Ranthambhore National Park

Embark on an enthralling exploration of Ranthambore National Park, a wildlife sanctuary in the heart of Rajasthan, India. Known for its rich biodiversity and, of course, the majestic Royal Bengal Tigers, Ranthambore offers an experience that lingers in the memory forever.

Tiger Sighting and Safari Experience: The highlight of Ranthambore is undoubtedly the chance to spot the elusive Royal Bengal Tigers. With activities like jeep safari and canter safari, the park promises an unparalleled wildlife sighting experience. Choose between a 6-seater gypsy or a 20-seater canter, both open from all sides, for morning and evening safaris.

Wildlife Photography Paradise: Ranthambore's diverse landscape, coupled with relatively easy tiger sightings and excellent lighting conditions, makes it a haven for wildlife photographers. Capture shots of various animals and birds against the stunning backdrop of forts, palaces, and ruins scattered throughout the park.

Flora and Fauna: The terrain alternates between dry deciduous forests and open grassy meadows, boasting about 539 species of flowering plants. The Dhok tree dominates, complemented by mango, tamarind, and banyan trees. Home to a diverse array of mammals, reptiles, and birds, Ranthambore boasts a thriving ecosystem. From Royal Bengal Tigers to leopards, sloth bears, and various deer species, the park is a treasure trove for wildlife enthusiasts. Marsh crocodiles, reptiles, and a plethora of bird species add to the vibrant tapestry of Ranthambore's biodiversity.

Safari Zones: Explore the park's ten safari zones, each offering a unique landscape and wildlife experience. From the buffer zones (1-5) to the newer zones (6-10),
witness the magic of Ranthambore through varied terrains, water holes, and diverse flora.

Zone-wise Highlights:

Zone 1

: Home to T-39 and T-57, offering numerous sightings, especially around Tuti
ka Nalla and Amreshwar Dang.

Zone 2: Important for water holes, sightings of T-19, T-22, T-72, and more. Jogi Mahal, Phuta Kot, and Nal Ghati are key points.

Zone 3: Features Padam Talab, a vantage point for T-19 and T-28 sightings. Other highlights include Jogi Mahal and High Point.

Zone 4:Known for shy cat sightings and once the home of the famous Machli. T-28, T-64, T-19, and others can be spotted at Singh Dwar, Malik Talab, and Lakkad Da.

Zone 5: Similar to Zone 4, with common spots for sightings. Singhdwar, Anatpur, and Jokha are key points. T-25, T-28, T-17, and more can be observed.

Zone 6 (Kundal): Offers different landscapes with open grasslands and mountains. Features sightings of T-34, T-39, T-57, and T-8.

Zone 7 (Chidikho): Fewer points but sightings of T-8 and T-34 have been reported at Chidikho, Jamoda, and Rajbagh Naka.

Zone 8 (Balas): T-8 and T-34 sightings, including Balas, Kherai, and Mahakho.

Zone 9 (Kuwal ji): Located at the banks of the Chakal river, home to T-42 (Fateh) and T-59. Also houses Caracals, Sloth bears, and aquatic birds.

Zone 10 (Aantri): Ideal for birding and sightings of T-13, T-42, and T-43 at Aantri, Kushalipura, and Halonda.

As you venture into the heart of Ranthambore National Park, you'll be greeted by a spectacle of nature's wonders, promising an experience that transcends the ordinary. From the mesmerizing landscapes to the thriving wildlife, Ranthambore is a symphony of sights and sounds waiting to be explored. To reserve your journey, reach out to our front desk team via intercom at extension 9 or contact our reservations team directly at +91-9116169001.