Ranthambore: Touring a Learning Destination

Posted on Jan 06, 2024 in India Discovery,Student Speak


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Ranthambore is one of the top tourist destinations in India. Located in the Sawai Madhopur district in southeast Rajasthan, the town of Ranthambore is enveloped by the Aravali and Vindhya ranges. This exquisite destination beckons travellers with its unique blend of natural beauty and wildlife richness.

During our two-day trip, we visited Ranthambore Fort and Ranthambore National Park and enjoyed a cultural show. Ranthambore Fort is a significant heritage site that offers a panoramic view of the national park. Despite the challenges of trekking a substantial distance to reach the fort’s summit, the journey to the pinnacle proved to be a gratifying experience.

Following our exploration of the fort, we enjoyed the cultural dance performance during the night. The enchanting music and lively dance performance seamlessly conveyed the true essence of Rajasthan to us. This experience added a colourful and memorable dimension to our visit, leaving us with a deeper appreciation for the rich cultural heritage of Rajasthan.

Finally, it was time for the much-awaited jungle safari. Luck smiled upon a few of our classmates, as they spotted the elusive tigers, a rare and exciting occurrence. In addition to the majestic tigers, our safari offered encounters with a diverse array of wildlife, including leopards, crocodiles, langurs, sloth bears, crested serpent eagles, and grey-headed eagles. As we navigated the natural landscape, the safari led us to the picturesque Padam Talao Lake. Spending time by the tranquil lake provided a breathtaking conclusion to our wildlife experience.

As a first-time visitor, the trip to Ranthambore proved to be truly worth it. It was an incredible experience as Ranthambore not only met but exceeded expectations, leaving an indelible mark on your travel experiences.

Writen By Gangesh Aggarwal (Scottish High International School, Gurugram).


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