Ranthambore National Park Safari
Ranthambore National Park is a situated in the district of swai Madhopur in the eastern part of Rajasthan, spread over just 400 sq km, but inclusion and neighboring with Kela Devi and Man Singh sanctuaries has increased the total area of the park around 1,350 sq km. It is a wonderful park at the sangam of the Aravali Hills and the Vindhyan plateau.
The Ranthambore wildlife safari will take you to the world known as the Tiger's Paradise because of the existence of a major tiger territory. In the morning and late afternoon the jeeps and open bus with a competent guide are permitted inside the park and you are sure to spot a Tiger easily roaming around the unique tracks, on which the jeeps, Canter and elephants are moving. You can also find the high density of prey animals mostly near water bodies during summers including Jackal, Mongoose, Laziness gestate, Leopard, Graylag Goose, Woodpeckers, Amerindian Hoar Hornbills, Ordinary Kingfishers, Bee Eaters, Cuckoos, Parakeets, Asian Area Ridiculer and Owl . There are more than 270 species of birds.
At present Ranthambore is a major wildlife tourist attraction spot that allure many wildlife photographers and lovers. Apart from the rich wildlife there are many other attractions like ruins of bygone eras that scattered all around the jungle, Ranthambore Fort, after which the park is named, six man-made lakes and many perennial streams and several water bodies providing perfect relief to wild animals.
There are 10 different safari zones for tourists inside the Ranthambhore Tiger Reserve. Zones 1-5 are in the core area where you will find a high range of tigers and other wildlife animals. Zone 3 (Lake area) is the most popular but sightings aren't guaranteed even there. While the remaining 5-10 are in the surrounding buffer area. Tiger sightings in the buffer zones are much rarer than in the core zones.
The safari provides you a trained and knowledgeable guide, who will help visitors know about the national park and its habitants they also have the capability to recognize the wild sounds.
There are three options to choose your safari;
Jeep Safari in Ranthambore National Park
You can enjoy watching these animals by Jeep Safari. Open topped vehicle (jeep) can accommodate up to 5 people at a time. You can spot animal movement and admire beautiful landscape of the park. This Jeep Safari can be enjoyed in two different times either in the morning or in the afternoon.
Canter Safari in Ranthambore National Park
Some visitors prefer to go on Canter safari also known as the Open Bus safari to explore Ranthambore National Park. It can lodge around 16 people at a time. This safari can takes near about 3 hours to complete the trip and you can enjoy it in two different times-either early in the morning or in the late afternoon. It gives you a unique experience to the interior and untouched beauty of Ranthambore wildlife sanctuary.
Elephant Safari in Ranthambore National Park
The most enjoying way to explore the jungle is to climb on the back of an elephant to enjoy jungle safari that will help you encounter the two rivers of Chambal and Banas River. Elephant Safari is the best combination of multiple ways to take the tour of wildlife. On the back of elephant, your safari will be an exciting activity in itself and you will be able to see some mammal species. The wildlife that you will see from the elephant back would also differ as you will go through different vehicles.