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Ranthambore tours

Explore Ranthambore

Trip to the ravishing Ranthambore!

The biggest highlight of Ranthambore is the Ranthambore National Park, which is a national park that offers a whole lot more than just sambhars, leopards, jackals and more. Here is what all you can do, in this city. 

Ranthambore National Park - A den for West India’s stripped beauty, the national park is one of the chief sanctuaries involved in the protection of the royal specie. Beset around the arid vegetation of the aravalis, the National Park and its flora fauna are diverse and intriguing. From jackals to hyenas, from leopards to deers, the place is a nature lover's delight. The winter months from November to February are an ideal time to visit the land.

Ranthambore Fort: Constructed over a millenia ago in 944 AD, the Ranthambore Fort is perched atop a non descript Aravali hillock. Although one of the oldest in India, the fort retains the enamore and the spellbounding craftsmanship of yesteryears and is reminiscent of the both mughal history as well as that of the royal family of the Maharaja of Jaipur, to whom the fort was gifted by the Mughals towards the tail end of the 17th century.

Wait there is more. Apart from these, other neighbouring areas that can be explored are the scintillating Surwal Lake, the breathtaking Kachida valley and the royal ruins of Rajbagh.

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