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SafarMentor's Ranthambore tour packages cater to various interests and budgets. Whether you are looking for a family vacation, a romantic getaway, or a wildlife photography expedition, there is a package that suits your needs.j

We offer a perfect blend of adventure and luxury. You can choose from various accommodation options, including budget hotels, luxury resorts, and eco-friendly lodges. The packages include guided jungle safaris, bird-watching tours, and nature walks. You can also indulge in cultural activities like village visits and traditional Rajasthani folk performances.

Ranthambore is one of the best places in India to see the big majestic cats in the wild. Apart from tigers, the park is also home to leopards, sloth bears, crocodiles, and various bird species. The expert naturalists and guides provided by SafarMentor ensure that you have a safe and informative wildlife experience.

Our Ranthambore tour packages are designed to provide a holistic city experience. With SafarMentor, you are assured of a memorable and hassle-free Ranthambore adventure.

Best Time to Visit Ranthambore

Ranthambore in Summer (April to June) Given its position in one of India's hottest areas, Rajasthan, the summer season in Ranthambore Park boasts incomparable dry heat throughout the day. The temperature soars to 40 degrees and higher, making standing out in the sun for a few minutes difficult.

Yet, for those unaffected by such things and who like to explore, this period might be a terrific opportunity to see exotic tigers and other animal species. Also, one may relax at the beautiful Surwal Lake before seeing the Raj Bagh Ruins, Raj Bagh Talao, and other attractions.

Ranthambore in Monsoon (July to September)The rainy season at Ranthambore Park is not advised for holidays. You won't be able to see any wildlife because they'll be nesting in their homes. During this season, the majority of the core zones are also closed. Your vacation will not be a memorable one.

Ranthambore in Winter (October to March)The winter season is the greatest time to visit Ranthambore since the possibility of seeing animals are at their peak. The park is charming, and the weather is conducive to exploring.

The lush green surrounds enhance the park's beauty, while the animals emerge from their different dens to bask in the sun to fight the frigid weather. The park is loaded with flowers blooming all around, and many unusual birds may be spotted singing about on your journey.

How to Reach Ranthambore

By Air - Sanganer Airport, situated in Jaipur, is the nearest airport. The distance between Jaipur and Ranthambore is around 180 kilometres. Frequent flights to Jaipur are accessible from all major cities in India, allowing travellers to arrive safely. Visitors arriving at Sanganer Airport can take a cab or a bus to the location. The bus fare is within a reasonable level.

By Train - The nearest train station, Sawai Madhopur, is 10 kilometres away. The Sawai Madhopur railway station is well-linked to all major cities and towns. Thus travellers may easily go there by train from any place. Tourists may easily access the RNP by taking a local bus, taxi, or cab outside the railway station.

By Road - Ranthambore is well connected by state bus service from all major cities and towns. Thus people may take buses from neighbouring communities to reach the location peacefully. Apart from the official bus service, travellers can also use buses operated by local, luxury, and private operators. All of these buses make it easier for tourists to visit the area. Road travel from Ranthambore may take you to Jaipur (157 km), Delhi (417 km), Ahmedabad (657 km), Ajmer (274 km), and Jodhpur (450 km).

