History and wildlife come together at the Ranthambore National Park. If these pictures don’t make you go on a safari, we don’t know what will.

In a state that has palaces and forts jostling for attention, Ranthambore National Park stands out for being the only one where history meets wildlife.Also Read - Ranthambore Travel Guide: Places to Visit, Wildlife Safari, And How to Plan a Trip - All You Need to Know

Smack in the heart of the Park stands the majestic 10th century Ranthambore Fort, a complex of temples and mosques, cenotaphs and crocodile-filled lakes. Also Read - Deepika Padukone Closely Captures Tiger Crossing Path in Ranthambore National Park-Watch

The park boasts of more than 300 species of birds but the stars of Ranthambore, clearly, are the tigers. Most of them are used to the human presence; some even pose for photographs! Also Read - Alia Bhatt Enjoys Her Jeep Jungle Safari at Ranthambore National Park, Gives Glimpse in Selfie Video

Take a walk; go for a hike; visit the villages around the park to experience a slice of rural Rajasthan culture. There’s an awful lot to do at Ranthambore.

If these pictures cannot convince you to visit it, we really don’t know what will.


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