Ranthambore National Park

Ranthambore National Park Blog

Celebrated as one of the largest Tiger Reserves in India, Ranthambore National Park is situated in the heart of Rajasthan. Approximately at a distance of 14kms from Sawai Madhopur, Ranthambore sprawls in a majestic 392 square kms of the area. The park is neatly laid at the junction of the Aravalis and the Vindhayan Range, which generously nurture the area with diverse topography and wildlife. Dry deciduous forest, open grassy lands and several lakes and rivers, make Ranthambore picturesque along with adventurous.

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Rise in Tiger Migration to Kuno from Ranthambore

A recent study has revealed that around 11 tigers have migrated from Ranthambore Tiger Reserve & National Park to Kuno in Madhya Pradesh since 2010. This research has also proved that there exists a natural corridor between the two parks that h...

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Help Tigers Roar More This International Tiger Day

Since it is International Tiger Day today, I do not wish to start this write up with the dire tiger census that eventually will make this blog a gloomy one (Yes we will discuss tiger census later!).  It is a day that we celebrate the entity of an ...

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Ranthambore: Only Indian Wildlife Destination in ‘World’s Top 10 Best Places For Wildlife’

In an effort to determine world’s best place for wildlife, USA TODAY and 10Best joined hands with known wildlife travel experts from Natural Habitat Adventures. Readers of USA TODAY and 10Best voted for the wildlife destination they think was bes...

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Tiger Goes Missing in Ranthambore National Park

The tiger inhabiting in Kalapani area in Ranthambore National Park went missing on January 18, 2015. T-24 or Ustad, who is infamous for attacking human beings frequently, cannot be traced by forest officials since Sunday. T-24 AKA Ustad, a mal...

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The Royal Meet: Saif and Kareena Spotted Tigers in Ranthambore

Actor Saif Ali Khan and Kareena Kapoor visited Ranthambore National Park, Sawai Madhopur on Sunday December 7, 2014. According to reports the royal couple spotted tigress T-19 and T-28 in the park. As per the reports, the entire royal family inc...

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Losing an eye in a fight, Machli shifts herself to Ranthambore outskirts

Raising concerns among wildlife fraternity, Machli – the most photographed tigress in the world and the oldest one in Ranthambore – may have lost her eye in a yet-to-be-confirmed fight with another tiger.  Getting weaker and weaker with each pas...

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The Trinetra Ganesha Temple- Places to Visit in Ranthambore

When we say “Pratham Ganesha” in Hindu religion, it is believed to be the Trinetra Ganesha of Ranthambhore. Located in Ranthambore fort of Rajasthan state of India, The Trinetra Ganesha Temple is the famous and oldest temple of Lord Ganesha i...

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Unexpected Visit by Machali Left the Hotel Awestruck

Seems like the famous tigress Machali (T-16) needed a break. She was spotted in a hotel in the Amaghati forest area situated in Ranthambore National Park. According to reports on Monday August 25, the 19 years old Machali barged 30m inside the pr...

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Get Ready to Relish The Extended Weekend as Ranthambore Re-Opens on Oct 1

After the three months’ break, Ranthambore National Park will open on October 1. Apparently, the park is closed and is enjoying its monsoon break that begins from July and ends in September each year. However, Zone 6 to Zone 10 remains open in ...

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International (Global ) Tiger Day

First of all a loud ROARRR for the celebrations of International Tiger Day! Ok, let me start by introducing myself, I am Prince the Tiger from the lovely woods of Ranthambore National Park, Rajasthan. AND no this name has not been given to me ...

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