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Ranthambore National Park

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Spread over a vast expanse of 1,334 sq km, the Ranthambore National Park in Rajasthan is also a Tiger Reserve. There are quite a few abandoned fortresses and lakes in the perimeter as well. It is tricky to see a tiger and at times you need more than one safari to spot some, however, there is a lot of other wildlife to see including hundreds of species of birds, Sambar, Chital, Sloth Bear, and Jackals. Do check out the Ranthambore Fort in the centre of the National park, which was seemingly built in the 10th century and shop at the Dastkar Craft Centre. Visit the Surwal Lake to spot a wide range of resident and migratory birds, while the Trinetra Ganesh Temple, which has an interesting legend attached to it. Overall, Ranthambore National Park is one of your best bets to spot the magnificent tigers.
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TraveLibro India Ranthambore National Park Featured City Jeep Safari

Jeep Safari

Ranthambore National Park boasts of dense forests, perennial shallow lakes, rolling hills, canals, waterfalls, and more. It is also home to approximately 300 species of plants and birds. The best way to explore this vast expanse is by Jeep (open topped 4WD) or Canter (open top bus) safari in the company of a naturalist. Divided into 10 safari zones, two safaris are conducted from October to June—one in the morning and second, at late afternoon. Sight the mighty moody tiger and other wildlife such as the leopard, Sambar deer, Carcal, Indian Gazelle, Palm Civet, Blue Bull (Nilgai), spotted deer, Langur, Sloth Bear, and many more.

Image Courtesy: www.volunteeringwithindia
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TraveLibro India Ranthambore National Park Featured City The Oberoi Vanyavilas

The Oberoi Vanyavilas

The Oberoi Vanyavilas is a leading jungle resort spread across an area of 20 acres, which is surrounded by hills and lush natural landscape. This elegant resort is located 10 minutes away from the Ranthambore National Park featuring amenities such as the spa, outdoor pool, fitness centre, exquisite dining options, and more. Stay in a luxury tent that is swanked with contemporary interiors and modern amenities, making it a perfect combination of luxury cradled in the lap of nature. Embark on a jungle safari and retire to a dinner under the stars or sip on a drink and lose yourself to the amazing views of the jungle from the observation tower.

Image Courtesy: www.oberoihotels.com
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TraveLibro India Ranthambore National Park Featured City Nahargarh Ranthambhore

Nahargarh Ranthambhore

Lying on the foothills of the Aravalli Range, Nahargarh is built in typical Rajput style hunting palace, adorned with a Mughal garden. This royal abode is now a luxury heritage property, set amidst lush nature and surrounded by a 16th century fortress. With 80 luxurious rooms featuring modern amenities, it is well complemented with a tranquil nature surrounding the resort. Nahargarh is an attraction in itself, owing to its splendid style of architecture. Best way to spend an evening here is by savouring local cuisine while enjoying a folk performance. Enjoy the nature’s play from private terraces of this charming resort.

Image Courtesy: nahargarh.com
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TraveLibro India Ranthambore National Park Featured City Rathambore Fort

Rathambore Fort

Visit the Ranthambore Fort, built around the 10th century, which is also accredited as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Ranthambore National Park receives its name from this very fort and it in turn is named after the two adjoining hills—Rann and Thambore. Inside this ancient complex, the main sites of interest are the Hammir’s Court, Badal Mahal, Dhula Mahal, Phansi Ghar along with temples, cenotaphs, and more. The Ganesh Temple here is regarded highly and is flocked regularly by rural pilgrims. The strategic positioning of the fort offers panoramic views over the park and you will be able to sight numerous birds and rich fauna.

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TraveLibro India Ranthambore National Park Featured City Surwal Lake

Surwal Lake

Surwal Lake is a nature lover’s paradise and also the best place to sight resident and migratory birds. This pristine lake is located around 25 km from Ranthambore National Park and is flocked by visitors between the months of November – March. This seasonal lake serves as a nest to many species of birds such as Pelicans, Bar Headed Flamingos, Spoonbills, Sarus Cranes, Painted Storks, Demoiselle Cranes and Graylag geese. Experience the serenity of the Surwal Lake and watch the spectacular sunrise amidst the beautiful setting of farms and grasslands.

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TraveLibro India Ranthambore National Park Featured City Trinetra Ganesh Temple

Trinetra Ganesh Temple

Take a trip to the oldest and sacred Trinetra Ganesh Temple, located around 12 km away from Sawai Madhopur. This renowned temple is the only one in the world to have the whole family of the deity housed under one roof. According to legend, in 1299 AD a war took place between King Hameer and Ala-ud-din Khilji. The war was a lengthy one and the food supplies had nearly exhausted. King Hameer, a devotee of Lord Ganesha dreamt of him and the Lord guaranteed the king that the war would end by daybreak. Next day the war ended miraculously and the symbol of Trinetra was found engraved on the walls of the fort.

Image Courtesy: templeatindia.blogspot
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