RANTHAMBORE NATIONAL PARK
Nestled on the foreground of Aravali hills, amidst arid and scrubbed tracks of rajasthan lies Ranthambore National Park, a 282 sq km of desert ecology speckled with Dhok, Ronj, Salai, Ber and Palm trees.
Three major lakes, the Raj baugh, Malik Talao and Padam Talao serve as watering holes for the wildlife. Ranthambore boasts of 40 species of mammals, 272 species of birds and a variety of snakes and other reptiles. Owing to its sparse open forest type, wildlife is easily sighted including the Royal Bengal Tiger which remain the highlight of the safaris.