Tucked between the rugged Aravalli and Vindhya hills, the Ranthambhore National Park boasts a spectacular landscape filled with boulder-strewn highland plateaus, lakes and rivers – dotted with old forts and abandoned mosques – creating a wonderful atmosphere for both bird and mammal viewing.
Ranthambore is perhaps most famous for being one of the original ‘Project Tiger’ reserves and it still affords one of the best opportunities anywhere in India of seeing a tiger. At the centre of the park lie the ruins of the 10th to 16th century Ranthambhore Fort, which dominates the leafy forests from its perch atop a dramatic rocky outcrop.
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by Claire Trickett5th August 2016
Golden Triangle and Magnificent Indian Wildlife
Enjoy the Golden Triangle and set off on a tiger safari
Why visit Ranthambore National Park?
Embark on an unforgettable tiger safari in the Ranthambore National Park, which is also home to the ancient ruins of the Ranthambore Fort. One of India’s most popular nature reserves, …