Ranthambore is a well-known tourist destination in Rajasthan, which is mainly popular for its Tiger Reserve and an ancient fort. The splendid Ranthambore Fort was built during 944 B.C, and is an epitome of the bravery and past glory associated with the Rajput warriors. A Ranthambore trip would be a thrilling experience to the visitors, who want to take a break from the monotonous life. The Ranthambore National Park spreads across a wide area. Earlier, this reserve used to be the hunting grounds of the royal Maharajas of Jaipur. It is one of the best tiger reserves of the country that is visited by a large number of wildlife enthusiasts from all over the world.
During Ranthambore National Park safari, visitors get an opportunity to watch different wild animals in their natural habitat. In the park, one can spot animals such as tiger, leopard, sambhar deer, jackal, chital, nilgai, sloth bear, Indian wild boar and chinkara. Different types of permanent and migratory birds can also be seen near the water bodies situated inside the reserve.
Tourists can also visit several other popular tourist spots such as Bakula, Kachida Valley, and Lakarda & Anantpura during their Ranthambore tour. Bakula is a dense forest in the park with abundance of wildlife while Kachida valley is home for number of panthers and beers. Lakarda & Anantpura is a noted destination for sloth beers and other wild animals. The park is home for 272 varieties of birds and other types of reptiles and amphibians. The Ranthambore trip seems incomplete without a stay at Jogi Mahal. It is located near the reserve and provides excellent hospitality to the visitors during their stay.