Have you ever imagined yourself in Jungle (Forest)? Sound interesting, let’s take a step forward and imagine yourself in Jungle, lost in dense jungle, you will get some Goosebumps. For having some adventures in my life I took a Safari tour to Ranthambore National Park in December and here I am sharing my experience of the natural jungle. The experience of the national park gave me the opportunity to connect with nature. The national park covers 392 Sq Km area and located 10 kilometers from Sawai Madhopur; a city of Rajasthan. The park is embraced in the Aravalli and Vindhya hill range.
After some of the security checks before entering the park, finally, I was in the land of the tiger!!! The place is comprised of natural resources, suspense, and mystery. On the way, there were some monkeys playing on the trees, swinging from one to another tree in their natural habitats. As I got excited to feed these monkeys but my guide advised me that not to offer any food because after all they are wild animals and can try to attack us. Further down got some dazzling peacocks were dancing in spellbound manner. I was amused totally and clicked a number of pictures of the beautiful peacock.
The wild sanctuary park is spat in 8 zones and every zone has some beautiful and natural attributes. The wildlife national park consists of the highest probability of a tiger residing in it. Zone 3 and Zone 4 have water resources-lakes and talab. There are three big lakes Padam Talab, Malik Talab, and Raj Bagh which consist of water animals like turtles, crocodiles, snakes, vipers, and chameleons. The park is home for a plethora of wild animals and birds like Tigers, Leopards, Wild Boar, Deer, Jackals, Hyenas, Sambar, Langoors, Nilgai, Common Yellow Bats, Desert Cats, Five striped Palm Squirrels, Flycatchers, Ioras, Wood Shrikes, Pipits, Bayas. The greenery of the national park attracts more than 200 species to reside in it.
My guide told me that zone 3 is the tiger’s zone so I took my bumpy ride to zone 3. Fortunately, I saw queen of Ranthambore T19 and her cubs, they were playing and scratching happily to each other and Krishna or T19 was so concerned about them. It was an appearance for some seconds only and then T19 and her cubs went in the dense bushes. I was in the thrilling state after watching her and goosebumps all over on my body. She was ferocious, strong and powerful. This, for sure, is a Ranthambore thrilling experience in all its glory. Along the way to exit, I saw painted stork, common kingfisher, and Indian Pitta. It was a sunset of National park all birds were chirping in their happy mood. And I was the way back to my hotel by taking a great adventuring and thrilling experience to wildlife.
By the time it was a day tour which has come to an end and I was with the thought of witnessing the “Heros of Jungle”. To celebrate the existence of Tigers take a tour to Ranthambore National park and make your life more adventuring.