The park itself is situated at the joining of the Vindhya Plateau and the Aravalli Hills, and is characterized by rocky plains and steep cliffs. It supports a diverse range of flora and fauna
Ranthambore is open from October to June and is breathtaking for its sheer size and variety of wildlife. On the sprawling land of this park is the magnificent Ranthambore Fort, which dates back to the 10th century. You'll still spot a latticed resting place or two, proof of the fact that this was used extensively as a gaming ground for royalty here.
Tourist Attraction in Ranthambore National Park
- Ganesh Chaturthi (August - September of every year)
Perched on Ranthambore Fort is the temple of Lord Ganesha. Every year thousand of people gather here in honour of Lord Ganesha's birthday, in the month of August - September.
- Jungle Safari
There are about 42 tigers in Ranthambore National Park. A good network of gravel tracks crisscross the park and safaris are undertaken in open-sided jeeps driven by ranger.
- By Air
The nearest airport is at Jaipur which connected to all the major cities which includes Delhi, Mumbai, Calcutta, Jodhpur.
- By Bus
Rajasthan Roadways run very comfortable deluxe from Jaipur to Ranthambore. The roads are very good, and it takes around 4-5 hrs from Jaipur. You can also come by taxi.
- By Train
The nearest railhead is at Ranthambore is connected to many major cities of India. There are daily trains from Delhi, Jaipur, Mumbai.