The location that needs to be in your bucket list while you plan a tour across Rajasthan, the land of Royals. Home for India’s one of the largest national parks, Sawai Madhopur is equally popular for the Ranthambore Fort, situated at the center of the National Park. Ranthambore Fort is one of the magnificent forts of Rajasthan declared as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.
Ranthambore Fort was built by Chauhan Kings of Rajasthan during 8th century. Despite the repeated invasions by Mughal Emperors, Ranthambore Fort still possesses its charm and grandeur across the centuries.
The ruins of the fort includes a temple dedicated to Lord Ganesh and few palaces , courts, pillared halls, mosques, war memorials and more to explore.
An unimaginable massive fort and an even bigger Ranthambore National Park makes Ranthambore the most prominent attraction among the global travelers. The grandeur of the fort and the elegant beauty of nature synchronize with each other, an overwhelming sight to behold.
October to June will be ideal to explore Ranthambore National Park. Normally, the park is closed between July and September.
Wear comfortable clothes & footwear and carry water bottles as you may need few hours to explore the fort and the park.
Carry camera to capture the wonderful moments