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The former hunting ground of Indian princes, beautiful Ranthambhore National Park, today, is a perfect natural habitat for the famed, endangered tigers and countless other species.
Said to be an inspiration for some of Rudyard Kipling’s ‘Jungle Book’ stories, Ranthambhore National Park is not only one of the largest in northern India; it’s one of the best examples of conservation in the whole country. This national park stands atop a 600-metre-high hill range and here, tigers, leopards and sloth bears can all be found in the wild.
Take a ranger-escorted tour through Ranthambhore National Park, and go in search of some of the park's most revered inhabitants; striped hyenas, sambar deers, sloth bears and of course, keep your eyes peeled for any sign of the estimated 80 tigers that call the area home.
Enjoy a rich mix of both savannah-like grasslands and densely packed forest wildernesses, each hosting their share of these most majestic of creatures. Book your tour with Newmarket Holidays today.