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Ranthambore National Park in northern India is one of the largest national parks. Rajasthan Sawai south, about 180 km fromJaipur, which is the nearest airport is located in the district Madhopur.AtSawai Madhopur station nearest town, about 11 km. Ranthambore Sawai Madhopur Game Sanctuary was established in 1955 under the Government of India in 1973 and was declared a Tiger Reserve Project. Ranthambore became a national park in 1980. In 1984, Sawai Man Singh Sanctuary and adjacent forests declared Keladevi sanctuary and Tiger Reserve in 1991 at the Sawai Man Singh sanctuary Keladevi increased.

Ranthambore sanctuary is famous for its tigers in India for the best places to see in the desert is one of these majestic predators.Tigers ease during the day can be seen. A good time to visit Ranthambore National Park in November and May, when the nature of the dry deciduous forests is a common comment.Hardwood forests of the great forests were once a part of central India.

The park is situated on the edge of a plateau, and Banas in the north to the south Riverand is surrounded by the river Chambal.There are many lakes in the park. The historical Ranthambore Fort, which lies within the National Park is named after. Park has an area of 392 square kilometers and is known for

its tiger population, and Tiger Reserve is one of India'sProject. Other major wild animals, leopard, nilgai, drums, wild boar, sambar, hyenas, sloth bears and tigers are among Chital. Even trees, plants, birds and reptiles contains a wide variety. Ranthambore in India is also the site of the largest banyan trees.
Ranthambore best known for its large population of tigers. Since the increase in tourism in the park, had a population of nearby villages. The malignant tumor in the amount of human interaction leads tiger poaching. E2 60 Government of India in 1973 with an area allocated launched Project Tiger. Now, it later became Ranthambore National Park is said to be extended. Besides tigers, more than 270 different species of birds here reservation at the bird population is booming.

In 2005 there were 26 tigers in Ranthambore. The key reserve in 1982, which amounted to 44 entering the tiger population was lower. Private sources in 2008 there were 34 tigers in Ranthambhore National Park adults. More than 14 cubs are also included. Forest officials continued to try to prevent large-scale poaching has been issued. The villagers to encourage them to stay surveillance cameras in the park and were taken on the subject.  The Government of India for the efforts of the pledged 153 million U.S. dollars  These efforts have Ranthambore. Tiger in Sariska Tiger Reserve to participate in an attempt to transfer The first air passage male tiger (Dara) in Sariska from Ranthambore will be held on June 28, 2008 by Wing Commander Bimal Raj Mi-17 were used for laundry ..

In recent years, there are other reasons due to poaching in tiger population in Ranthambore decreases. But a few tigers that these conditions were able to practice their genes. A "Lady Lake" is known as the tiger was a very young age, her due to increased poaching in the area separated from their parents. Macchli young tigress named because he was a registered organization similar to a fish of the great ruler of the forest with determination to shoot a documentary -.. Junior increase Macchli "He was a man who lives near the area just three female cubs, a contract will be delivered with cover. Macchli Although the name of his mother, a young cub gets stuck with the designation. Macchli little father an unknown disease at the beginning that forest officers in Ranthambhore Fateh Singh Rathore, he saw dead due to confirm. After that big Macchli another man, known as the smell Bumburam found and secured. she gave birth to two cubs. baccha is believed to be his grandson.

Forest Park with the typical dry deciduous forest of Anogeissus pendula elements - an important tree species. However, mixing in elements of hardwoods in the valleys and water bodies can be seen. fauna of the park, 539 species of flowering plants are represented.
Tigers: Tigers place in parks in the country is one of the most beautiful national parks. The Royal Hunter stroll or bask in the sun can be seen here.
Safari Ride: Ride twice: 0630 and 1430. Each trip takes about 3 hours. 20-seater open monk or six open seats Gypsy: There are two options for the safari vehicles. Each trip costs about 500 to RS400 per person. The main part of the park is divided into different zones and safari vehicles are one of those areas.Because he has not seen a tiger in a walk is a good chance, people usually more than one trick. Sawai Madhopur is on my way to the national parks are a great number of quality sites.
Fort Ranthambore Fort Royal, built in the 10th century, the towers in the park. That's about 700 meters above the fore. In the fort, there are three red brick Karauli Ramlalaji temples dedicated to Shiva and Ganesh. The temple was built in the 12th and 13th centuries.
Padam Talao: This is the largest of all lakes in the park and the beautiful red sandstone Jogi Mahal is located on the lake. A large Banyan tree, considered the second largest in India, near the lake.

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Ranthambhor National Park, before a princely game conserve is the scene where the celebrated Indian Tiger is best seen. Ranthambhor Tiger Reserve lies on the junction of Aravali and Vindhyas just 14 Kms from Sawai Madhopur in Eastern Rajasthan. It sprawls over a varying and undulating landscape. The scenery changes dramatically from gentle and steep slopes of the Vindhyas and sharp and conical hills of the Aravali. A tenth century fort also blends amicably with the background. Pure sands of Dhok (Anogeissus pendula) interspersed with grasslands at the plateaus, meadows in valleys and luxuriant foliage around the canals make the jungle. Three big lakes - Padam Talab (meaning Lake), Malik Talab and Raj Bagh - are similar turquoises studded in the vast forest that abounds with aquatic vegetation including duckweeds, lilies and lotus.

A significant geological feature within the park is the 'Great Boundary Fault' where the Vindhaya plateau meets the Aravali range. The Rivers Chambal in the South and the Banas in the North bound the National Park. The park is dotted with steep rocky hills and the dominating architecture of Ranthambhor Fort (built in the 10th century), adds to its landscape. The rugged park terrain alternates between dry deciduous forest, open grassy meadow, dotted by several lakes and rivers that are only made passable by rough roads built and maintained by the Forest Service.

The tiger is not the only attraction at Ranthambhor; although it is the one park resident that people come to see. A variety of birds including Owlets, the ubiquitous Langur (monkey), Leopard, Caracal, Hyena, Jackal, Jungle Cat, marsh Crocodiles, Wild Boar, Bears and various species of Deer are the other attractions.

Ranthambhor is plagued by the typical problems encountered by all game reserves in India - people living in and around the parks and grazing by livestock! Between 1976-1979, 12 villages within Ranthambhor National Park were resettled outside the designated park area with only a few people now residing in scattered hamlets within the park. Of course poachers continue their activities with increasing demand from China for Tiger parts. There are no accurate figures on how many tigers and poachers kill other species, but on occasion evidence appears in the form of large numbers of skins and other body parts found on couriers. The park is well staffed and the folk who man the centres and the mandatory guides - one for every vehicle, are knowledgeable of the terrain and some even know the Latin names of most species.

The tiger is not the only attraction at Ranthambhor; although it is the one park resident people come to see. We were lucky to see several varieties of birds including these owlets peering through their burrow pictured here on the right and of course the ubiquitous langur monkey. Other animals in the reserve include leopard, caracal, hyena, jackal, jungle cat, marsh crocodiles, wild boar, bears and various species of deer.The main food source for the tiger is the swamp deer like Barasinsga  and on occasion the wild buffalo and also wild boar etc. If you wish to stay near the park, the facilities on offer are superb. The park gates open a half hour before sunrise and close half hour after sunset. The timings are vigorously imposed and no exceptions are made to this rule.

Area detailsTotal area: 392.5 sq. kms.Ranthambore National Park (core) 274.50 sq. kms.Buffer area to Ranthambore National Park 118.00 sq. kms.

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