Ranthambore national park's abandoned
fortress, lakes and above all it's `friendly'
tigers have made it one of the most filmed
wildlife reserves in the world. Ranthambore
was decalred a wildlife sanctuary in 1955
and became part of Project Tiger in 1973
Ranthambore - New Delhi
Ranthambore - Udaipur
How To Reach
Delhi to Sawai Madhopur (the town closest
to the Ranthambore National Park ) via
Jaipur and Tonk is a 440 Kms/8 hours drive.
Private Vehicles are not allowed into
Park. Driving from Jaipur would take 3-4
hours (180 Kms.)
The Kota Jan Shatabdi Express from Delhi
to Kota leaves Delhi Nizamuddin Station
at 1.10 pm and arrives at Sawai Madhopur
at 6 pm . The Dehradun Express from New
Delhi station, which does an overnight
run to Sawai Madhopur ia a convenient
way to getting Ranthambhore (leaves 9.40
pm, arrives 5 am).
Ranthambore National Park :: This is a Government project
to save the tigers.Here you can see the tigers,
leopards, hyena, jackal, for, blue bull, chinkara
& sloth bears.
:: Ranthambore Fort :: This fort is situated
on the top of a hill in the dense jungle.
Mansarovar and Surwal :: Mansarovar is large
deep lake, 24 Kms from Ranthambhore Bagh,
known for its picturesque sunsets, while
Surwal is a shadow lake. Both these water
bodies are excellent for winter migratories
like Demoiselle Cranes, Pelicans, Flamingoes,
Bar Headed and greylag geese.