Ranthambore National Park Reopens for Wildlife Safaris

Ranthambore National Park Reopens for Wildlife Safaris Season to trace & spot Bengal tigers in gypsies returns ! With the withdrawal of monsoon, comes the most-awaited time of the year – the time when a treasure trove for nature lovers, wildlife enthusiasts and bird watchers reopens its door for an incredible wildlife experience. Located at 180 kms from Jaipur & 364 kms from Delhi, Ranthambhore National Park in Rajasthan reopens from Oct 1, 2014 i.e. from today for the wildlife safaris. This is one of the largest wildlife reserves in northern India to explore amazingly rich variety of flora and fauna, and experience jungle delight in the most unique way.
Ranthambore National Park Reopens for Wildlife Safaris The Ranthambhore National Park is best known for its huge density of Bengal tiger population. It is also home to a dazzling array of other animals, such as playful monkeys, dear, sloth bear, antelopes, sambhars , leopards and a huge assortment of exotic birds. Therefore, if you fail to spot a tiger, don’t be disappointed as there is a wide diversity of other enthusiastic wildlife too to experience. 🙂 The sanctuary also contains an abandoned Ranthambhore Fort, which is again a must-visit.
Ranthambore National Park Reopens for Wildlife Safaris Ranthambore offers a great experience in totality. The thrill of exploring jungles is an experience in itself and hard to describe in words. So pack your bags, binoculars, camera and get ready to have a real life Jungle Book experience.

When it comes to hosting wildlife travelers in Ranthambore, Ranthambhore Kothi is a winning name. Along with its close proximity from the park, its welcoming atmosphere and a high standard of services and modern amenities makes it a number one choice of visitors. We at Ranthambore Kothi will be more than happy to play your host and add comfort, warmth and luxury to your Jungle trip.
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To book your stay, contact us at the following address :
Ranthambhore Kothi,
Near helipad, village khilchipur, Sawaimadhopur. 322001.
Contact: 07462-252112,113,114, 09982252899, 09414030217
Email: ranthambhorekothi@outlook.com

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Monsoon Brings Closure of Ranthambore National Park

With end of oppressive summers and onset of Monsoon, all the tiger reserves and National Parks of India including Ranthambhore National Park and Sariska are closed now and will reopen for wildlife tourism from October 01, 2014, which is the annual feature of the parks for the monsoon.

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Ranthambore National Park

As per the forest officials and experts, it is this time of the year, when mating period of wild animals begins. These three months of rainy season from July to October are considered most crucial for mating of wildlife animals. During these months the wild animals turn aggressive and need complete isolation. These aspects along with other maintenance works of the Forest Department are necessary for closing of parks across the state.

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This pouring season may make you miss those chilling cacophony of languor shrieks, sambar calls, chirping of birds and the sight of a fierce tiger enjoying its prey or playing with its cubs, but the Ranthambhore Kothi still remains open to cast a spell of magic and fill your holidays with adventurous memories that you will treasure forever. With spectacular scenery all around, stunning landscape of the resort comes alive with the monsoon rain.

Ranthambhore Kothi

Ranthambhore Kothi

Ranthambhore Kothi

Ranthambhore Kothi

Plan your lovely monsoon getaway in Ranthambore at the Ranthambhore Kothi and enjoy the play of rainy clouds. For reservations and hotel bookings, you can contact us at the following address-

Ranthambhore Kothi,
Near helipad, village khilchipur, Sawaimadhopur. 322001.
Contact: 07462-252112,113,114, 09982252899, 09414030217
Email: ranthambhorekothi@outlook.com 

The Great Heron at Ranthambhore National Park

Ranthambhore, due to its varied terrain and abundance of water bodies, has an excellent population of birds, resident and migrant. In total, a list of 272 species has been documented. Some of the best locations to watch birds are Malik Talao, the Ranthambhore Fort, Rajbagh Talao, Padam Talao and in the Jhalra area.

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One of the most important and looked after bird species is the Heron. Whether poised at a river bend or cruising the coastline with slow, deep wing beats, the Great Heron is a majestic sight. This stately heron with its subtle blue-gray plumage often stands motionless as it scans for prey or wades belly deep with long, deliberate steps. They may move slowly, but Herons can strike like lightning to grab a fish or snap up a gopher. In flight, look for this widespread heron’s tucked-in neck and long legs trailing out behind.

Pond Heron

Pond Heron

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And once you recognize their slow wing beats and massive silhouettes, you’ll start to notice these birds in flight high in the sky above Ranthambhore forest as well.

Other important birds in Ranthambhore include’s Graylag Goose, Woodpeckers, Indian Gray Hornbills, Common Kingfishers, Bee Eaters, Cuckoos, Parakeets, Asian Palm Swift, Owl, Nightjars, Pigeon, Dove, Crakes, Snipes, Sandpipers, Gulls, Terns, Great Crested Grebe, Eagles, Darters, Cormorants, Egrets, Bitterns, Flamingos, Ibis, Pelicans, Storks, Pittas, Shrikes, Treepies, Crows, Orioles, Cuckoo-Shrikes, Minivets, Drongos, Flycatchers, Ioras, Wood Shrikes, Pipits, Bayas, Sparrows, Finches, Wagtails, Munias, Bulbul, Mynas, Falcons etc.

You can enjoy the sight of these terrific species of birds along with stylish and comfortable stay at Ranthambhore Kothi. A perfect base to enjoy the fabulous blend of luxuries, nature and wildlife.

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Contact for more details at the below address:

Ranthambhore Kothi, near helipad, village khilchipur,
Sawaimadhopur. 322001.

Contact: 07462-252112,113,114, 09982252899, 09414030217

Email: ranthambhorekothi@outlook.com 

Bird Watching in Ranthambhore

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Ranthambhore, because of its varied terrain and abundance of water bodies, has an admirable population of birds, resident and migrant. A whooping list of around 272 species has been documented in the park. Some of the best locations to watch birds I Ranthambhore are Malik Talao, the Ranthambhore Fort, Rajbagh Talao, Padam Talao and in the Jhalra area. The most sighted birds in Ranthambhore include Graylag Goose, Woodpeckers, Indian Gray Hornbills, Common Kingfishers, Bee Eaters, Cuckoos, Parakeets, Asian Palm Swift, Owl, Nightjars, Pigeon, Dove, Crakes, Snipes, Sandpipers, Gulls, Terns, Great Crested Grebe, Eagles, Darters, Cormorants, Egrets, Herons, Bitterns, Flamingos, Ibis, Pelicans, Storks, Pittas, Shrikes, Treepies, Crows, Orioles, Cuckoo-Shrikes, Minivets, Drongos, Flycatchers, Ioras, Wood Shrikes, Pipits, Bayas, Sparrows, Finches, Wagtails, Munias, Bulbul, Mynas, Falcons etc.

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A keen birder can easily net over 120 species in 3 days, like Szabolcs Kokay and his friends did. Though the park is great for birding but the restrictions that are placed inside the Ranthambhore National Park, may not appeal to the very serious birders. There are some great birding spots outside the park and here one can walk around, which you cannot do inside the park. In fact, some of the best birding areas are outside the tiger zones on the outskirts of the park.

While you are planning a birding tour to Ranthambhore, at Ranthambhore Kothi would be delighted to host you for a perfect wildlife experience alongside luxuries. Cocooned midst the lush green forests and edged with the soothing sight of natural water lake, Ranthambhore Kothi offers a well appointed, never to be forgotten experience, with the exciting bird watching, chance to glimpse the very rare tigers, and other incredible species in complete wild..

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