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Ranthambore- The Land That Houses Majestic Predators
Ranthambore is highly popular for the National Park and the area is popularly known as Ranthambore National Park. It is located near the town of Sawai Madhopur in Rajasthan.
Ranthambore National Park
One of the most popular and largest national parks in the northern part of the country, the Ranthambore National Park is home to the majestic predators. Today, the park has become synonymous to the wildlife tourism in north. The park is sprawled across an area of 392 sq. km and is known for the biggest population of tigers in India. This tiger friendly land also houses a diverse range of rare and unique wildlife species. It is home to several other animals like leopards, marsh crocodiles, deer, and a large variety of birds, flora, and fauna. The forest is mystic and a safari in the midst of it can be adventurous to the core. The area is beautiful and one of the largest forest reserves in the country. It was considered to the hunting grounds for the Maharajas. It is very easy to spot the tigers even during the day time and the local guide gives complete information about the area.
The place is about 180 km from Jaipur and is well-connected through different modes of transportation. The nearest airport is Sanganer Airport in Jaipur. Tourists can also reach here through train that arrives at Sawai Madhopur Railway Station which is just 10 km away from the park.
Aura Voyages arranges a trip to this place through luxury cars and cabs for your smooth arrival. Ranthambore is well-connected to the major cities and towns of Rajasthan.
It lies within the Ranthambore National Park. It is a huge Fort extended over few km and popular for the remains too. It was held by the Chahamanas until the 13th century and then came under the rule of Delhi Sultanate. It has been declared as the UNESCO World Heritage Site.
The temple is located within the Ranthambore National Park and an abode for the Lord along with entire family. The temple can be accessed after climbing 300 odd steps and it a site to visit. The serene and mystic environs of the temple can be awe-inspiring.