In Ranthambore National Park, Rajasthan, tigers rule the forest. Ranthambore National Park is a land of about 400 square kilometers in Rajasthan, where these tigers reside, roaming amidst the lush greenery of various animal birds as well as the jungle. Unfortunately, due to its dwindling population, seeing a tiger is a matter of luck, but it is still one of the few places on Earth where you can see tigers in their natural habitat. A jeep safari in the park is not only an exciting adventure, but a chance to see nature in its most spectacular form. It makes people realize the importance of conserving endangered species to balance the Earth’s ecosystem. The national park is also home to many historical structures, including the magnificent Ranthambore Fort, several temples, mosques, lakes and hunting pavilions. The villages in and around the park give you a glimpse into the simple life led by the local people of Ranthambore. Take a walk in the villages, and you will be mesmerized by the vibrant culture of Rajasthan, where you will feel that the state lives for publicity.