Located at the junction of Vindhya and Aravali range, Ranthambore National Park is one of the biggest and most renowned national parks in northern India. Once a famous hunting ground for kings of Jaipur, the national park now attracts a large number of wildlife lovers from all parts of the world.
The park is known for its tigers who are easily seen even during the daytime. The park is dotted by many historical structures that speak the glorious past of Ranthambore. The famous Ranthambore Fort is situated atop a hill and towers over the park.
There are a number of nearby attractions including lakes like Surwal lake, Malik talao, Rajbagh talao and historical places like Jogi Mahal, Ganesha temple, Jain temple and the ruins of Raj Bagh.
Country - India
Visa Requirements - Visa is required
Languages Spoken - Hindi & English
Currency Used - Indian Rupee (INR)
Area (km2) - 400