Ranthambore National Park

The most prominent national park in Rajasthan was a hunting ground for maharajas in the past. This park is most famous for its tigers and the Ranthambore Fort inside the park, which was supposedly the place to relax for the maharajas in this area. Declared as the World Heritage Site by the UNESCO, this park is adorned with several rare species of leopards, sloth bears, nilgais, and sambars. 

 

Location: Sawai Madhopur

Known for: Tigers and Ranthambore Fort

How to reach: Take any of the local transports or hire a taxi from Sawai Madhopur. 

Cost: It will cost you INR 400-500 approximately. 

Operating hours: 9 am to 5 pm

Any precautions/ must carry items etc.: Wear comfortable shoes.

Type: Animal Sanctuary.

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