One of India's biggest wildlife reserves, the Ranthambore National Park will leave adventure lovers amazed. Formerly a hunting ground of Rajasthani maharajas, the Ranthambore National Park was taken under government control to protect and showcase Indian wildlife.
Extending over 392 kilometers of forests, the Ranthambore tour includes a journey into the wilderness. The park is closed from 1st July to 30th September every year due to heavy monsoons in the region.
Travel to Ranthambore means you get to see the majestic Royal Bengal Tiger. In fact, the Ranthambore National Park is part of the Project Tiger initiated by the government to protect these tigers.