Fascinating Ranthambore

Posted on Jan 22, 2024 in India Discovery,Student Speak


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Ranthambore is one of the biggest habitats of nature’s most ferocious predator. There are wildlife reserves all over the world where wildlife lovers can see majestic and ferocious tigers throughout the year. One such national park to visit in India is the Ranthambore National Park, with an area of 1334 sq. km. The park is popular for its Royal Bengal Tigers. In India, there are many wildlife reserves, but Ranthambore’s exotic settings make it stand out as the best because the destination is even more fascinating with dry barren lands, gravel roads, historical forts, and a colourful atmosphere.

The major highlight of the park is the wildlife safari where tourists get an opportunity to see and photograph the wilderness in a journey through the forest devoted to the wild. In contrast to most national parks in India, Ranthambore offers a unique ecosystem and a wealth of biodiversity. Ranthambore is also cited as a heritage site because of the descriptive ruins of the fort within the park. Ranthambore is also an Ideal site for bird watching, looking around and discovering some of India’s beguiling birds if you like some activities. The bounded habitat comprises around 272 species so far, along with various exotic species, including flycatchers, grey hornbills, and nightjars.

Ranthambore captivates with its enchanting beauty, majestic landscapes, and rich wildlife. The mesmerising blend of historical allure, exemplified by the ancient Ranthambore fort and the thriving biodiversity within the national park, makes it a destination of unparalleled beauty and significance. Ranthambore creates an experience that is seamlessly intertwined with history and nature.

Writen By Arahan Yadav & Raghav Gupta (Mahavir Senior Model School-Ashok Vihar-New Delhi).


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