Ranthambore National Park (Rajasthan)
About the Park
It was established in 1955 and has been a stronghold of Project Tiger and a bastion for the the dwindling tiger population in Rajasthan.
It is by far the best place to shoot tigers. The tiger population has accustomed itself to tourists and is not as vary of humans as tigers in other national parks. They have also started venturing out in daylight which is also a habit peculair to the tigers in Ranthambore.
Tiger, panther, marsh crocodile, hyena, jackal, jungle cats, caracal, marsh and spotted deer, blue-bull, chinkara antelope, black-buck, wild boar and many more smaller animals.
Crested serpent eagle, great indian horned owl, grey and black partridge, spur fowl, tree pies, flycatchers, pheasant tail jacana, painted and spoonbill stork and green pigeon.