Ranthambore National Park, located 130 km south of the Golden Triangle, is one of the biggest and most spectacular national parks in India. The park is one of the major attractions of this magnificent country, with tourists, photographers and wildlife lovers travelling far and wide to witness the wild tigers in their natural habitat.
Comprising of 1334 square kilometres of wild jungle, scattered with ancient temples, burial tombs, rocky ridges, crocodile infested lakes and the Ranthambore Fort, located in the heart of the majestic centre. The park, a former Maharajas hunting ground until 1970, comes complete with some of India’s most extravagant wildlife, including 300 species of birds and an abundance of free roaming mammals, including the wild royal bengal tiger, a frequent sight at the sanctuary. Leave time for a few safaris as each one will inevitably provide a unique experience with something spectacular on every drive. The Ranthambore National Park is a superb experience from start to finish, and one which must be included in your Indian itinerary.