Tigers in Ranthambore are as majestic as they come. India's
national animal is found during travel to Ranthambore National
Park in Rajasthan as part of your Rajputana Splendour tour.
The Royal Bengal Tigers comprise maximum population of tigers
in Ranthambore. It is an endangered species. However, thanks
to the efforts put in by the Indian government, via Project
Tiger, this special species is now preserved in national parks
across India. The Ranthambore National Park is a premier part
of this project.
Zoologically known as Panthera Tigris Tigris, Royal Bengal
Tigers are anything between six to nine feet long. These tigers
have their natural habitat in thick grass and dense jungles.
Tigers like water and love to laze around pools. They are
also very good swimmers.
Tiger in Ranthambore usually meander around the ruins of
monuments and temples inside the Ranthambore National Park.
The three lakes in the park are also perfect for them.
The Ranthambore National Park has about 36 Royal Bengal Tigers.
Tigers in Ranthambore 'rule' over 392 sq. kms. of the jungle.
Erstwhile Maharajas used the sanctuary for hunting purposes.
However, since it is banned now, the tigers in Ranthambore
are safe inside the park.
Tourists who wish to see Ranthambore tigers have to know
about where to find them. They are seen around the lakeside,
prowling in the forest, basking in the sun or around the ruins
of forts in the national park. The best way to spot a tiger
in Ranthambore is by taking a guided jeep safari in Ranthambore.
The Rajputana Splendour offers online information about Tigers
in Ranthambore and Rajasthan
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