Ranthambore National Park - The Home of the Tigers

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Ranthambore National Park, located in Rajasthan is among the best wildlife sanctuaries in India. It is also known as Corbett national park. Ranthambore National Park comprises of Thar Desert and Badhwar Thalai Tiger Reserve. Along with that it also includes the Ranthambore National Park and Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary.

Ranthambore National Park comprises of Thar Desert and Badhwar Thalai Tiger Reserve. It is also referred to as Corbett national park. Ranthambore National Park was initially a hunting ground for tigers and leopards. Now, it's famed for the rich flora and fauna and is among the top destinations for wildlife tourism in India.

There are many wildlife sanctuaries in India, which offer amazing wildlife experience. Ranthambore refuge provides a wonderful opportunity to view unique varieties of wildlife, such as tiger safari, jungle safari, birding safari, etc.. Ranthambore sanctuary is located in Alwar district, Rajasthan state, India. This is only one of the most sought after destinations such as jungle safaris in India, besides Ranthambore national park.

Ranthambore national park and its own locales are a home to different species of animals and birds. It's among the finest destination for wildlife tourism in India. It offers several options for vacationers, like jungle safari, hiking safari, Jeep safari, fishing etc.. Ranthambore sanctuary is home to various endangered species of birds and animals. It's possible to see deer, monkeys, buffaloes, elephants, wild pigs, birds and many other species of animals at Ranthambore refuge.

Ranthambore isn't simply a paradise for wildlife but also an appeal for travelers and holiday makers. The park includes some of the best wildlife hotels and resorts. You can book your room at Ranthambore national park in this gorgeous state of India and avail the benefits of all the facilities at a sensible price. Many tourists come to Ranthambore to explore the rich flora and fauna of the region and also have fun with all the natives. Thus, make this excursion to the world's largest national park and get ready to enjoy the wildlife tourism in Ranthambore.



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