Ranthambore National Park

Ranthambore National Park is the biggest and the most popular national park in the state of Rajasthan with an expanse of 1,334 km2. Other than the wild animals, you also get to see a fort and a temple at high altitudes. At this park, you go through the hilly trek that makes the trip even more swashbuckling. When you traverse this land, you feel totally elated and you get to see some of the most magnificent creatures.

At this national park, you get to do a very insightful safari and see the tigers and other creatures from a very close distance. Other than the rocky terrain, you also get to see the dry forest, open bushlands along with lakes and streams. Ranthambore is a part of Khathiar-Gir’s dry deciduous forest and ensconces wildlife perfectly. Once you come to this reserve, you get to enjoy the wildlife to its fullest.

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Best Places To Visit In Ranthambore

Besides the wildlife, there are many other things that you can see in Ranthambore. This is a place that lets so see some beautiful flora, fauna, and everything else that’s made to mesmerize. Once you come to this place, you realize that a wildlife reserve could also offer so many attractions.

Ranthambore Fort

Located right in the centre of the reserve, the fort allows you to see some visually stunning views of the entire area. After coming to this place, you see the ruins that were once the royal palace of the erstwhile kings here. This place truly reminds you of the quintessential monuments that give you a sneak peek into our rich history.

Padam Talao

Padam talao or talab means lotus pond in English. Besides lotus flowers, there are many other things that you see around this sublime water body. You can see spotted dear, chital, and other species here. It also allows you to see some rare species of birds, along with tigers, gharials, and other animals.

Malik Talao

In total, there are 3 lakes here and this is the second one we’re telling you about. At this place, you are able to do much more and observe the wildlife from a closer distance. Once you come here, you get totally astounded after seeing the rich flora here. It enthrals in every way and helps you get closer to the wildlife here.

Raj Bagh Talao

The last one is raj bagh talao and it is equally breathtaking as the other two earlier. After seeing this lake, you are able to be more take pictures of the scenic environs here. Also, when you get to have a very lively tour that keeps in your memories for a very long time. This place excites people of all ages in the same amusing manner.

Rajiv Gandhi Regional Museum

The very first sight of the museum tells you that you’re going to see some awesome things inside. Also, you get to obtain great knowledge as well and make your visit absolutely worth it. From artefacts to precious stones and primitive relics, you see many things here. It is indeed a museum that you should visit at least once.

Kachida Valley

Located at the outskirts of Ranthambore National Park, this area has become a hub for leopards that are ousted by the tigers in the big reserve. Besides the big cats, you also get to see sloths who mostly dwell in the trees while feeding on large ants and bees. It is a great place to do wildlife photography and the surroundings are beautiful.

Dastkar Ranthambore

Dastkar is an NGO and they started a project here to support the livelihood of the rural people here 20 years ago. Today, it is a famous hub where you get to see artworks and handicrafts done by local women. Here, you get to see some excellent work done by the people of Sawai-Madhopur and get closer to the creative rural art.

Ranthambore School of Art

This is a place where you get to see some brilliant paintings of tigers and other wild animals. You can also find other works of art that gravitate towards wildlife and its conservation. It might look like a small institution from the outside, but inside, you get to some real talent. You are able to see some amazing work made with great efforts.

Wild Dragon Adventure Park

As the name makes it quite clear, this is an amusement park where you get to many things. It is a great place if you want to entertain your kids and the whole family. You can enjoy zorbing, water slides and various other activities here. Also, it is located at an amazing location from where you get to see the hills and forest of Ranthambore.

Raj Bagh Ruins

This place is located between the Raj Bagh Talao and Padma Talao. As the name suggests, it is a place where you see ancient ruin structures that were once majestic and royal. Even in dilapidated conditions, they have a quaint charm that attracts many tourists. It is also a hideout for Bengal tigers and many other animals.

Best Time to Visit Ranthambore

For experiencing an adventurous wildlife safari, it is a must that you visit the park at the right time when the tigers are frequently moving about. To sight the maximum number of tigers here, you come just before the rainy season between the month of April and June.

