Ranthambore National Park, one of the largest and the most popular national parks in the Northern India, is the perfect synonym for the wildlife tourism in Rajasthan. Located in the Sawai Madhopur district of Rajasthan, Ranthambore is just 180 km away from Jaipur (being also the nearest airport to it) and 110 km from Kota. The nearest station from Ranthambore is Sawai Madhopur. Entering into the Ranthambore zone of an area of 392 sq km is an easy way to visualize tiger everywhere as it is known for the biggest tiger populations in India.
The park is best described as the perfect wildlife reserves in India to be best described as the "tiger friendly land" that proudly preserves the most recognized tigers in India which are called by their notable marks on their body and best identified through their ruling territory. The dense undergrowths bring the perfect backdrop to allow a creeping hunt of a tiger in the eternal arena. It is the only land in India where plenty of mother and cub tiger groups can be easily found.
March to June: Best time to photograph the tigers in water habitat.
July to September: The park is closed.
October to January: Good season for photographing tigers in cold habitat.