What: Wildlife / Jungle Safari
When: July – September 2018
Where: Ranthambhore, Rajasthan.
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When the heat and dust are washed away with monsoon rains, Rajasthan – the only desert state of India becomes more of a paradise as half of its cities turns lush green from dusty brown.
Wildlife and nature lovers can add another option to their list of destinations this monsoon.
With the increasing popularity of Ranthambore, which has also become the highest revenue grossing national park in India (usually closed between July 1 and September 30), the last monsoon, Ranthambore Tiger Reserve (RTR) had thrown open zones 6 to 10 for the public even during the monsoon season.
In a year, these have become popular zones of the critical tiger habitat, with reports good sightings of the big cat. “Tigers breed during all 12 months of a year. Some jungle tracks become slushy, but most of the terrain in the park is dry. Besides, opening the zones to tourism helped to check illegal grazing, cutting of forest, and other illegal activities during the monsoon as well as to monitor the movement of tigers,” wildlife experts said.
Plan your trip and let the adventure begin!