Ranthambore National Park bestows many wildlife beasts and one of the renowned wildlife sanctuaries of India. It is considered the majestic Royal Bengal Tigers and other felines- Indian Jackal, Hyena, Leopard, the most innocent mammal Deer, and Elephants. The park’s water bodies endow many reptiles and gharials, crocodiles, and a wide variety of birdlife.
For many years, the forest department has taken some steps to spread the crowd that gathers to see the wild beasts; in peak seasons, they have made some zones. Zones have been related to scattering the animals on those zones and keeping them away from the wide rush of tourists every year. At present, tourists can explore only ten zones in Ranthambore National Park. Tourists still consider the zone from 1-5 as the best to spot the wild beasts. But if we see, 6-10 zones also give shelter to many beasts to live in their natural habitat.
Tigers, T-34, T-39, T-57, and T-8, known for their hunting records and ability to catch the prey using outstanding techniques, live in zone number 6. They were best spotted near Kala Pani, Khabli, and Soleshwar. This zone also allows seeing the beautiful birdlife of this park.
Zone 7 provides shelter to tigers T-8 and T-34, with the best spotting areas- Chidikho, Jamoda, Kushalipura, Rajbagh Naka. Zone 9 is located 45 mins from the banks of the Chakal river and the center of the tiger reserve. This zone is the sole home to T-42, who is an aggressive male. Before that, obtain a permit for Ranthambore Safari Booking to enter these zones. He had once threatened the vehicle of the forest department and allegedly killed a sloth bear too! This zone also allows seeing the Caracals- the rarest animal and the most endangered too, Sloth bears and aquatic birds.
Now the government has planned to open five more safari zones in this Ranthambore National Park for jungle safari. This will give the tourists more opportunity to see the tigers roaming near them. Photographers will be excited to visit the park more often; this will increase the number of tourists at this place every year. The safari zone will reach 15 from 10, making the dazzling tiger reserves of India.
As the government asserted that 20% of the total land had been given to the tourists, this cannot be extended to maintain peace and order in the jungle. The wild beasts need some specific territory privately occupied by them; no tourists are lower to enter the area. This small area is open for jungle safari in Ranthambore National Park, the most attractive tourist spot. They can see the felines on an open gypsy. So, pack your bags and come to this place with the rarest views of the wild felines and the nature falling them.