Ranthambore National Park is located in north India where the Aravalli and Vindhya hill ranges meet in the district Sawai Madhopur of state Rajasthan which is about 130 Kms away from the Jaipur capital of the state. Sawai Madhopur is the Gateway to the Ranthambore Safari the city has several religious sculptures, aesthetically made cenotaphs, and man-made water bodies. Ranthambore is surrounded by Banas River of north and Chambal river of south (tributary of Yamuna River). Ranthambore is prominent place in India to see the mashup of Historical Heritage and wildlife thrill and it famous for tiger safari due to plentiful population and it is one of the most fascinating and unique place for wildlife photographers, nature enthusiasts and tourists.
Ranthambore national park was named on the Ranthambore Fortress which is located on the hill of Rann and Thanbor. Ranthambore was formerly the hunting reserve ground for the Maharajas of Jaipur Kingdom. Ancient Mansions, Ranthambore Fort, Jogi Mahal, are splendour of the Ranthambore rulers. Ranthambore National Park covers more than 400 sq kms including core and buffer zones, in this natural jungle habitat tourist can spot Royal Bengal Tiger, leopard, sloth bear, stripped hyena, chital, mugger, gray langurs, rhesus macaque, crocodile, many kinds of trees, plants, birds, reptiles. Many bird lovers ‘ornithologists’ come every year in Ranthambore Jungles to see abundant birdlife that lives in forest and migrates every year. Second world largest Banyan tree also lies in the Ranthambore Game Sanctuary. Ranthambore is perfect place to take a break away from the hustled city life and to get closer to reality of life.