Perhaps India’s most famous national park, Ranthambore was once a royal hunting ground. Centred around the impressive 10th century Ranthambore Fort, the park’s 392 square kilometres are scattered with old mosques, temples and hunting pavilions. The park is best known for its population of Bengal Tigers – as of 2014 there were 48, who are reasonably easy to spot, but also has a wealth of other fauna and a diverse range of flora that calls it home. When out on safari look out for leopards, boars, hyenas, sloth bears, rhesus macaques and one of the world’s largest banyan trees to name a few.
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Ranthambore National Park offers a wealth of wonderful sights and experiences. What better way to explore them than on a Wendy Wu tour?