India Tourist Attractions

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Ranthambore Tourism

Rajasthan state has a large national park called Ranthambore in south west direction. It comes under Sawai Madhopur District. The distance between Jaipur the capital city and Ranthambore is just 130 Km. In 1973 the national park was labeled as Project Tiger. River Banas and Chambal flow through this park; Many lakes are part of the national park.

Tourists visit the park for weekends. The viewing of wildlife, aviary, flora and safari trips are very popular among the tourists. Other places of visit is the Ranthambore Fort, the forest guest house Jogi Mahal. Tourists visit a cool place Bakaula with thick greenery and water bodies, rocky Kachida Valley on the periphery of the park, and Lakarda and Anantpura. Stone structures of Raj Bagh ruins, and Lake Padam Talao is also a popular place of visit.

Most Rajasthani foods are served here. Dal Baati Churma is popular. Indian foods and continental dishes are served in hotels and restaurants. The market is not very big. Things connected with national park outings like binocular sports shoes etc and easy to buy. Souvenir shops are attractive. The leather items and colorful ethnic gifts are sold here. Tourists carry these as memories of this place.

The national park is easy accessible in transport connectivity with airlines, buses taxis and railways. Jaipur is the closest airport. The remaining journey is commuted through road. The closest railway station is Sawai Madhopur at a distance of 11 Km. Kota is another town that gives it rail connectivity. RIDCOR has bus service between Kota and Ranthanbore which is very convenient.