Sawai Madhopur

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The Amazing Fauna at Ranthambore

The great outdoors…

More than 300 species of birds and a close brush with crocodiles and tigers — if you’re looking for the ideal safari holiday, look no further than Ranthambore National Park in Rajasthan.  As you enter Sawai Madhopur, the gateway to the park, you are greeted by a distinctive destination. Offering a unique potpourri of heritage, flora and fauna, this renowned wildlife sanctuary is one of the few wildlife hotspots where you stand the chance of seeing a tiger hunting right under your nose!

And at the centre, stand the ruins of the majestic, tenth-century Ranthambore Fort, like a central showpiece. To enjoy the great outdoors even more, reside in one of the eco-chic cottages or luxury tents at Khem Villas for the complete experience.

 

Altitude

875 ft

Climate

35℃–50℃

2℃–22℃

Population

1,22,000 approx.

Shopping

  • Black & white miniature brush paintings of tigers – Tiger Art
  • Khus perfumes and items made from Khus like fans, small boxes and caps

Cuisine

  • Dal-Baati-Churma.
  • For spicy flavours, try out Dal Bada and Mirchi Bada.
  • Local Guavas are sought after.

More Information

  • Fauna: Diurnal tigers, Striped hyenas, Chital, Leopards, Jackal
  • Ranthambhore National Park is open from October–June

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