When: 01 October, 2016.
Where: Ranthambore National Park, Sawai Madhopur, Rajasthan
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Ranthambore National Park re-opens on 01 October, 2016.
First week of October is a very crucial week for all Tiger lovers in India. They eagerly await the re-opening of the national parks after the three long month closure due to monsoons. Even before the Tiger sightings, the first few pug marks generate mental celebration as that is information enough on the well-being of the beloved Tigers! Ranthambhore and Kanha National Parks this year will open to full houses practically in terms of Tiger sightings. The Tigers have given a lot of hope for a wonderful season ahead for those interested in sighting Tigers this year. Ranthambhore on the other hand has retained everything as of last year. Bandhavgarh and Tadoba are anticipating a big opening on 15th Oct, and Corbett in mid November.
The Ranthambore National Park is all set to reopen for the season on 01 October, 2016 after a long monsoon break. Every year Ranthambore National Park remains closed for three month during the monsoons i.e July, August and September. Although Jungle safari zones 6 to 10 remain open for tourists for monsoon safaris. But the post monsoon period visit to Ranthambore National Park is always more promising. Amidst all excitement, lest we forget the legendary Ranthambore tigress Machhli, India’s most famous tigress Queen of Ranthambhore ‘Machhali’ T-16 who passed away on August 18, 2016. She was found dead in a densely forested patch near a luxury resort at fringe of the Ranthambhore National Park that was last territory of her life. Machhali was the longest surviving Tigress in the Ranthambore National Park and she had crossed the age of 19. The Legendary Ranthambore tigress ‘Machhli’ was one of the most photographed Tigers in the world, and her absence shall always remain.