Ranthambore is a national park in the land of deserts Rajasthan. The park is known to be as one of the largest national parks in India as it is spread across an area of 392 km. square. Initially, it was established as Sawai Madhopur Game Sanctuary in 1955 by the government of India. In the year 1973, Ranthambore came under the list of the Project Tiger and became a national park in 1980.
Ranthambore is nestled in the foothills of Aravali ranges and experiences severe temperatures during the calendar year. The heat of summers become scorching for the tourists as well as the beasts, however, there are chances to spot some animals. The winter season is the time when the flowers bloom in Ranthambore and the weather becomes cool. During this season the visitors arrive in abundance to take a glance at the beasts wandering in their natural habitat.
Since Ranthambore is a national park that came under Project Tiger, one can spot tigers and the cubs wandering in the area. Apart from tigers, there are monkeys, langur, deer, panthers, peacocks, cuckoos etc., can be spotted.