Today, on April 25, 2018, Rajasthan Royals Team visited Ranthambore National Park in morning shift.
Rajasthan Royals are a cricket team from the city of Jaipur in the Indian Premier League. It was established in 2008 as one of the first eight IPL franchises, The Royals ownership is owned by Manoj Badale. If you are also planning to visit Ranthambore National Park then visit this link to book your trip.
The players of Rajasthan Royals participating in the IPL-11 season visited Ranthambore National Park on Wednesday. The team’s players arrived at Sawai Madhopur railway station around 5:30 pm by the luxury train “Palace on Wheel”. While traveling, Ajinkya Rahane,Krishnappa Gowtham,Dhawal Kulkarni,Heinrich Klaasen,Jofra Archer,Jaydev Unadkat,Rahul Tripathi,Sudhesan Midhun and Jatin Saxena were involved with their family members. Apart from cricket players, Rajasthan Royals CEO Rajiv Khanna was also with them.
There were 10 safari jeeps for Ranthambore National Park visit for cricket players. All the players and their families sat their jeeps and went to Jungle Safari in Ranthambore National Park. During the Jungle safari tour of the Ranthambore National park, players and other members of the team have seen the Tiger. The cricket players saw the male cub of Tigress T-60 near the Guda forest Chowki at Zone 2 in Ranthambore National Park. After this, the tiger T86 was seen near the Khemcha Kund in Zone 2. The group of some players was at Zone 4 in Ranthambore. During the jungle safari at Zone 4 in Ranthambore, the players saw T19 and her three cubs near the “Lambi ka Naala”. Apart from this they saw many wild animals in Ranthambore.
Getting one of the oldest, largest, and most amazing forts of India, which is essentially standing, is an attractive structure 700 feet above the fertile forest land, Ranthambore National Park is a widely acclaimed sanctuary. Located in the south-eastern region of Rajasthan, it is the world’s renowned National Park – the former hunting site of the Maharaja of Jaipur, which today has been converted into a main participant of tiger conservation in the form of an integral battlefield of project tiger.
Ranthambore National Park is one of the most well-known for its tiger population and is an ideal place in India to see majestic predators in the forest. Ranthambore Tiger Reserve is the largest extension of dry deciduous Anogeissus Pendula forest which has been preserved in India. There are more than 40 species of mammals in Ranthambore wildlife sanctuary, besides of this there are 320 of birds, more than 40 of reptiles and more than 300 species of plants are found. At present, according to the available data, it is home to around 65 tigers. Located between the Aravali and Vindhya of the Rajasthan state, the main species of Ranthambore are Panthera Tigris Tigris – Indian or Bengal tigers. This is the only reserve in the area where tigers can be easily seen at any time. This is the reason that this area is famous for the Tiger tourism.