165 km from Jaipur which is the nearest airport. Nearest railhead is Sawai Madhopur (12 km)
Best time to visit :
October to March. The Park is closed from June to October. While May and June are hot, the increasing scarcity of water as summer approaches makes wildlife sighting easier as the animals flock to the waterholes.
Minimum stay recommended :
2 to 3 nights.
Minimum stay recommended : Day 1 : Jaipur - Ranthambhore (Sawai Madhopur)
After breakfast depart by car for Tiger Country - Ranthambhor. Enroute visit the quaint town of Tonk - famous for watermelons and applique felt rugs. Arrive Ranthambhor in time for lunch and transfer to your jungle lodge. At dusk you will take a jeep safari in the heart of the Sanctuary to track the Royal Bengal Tiger! An opportunity to discover other wildlife which abounds here - spotted deer, sambar, nilgai, wild boar... Return to the lodge for supper by a roaring fireside, and retire with the sounds of the jungle in your ears.
Day 2 : Ranthambhore Safari
Be up early at dawn for another foray into the Sanctuary by jeep. Return to the lodge for a hearty breakfast after an exciting trip in the jungle. Relax in the tranquil atmosphere of the lodge and learn interesting facts from the resident naturalist. A safari at dusk will take you on another exciting trail of discovery. Overnight at the lodge.
Day 3 : Ranthambhore - Jaipur
After breakfast depart 165 kms by road to Jaipur for convenient connections to Delhi or Mumbai.
TOUR COSTS : From USD 290.00 per person for a minimum of 2 persons travelling together. Cost includes all meals in the sanctuary, jungle safaris as mentioned, a private car for transfers between Jaipur and Ranthambhore.
The Sanctuary is an oasis, located in the center of India's popular holiday destination, Rajasthan. this sanctuary was developed ideally under the project Tiger, to preserve Tiger, the royal creature. Today, besides the tiger, other animals that have made Ranthambore their home are antelopes, nilgai, sambhar, chital, sloth bear, wild boar, chinkara and marsh crocodiles. You also see Sambhars in abundance at the park. Ranthambore also boasts of a large variety of bird life.
The landscape and bushland of Ranthambore caters other inhabitants of the sanctuary such as marsh Crocodiles, Hyenas, Jungle Cats Chital, Nilgai, Chinkara and Sloth Bears. Apart from this, 264 species are present of the avian population. Ranthambore Wildlife Sanctuary thus offers a unique natural experience.
The Tiger Villa
Dev Vilas Resort
Ranthambhor Padam Talao
Tiger in Ranthambore National Park
Ranthambhore can be visited both from Jaipur and Agra by road. You can combine it with your Golden Triangle Tour and make it your fourth golden destination! Ranthambhore is wild! The Ranthambhore fort is dramatically located atop a hill overlooking the jungle. The chances of tiger sighting is good as there are many water bodies where tigers and a host of other wild life can be easily spotted. The Park is a photographer’s dream.