The absolute old-world charm of culture, the feeling of royal ness, and the exquisiteness of the architecture are the things we experience while traveling to Rajasthan. But are these the only things for which Rajasthan is famous? Oh! We are not talking about the hippie vibes in Pushkar or about the dunes’ landscapes; those are pretty standard things to know about Rajasthan.
Are you planning for a trip to Rajasthan, don’t forget to visit one of the world’s famous wildlife sanctuaries, the Jim Corbett National Park. The park is well known for the Royal Bengal Tiger, and tourists from every corner of the globe make a stopover at this park.
Among the entire wildlife sanctuaries in the world, Jim Corbett National Park stands uniquely and will always be written in golden letters in history pages. Situated in the Sawai Madhopur district of Rajasthan, the place is well known for its star attraction- the Royal Bengal tigers.
Away from the human settlements, there live some tigers who claim their fair share of stardom and fandom, just like the celebrities do in this world. If you do the few safaris in the park in the different zones, you will most probably get the sighting of the Tiger.
Besides the Ranthambore National Park, few places also attract many tourists across the globe throughout the year.