Ranthambore is one of the world's finest locations to watch the majestic Tigers. Named after a 1,000 year old fortress, the dry deciduous forest is entangled in the ruins of a historic past.
It is the only place in the world where Tigers use old palaces and ruins for shelter and rest, and one of the few places where both male and female tigers play vital roles in bringing up cubs, and where they fight crocodiles and charge into lakes to kill deer. Ranthambore has evolved from a relatively unknown area to one of India's most-frequented destination. We have every reason to be proud.