Ranthambore Photography Tour
Ranthambore, the name is known across the world as one of the best tiger reserves in India to watch and photograph tigers in the wild. Ranthambore was established as Sawai Madhopur Game Sanctuary in 1955 and became a Tiger Reserve in 1973. The park is bounded by the Banas river in the north and the Chambal river in the south. The historic Ranthambore fort lies within the park.
Having a very high density of the big cats, Ranthambore boasts of excellent sightings of tigers. But Ranthambore is not only home to tigers but many other rare and elusive wildlife like the leopard, sloth bear, hyena, caracal etc. Herbivores found in the park include Nilgai, Chital, Sambar deer and Indian gazelle or the Chinkara. Jackals, wild boars, langurs etc are also seen in Ranthambore.
Sightings of crocodiles in and around the various water bodies of the park is also common. The scenic beauty of Ranthambore is also superb and has many hills, plateaus, meadows and lakes. Three famous lakes of Ranthambore are Padam talao, Rajbagh talao and Malik talao.