THE TIGERS OF RANTHAMBHOR

Indian Tiger – Photo Courtesy of Sunrise Birding

Ranthambhor is one of the largest national parks in Northern India and encompasses over 1300 square kilometers.  With turquoise lakes, rugged hills and over 270 bird species, this landscape is the favored habitat for one of the largest cats in the world – the critically endangered Tiger!

There are between 35 and 40 Tigers in the park this year and it is one of the best places in the world to observe this majestic cat.  We have a very good chance of seeing these magnificent animals as we drive through a park steeped in Rajasthani culture. Please join host Greg Smith on our February 2012 journey – India: Tigers, Birds and the Taj Majal!

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