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Ranthambore, a small city in Rajasthan brims with natural and man-made wonders. The city is known for its exquisite forts, palaces, and the celebrated tiger reserves that makes thousands of tourist flock to this place every year. Though, the city has many enthralling sight-seeing marvels in its vicinity, Tigers of Ranthambore are the real heroes of the city. Witnessing these dangerous wild animals at a short distance in their natural wild environment during jungle safari is indeed an unforgettable wildlife experience you will cherish your entire life. Due to the implementation of several environmental policies, the number of tigers in the national park has substantially increased over the course of time. In fact, some of the tigers have been relocated to the nearby reserves like Sariska Tiger Reserve. The diverse terrain of Ranthambore National Park encapsulates numerous lakes, and rich reserve of bird species. Through our exclusive Ranthambore tour packages, we take you to all those undiscovered places that are seldom visited by people. The national park harbours more than 270 varieties of birds, with most birds being migratory. While Peacocks are found in abundance, the Great Indian Owl, Partridge, Parakeet, Spoonbill, Common Kingfisher and scores of other birds offer an engaging time for those who are avid birdwatchers. Also, it is believed that this park has India’s oldest Banyan trees that dates back to ancient times. Other species of trees that are found in the forest are Imli, Babul, Khajur, Neem, Nerale (Jamun), Kadam and many more. Look out for the beautiful flowers of the Dhak trees, whose unseasonal bloom in the arid conditions is seemingly fascinating, famously known as the ‘Flame of the Forest’. We at BestWay2India provide you a fantastic travel package to Ranthambore National park where time spent on watching tigers roaming around, verdant greenery, a gamut of other species of birds and animals is invaluable and worth value to be explored at least once in a life.
Ranthambore tour packages
Sawai Madhopur is a small town which is a gateway to the national park with a thriving biodiversity set admits ancient religious structures, several man-made lakes and aesthetically-crumbling cenotaphs. You are bound to be enthralled to watch the royal Indian tiger roam about in its natural habitat—In the wild! Alternating between dry deciduous forests and swathes of grasslands, the Ranthambore National Park is recognized as one of the best places in the country to spot tigers. Today, Ranthambore National Park has become a popular tourist destination in the world for jungle safaris. Get hold on our exclusive Ranthambore tour pacakges and if possible, plan a visit during the peak tourist season, which is from October to April. Built in the 10th century, the Ranthambore Fort stands tall over the entire National Park. It was built by the Chauhan Dynasty and now the Fort is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Inside the fort are located the majestic temple of Lord Ganesha, and majestic Trinetra Ganesh Temple. Visiting Ranthambore is like booking a date with nature and art. Embark on a soul-stirring journey with our exclusive packages from Bestway2India.
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