Apart from the beautiful and eternal landscape of dunes in Rajasthan, the place is widely popular for Ranthambore National Park. The park is well known for its most revered Royal Bengal tigers and its inhabitants.
The thought of meeting and greeting the Royal Bengal Tigers might be scary and enthralling for many of us. But many researchers and wildlife enthusiasts love this place as they find it as a romantic jungle in India.
A former hunting reserve of local chieftains, Ranthambore National Park was among the first resources to be included in the Project Tiger. Spread over an area of 392 square kilometers, the Ranthambore tiger reserve park is located in the Sawai Madhopur region of Rajasthan, India. Tiger spotting is more comfortable in this park due to its small area compared to India’s other reserves. As the periphery is a protected zone, the Ranthambore Safari Booking is entirely in the hands of the forest department of Rajasthan.
Due to the most deadly infection that hit the country, in the mid of January Covid-19 pandemic has made a turnover affecting tourism in many places. In the wake of the coronavirus pandemic and consequent lockdown, the Ranthambore National Park remained closed since March. Ranthambore safari is another main attraction of the park, and if you are eager for the safari, you have to opt for Ranthambore Safari Booking to explore the jungle.
But in in the time of lockdown, an uncommon locating of a couple of caracal felines got caught in the woods trap camera at the Ranthambore National Park and turned into a viral web sensational news. Being extremely shy, they are merely seen roaming in the forest. And due to no tourist movement in the park, they felt independent and prowled freely in the jungle. They are listed as the most critically endangered species in the world.
In the local parlance, the caracal is called the ‘Siyagosh’ due to its black ear. They act as antennas, picking up distance and minute vibration. They adopt many of these characteristics to survive on the dry deciduous land of Gujarat and Rajasthan. Though the medium-sized wild cats are too shy and elusive to spot in the wild, they are the native of Africa, but luckily, Ranthambore National Park has around twenty such cats. They have tremendous speed and agility for hunting Rodents and Game birds.
Thus, plants and animals maintain the ecosystem, and it falls under our responsibility to maintain the health of our ecosystem. When a species triggers to become endangered, it is a sign that our ecosystem is out of balance. So, give some effort and time to balance the ecosystem to remain safe and healthy.
Beholding a place in wildlife travel industry in India, Ranthambore National Park is settled at the foothill regions of Aravali and Vindhya ranges. Going through the special seasons with this glorious untamed life resembles an affair with Nature. So, hit the place with full enthusiasm to explore many endangered species surviving in the deep core of the jungle.