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    • Ranthambhore National Park
Ranthambore National Park MapRanthambore is among the plenty of famous destinations of Rajasthan. A visit to Ranthambore usually takes to the tiger reserve here. However, the place has much more to offer besides this by way of sightseeing and excursions. Surrounded by the Vindhya and Aravali hill ranges and close to the outer reaches of the Thar Desert, Ranthambore offers the best of desert land and the plains near the hills. Before it was declared as a game sanctuary in 1955, Ranthambore was the hunting ground of the Maharaja of Jaipur. In 1980, it became a national park and was listed among the reserves include under Project Tiger. Ranthambore is thought about to be of the best places in the world to photograph tigers in their natural habitat.

Ranthambore Facts

• Area 1,334 sq. km (gross area)
• Altitude 500 m above sea level
• Languages Hindi, Rajasthani, English
• Best Time to Visit October- February
• STD Code 07462

Tourist Attractions in Ranthambore

There are plenty of fascinating sites in Ranthambore. The park is regarded to be the most suitable place in the world for wildlife photography, of tigers. Besides the Ranthambore Park, there is the Ranthambore Fort which is of its kind in Rajasthan; the Jogi Mahal which is a wonderful forest guesthouse; and various species of flora and fauna which are worth a glance. In Ranthambore also get the taste of local customs and traditions of this region. A Jeep safari followed by dinner consisting of traditional local delicacies is an experience which ought to not be missed.
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