80 + Bengal Tigers
Ranthambore tiger reserve is home to more than 80 Bengal tigers
130 + Indian Leopards
Ranthambore national park is where more than 130 Indian leopards dwell in the forest
40 Mammal Species
Ranthambore jungle safari offers you a chance to spot around 40 mammal species
320 Species of Birds
With 320 birds, Ranthambore is a bird lover's and photographer's heaven
50 Kinds of Butterflies
Ranthambore offers you to be surrounded by 50 varities of butterflies
With our affordable packages, you can experience spectacular wildlife
Services we offer
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Ranthambore Wildlife Tour Packages
Here are some Ranthambore wildlife tour packages to make your trip exciting and memorable!
1 Nights / 2 Days
Ranthambore Weekend Tour
Enjoy a terrific weekend in Ranthambore with our specifically designed 1 Night 2 Days packages, which are ideal for individuals who do not want to disrupt their hectic weekdays.
2 Nights / 3 Days
Ranthambore Safari Tour
Have an economical tiger safari with our budget trip package, which guarantees a superb safari experience without compromising safety and cleanliness.
3 Nights / 4 Days
Ranthambore Honeymoon Tour
Enjoy an exciting honeymoon in Ranthambore, which will provide you with a pleasant environment, romantic weather, a sweet stay, and the thrill of seeing tigers with your partner.
5 Nights / 6 Days
Ranthambore & Pench Tour
Enjoy a terrific weekend in Ranthambore with our specifically designed 1 Night 2 Days packages,
Book Your Jeep Safari !
"Come and enjoy an amazing Jeep safari at Ranthambore National Park! See Bengal Tigers in their natural habitat. Book your spot now for an unforgettable adventure in this beautiful park. Don't miss out, experience the magic of Ranthambore National Park Safari!"
Ranthambore Tiger Reserve
Explore the details below about Ranthambore tiger reserve and the adventure that you will have there
The Ranthambore National Park is well-known for its Bengal tigers and the old Ranthambore fort. The fort was once ruled by people, but now it is dominated by the Bengal tigers.
Ranthambore can be visited throughout the year, including the winter, summer, and monsoon seasons. During the winter and summer seasons, all of the zones are open. During the monsoon, however, only buffer zones are accessible.
Ranthambore National Park's magnificent birds enhance the beauty of the woodlands and sky. The birds also provide a wonderful melody that acts as pleasant background music while exploring the Pench Tiger Reserve.
Ranthambore Safari Zones
The 10 Zones
Ranthambore tiger reserve consisit of 10 safari zones where the great mammals, birds, reptiles, and butterflies dwell.
Nearby Palces To Visit
Along with the tiger safari, you may participate in the exploration tour around the other tourist places near Ranthambore
Ranthambore in Winter
During the winter, the beautiful Ranthambore national park provides a refreshing breeze. It is an ideal time for landscape photographers to practise their craft without breaking a sweat.
Ranthambore in Summer
Summer is the best time to visit the Ranthambore Tiger Reserve if you love Bengal tigers and don't psyche about the warm air.
Ranthambore in Monsoon
The monsoon begins the process of turning the Ranthambore Tiger Reserve into a greenish landscape that was gone due to the summer.
Frequently Asked Questions
Ranthambore National Park is famous for its population of Royal Bengal Tigers. It is one of the best places in India to spot these magnificent creatures in their natural habitat.
The park is divided into several safari zones. These include Zone 1 to Zone 10, with each offering a unique wildlife viewing experience. The specific zones you can visit may depend on your safari booking and availability.
Yes, it is highly recommended to hire a local guide for your safari. They are knowledgeable about the park's wildlife and can enhance your experience by providing insights and helping you spot animals.
Essentials include comfortable clothing, a hat, sunscreen, binoculars, a camera, and a valid ID. It is advisable to carry some snacks and water as well.
Yes, there are various accommodations ranging from luxury resorts to budget-friendly options available in the vicinity of the park. It is advisable to book your stay in advance, especially during the peak tourist season.
The nearest airport to Ranthambore National Park is in Jaipur City which is situated around 200 km away.
Yes, you can definitely indulge in birdwatching in and around Ranthambore National Park. While the park is primarily known for its Bengal Tigers and other wildlife, it is also a fantastic destination for bird enthusiasts. The park and its surrounding areas are home to a diverse range of bird species.