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Ranthambore National Park lies in the southeastern part of Rajasthan state in the district of Sawai Madhopur. It is a national park of global fame, as one can get to see the tigers in their most natural and wild form here. In order to reach Ranthambore National Park from Jaipur, tourists are required to undertake a journey of roughly 130 Km. The Park is known for its natural surroundings that have the power to calm down the visitor’s mind and soul. The national park earlier served as a hunting place for the Maharajas of the city of Jaipur.
The charm of the park’s ambience is enhanced with the presence of ponds, lakes, ravines, hilly terrains and rocks spread all across the park. If you are a first time visitor, then it is advisable to seek help from Ranthambore travel guides to get the best glimpses of this place. The name of the national park has been derived from massive Ranthambore fort. The fort is rested on two hills named Ran and Thambore. The park is housed in the midst of the Aravalli and the best way to undertake the journey through the park is via safari. Jeeps and trucks are the two available options for exploring the diversity, in terms of both flora and fauna, present in the heart of Ranthambore National Park.
Fauna includes Bear, Crocodile, Cheetal Deer, Sambar, Wild Boar, Mongoose, Royal Bengal Tiger and Leopard. Other two renowned attractions of Ranthambore are the handicraft shops and the famous wildlife painting school.