The valiant Rajputs chalked out a bloody history of sacrifice and valor whence the Mughals attacked their kingdoms relentlessly. Etched on the walls of Ranthambore Fort are annals of blood baths, conquests, and defeats. The turbulent history is now a past for more peaceful status prevails. Abandoned by the rulers it became the hunting preserve of Maharajas of Jaipur. Ranthambore tiger reserve is now a conservation unit and home of magnificent tigers.
On tiger safari, one can explore the fort as well as search for the big cats and the enchanting birds and wildlife. Well known for big cats which are found in abundance in the dry deciduous forests the park is a hub of activities not only limited to wildlife safaris but the hotels in the outer ring offer luxurious stay and recreation as well. The park has been filmed often by major companies and documentary makers thanks to wonderful sightings of animals and birds.