Ranthambhore is situated in the Sawai Madhopur district of southeastern Rajasthan & 10km from Sawai Madhopur. This city is also known as the ‘Tiger city’ since it houses the immensely famous Ranthambore National Park. This famous national park is the best place to spot wild tigers in Rajasthan. Comprising 1334 sq km of wild jungle scrub hemmed in by rocky ridges, at its centre is the historically rich and prominent 10th-century Ranthambore Fort. Scattered around the fort are ancient temples and mosques, hunting pavilions, crocodile-filled lakes and vine-covered chhatris (burial tombs). The park was a maharajas’ hunting ground until 1970, a curious 15 years after it had become a sanctuary. The other animals which add to the exuberance of wildlife include leopards, Asian elephants, Nilagai and many beautiful birds. It boasts of the rich cultural heritage which this city carries. There are majestic forts, beautiful ponds, museums and wide variety of flora and fauna, which is bound to charm the tourists. It has rich historical significance with a relishing wildlife platter. So the tourists who are wildlife enthusiast along with an attraction for natural beauty would be allured by this attractive destination.