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Ranthambhore National Park

 Ranthambhore national parkRanthambore National Park is located amidst dense deciduous forests in Rajasthan. It is home to the world's largest collection of native Indian animals. Indian Tiger is the star attraction of Ranthambore. Other residents include marsh crocodiles, hyenas, other jungle cats, sloth bears, and over 250 bird species.

Ranthambore is bounded by the Banas River and Chambal River along its two borders. An area of 392 square km is filled with lakes, forests, and rocky hills that are fit for its wild inhabitants. The park is open from October through June and is closed during the monsoon months. A safari here is apt for thrill seekers.

A guided safari is the best way to explore the park. There are several family travel activities available that include sightseeing visits to Ranthambore Fort and any of the six lakes inside the park. These lakes are also excellent spots for animal sightings and bird watching. Ranthambore is family-friendly. The ancient ruins of Ranthambore Fort are a great photo opportunity, apart from the animals of course.

Early morning or evening is the best time to explore the Ranthambore National Park. There are four main crisscrossing paths in the park. The open-air jeeps used in safaris are considered safe and the driver acts as guide and guardian. The animals are used to human presence and carry on with their activities.

Ranthambore is connected to Jaipur and Kota by air and by rail with trains coming to Ranthambore every eight hours. By road, Ranthambore is 480 km from Delhi and 180 km from Jaipur. Timings for entry into, and exit from, the park vary according to the season.

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