Ranthambore National Park Encourages Monsoon Wildlife Safaris: Zones 6 to 10 remain open

Ranthambore Safari

Ranthambore National Park is famous for tigers and other wildlife not only in India but all over the world. Ranthambore safari booking is the main source for wildlife viewing. There is often a misconception among the people that Ranthambore is closed in monsoon whereas zone 6 to 10 of Ranthambore remains open even in monsoon.

Yes, you can enjoy safari in Ranthambore even during monsoon. One can book safari in Ranthambore online even during monsoons. For Ranthambore safari booking, you have to provide your government photo ID safari date and safari shift.

Jungle safari during monsoon in Ranthambore National Park makes your trip more exciting. In monsoon, the forest of Ranthambore is covered with green sheets, valleys and streams and waterfalls flow, as if it were heaven.

Yes it is true that zones 1 to 5 of Ranthambore are closed during monsoon but tourism activities continue in zone 6 to 10. The monsoon season in Ranthambore is July, August and September. All the zones of Ranthambore are open for safari from 1st October.

This is a great opportunity for those who are traveling to Rajasthan during monsoon or want to see wildlife and nature. The fun of jungle safari in the rainy season is different from other days safari and this safari experience makes your trip memorable. 

Ranthambore Monsoon Safari

 You must be aware that Ranthambore is surrounded by Aravalli and Vindhya hills and it is a dry deciduous forest area. Most of the Dhonk trees are found here which turn green within seven days of rain. This feature of this forest makes this park beautiful. The forest is covered with greenery and the sound of waterfalls and birds make a melodious music.

Apart from the jungle safari in Ranthambore National Park, there is also an ancient fort which is famous by the name of Ranthambore Fort. The Ranthambore Fort is worth a visit and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. This fort is quite ancient and is situated amidst Ranthambore National Park. The famous Ganesh temple is also located in the Ranthambore fort. Thousands of people come here every day to get acquainted with the history of this ancient fort. A beautiful view of the national park is visible from the Ranthambore Fort.

Apart from this, other places to see in Ranthambore during monsoon are Amreshwar Mahadev Temple, Sita Mata Temple and Jhojeshwar Temple which has high waterfalls. Overall Ranthambore National Park is worth visiting during monsoon.

Monsoon Travel Tips: There are a few things you should keep in mind while traveling in monsoon. Do not forget to bring raincoat, umbrella, mobile cover etc. with you while traveling in monsoon. Do not go to places and roads that you are not aware of. Take an authorized guide of tourism department or forest department with you during local sightseeing tour.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Which zones of Ranthambore Tiger Reserve are open for monsoon safaris?

Zone 6 to 10 of Ranthambore Tiger Reserve is open for monsoon safaris, which is a great opportunity to spend a monsoon wildlife vacation in Rajasthan.

What are the chances of spotting tigers in Ranthambore during monsoon?

Ranthambore Tiger Reserve is one of the best places for monsoon jungle safari in India. Safari is being organized by the Forest Department in Ranthambore for the last few years. Ranthambore is very attractive in monsoon, due to which there is a good number of tourists. During monsoon the nature gets refreshed and rivers, waterfalls etc. start in Ranthambore. Wildlife often lives near water bodies, making tiger sightings more likely to occur even in monsoons.

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Monday, 26 September 2022