If lions are called the king of the jungle, I am sure the tigers should be referred as the prince of the jungle. I have always had the fascinations for these big cats! The big mighty Royal Bengal tiger is my favourite animal in the Delhi zoo. So, when I got a chance to see the mighty creature up front and personal, I couldn’t refuse the opportunity. In Ranthambore, you have one of the largest forest sanctuaries of India by the name of Ranthambore National Park.
Tiger seen in Ranthambore National Park
Ranthambore is a well-known destination amongst the foreigners. It is situated in Rajasthan so apart from the national part, you could also the famous Ranthambore fort as well get to see and feel the tradition of Rajasthan.
The Rugged yet mystic scenery
The reason for the popularity of Ranthambore is because of the fact that it is also close to some of other beautiful tourist destinations, namely Jaipur, Bharatpur and Agra. It also gives extra pride to know that Terrainspotter team has covered all these!
The nearest airport from Ranthambore is Jaipur which is approx. 4 to 5 hrs. drive from Ranthambore. As I have mentioned earlier people usually prefer to club Ranthambore with Jaipur; so it should be a visit Jaipur along with Ranthambore.
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We chose the train journey, it was convenient. Ranthambore is well connected through all other part of the country through rail route. The nearest railway station is called Sawai Madhopur which is 10 mins from the Ranthambore hotel areas. Like any other famous torists destinations, do remember to book the tickets beforehand; else it would be difficult to get tickets.
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You can also go for a road trip. Ranthambore is conveniently connected through roads with all the major part of the country. The roads are in good shape, thus it should be a pleasure to drive in these roads.