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.

Drones or Human: A Cry for Safeguarding the Wild

For years, humans have been climbing on elephants back and wandering inside the dense forest of wildlife sanctuaries checking on the animals. But today, things tend to take a simpler turn in saving our wildlife, thanks to the invention of drones....

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The Year 2017 for Ranthambore National Park

Be it for Machli, the most photographed tigress in the world or a man-eater tiger, Ustad, Ranthambhore has always been in news for one reason or the other. Like many years that have gone by, 2017 has also brought several good news making it event...

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Ranthambore’s Fiery T-13 Captured with a Cub on Camera

Photo: Representational Image Ranthambore National Park, which is the heart of Rajasthan was elated when the news of a baby tiger being spotted and captured on camera came up. What's more to the news is that the tiger cub was spotted with T 13...

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Remembering T-33, Another Star Living Up to the Legacy of Machali

In a territorial fight on Tuesday, Sep 20, T-33 aka Hamir lost his life after succumbing to severe injuries in his forefeet and neck. The adult tiger that was born to Husn Ara is said to have got into a brawl with another big cat in the Chiroli a...

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After the Battle for Domination, T-33 Dies Due to Severe Injuries in Ranthambore

Photo: Rest in Peace Tiger T-33 (Hamir) | Credit: Parav Sharma Tiger T-33 in the Ranthambore National Park lost his life post the battle of domination with another tiger in the Chiroli Range of the park. T-33 aka Hamir, who was the firstborn ...

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International Tigers’ Day 2017: Are We Doing Our Bit to Save Tigers?

Irony sometimes can really thrill us, we call the animals living in the forests or in the natural ambience ‘wild,’ well what are the odds, the word itself comes back as a boomerang, reflecting our own character prominently. 3890 Tigers Q...

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Oberoi’s Vanyavilas in Ranthambore, Voted as 16th Best in The List of Top 100 Hotels in the World

It turns into a wonderful trip when the theme of your hotel perfectly blends with the destination. The Oberoi Vanyavilas in Ranthambhore does just that. And with added world class service and comfort, it became the apple of the reader's’ eye, w...

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Indian Zoos Witness the Death of Over 20 Tigers Every Year

According to Times of India, a series of unfortunate events linger in the zoos of India threatening the country’s national animal, Tiger. As per the Association of Indian Zoo and Wildlife Veterinarians (AIZWV), ‘Over 20 tigers die in captive ...

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Zone 1 to 5 to Close During the Monsoon in Ranthambore, Rest 5 Zones will Remain Open for Tourists

After facing objections from National Tiger Conservation Authority (NTCA) and other wildlife conservationists, the Forest Department announced of keeping Zones 1 to 5 closed during the monsoon season. Whereas, Zones 6 to 10 will be kept open for ...

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Tigress T-19, Krishna Spotted with 4 Cubs: Joy in the Air of Ranthambore National Park

In Zone 4 of the Ranthambore Tiger Reserve, four tiger cubs were spotted with their mother T-19 aka Krishna. The joyous news came from the tourists who first sighted the tiger and her litters in the Lakda Area during their early morning safari in...

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