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Walk down the path to the heritage of Rajasthan and experience wildlife at the gateway to Ranthambore.

Home to Bengal Tiger, Ranthambore National Park is spread over 1334 square kilometres and is one of the finest tiger reserves nestled at the junction of the world’s oldest mountain ranges: Aravalli’s and Vindhya ranges. The wild forests of the Ranthambore region were the hunting grounds of Maharajas of Jaipur. Today, it exists as one of the largest tiger reserves in India, blessed with a varied species of flora and fauna.

The park is also home to a large variety of other animals, including sambar deer, panthers, crocodiles, jungle cats, civets, wild boar, sloth bears and leopards, and is a paradise for birdwatchers to explore more than 250 species of birds nesting there.

Destination Details

Travel Period – October till Mid-April. Park is closed from 01 July till 30 September every year.

Inspiration - Ranthambore national park, Ranthambore fort, Khandhar fort, Ghushmeshwar temple, Amreshwar Mahadev

Number of Days - 03 nights / 04 days

Highlight - Morning & evening safari through the Ranthambore national park

Best for - Heritage sight-seeing and an immersive wildlife experience

Social Impact - Tree plantation & visiting local NGOs

Why should you travel to Sawai Madhopur?

Sawai Madhopur is a city of historical significance and unparalleled natural beauty. Cuddled by the Aravallis and Vindhya ranges, this place is an ideal fanciful getaway for adventure tourism in Rajasthan. The iconic attractions like the Ranthambore Fort and the national park ensure an off-beat experience for the travellers visiting Sawai Madhopur.


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