The Ambush of Tigers
Home of one of the biggest national parks in India, Ranthambore is vastly different from the other sites in Rajasthan. Ranthambore is a wildly romantic place where the ruins of an old fort lie in the heart of the park grasslands. The fort is also home to three temples of which the one dedicated to Lord Ganesh, the elephant headed god of the Hindus, receives the most prominence. As you approach the fort which is barely discernible at a distance, it seemingly begins to grow out of the hill on which it is perched. The enormous rampart of the fort still extends to 7km and is a sight to behold. Better yet, the incredible view you can get from the top of the ruins of the surrounding grasslands of the national park is something you are not likely to forget anytime soon.
Ranthambore National Park
How to Get There
Jaipur being the nearest airport to reach Ranthambore about 180 km of from the reserve area.
Sawai Madhopur is the nearest railway station located at a distance of 10 km.
Ranthambore is well connected with all the major cities and town through state bus service and it can be reached through private buses and taxis.