Ranthambore Fort

Nestled within the heart of Ranthambore National Park, the imposing Ranthambore Fort bears witness to centuries of history, standing as a sentinel on a majestic hill soaring 700 feet above. Recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site under the distinguished "Hill Forts of Rajasthan," this fort is an integral part of the region's rich heritage.

Originally erected in the 10th century by the Chauhan dynasty as a fortress for security, the fort later fell under the dominion of the Delhi Sultanate in the 13th century. Steeped in Rajasthani architecture, the fort boasts towering gates, majestic domes, well-paved stone pathways, formidable walls, ancient water tanks, and ornate temples that echo the grandeur of the bygone era.

As visitors traverse through one of the seven gates – Ganesh Pol, Andheri Pol, Navlakha Pol, Hathi Pol, Satpol, Suraj Pol, and Delhi Pol – they embark on a journey through time. The Mahadeo Chhatri, Toran Dwar, and Sametonki Haveli stand as testaments to the fort's architectural brilliance, beckoning exploration.

A visit to the Ganesha Temple within the fort is a spiritual experience, attracting devotees in abundance. The temple, steeped in reverence, adds a divine touch to the fort's historical grandeur.

Beyond the historical allure, the fort offers breathtaking panoramic views of Ranthambore National Park, making every visit a visual feast. Open to all from 6:00 AM to 6:00 PM, the fort invites guests to witness the enchanting sunset, a spectacle that adds a touch of magic to the ancient stones.

Entrance to the Ranthambore Fort is free, welcoming all who seek to immerse themselves in its historical embrace. For an optimal experience, plan your visit between April and October, when the weather is most inviting, and the fort reveals its secrets against the backdrop of nature's splendor.

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.