Ranthambore is India’s largest national park and is spread across 1,334 square kilometres. This is the most preferred national park for wildlife photographers. The park is a dry jungle though, with ancient structures giving it a rustic feel. You can easily spot tigers and leopards around these structures, but there are three lakes in the park, namely Padam Talo, Raj Talao and Milak Taleo, around which cubs and tigress tend to gather. Ranthambore is open from October to June, but if a tiger is what you want to see, go here in April and May. It’s already hot in Ranthambore with temperatures reaching 35-40 degree Celsius. The nearest airport is Jaipur.