Posted by Travel Inspirations | Posted on 03-05-2011 | comments: 0| Posted in
We can call India one fascinating combination of natural beauty, including a wide range of fauna and flora, expressed through its more than 80 national parks and over 400 reserves, which are homes of many representatives of Indian wildlife. In this train of thought, if you are considering to explore the natural side of this marvellous land then you have to know what are your options in order to spend one memorable vacation among the incredible wildlife of India.
Therefore, here is some information about one of the most famous and beautiful national parks in India, symbolizing the natural diversity of this country and giving the visitors, the opportunity to have a close sight on Indian wildlife.
Ranthambore National Park is placed in the state of Rajasthan, situated in the north-western India, close to Sawai Madhopur town. The area is near the Thar Desert too. The land is a former hunting place of the Maharaja of Jaipur and in 1955 it was proclaimed as a game sanctuary. Later, in 1980, Ranthambore was declared a national park and it was listed as a preserved area of national importance, protected under Project Tiger. Nowadays, the Kaila Devi Sanctuary, also known for its tigers, and Mansingh Sanctuary also constitute part of this national park. Ranthambore Reserve covers more than 400 sq km of land, including beautiful green hills, many rivers, lakes and a number of interesting ancient places. There, you will be able to see tigers, which are one of the iconic symbols of India, walking around wild and magnificent. Moreover, for the visitors of the park there are special wildlife safaris which could offer you one memorable experience among the incredibly beautiful Indian nature.
So, make some cheap calls to India in order to book in advance some of those exclusive wildlife offerings and go spend some fabulous time, exploring the country and its numerous natural wonders.