Ranthambore National Park

A perfect travel guide crafted as per 3 Lakh+ experiences in Ranthambore National Park

Place Name:
Ranthambore

Languages spoken: English, Hindi

Area:
392 square kilometres

Currency:
Indian Rupees

Ranthambore National Park – Where Royal Tales Portray Man and Nature

True to the imperial identity of Rajasthan, the state’s Ranthambore National Park exhibits royal grandeur through its forts and historical structures. The area that once echoed with the valor of Rajput rulers is today ruled by the stately tigers (repeatedly featured in the international wildlife documentaries) that are equally charismatic and attention-worthy. A part of the Sawai Madhopur District, the park boasts of thrilling Ranthambore wildlife, forts, temples, palaces and a distinct aspect of nature illustrated by beautiful lakes, rocky hills, enticing ravines and a majestic ambiance that can be explored on Ranthambore jeep safari.

Things to See and Do

  • Enjoy Ranthambore jeep safari tour in a gypsy or bus safari tour in a canter to encounter diurnal tigers and other animals like leopard, macaque, panther, sloth bear, black buck, fox, porcupines, mongoose and many others, along with many species of reptiles and birds.
  • Visit Bakaula region inside Ranthambore National Park to experience cool weather, numerous water holes and pools and opportunities to spot wildlife at its best.
  • Kachida Valley region of Ranthambore National Park has awesome rocky outcrops and a significant population of panthers. Ranthambore wildlife like sloth bears and striped hyenas can be explored on Ranthambore jeep safari at Lakarda Anantpura region.
  • Don’t miss the chance to discover outstanding heritage in the form of Ranthambore Fort, Jain Temples and Raj Bagh ruins that can be visited using Ranthambore jeep safari.
  • Explore some enthralling lakes like Padam Talao (famous for water lilies, Ranthambore wildlife sightseeing and also for the royal structure of Jogi Mahal), Rajbagh Talao and Malik Talao (known for marsh crocodiles and kingfishers) inside Ranthambore National Park.

Visit the Ranthambore National Park between November and February for the best Ranthambore wildlife sightseeing experience. Access the region on road or by train (closest railway stations at Sawai Madhopur and Kota) or by air (closest airports at Jaipur and Kota).

How To Reach Ranthambore


By Air

The nearest airport to reach Ranthambore National Park is Sanganer Airport in Jaipur. The distance between Jaipur and Ranthambore is about 180 km and there are regular flights for Jaipur from all the major cities including, Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, Bangalore, etc. The tourists can take direct taxi or bus from Sanganer Airport to reach Ranthambore safely.

By Train

The nearest railway station that connects Ranthambore National Park to other important cities is Sawai Madhopur Railway Station, which is located at a distance of 10 km from the park. The tourists can avail local bus, taxi, or cab to reach the Ranthambore park smoothly.

By Road

Ranthambore is well connected with all the major cities and town through state bus service and it can be reached through private buses and taxis. Jaipur, Delhi, Ahmedabad, Ajmer, and Jodhpur can be easily travelled from Ranthambore.

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Place Name:
Ranthambore

Languages spoken: English, Hindi

Area:
392 square kilometres

Currency:
Indian Rupees

Ranthambore National Park – Where Royal Tales Portray Man and Nature

True to the imperial identity of Rajasthan, the state’s Ranthambore National Park exhibits royal grandeur through its forts and historical structures. The area that once echoed with the valor of Rajput rulers is today ruled by the stately tigers (repeatedly featured in the international wildlife documentaries) that are equally charismatic and attention-worthy. A part of the Sawai Madhopur District, the park boasts of thrilling Ranthambore wildlife, forts, temples, palaces and a distinct aspect of nature illustrated by beautiful lakes, rocky hills, enticing ravines and a majestic ambiance that can be explored on Ranthambore jeep safari.

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Things to See and Do

  • Enjoy Ranthambore jeep safari tour in a gypsy or bus safari tour in a canter to encounter diurnal tigers and other animals like leopard, macaque, panther, sloth bear, black buck, fox, porcupines, mongoose and many others, along with many species of reptiles and birds.
  • Visit Bakaula region inside Ranthambore National Park to experience cool weather, numerous water holes and pools and opportunities to spot wildlife at its best.
  • Kachida Valley region of Ranthambore National Park has awesome rocky outcrops and a significant population of panthers. Ranthambore wildlife like sloth bears and striped hyenas can be explored on Ranthambore jeep safari at Lakarda Anantpura region.
  • Don’t miss the chance to discover outstanding heritage in the form of Ranthambore Fort, Jain Temples and Raj Bagh ruins that can be visited using Ranthambore jeep safari.
  • Explore some enthralling lakes like Padam Talao (famous for water lilies, Ranthambore wildlife sightseeing and also for the royal structure of Jogi Mahal), Rajbagh Talao and Malik Talao (known for marsh crocodiles and kingfishers) inside Ranthambore National Park.

Visit the Ranthambore National Park between November and February for the best Ranthambore wildlife sightseeing experience. Access the region on road or by train (closest railway stations at Sawai Madhopur and Kota) or by air (closest airports at Jaipur and Kota).

+ How To Reach Ranthambore

How To Reach Ranthambore


By Air

The nearest airport to reach Ranthambore National Park is Sanganer Airport in Jaipur. The distance between Jaipur and Ranthambore is about 180 km and there are regular flights for Jaipur from all the major cities including, Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, Bangalore, etc. The tourists can take direct taxi or bus from Sanganer Airport to reach Ranthambore safely.

By Train

The nearest railway station that connects Ranthambore National Park to other important cities is Sawai Madhopur Railway Station, which is located at a distance of 10 km from the park. The tourists can avail local bus, taxi, or cab to reach the Ranthambore park smoothly.

By Road

Ranthambore is well connected with all the major cities and town through state bus service and it can be reached through private buses and taxis. Jaipur, Delhi, Ahmedabad, Ajmer, and Jodhpur can be easily travelled from Ranthambore.

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