boars and other ungulates. The Marsh crocodiles bask on the shores, the Tigers are often on the prowl at the peripheries. The park is studded with small covered pavilions, ancient summer palaces and crumbling guard posts that bear mute testimony of Rajput Kingdoms and battles long forgotten. The other animals which you are sure to encounter are Leopard, sloth beer, Marsh Crocodile, sambar, Chital, Nilgai (blue bull), Wild boar, Chinkara, Jackals, Hyena, Peafowl, Tree Pies, Parakeets, Robins, Painted storks, Sandpipers, and Plovers. In all there are over 300 species of birds.
1. Ranthambhore Fort :-
Total area of the fort is about 7 miles. There is no drive way up to the fort, just the stairs. There are three big artificial lakes.
2. Fort fo Khandar :-
On the far side of the Reserve is well worth a visit. This imposing fort commands a stunning view of the area.
3. Village Tour :-
A Village tour may be great pleasure for you. Its gives you feel about the indian culture.
4. Giri Sager :-
This lake attracts thousands of migratory birds during winter and is especially exciting for bird-watchers.
5. Kachida Valley :-
These areas located in the North-Western and Northern regions of the park are ideal locations to visit if looking for Sloth Bears. These areas have a lot of ant hills, which are a favorite of the bears. Although very rarely seen themselves, the pugmarks of the Indian striped Hyenas are often seen here. Their numbers are not very large in the park.