Ranthambore National Park, India (PRWEB) May 31, 2014
The Ranthambore National Park closes each year from June to October. It is best for adventure travelers to plan a visit between November and May, during the dry season when it is easier to see the tigers. The weather is much cooler and more comfortable in the winter and spring.
Visitors to the reserve can expect to take an early morning and afternoon Jeep drive to the park. The Reserve is proud to be one of the country's leading protectors of the tigers. In addition to tigers, visitors may see crocodiles, wild boar, hyena, leopards, sloth bears, and over 300 species of birds over 240 square miles of breath-taking scenery.
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