The dry deciduous park of ranthambhore lies at the confluence of Aravali and the Vindhyan hill ranges.The Chambal River forms a natural boundary of the park towards the east.
to the northeast of the park,flows the river- Banas, a tributary of Chambal.across the river banas, lies the Keladevi sanctuary,while the sawai Man Singh sanctuary lies
to the south of the park.Both these sanctuaries, along with the Ranthambhore National park, are part of the Ranthambhore tiger Reserve.

Ranthambore National Park is renowned for its wildlife,especially the Royal Bengal tigers(Panthera Tigris Tigris). The park is home to a significant tiger population,
and it is one of the best place in india to spot these magnificent big cats in their natural habitat.other notable wildlife species found in th epark include

lepards,wild boars sloth bears, sambar deer, chital (Spotted deer), Indian gazelles, indian wolves, and many spcies of birds