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Famous Places To Visit In Ranthambore

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Ranthambore is wide famous as the wildlife reserve of India. Ranthambore is one of the most prominent shelters for Tigers including numerous of other wildlife species.  Apart from being famous as the wildlife reserve Sanctuary, Ranthambore is also famous for the majestic forts that narrate the story of golden history.
Ranthambore lies in the borders of the Thar Desert at the junction of Vindhya Hill and Aravalli hill ranges. Ranthambore does hold an important place in the list of wildlife tours of India! There are many must visit locations in Ranthambore which the tourists mustn’t miss.
The best suitable time to visit Ranthambore is February, March, April, October, November and December.

Top 7 Tourist Places To Visit In Ranthambore

1. Ranthambore National Park

Ranthambore National Park

One of the largest Tiger reserves in India is the perfect natural destination. The tourists watch the predators in action from a very close distance. Apart from the Tigers, there are many other animal species like Leopards, Sambhar, Hyenas, Jackles, Deer and many others. More than 260 species of birds are found in this sanctuary. Ranthambore is a full thrilling package for the wildlife admirers!

2. Ranthambore Fort

Ranthambore Fort

Ranthambore Fort is one among the oldest forts on the land which was constructed in the year 944 AD. From the top of this fort, the tourists enjoy a breathtaking view of the national park. This fort was built by a Chauhan warrior, which displays amazing craftsmanship and architectural beauty with the spellbound designs in the interiors.

3. Trinetra Ganesh Temple

Trinetra Ganesh Temple

Located inside the Ranthambore Fort, Trinetra Ganesh Temple is one among the oldest temples on the land. This is another amazing attraction in Ranthambore. This temple was built by King Hammer. Numerous devotees of Lord Ganesha came to this temple. Lord Ganesha with his entire family is worshiped in this temple.

4. Padam Lake

Padam Lake is the largest lake in the Wildlife Sanctuary which is the main source of water for inhabits in the sanctuary-the wild animals. Visiting this lake at the day time, the tourists can find a large number of animals’ drinking water at the banks. This lake is beautified with the water lilies.

5. Kachida Valley

This picturesque valley is closely located to the park in the outskirts. The Bears and Panthers inhabit this valley. This valley is surrounded by the jagged hills that enhance the beauty of this location. The tourists can also find the sloth bears searching for honey combs and fruits. Wild boars and deer are found in huge numbers.

6. Jogi Mahal

Jogi Mahal

Jogi Mahal is located near the Padam Lake and was used as a rest house. Though now Jogi Mahal is restricted for the visitors to rest it is one of the popular places in Ranthambore.

7. Raj Bagh Ruins

Raj Bagh Ruins determines the days of a royal era in Rajasthan. The remaining of the palaces arches and domes give a majestic impression.

Ranthambore mustn’t be missed from the list of ‘A Royal Rajasthan Tour of India'. Apart from these, many other locations would make your trip worth enough!