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One of the biggest national parks in North India, Ranthambore National Park is particularly popular with travelers hoping to spot an elusive tiger in the wild. Although tigers are the main draw here, the reserve is home to other critters—including sambar deer, wild boars, sloth bears, striped hyenas, and hundreds of bird species—and a 10th-century fort.
Spanning an area of about 3,42,000 sq km, located in north-west India, Rajasthan is among the largest of the country’s states anda is remarkably rich in wildlife, its vast size and latitudinal variations (sea level to over 1,700 m) have provided it with varied vegetation- from the semi-evergreen forests of Mt Abu to the almost barren or dry scrub grasslands of the desert and from the dry.
The different species found in these forests include leopards, sambar, wild boars, hyenas, sloth bears and myriad species of birds and reptiles. A heritage site in the southern part of Rajasthan, the Ranthambore fort tells the story of ancient Maharajas and their valour. The fort is situated smack in the middle of the jungle and is a good place for spotting tigers and leopards, perched upon.
Satkar Dhaba on the Delhi-Jaipur Highway. Satkar Dhaba, Delhi Jaipur Highway. Our first stop on this road trip was Satkar Dhaba for breakfast on the Delhi Jaipur Highway. He made some real good parathas and chai. It was a good start to the trip. The City Palace, Jaipur. The City Palace Jaipur.
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Ranthambore National Park, one of the largest and most popular national parks in North India, is the perfect synonym for wildlife tourism in Rajasthan. The Park is known for the largest tiger populations in India. The sanctuary has the Chambal River to the south and the Banas River to the north bordering it. Another dominant characteristic of the Tiger Reserve is the Fort Ranthambore, dating.
Elephant, bear and other wild animals from the neighbouring wild life sanctuaries of Karnadaka and Tamil Nadu, stray into the Begur forest range and the forests around Muthanga, which is 20 kilometres away from the town of Sulthan Bathery. Karapuzha dam near menangadi-10km, Banasurasagar dam 20km from vythri. Today large game is found only in region that border with Karnataka and Tamil Nadu.