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RANTHAMBHOR NATIONAL PARK-SIGHTSEEING

 

Near the town of Sawai Madhopur ,midway between Bharatpur and Kota, Ranthambhor National Park is one of the prime examples of Project Tiger's conservation efforts in Rajasthan.There are 40 tigers in the park and so you have a good chance of a sighting on your first safari.Even if you don't see a tiger,it's worth the effort for the scenery alone. The park itself covers some 400 sq.km and its scenery is very beautiful. A system of lakes and rivers is hemmed in by steep high crags and, on top of one of these,is the extensive and well-preserved fortress of Ranthambore, built in the 10th century. A good network of four gravel tracks crisscrosses the park and safaris are undertaken in open-sided jeeps driven by a ranger.The best time to visit the park is between October and April.


RANTHAMBHOR NATIONAL PARK-GETTING THERE AND AWAY

 

GETTING THERE AND AWAY Sawai Madhopur is on the main Delhi to Bombay broad-gauge railway line and, as most train stop here, there is a wide range to choose from. The 108 km trip to Kota takes two hours 10 minutes, while to Agra Fort it is 226 km which takes eight hours. Sawai Madhopur is also the junction of the metre-gauge spur to Jaipur and Bikaner.


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