Teeming with wildlife and a rich history, Ranthambore National Park is a nature enthusiast's dream. Situated between the Aravalli and Vindhya ranges, Ranthambore National Park is one of the best, and most beautiful, places in the world to encounter wild Royal Bengal Tigers hiding among the dense, green forests. Ranthambore National Park was named after Ranthambore Fort, a UNESCO World Heritage Site nestled deep inside the park, atop a 700 ft hill. The panoramic views of the national park from here make this a worthy visit – and while there are no longer any people living in the fort, you may run
into some wild animals that call this place home. Start your day bright and early with a safari to see some of India’s most exotic creatures, that will leave animal, bird and photography lovers hypnotised. Watch as tigers, leopards and more come out of hiding and begin their day. The park is home to a huge variety of bird species, with over 300 colourful species flying through its skies. Settle in for the evening in Ranthambore National Park and enjoy views of lush forests and grasslands - and keep an eye out for any tigers that might be roaming nearby...

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