Ranthambore - a National park of Rajasthan

Location: Sawai Madhopur, Rajasthan
Temperature: Min : 10°  Max : 44°
Best Time: September to April
Main Attractions: Ranthambore National park, Jain temples, Falna, Sadri, Ghanerao, Ranthambore Fort, Padam Talab, Kachida Valley and Jogi Mahal
Languages: Mewari, Hindi and English
STD code: +91-7462
Ranthambore is a majestic roaring town in the Sawai Madhopur, famous for its wildness of tigers in Ranthambore National Park. It was established and named by Ran Mal Jat, a chief.

Raja Sajraj Singh Nagil was the first Jat king of this historic township. It was before named as Ranastambha or Ranastambhapura. Ranthambore is generally famous principally as a result of the Ranthambhore National Park and its tigers.

How to reach:

By Air: The closest air terminal to Ranthambore is Jaipur, the capital of the condition of Rajasthan. Jaipur is situated at a separation of 140 Km from Ranthambore. You can touch base in Jaipur by flights from any real city in India.

By Road: You can without much of a stretch go to Ranthambore by street from anyplace in Rajasthan. Both the Rajasthan Tourism Department and numerous private administrators run street transport administrations to Ranthambore.

By Rail:
The primary railroad line from Delhi to Mumbai keeps running past Sawai Madhopur, which is joined by normal trains from urban communities crosswise over Rajasthan and India. You can go to Sawai Madhopur via train and after that cover the remaining 11 Km to Ranthambore by taxi.

The climate of Ranthambore is of a commonplace desert sort, encounters a dry and hot summer season, enduring from April to June. In winter the climatic states of Ranthambore extent from being cool to being crisp. The lovely season to visit Ranthambore is winter, which begins from November to March while the most obvious opportunity with regards to seeing a tiger in the National Park is in the month of April/May.

What to wear:

If you are on Ranthambore Tour or planning to travel to Ranthambore National Park, you should carry totally sober clothes with eco-friendly dyes. Olive Green, Forest, Khaki and brown colors with the mix colors are perfect for wearing in national parks. In the event that creatures see glossy colors in the Park, they may get scared, as they are not connected to them.

Facts about Ranthambore:

State: Rajasthan
Sawai Madhopur