Renowned by the name of a pictorial fort located inside the reserve, Ranthambore National Park is one of the most popular and the largest national parks in India. Situated at the region where Aravali Range and plateau of the Vindhyas merges, Ranthambore National Park is also touted as the former hunting ground of the Maharajas of Jaipur. The national park is also one of the most prominent tourist sites in Rajasthan, and thus, receives oodles of wildlife buffs round the year. The city of Sawai Madhopur marks the entrance of the park with a rich biodiversity flourishing around various ancient pilgrimage sites, man-made lakes and aesthetic forts.
The Pushkar Fair/Pushkar Camel Fair/Pushkar Mela is a world-famous fete that displays the vibrant and colourful hues of cities rich culture through fascinating exhibitions, compelling competitions and exquisite events. Celebrated for a whole week, Pushkar Fair is observed annually in the town of Pushkar in between the months of October and November. This beautiful fair lures a larger chunk of tourists from around the corner of the world. Not just this, Pushkar Camel Fair is reckoned amongst renowned the largest cattle fairs in the world. Besides being a popular tourist destination in Rajasthan, this spectacular fete also holds an important religious significance in the hearts of locals. Today, Pushkar Fair has become an integral part of Rajasthan tourism.