“There are many great voices, not all are human.” and the roars of Ranthambore are sheer music to its patrons.
Ranthmabore National Park is the perfect synonym for wildlife tourism in Rajasthan. Located in Sawai Madhopur, the
park is best described as the perfect wildlife reserve in India that proudly preserves the most recognised tigers, which
are known for the notable marks on their body and identified through their ruling territory.
This forest is mystical and enchanting to all wildlife lovers. And here we have our top 7 reasons to visit this magical place:
1. The Park itself: As the morning sunlight glistens on the dry grasslands Ranthambore unfolds it’s beauty – animals,
birds, plants species all beckon you into their world. It satiates every wildlife enthusiasts craving including photographers
or wilderness maniacs.
2. It leaves a mark: The pug marks can leave an imprint forever. Roam in the forest, follow the trails of the elusive cat
and experience the thrill to know that one is close by!
3. Spotting the royalty: Many people take safaris and are not lucky to spot the majesty. But a reserve that boasts of
more tigers than anywhere else in India, marvel at the sight of spotting one and see euphoria run though your soul.
4. The locals: Ranthambore welcomes you with a warm smile. The locals are so very courteous, who give you a
glimpse into the forest life and their culture.
5. Monuments: Ranthambore is gifted with many more jewels apart from the tiger. One can visit the rustic fort,
which is a testimony of the gallant Rajputs who lived there. It is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
6. Food Trail: Enjoy a traditional Rajasthani meal and savour the native delicacies served with much love. Food here is as gorgeous as the reserve.
7. Landscape: Be it the vast expanse of the reserve from the fort, the smoldering sunset or the magical wilderness, Ranthambore calms the eyes with some breathtaking views.
The forest life is full of surprises. Visit Ranthambore and get a chance to soak in the serenity of the jungle and leave all your worries behind.
We can sum up the experience in Ranthambore in the words of Nancy Newhall “The wilderness holds answers to more questions than we have yet learned to ask.”