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Posted by Amit Singh on March 02, 2023


Ranthambore National Park is one of the most popular wildlife destinations in India, known for its population of Royal Bengal Tigers. The park is situated in Rajasthan and covers an area of over 1,334 square kilometers. I recently had the opportunity to go on a Delhi to Ranthambore Tour and it was an incredible experience. Here are some highlights from my trip:

Jungle Safaris

Jungle Safari - Wild Kasarwadi

One of the best ways to explore the park is by going on a jungle safari. We went on both morning and evening safaris, and it was truly amazing to see the animals in their natural habitat. We were lucky enough to spot a tigress with her cubs, as well as other animals like sambar deer, spotted deer, and langurs.

Ranthambore Fort

Ranthambore Fort Rajasthan - Fort History, Timings, Photos & Attractions

The Ranthambore Fort is located inside the national park and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. We hiked up to the fort and were rewarded with breathtaking views of the park and surrounding areas. The fort is also home to several temples and palaces that provide a glimpse into the rich history and culture of the region.

Local Village Visit

A Compleate Adventure in Ranthambhore

During our tour, we also visited a nearby village to learn more about the local way of life. We got to interact with the villagers, watch artisans at work, and taste some of the local cuisine. It was a great opportunity to get a more authentic experience of Rajasthan beyond the wildlife.


Khem Villas: Escape Responsibly In the Lap of Nature - Outlook Traveller

We stayed in a beautiful resort that was located just outside the national park. The rooms were comfortable and had all the modern amenities we needed. The resort also had a great restaurant that served delicious local and international cuisine.

Overall, the Ranthambore Wildlife Tour was a fantastic experience that allowed us to connect with nature and learn more about the rich cultural heritage of Rajasthan. If you're a nature lover or wildlife enthusiast, I highly recommend adding Ranthambore to your travel bucket list.

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