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My encounter with nature in Ranthambore

Amidst the constant hustle and bustle of the city, I started craving for an escapade. I am in love with adventures that relate to nature at its best.  The feeling of attachment with nature, wilderness and peace are always a refreshing change.

Without much of a dilemma, we zeroed in on the Ranthambore National Park for a quick but thrilling weekend break. The time was limited and the yearning for nature was strong so all we did was pack our bags for the royal yet rustic Ranthambore.

Ranthambore National Park.

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Ranthambore National Park is located near the town of Sawai Madhopur and has always been the favourite hunting area for the royals families. The Ranthambore National Park is famous for tigers whose population has been dangerously dwindling over the past few decades. This place is also the wild habitat for numerous other animals such as the leopard, hyena, sloth bear, wild boar and many other species.

Right after reaching Ranthambore from Delhi we were transported to the resort for refreshments and a little rest so that we were ready for the adventure that awaited us later that day.  Post lunch we all got into our respective jeeps ready for the jeep safari into the wilderness of the jungles.

The tiger is an elusive creature and tracking it down isn’t a cakewalk at all. We saw many Tiger pugmarks and eagerly waited to see any tiger or tigress surface out of nowhere and all of a sudden we did encounter the majestic beast in its utmost charisma. We followed its suit until it vanished into the woods. The thrill and excitement of that moment are going to remain etched in my memories forever.

After the exhausting yet exhilarating jeep safari, we returned to our resort and got ready to assemble for the bonfire. The whole ambiance was utterly relaxing and rejuvenating.  The dinner was served and it was the perfect end to our whole day of adventure.

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Ranthambore Fort

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After a refreshed night’s sleep, we woke up to a lovely morning to explore the Ranthambore Fort. The Ranthambore Fort lies within the Ranthambore National Park and has been declared as a World Heritage Site in Rajasthan. The fort is massive and majestic. The best part, of course, is the fact that the fort is surrounded by greenery and exudes a tranquil charm. The fort looks surreal amidst such greenery and gives an eerie yet regal feel.

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Ranthambore School of Art

The Ranthambore School of Art is located within the Ranthambore National Park premises and is dedicated to wildlife conservation through the powerful medium of art. The Ranthambore School of Art and Wildlife Conservation was founded by Mr. M.D. Parashar, an Indian wildlife photographer and painter who has dedicated his work for the conservation of wildlife in this region. The paintings are so realistic and breathtakingly beautiful that for once we couldn’t determine whether they are pictures or paintings.

Our weekend trip was a completely fulfilling one and comprised of adventure, art, relaxation and fun. With Shoes on Loose we were able to find the perfect itinerary for the limited time at our disposal.  I am very satisfied with the services provided and would highly recommend Shoes on Loose to anyone who would like to use their time judiciously to carve out a great travel experience.

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