Ranthambore: touring a learning destination

Posted on Apr 21, 2023 in India Discovery,Student Speak


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It was the third and last day of our exhilarating journey to Ranthambore, and what a journey it has been! We would like to thank EdTerra Edventures and our school for providing us with the marvellous opportunity to visit this historical place and learn and appreciate everything it has to offer.

On the first day of this journey to Ranthambore, we spent about eight hours on our bus, making memories that we will cherish forever. Although the journey was long and tiring, we took the opportunity to rest for the remainder of the day and soak in the beauty of the place.

The second day was packed with adventure as we explored the Ranthambore Fort. The trek was quite challenging with approximately 250 steps, but it was worth it as we learnt about the fort’s construction and the captivating tragedies that surrounded it. At the top of the fort, we had the chance to see the three-eyed Ganesha statue along with his entire family at the Trinetra Ganesh Temple. After the fort, we visited the Ranthambore National Park, where we were lucky enough to spot several animals, including a tiger. We even witnessed a tiger hunting and capturing its prey, which is a rare and extraordinary experience.

In the evening, we enjoyed a DJ night that lifted our spirits and added to the adventure. However, we ended up with sore throats from singing and dancing too much. As we write this blog, we feel emotional, reminiscing about the once-in-a-lifetime memories we have made on this trip. We are grateful for this unforgettable experience and the opportunity to explore and learn about Ranthambore’s rich history and wildlife.

Writen By Vihaan Kapoor (Lotus Valley International School – Noida).


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