Monday, May 7, 2012

Mesmerizing Moments In Ranthambore National Park

India is having many types of nature. We have desert, forest, mountain, snow, rivers and the beautiful wild life. To protect the wild life the government has taken many steps. The national parks are the result of the steps taken by the government. All over India.

There are many national parks. The largest among these national parks is the Ranthambhore national park. This park was mainly made for the tiger reserve. There are lots of tigers here and it is a heaven for the wild life lovers. They can go for a safari here to see many tigers on their way.

The tigers can be seen on the way, on the grass, basking in the sun or just relaxing. It is a pleasure to see these big cats relaxing freely in the park. There are other animals also which are found in this park like the leopard, wild bore, etc. The nature is very lovely here and nature lovers will feel this park very interesting. In the month of November when the forest is not very dense it will be easy to spot the tigers. The flora and the fauna are also very good watching. The safari may be on the elephant, jeep or the mini bus.

Ranthambore National Park was mainly established for the tigers. There are particular timings for the safari in the national parks. The people are allowed to visit in the safari in those particular timings. If the people are allowed in other timings the wild animals will be disturbed. If the park is visited in the spring season there are many types of flora and fauna which is a pleasure to watch. Nature lovers will enjoy each and every step the forest for the wild animals and the plants.

It is a mesmerizing moment when a tiger is spotted and the cameras click. The tiger will walk about majestically. They do not disturb us until they are disturbed or hungry. The real look of the tiger is an unforgettable moment in one life. The people will really enjoy each and every moment in the safari or the visit to the national park. There are many lakes and also the Ranthambore fort to be visited in the National Park. Everything is enjoyable after the stress in the urban life everyday. The animals are so carefree and not running after anything. Even if the animals are wild they are very calm and quiet which is better than the human nature.

Friday, March 30, 2012

Wildlife National Park of India

India is a country known for all its diverse environments and physical features. Among some of the best ones, the nature and the wildlife is tops the list. A person taking a India wildlife tours will have ample options in every corner of the country. This article will help you with all the top national parks in the country which are a must see in the wildlife tour.

Ranthambore National Park:

The first and the most famous national park is the Ranthambore located in Rajasthan. This was a place for hunting hobbies of the kings in the past. The two rivers, Chambal and Banas flow through the forest cover in the south and the north respectively. The main attraction of the park is the tigers and it is thereby the main attraction to the photographers. There are about 300 species of trees present in the comparatively small area of forest cover. The number also extends to the aquatic plants, birds and reptiles too. This is an area rich in diversity and one should not miss out on this.

Jim Corbett National Park:

The other national park is located in Uttar Pradesh by the name Jim Corbett National Park. This park is very much known for its tiger population along with elephants and leopards. This park was established in the year 1936 and is India’s first national park. This was a park used for hunting by the British Empire and was named after Late Jim Corbett who was a legendary hunter, naturalist, photographer and author. Project tiger was launched in this park in the year 1973. The habitat in this park supports the tiger and its prey.

Kaziranga National Park:

Kaziranga National Park is located in Assam along the massive river of Brahmaputra. This along with all the wildlife in this region makes Kaziranga a beautiful place to visit. The main attraction in this park is the Indian one-horned rhino. The forest was declared as a national park due to the poaching done on this species. This is also a home to the Indian Bison, elephants, swamp deer, and such other fauna. Tigers are also found in this park. This is also an attraction as a bird watching site to many foreign tourists. One should not miss the elephant safari in this park.

Kanha National Park:

Kanha National Park is a well known tiger reserve located in Madhya Pradesh. Apart from tigers, leopards and bears are the main attraction of this place. The Blackbuck and the Antelope also make this national park their home. This park too has the elephant safari to spot animals in the wild.

These are some of the most well known national parks in the country. There are more to name like the Sundarbans in west Bengal, the Royal Chitwan Park and the Bandipur National Park. There is a national park in every state of the country and each has its own attractions. The internet has information about the access and travel details to the parks. Bookings too can be done online after finding out which is the best India Travel Agent in the business.

Friday, January 13, 2012

Wildlife Tiger Safari at Ranthambore National Park

India is blessed with huge wild life diversity and to protect this natural wealth, several National Parks were established by the Indian government across India.Among these Parks, Ranthambore National Park (Ranthambhore National Park or simply Ranthambhore) is one of the largest National Parks in India. Established in the year 1955 by the government of India as a game sanctuary, it became a tiger reserve in 1973 under the Government of India’s Project Tiger campaign and was declared a National Park in 1980.

Ranthambore is famous for its tiger population because it is also a tiger reserve and this reason makes it an ideal place to have a tiger safari tour in India. These big bad cats can be spotted moving freely or basking themselves under the sun during the day time in the Park. The tiger safari usually lasts for about 3 hours and usually people take more then one safari trip if tigers are not spotted during the first trip. The timing of the safari is half an hour past six (6.30 am) in the morning and half an hour past two (2.30 or 14.30 pm) in the afternoon. The trip is usually made in two different group categories, the bigger group of 20 people and smaller group of 6 people with vehicles open top canter and open top gypsy respectively.

The best time to have a visit at Ranthambore National Park would be in the month of November and May when the forest trees shed there leaves seasonally and the sighting becomes easier. Beside tigers there are lots of things to see in this National Park like Ranthambore Fort, several lakes and other wild animals like leopard, wild bore,hyena etc and the Flora of the Park is represented by 539 species of flowering plants. A safari trip here will certainly increase your affection towards the tigers and Mother Nature.