Ranthmbore National Park a perfect Wildlife destination
Being a nature lover as well as a photographer Wildlife has remaind my priority while choosing weekend photography trips.
It was a weekend in May 2019 me and wife planned for Ranthombore National Park in Sawai Madhopur(Rajasthan)with every hope to see its beauty and ofcourse we both were hopeful to see Tiger this time.
It was a journey of almost 8 hours from Delhi and we reached at Ranthmbore by mid day.Took lunch and started for an in-depth idea into the wilds there.
It’s the famous Ranthombore Fort in Sawai Madhopur.
It was really surprising to find some uncommon birds that I would always cherish as a photographer.
It’s a Lesser Flame Backed Woodpecker.
The unique Indian Paradise Flycatcher that really was tough enough to click because it was hardly stable to shoot.
It’s again a Indian Paradise Flycatcher that I could capture through my lens.
On the next morning we went into Ranthmbore on a Canter Safari but except glimpse of few water birds we could not spot tiger that morning.
Its a Male Spotted Deer called Royal stag.
Again on the same afternoon we went into Ranthombore on a jeep safari and I would call myself lucky enough to spot a Male young tiger while he was taking rest near a water body.
Ranthombore is about 385 km away from the national capital Delhi and well connected through rail and road. Even one can fly from Delhi to Jaipur the capital of Rajasthan to reach Ranthombore by road about 190km.
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Lovely pics, thanks for sharing!
Thank you 😊
Really great pictures 🙂 Would love to take photos of the great cat someday myself.
Thank you 😊
Excellent photographs. The yawning tiger made my day.
I am so happy my photography amuses you.
Great photos, am impressed!
Thanks for the compliments dear
Hi.Thanks for sharing such beautiful images. The park seems a wonderful place to visit and take photos. Happy photography. Have a great day. Goff
Thanks a lot buddy for such inspiring words.
My pleasure. Have a great day. Goff
Thanks. Happy Tuesday. Goff