However, you must keep in mind that it is usually very hot at this time here and that’s exactly why tigers come out in search of water. You also have good chances of seeing the big cats in winter but then, it is very freezing and foggy here.

The park is closed during the months of monsoon which are July, August, and September. It is also the mating season for tigers and there’s a lot of water inside the reserves that make the safari next to impossible.

February to June– Recommended Months for Tiger Spotting (you should be prepared for the hot temperature)

July, August & September– Park is Closed for Tourists

October– Should be avoided since there are still water logs obstructing the movements of tigers.

November, December, & January– Usually very foggy and freezing still give fair chances of spotting

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Ranthambore National Park Safari timings in Ranthambore

S.No                     Month                               Morning Time                       Evening Time             
1 1st October to 31st October 6.30 AM to 10.00 AM 2.30 PM to 6.00 PM
2 1st November to 31st January 7.00 AM to 10.30 AM 2.00 PM to 5.30 PM
3 1st February to 31st March 6.30 AM. to 10.00 AM 2.30 PM to 6.00 PM
4 1st April to 15th May 6.00 AM to 9.30 AM 3.00 PM to 6.30 PM
5 15th May to 30th June 6.00 AM to 9.30 AM 3.30 PM to 7.00 PM


Charges for the Ranthambore Safari:


Vehicle: Indian Nationals: Foreign Nationals:
Jeep (6-Seater): INR 2200 per passenger INR 3500 per passenger
Canter (20-Seater) INR 1200 per passenger INR 2500 per passenger

Charges for the Special Safari:


Vehicle: Indian Nationals: Foreign Nationals:
Half-Day Safari. INR 35000 per Jeep. INR 56000 per Jeep.
Full-Day Safari INR 50000 per Jeep INR 72000 per Jeep

The booking can be done prior to 7 days of the visit, however, there’s a tatkal/instant quota available as well.


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Frequently Asked Questions

The best way to reach Ranthabore National Park is through train. The nearest railway station is Sawai Madhopur which is one of the district headquarter in Rajasthan located around 14 km away from the national park. Ranthambore National Park is well connected from the major cities of India and you can travel by road also. If you are coming by flight, the nearest airport is Jaipur airport located 180 km away.
Yes, Ranthambore National Park remains open during the monsoon seasom for tourism. However some of the safari zones that are 1-5 remains closed.
4-5 days in Ranthambore National Park would be sufficient where you can enjoy enough number of tiger safaris. However, you can extend or decrease your stay as per your convenience.
Snaptours would be doing the booking of the tiger safari on your behalf to offer you a hassle free experience.
Yes, children are allowed for the jungle safari in the national park. The child below the age of 5 years would be having the free entry however, children above the age of 5 years will be requiring a separate safari pass.
No, private vehicles are not allowed for jungle safari due to safety reasons. You can enjoy the jungle safari on the vehicles registered with forest department. However, you can take the private vehicles in the park upto Ganesh Temple and Ranthambore Fort.
There are 10 safari zones in the Ranthambore National Park.
Ranthambore National Park is famous for Royal Bengal Tigers. Other than that you can see other wild animals also such as caracal, leopard, wild cat, striped hyena, spotted deer, sloth bear, marsh crocodile and langur etc.
You can see tigers in the winter as well as summer season. In the winter months of November to February you will be seeing tigers under the sun. However, in the summer months of March to June, the more chances of seeing a tiger will be near waterholes.
You can visit Trinetra Ganesh Temple, Ranthambore Fort, Safari at Chambal River, Ranthambore Museum and Surval Lake to watch different species of birds.
We at Snaptours offers you the customized tour package where you can opt to add or eliminate any of the tourist attraction near Ranthambore.
Morning Safari Timings: 7.00 Am to 10.30 Am
Evening Safari Timings: 2.30 Pm to 6.00 Pm
There could be the variation in the time for about half an hour which will depend on the season as in winters the days are shorter as compared to summers.
You should wear the sober clothes during the jungle safari. It is recommended that you should wear the clothes of environment friendly colours such as olive green or forest khaki. You should avoid wearing heavy clothes while doing jungle safari.

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