The popular national park Ranthambore National Park lies in Sawai Madhopur district of Rajasthan, India. It has an area of 1,334 sq. km and is surrounded by the Banas River and to the south by the Chambal River. The national park gets its name from the historic Ranthambore Fort within the park.
The park is popular for its thriving population of Bengal Tigers. Ranthambore Fort, Jungle Safari, and Tiger Reserve are the main attractions here. An amazing landscape, balanced ecosystem, well-preserved wildlife, and diverse flora attract every visitor. The park consists of 539 species of flowering plants. Here is also one of the largest lakes Padam Talo which has a red sandstone Jogi Mahal at the lake’s edge. Besides nature, there is cultural attraction too. Inside the Ranthambore Fort, there are temples constructed in the 12th and 13th centuries.
Ranthambore Tiger Reserve
Aravali Range (inside the park)
Wildlife (Bengal Tiger, Indian Leopard, Caracal, Jungle Cat, Blackbuck, Sambar, etc.)