"The Tame Is Timid. The Wild Is Bold. "
Ranthambore National Park India is one of the biggest national park located in Rajasthan. It is considered as one of the main protected reserves for endangered species especially for tigers. It is located at kilometres from Rajasthan and comprises of grass lands, lake and hilly terrains.
Ranthambore National Park is having a unique combination of dry tropical forests , grassy meadows, rocky terrains and water lake. Different types of flowering plants also decorate the essence of Ranthambore National Park.
The Park is providing a protected natural environment to all types of wildlife. The different species ranges from Bengal tigers, sloth bears , leopard , Nilgai , wild boar to 300 different bird species highlighted by variety of plants .
One gets to have a memorable experience because Ranthambore National Park is not just limited to tigers, it has 2 beautiful pious temples located just on the national park periphery and mesmering lake Padam Talao Ganesh Mandir Temple is one of the major highlight and usually witness many devotees on some specific days.
More About Ranthambore National Park:
Ranthambore National Park was used as a hunting ground by royal class of Rajasthan specially Royals of Jaipur. This national park is primarily located near the town of Sawai Madhopur in Rajasthan.
The Ranthambore National Park is popularly known for tigers. The statistics prove that in Ranthambore National Park the numbers of tigers is increasing day by day. The major credit for such healthy growth was given to a specific tigress known as " Machali" . This tigress is considered to be a blessing and is also respected by various other glorious names like celebrated tigress, Queen mother of tigers, Tigress queen of Ranthambore National Park, lady of lakes and crocodile killer. Such names are a proof that this tigress is definitely the heroine of this Ranthambore National Park India.
Ranthambore National Park also known as Ranthambore Tiger Reserve is sprawling over a plateau and provies for right environment for wildlife to survive. Just on the backdrop one will witness the 10th Century built Ranthambore Fort. This fort is a historical monument and a must to be seen location while visiting Ranthambore National Park India.