If you love to have a feel of jungle in its pristine and un-touched form then you shall surely love Ranthambore National Park. Although its famous for presence of tiger but that's not guaranteed but still the presence of 2 lakes plus numerous water bodies in driving tracks will definitely entice you. We took 3 safaris but didn't saw any tiger but saw beautiful birds, countless deer and antelopes.
But the most enjoyable and memorable experience for ones senses is definitely the wilderness, scattered trees, golden bushes and the divine feeling of being with the jungle in its raw nature. One cannot escape the thought of how marvelous the whole eco system is. Water flowing in stone littered streams, trees visible in mist, twines of age old trees covering ground, birds around you without the fear of sudden attack, deer roaming with their foals. Its a place where you forget about the urban concrete and life less cities and let yourself go lost in the magic of mother nature.
After from aesthetic aspect the whole park functions in systematic manner although the slight drawback of not being able to choose the zone (total 6) you wish to see. The guides/ naturalists seemed well informed and courteous.
Overall I will put it this way that Ranthambore national park or jungle as I call it is in itself is a place to discover and if you sight a tiger then consider it as bonus !
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