Major Tourist Attractions in Ranthambore

  • Ranthambore Tiger Reserve : The Ranthambore Tiger Reserve is one of the country's largest and famed tiger reserves, famous for its Bengal Tiger. It is located in the Sawai Madhopur district of Rajasthan and is part of Project Tiger reserves, set up in 1955. Ancient religious ruins and cenotaphs make it a popular spot for photographers, wildlife enthusiasts and travellers.
  • Jeep Safari Ranthambore : The best way to experience the many zones of Ranthambore National Park is on a Jeep Safari. These excursions are popular among wildlife photographers and bird watchers who want to capture exciting moments in the National Park. Jeep safaris must be reserved in advance to assure availability.
  • Akaula Region : The Akaula Region is the wildlife reserve's most thickly wooded area. It features many ponds and waterholes that keep the temperature constant, making it an ideal home for various species that thrive in chilly climates.
  • Ranthambore Fort : Ranthambore Fort is a magnificent fort erected by a ruler from the Chauhan Royal family in Rajasthan. It has been declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO and is surrounded by dense forests. It is home to traditional Rajasthani architecture with massive gates, pillars, domes, a palace and temples, and is home to birds and animals.
  • Ganesh Trinetra Temple :One of the most prominent Lord Ganesha shrines lies atop the Fort. The local post office receives and sends millions of invitation cards to the Lord Ganesha temple as individuals submit the initial invitation card to Lord Ganesh for big events such as marriages, housewarmings, and so on.
  • Surwal Lake : Surwal Lake, a stunning natural water feature, is a sight for sore eyes. It is located within the Ranthambore National Park, and the mesmerising surroundings make it worthwhile to visit. The area is also well-known for bird viewing, with various migrating species visible throughout the winter.
  • Jogi Mahal : Jogi Mahal is an iconic hunting lodge in Rajasthan, built by the royalties of Jaipur for their entertainment and recreation. It stands by the beautiful Padam Talao lake, which gets its name from the blooming lotuses in the water. It is a favourite watering hole of the animals of Ranthambore, including tigers, leopards, deer, monkeys and more.

Adventure Things To Do in Ranthambore

  • Wildlife Safari : Wildlife safaris in Ranthambore are popular among environment and wildlife enthusiasts since they allow visitors to observe diverse animals in their natural habitat. The Ranthambore National Park includes various safaris that allow visitors to experience the area in different zones. One of the most popular is seeing the beautiful tiger in its natural environment.
  • Hiking : One is supposed to hike to see the Ranthambore Fort, but the hiking and path are worth spending time in. The beauty of nature around the Fort is soothing to the eyes and makes it a perfect destination for photography and nature lovers. Once you reach the Fort, you can enjoy watching birds like eagles and vultures at eye level.
  • Hot Air Balloon Ride : Mid-September, after the monsoons to March, is the perfect time for your sky ride. Carrying binoculars and a camera to capture the beauty you have experienced from the eyes of a bird is highly suggested. This experience will renew your enthusiasm and soul.
  • Visit Kachida Valley : The Kachida Valley is located on the fringes of the Ranthambore National Park. You may spot a panther or a bear wandering around the picturesque Kachida Valley. Deers, wild boars, tigers, and other trees and flora exist.
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Frequently Asked Questions About Ranthambore Travel

Q.What is well-known in Ranthambore?
Ranthambore is well known for the Ranthambore National Park, which draws thousands of visitors annually. It is also famous for having Bengal tigers. Ranthambore also has two well-known sanctuaries: Mansingh Sanctuary and Kaila Devi Sanctuary.
Q.What can you do at Ranthambore?
To visit Ranthambore, you must go on a jeep safari in the National Park. Aside from that, you can go bird watching, hike at Ranthambore Fort, take a hot air balloon ride, sample real Rajasthani food, and stay at one of the beautiful resorts in the area.
Q.Which zone in Ranthambore is the best?
Ranthambore National Park is divided into ten zones, each a natural forest with unique beauty and animals. Zones 3 and 4 are perfect for the environment and animal lovers since they contain a variety of lakes and lush flora. All the zones provide you with an equal chance to explore the jungle and locate tigers. Whilst some areas are favourable for tiger sightings, finding a tiger is purely by chance.
Q. What can you see at Ranthambore?
Ranthambore Fort, Padam Talao, Malik Talao, Raj Bagh Talao, Rajiv Gandhi Regional Museum, Kachida Valley, Dastkar Ranthambore, Ranthambore School of Art, Wild Dragon Adventure Park, Ranthambore National Park, Mansingh Sanctuary, and Kaila Devi Sanctuary are among the top places to visit in Ranthambore.
Q.How far is it from Jaipur to Ranthambore?
Ranthambore is around 200 kilometers from Jaipur. A taxi from Jaipur to Ranthambore takes around 3 hours and 40 minutes. This is also the quickest route to get from Jaipur to Ranthambore.