Our Visit to Ranthambore

Posted on Feb 08, 2024 in India Discovery,Student Speak


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Our trip to Ranthambore was the best trip of our lives. In this blog, we will share the must-visit places in this remarkable destination.

The first place we visited was Ranthambore Fort. We understood the history of the fort from our tour guide. Following that, we visited Ranthambore National Park. A jungle safari into the national park offered a firsthand encounter with the diverse species of flora, fauna and avifauna present here. Spread across an area of about 1411.28 square kilometers, the national park is home to thirty-eight species of mammals, more than three hundred species of birds and eleven reptiles. Ranthambore is rightfully hailed as the tiger’s own country, as the national park boasts more than ninety tigers presently.

We also explored various places to shop for unique handmade items created by local artisans of Ranthambore. NGOs such as Dastkar are dedicated to safeguarding the interests of these local artisans by promoting the crafts of Rajasthan.

We stayed at Ranthambore National Resort during our trip. It is a 4-star hotel with a well-appointed restaurant, expansive garden grounds and spacious rooms. If you’re visiting with friends, the inviting ambiance of this resort is sure to enhance the overall enjoyment of your stay.

In conclusion, our visit to Ranthambore offered us insights into the diverse wildlife within Ranthambore National Park. Additionally, we had the privilege of learning about the skilled artisans making handcrafted items. This trip not only deepened our appreciation for the rich biodiversity of the region but also provided a glimpse into the historical legacy of the kings and queens who once thrived here.

Writen By Das, Bhargava (Delhi Public School, Raj Nagar Extension).


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