Golden Triangle Tour with Ranthambore – Visit the National Parks in the Golden Triangle of the India

The National parks are always the most preferred place for the visitors because it gives the opportunity to be with nature. These places are always convenient to travel. To observe the real beauty of nature and to spend some quality time with your family one should visit these places.

We the human beings can understand the feeling of other, but to know about feelings of animals, their habitat, way of living and how they are different from others, can be seen in the National parks. All parks are not some. They have their personality. The tickets to the parks are also affordable by the families.

The national parks can make you feel like home with the beautiful greenery and silence. Therefore the Golden Triangle Ranthambore Tour provides a trip to the other National parks of Delhi, Agra, and Jaipur. The Ranthambore National park is one the most popular park in the India situated in Sawai Madhopur district of Rajasthan.

It is in between the Aravalli and Vindhya hill range. As the National park is in Rajasthan, it opens from the month of October to the mid-June. This place is famous for the Tigers. They frequently come to the outside as they have no fear with the presence of humans. This creates the chance for the visitors to see the dangerous tigers.

The main attraction of this place is Tigers, the greenery, and other animals which attract the eyes of the photographer. Some internal facilities are also given to the visitors along with accommodations. The place reminds us the bygone eras which are spread around the jungles. The unique and mix flavor of nature attracts the eyes of the visitors who visit the Rajasthan.

The Taj Mahal with Tiger Safari package also includes the sightseeing of National park in Delhi, Agra, and Jaipur. The National parks in these places are:

  • Keoladeo National Park.
  • Sariska National Park.
  • Darrah National Park.
  • Sultanpur National park.
  • Jim Corbett National park.

The Keoladeo National Park:

It is also known as Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary which is mainly famous for the bird’s breeding and feeding. It is one the world heritage site which is home to the 370 species of birds, deer, Python and much more.

The Sariska National Park:

This place covers an area of 800 sq. Km. which consists of amazing greenery, dry forests, rocky landscape and beautiful safaris. Most of the areas are covered with the dhok trees which can accommodate several species during the bad weather.

The Darrah National Park:

It was established in the year 2004, and the total area is 200 sq km. This area is strictly reserved for the bio-diversity. Some activities like hunting, poaching and grazing are strictly restricted.

The Sultanpur National Park:

It is a famous place for the migratory and resident birds that arrive at the starting of the September month. Near about 250 species are present in the park.

The Jim Corbett National Park:

It is situated at the Nainital where 488 species of plants and variety of wild animals are present. The famous animals are like tigers, chital, sambar deer, king cobra, flying fox, pangolins, and much more.