Ranthambhore Tiger Reserve Local attraction
Ranthambhore Tiger Reserve
Ranthambhore Tiger Reserve is the one of the famous tiger reserves in the India it is the main Major attraction of Ranthambhore . Sawai Madhopur It is spread over an area of 392 sq. km and full of dry deciduous forests sprawed over the Aravali Valley and Vindhya ranges. Some Time one may chance upon a tiger strolling near the Padam Lake, Raj Bagh Lake and Milak lake. The park also houses some rare species of desert creatures like the sambhar, chital, chinkara, nilgai, langur, wild boar, Bear , Panther, Many type of Lizard and peafowl. The Tiger Reserve of Ranthambhore was visited by the Bill Clinton during his visit to India.
Ranthambhore fort built by the Chauhans in the 10th century is one of the oldest and well built forts according to the security purpose Itís a Major fort of Rajasthan . Its strategic location was ideal for keeping enemies at bay. The fort is associated with the historical tragedy of royal women performing jauhar (self immolation) when Ala-ud-din Khilji sieged this fort in 1303. The fort has many temples, tanks, massive gates and walls. All of the major religious Temple in side the fort
This is the forest rest house overlooking the Beautiful Padam Lake. Jogi Mahal attracts a large number of tourists every year to the Jogi Mahal is the ancient banyan tree, the second largest banyan tree in India.
Ranthambhore is characterized by the typical desert landscape of Rajasthan. The park is the natural haunt of a significant number of panthers. Due to the sizeable population of tigers in the Ranthambore national park, this site has been taken under Project Tiger. The flora consists of dry deciduous shrubs and not very high trees. The topography varies from secure forests to open scrubland. Dhok is the most common tree to be found. The aquatic flora of this place includes lovely lotuses and water lilies. The fauna includes mammalian species like antelopes, nilgai, sambhar, chital, sloth bear, wild boar, chinkara, porcupines, jackals, leopards, jungle cats, fox, caracals, hyena, gazelle, Indian hare and mongoose. There are also about 264 species of birds to be found here.
The Ranthambore Lord Ganesh Temple is very old temple on the palace of Ranthambore fort. It is very heart touch place for devotee and tourist . Ranthambore Ganesh Temple dedicated to Lord Ganesha is situated in the fort of Ranthambore, about 12 kms from Sawai Madhopur Railway station
It is a famous & oldest temple of lord shiva its situated in Ranthambhore national park area The waterfall and the Verdant grove make this spot ideal for picnics
Sawai Man Singh Sanctuary Eco Tourism site "BALAS
It is situated 9 km away from Sawai Madhopur on Sawai madhopur-Kalibhat road. It is a part of Sawai mansingh sanctuary. The area includes the confluence of the ancient Aravalli hill, balas know as a Leopard valley Name Lot of animal can found there Main attraction in balas national park is Sunset Point
Is situated 15 km away from Sawaimadhopur on Sawaimadhopur-Kalibhat road. It is a part of Sawai mansingh sanctuary. The area includes the confluence of the ancient Aravali hill, system with the Vindhyan hill system due to which the area is a very rich in bio-diversity. Its also a part of Ranthambhore national park
This is the new picnic spot for sighting of Bird watching, Traditional Games, Candle Night Dinner, Boating, Village Tour & Camel Cart Riding.
This is the largest of the lakes present in the Ranthambhore Tiger Reserve. The finest and beautiful Heritage Jogi Mahal is located at the very edge of Padam lake. Many animals can see at the edge of the lake side It is in the shallow waters of this lake that the famous "lake hunters" of Ranthambhore operate, the most legendary of which was the tiger, Malik Lake
This is the smallest of the three lakes in Ranthambhore Tiger Reserve , itís a nice place of of bird watching and water animals