Ranthambore National Park

Monsoon Break for Ranthambore National Park

Posted on Wed, 02 Jul 2014 10:46:14 by Tanmay Sharma

Ranthambore Park.

Ranthambore National Park is going on a Break! With the arrival of monsoon season the national park has closed down for next 3 months i.e July to September. It is to be noted that this is a partial close down as Zone 6 to Zone 10 are likely to stay open even in the monsoon period.




Where on one hand wildlife enthusiasts will give a miss to the opportunity of spotting tigers like Machhli (T-16), Krishna (T-19) and Sultan (T-72), on the other hand they have bright chances to sight other star attractions of Ranthambore National Park like Ustad (T-24) and Fateh (T-42). Let us all wish a happy and safe monsoon to our Ranthambore Family until we get to visit it again from October 1.


About Tanmay Sharma

From the beautiful state of Uttarakhand, Tanmay Sharma is a wildlife enthusiast. Tanmay takes great delight in exploring national parks and wildlife sanctuaries all across India. His fervour for the wild has taken him on many adventures in Northern India; he further aims at making it large by promoting conservation of the forests and wildlife. Besides travelling and exploring, Tanmay takes time off to write blogs and articles on travel and natural world. He also enjoys photography to core and indeed have a fine collection of the same.