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Park Fact & Figures | Ranthambore National Park

Park Fact & Figures | Ranthambore National Park

National Park Total Area

Established in

275 km² core area

392 km² including buffer zone

Tiger Reserve area: 1334 km²

Year 1980

Altitude

Terrain

215 to 505 meters above sea level

Dense tropical dry forest, open bushland and rocky terrain interspread with lakes and streams.

Eco Region

Best Season

Kathiarbar-Gir dry deciduous forests

Between November to March

Coordinates

Closed

26°3'0?N 76°26'7”E

In Monsoon

Languages

Hindi, Rajasthani and English

  Temperature:

Months

Morning

Afternoon

October-March

10-15 º Celsius

20-25 º Celsius

April

20-25 º Celsius

30-35º Celsius

May-June

30-35 º Celsius

40-45 º Celsius

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