About Ranthambore

The Ranthambore National Park houses the Tiger's Haven, which benchmarks the success of Project Tiger in India and showcases the endangered animal in near-natural surroundings. The Park covers over 390 sq km of forest and is a unique wildlife oasis in the midst of colourful villages. Waterfalls lakes and numerous streams, cliffs, valleys and plateaus are in vivid contrast to the rugged terrain of the Park area. The Sanctuary is home to a number of animals besides the tiger, leopards, caracals, jungle cats and various kinds of deer. Migratory birds home into the Park many lakes during the winter month and the flocks of Greylegs, Ruddy Shell duck and Pintails, among others, attract acres of bird Lovers. Around 350 species of birds inhabit the Park, many of which can often be seen flying around the resort. The Tiger villa offers you luxury and budget hospitality at a location nearest to the National Park.


By Air :- The nearest airport to Ranthambore is Jaipur, the capital of the state of Rajasthan. Jaipur is located at a distance of 140 Km from Ranthambore. You can arrive in Jaipur by flights from any major city in India, such as Delhi or Mumbai and then travel to Sawai Madhopur by train or road transport.

By Rail :- The main railway line from Delhi to Mumbai runs past Sawai Madhopur, which is connected by regular trains from cities across Rajasthan and India. You can travel to Sawai Madhopur by train and then cover the remaining 11 Km to Ranthambore by taxi.

By Road :- You can easily travel to Ranthambore by road from anywhere in Rajasthan. Both the Rajasthan Tourism Department and many private operators run road transport services to Ranthambore. You can choose from local buses, luxury coaches or private taxis to travel by road to Ranthambore National Park.

When To Go :- Best time to travel Ranthambore is between October and March.

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