Ranthambore National Park is among the best national parks in India and is a healthy shelter for tigers and many other wildlife species. In the region, what makes this leading wildlife reserve stand out are its venue, flora, and the majestic fort's royal ruins. Therefore, it is not only a destination for wildlife in Rajasthan; it literally tells the tale of the state's glorious history.
Moreover, the unquestionably beautiful places of Sawai Madhopur have been strongly influenced by the wildlife that can be clearly seen here in the lifestyle of the residents. Here is a list of places to see in and around Ranthambore National Park, places that can give you an unparalleled experience of traveling in India:
Ranthambore Fort : The landmark of Ranthambore National Park is this magnificent fort. Ranthambore Fort is the wonder of the Chauhan dynasty, located about 5kms within the wildlife reserve. Under the rule of King Sapaldaksha, the building of the fort started in 944 AD, but it was during the Rao Hammir Deo Chauhan era that the fort took shape. It is listed under the designation 'Hill Forts of Rajasthan' by the UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Set on a 700-ft-high hill, the mansion is one of Ranthambore National Park's main attractions. Once, as a royal hunting reserve, this fort was severed and had a vast jungle around it, providing ample room to carry out this adventure sport. But it became part of the 'Sawai Madhopur Game Sanctuary' during the 1950s, which was set up to protect the declining wildlife in the region.
Trinetra Ganesh Temple : Trinetra Ganesh Temple, situated within Ranthambore Fort, is yet another Ranthambore National Park attraction. Among the oldest temples in Rajasthan is the Trinetra (Three-Eyed) Ganesh or Pratham Ganesh Temple. It is one of those temples where the gods of Lord Ganesha's entire family can be found. King Hammer, who is believed to be an ardent devotee of Lord Ganesha, constructed the temple. The legend says that their stocks of food were running out when King Hammer was at war here.
Lord Ganesha then appeared before the King one night and told him that the stocks would be filled and that his problems would be solved by the next morning. The next day, miraculously, the war ceased and the food supply was replenished; so the king decided to create a temple here for Lord Ganesha. This temple is thronged by a large number of Ganesha devotees and five Aartis are held here every day.
Ranthambore National Park
Surreal Lake : The universe is full of breathtaking locations that seem to be completely unreal and can be remote or concealed. Nature can make its own works of art, and the most amazing objects that are more spectacular than we can ever imagine can also be created out by geological phenomena. Beauty can also be handcrafted, arising from imagination and human creativity. All the pictures in this article seem to be photoshopped or drawn, frankly, they don't look like real life, but they're shocked!
This Lake is one of the best places for sightseeing near Ranthambore Park. This lake is the haven for many birds, which are seen here catching fishes, especially during the winter seasonWhen many birds are seen picking up their breakfast from here, the best time of the day to come here in the morning. Surreal Lake is perfect for those seeking some solace and calm, tucked in isolation.
Padam Lake : This is the main lake in this nature reserve and is one of the wild animals' key water wellsprings. The best time to come here is early in the morning when you can see countless people drinking by the pool. The rare Chinkara deer can also be detected here too. In the era of water lilies, the lake looks more delightful; in fact, this is the reason why the lake got its name as Padam, which actually implies flowering.
The best time of the day to visit here in the early morning when a large number of animals are seen drinking at the lake
Jogi Mahal : Jogi Mahal is referred to as one of the locations where tigers used to reign in Rajasthan. This is because of its close proximity to Ranthambore National Park, the tiger center. The Mahal is situated 500 meters from the fort of Ranthambore. It is considered one of the oldest heritage buildings in the Ranthambore area of Expanse. As a hunting resort for the royal families, the Mahal made its way.
In the course of their hunting trip to the nearby forests of Ranthambore, the royal family spent some time at the Jogi Mahal.It was still built in the classic Indian style of architecture, despite being a hunting abode in the middle of the woods. The Mahal has complex design elements and the tourists will certainly be impressed by the architecture.
Places to visit in Ranthambore
Raj Bagh Ruins : The Raj Bagh Ruins are located in Ranthambore National Park, between Padam Talo and Raj Bagh Talo. Stone buildings standing in the shape of arches, palace outhouses, domes & steps are these ancient ruins. It lends the surroundings an aura of mystery & tradition. To Ranthambore Wildlife Reserve, the Raj Bagh Ruins add uniqueness!
Akula Region : Since this region has a thick forest cover, it stays cool during the peak summer season as well, which eventually makes it a favorite haunt of many wildlife species in the park. The probability of tiger spotting is also fair in the Akaula Region.
Wild Dragon : Ranthambore is still full of adventures, whether it's a natural jungle or a concrete jungle! Among the finest examples of unending fun and excitement here is the Wild Dragon Adventure Park. The park combines well with the rustic feel and gives guests an experience of a lifetime. The highlight of this adventure park, located in a remote valley near the National Park, is Zorbing, the horror house, and the ATV (All-Terrain Vehicle) ride. Silence in the middle;
Ranthambore Art Schools : This School of Art is one of Ranthambore's most inspirational locations. This school is located a short distance from Sawai Madhopur and has students who have painting skills. The key paintings here are of the Tiger, and more tiger paintings are made as a special gesture to inspire people to protect this endangered species. To inform the locals about the tiger and the importance of its survival, the students from this school also visit the nearby villages.
As a traveler, it is our duty to encourage wildlife protection and destinations such as these truly motivate us to do so. Visit Ranthambore National Park for a life-changing experience and inspiration! Ah! My! Oh! I would like to remind you that the park opens on October 1 after the monsoon break; there are several festivals and activities coming up in the first week of October as well, so it's an absolutely PERFECT time to schedule your trip to Ranthambore!
Departing from Chennai airport.
Pick up from Airport drive for Jaipur.
Hotel check in .
Then proceed to visit local sightseeng of Jaipur visit the City Palaces, Amber fort, Hawa Mahal, Jal Mahal, Albert Hall, Govind Dev ji Temple, Birla temple then shopping and over night at hotels.
After breakfast at Hotel.
Then drive for Jaipur to Ranthambore only 150 km.
Hotel check in.
Small relaxations then proceed to visit famous sightseeng in Jungle or Tiger National park.
Back to hotel in the evening over night at hotels.
After breakfast ,then proceed to visit famous sightseeing in other zone of Ranthambore national park back to hotel relax then drive for Gensha temple and Fort of Ranthambore.
Come Back to hotel.
Over night stay at hotel.
After breakfast at Hotel and then check out from Hotel.
Then drive for Ranthambore to Jaipur.
Finally drop you at Airport for your ahead journey.
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From Trip start to till end the Tour Guide will be take care
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Chennai to Chennai Transports*
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