Nestled amidst the Aravalli Hills of Rajasthan, the Ranthambore National Park is considered to be one of the largest and most diverse wildlife hotspots in the country. A day in Ranthambore can easily be spent by engaging in a number of activities - wildlife safaris, camel rides, nature trails, and bird watching tours to name a few. Ranthambore is also home to the Ranthambore Fort which is a World Heritage Site under Hill Forts of Rajasthan by UNESCO. The Black Buck Sanctuary in Devpura, and the Chambal river - known for its extensive population of freshwater Gangetic dolphins and Gharials, an endangered fish-eating crocodile, are also important tourist places near Ranthambore.
The Ranthambore National Park is known for Bengal tigers, and an exotic variety of fauna, that includes the Indian leopard, nilgai, wild boar, sambar, striped hyena, and sloth bear. Sight these and much more when you undertake a jeep and wildlife safari in Ranthambore.
The Ranthambore National Park is home to more than 272 exotic varieties of avifauna. This includes graylag goose, woodpeckers, Indian grey hornbills, common kingfishers, and bee-eaters. Spot a variety of birds with special bird-watching tours at Ranthambore.
Ranthambore Fort is listed as a World Heritage Site under Hill Forts of Rajasthan by UNESCO. Nestled within the Ranthambore National Park, this fort was built in the reign of Sap Daksha, in 944 CE. Inside the fort, there are three Hindu temples which date back to the 12th and 13th centuries.