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.
Ranthambore National Park gives wildlife enthusiasts another reason to visit it. The national park is blessed with four new cubs thus increasing the numbers of wild cats in the park to 58. The proud mother Tigress T19 alias Krishna was recently s...read more
Everybody remembers the famous Jungle Book, where the shrewd Sher Khan always lurked around to kill Mowgli and become the King of the Jungle. Indeed, the television version of the book was a huge hit and so was the character of the ‘Bad Guy’ Sher...read more
The Rajiv Gandhi Regional Museum of Natural History, which had been inaugurated by Finance Minister Mr. Namo Narayan Meena on March 1, 2014 at 3.00 PM in Ramsinghpura, Sawai Madhopur adds yet another feather in the cap of historically rich Rajast...read more
From a mere wooded jungle to one of the famous wildlife sanctuaries in India, Ranthambore National Park gives wildlife lovers multiple reasons to visit it again and again. Whether it is its history, geography or its rich flora and fauna species, th...read more
“Machli” what a strange name for a tiger I thought, when our nature guide Satendra Singh spoke about this fascinating tigress in the jeep headed out for zone 5 in Ranthambore National Park. He narrated to us with pride the story of how Machli...read more