Ranthambore Tiger Reserve-Rajasthan India
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Ranthambore Tiger Reserve


About:

Ranthambore National Park is one of the biggest and most renowned national park in Northern India. The park is located in the Sawai Madhopur district of southeastern Rajasthan, which is about 130 km from Jaipur. Being considered as one of the famous and former hunting grounds of the Maharajas of Jaipur, today the Ranthambore National Park terrain is major wildlife tourist attraction spot that has pulled the attention of many wildlife photographers and lovers in this destination.

Sanctuary :

Tiger Reserve



Area :

392 km2 (151 sq mi)



Year Of Establishment :

1980



Address of the Official Incharge :

Ranthambhore Tiger Reserve, District- Swai Madhopur,, Rajasthan-322001



Phone No :

07462-220223(O)



Fax No :

220223, 221430(Pvt.)



Email :

cffdswm@sancharnet.in



Temperatures :

35 and 47 degrees centigrade



Nearest Town :

Jaipur



Time to Visit :

November to April



Animal in Ranthambore Tiger Reserve

Tigers, Leopards, Striped Hyenas, Sambar deer, Chital, Nilgai, Common or Hanuman langurs, Macaques, Jackals, Jungle cats, Caracals, Sloth bears, Black bucks, Rufoustailed Hare, Indian Wild Boar, Chinkara, Common Palm Civets or Toddy cat, Coomon Yellow Bats, Desert Cats, Fivestriped Palm Squirels, Indian False Vampires, Indian Flying Foxes, Indian Foxes, Indian Gerbilles, Indian Mole Rats, Indian Porcupines, Longeared Hedgehogs, Ratels, Small Indian Mongoose, Small Indian Civets and Common mongoose.

Resorts in Ranthambore Tiger Reserve

Vanya Vilas Resort

Nestling in the natural beauty of the wilds, The Oberoi Vanyavilas is India’s leading luxury jungle resort on the edge of the Ranthambhore Tiger Reserve. The perfect base from which to explore the territory of the majestic tiger. Tiger sightings are most frequent during the months of May and June. While it is warm during the day, mornings and evenings are pleasant. The resort setting is picture-perfect with a dramatic watercourse and sun-kissed private decks. The luxury tents with finely embroidered canopies, luxurious bathrooms and private outdoor sitting area and an outside deck as sunbathing area are in perfect contrast to the ruggedness of the jungle

Aman - I Khas

A wilderness camp of 10 tents set on the edge of Rajasthan’s Ranthambore National Park, Aman-i-Khás combines aman, the Sanskrit word for ‘peace’, with khás, meaning ‘special’ in Hindi and Urdu. Surrounded by the starkly beautiful Aravalli Hills, the camp provides access to the wildlife of Ranthambore National Park which measures a total of 1,334 square kilometres. Guests of Aman-i-Khás can also explore the region’s ancient forts and colourful rural villages nearby.

Taj Sawai Madhopur Lodge

Taj Sawai Madhopur Lodge, the beautiful hunting lodge statically located just near the Ranthambore wildlife sanctuary, it hardly take 20 mins to reach the Park. The hotel covers an area of 12 acres which includes lush green lawns and beautiful gardens and the cottages. Taj Swai Madhopur Lodge is has total 29 elegantly appointed guestrooms including suites. All guestrooms and suites embody rustic style and comfort. The room category includes Standard, Superior, Junior suite and winter tents. Standard Rooms - Long ago ministers as well as royals accompanying the Maharaja, used to stay in these rooms. Spacious and comfortable and well equipped with guest amenities. Superior Rooms - Spacious, rustic rooms with view overlooking the lush gardens. Junior Suites - Rich in history, these spacious rooms are part of the original 1930-1935 accommodation, used by the Maharaja of Jaipur and his personal guests. In fact, Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip once stayed in these suites on their visit to Sawai Madhopur. Winter Tents - Pitched during October to March, these spacious tents offer private sit outs overlooking the main garden and air cooler/heat convector. Every tent has a canopied bedroom with a permanent structured dressing room and bathroom. Each tent is secured with a lockable door.

Dev Vilas Resort

Welcome to Dev Vilas, your abode during your visit to Ranthambhore National Park. The inspiration behind this venture is my mother Dev Kumari, to honor the strength and confidence instilled in me by her, the building is named Dev Vilas that means, "Abode of Dev". Set in three and a half acres of land, the building in Indo-Saracen style takes a cue from the Shikaar or hunting lodges built by the Maharajahs. It follows the traditional architectural lines, inspiring romance and adventure and is located nearest to the entrance of the National Park.

Khem Vilas Resort

Khem Villas is established on land that Goverdhan purchased in 1989 and converted into a wilderness area planting indigenous trees and creating open grasslands and small water bodies, spread over an area of 10 acres it has become a habitat in itself. It is common to see jackals, jungle cats, hyenas, desert fox, hares etc. within the camp grasslands. As it is close to the park one can sometimes see pug-marks of leopards, tiger and bears that have passed by and sometimes if one is lucky one may even get to see them near the camp. The different habitats within the property have created a bird watchers paradise. Guests view all kinds of birds from the flocks of White Throats among the grasslands to the Sparrow hawks hovering in the sky, the Black Winged Kites in the trees and the Moore Hen near the water hole. The peace and tranquillity offered at camp is unlike that of any other place in Ranthambhore.

Nahargarh

Nahargarh, the most luxurious hotel lies nestled at the foot hills of 'Aravali ranges' neighboring the Ranthambore National Park. Surrounded by a 16th century style fortress, Nahargarh is built like a traditional Rajput hunting palace complete with a vast “Char Bagh” or formal Mughal garden. It sure is the perfect base to explore Ranthambore from the lap of luxury filled nature. Nahargarh is a complete habitat in itself as one can see several animals and birds, performing their playful acts in the surrounding grasslands. The proximity of Nahargarh to the National Park makes it a travelers' hub. It offers the best-in-the-industry facilities for accommodation and dining. Nahargarh with its vast gardens, well appointed conference halls and luxurious accommodations is also an ideal location for hosting fairytale weddings and conferences.

Travel Information for Ranthambore Tiger Reserve


General Information :

We recommend you to take the light cotton garments while visiting Ranthambore national park during the hot summer months. Suitable woollens should be taken for the winters. The tourists have to pay the entry charges for the hired vehicle, guide and photo equipments. There is a limited entry in the Ranthambore National Park available only to the tourists having the permits at the entrance of Ranthambhore National Park. The foreigners pay an entrance fee of Rs 200; Indians pay a fee of Rs 25, while the Indian students pay Rs 5 only. Additional charges are levied on electronic equipments like cameras and other stuffs. Within the park, the jeeps can be hired at the entrance to Ranthambhore. The RTDC (Rajasthan Tourism Development Corporation) also organises the truck safaris for tourists.



Location :

Sawai Madhopur



Best Time To Visit :

30th June to 1st October



How to Reach Ranthambore Tiger Reserve


  By Air :

Jaipur at 180 km is the nearest airport from Ranthambore wildlife sanctuary.



  By Rail :

Ranthambore National Park is around 11 km away from Sawai Madhopur railway station, that lies on the Delhi to Mumbai trunk route. This is by far the best way of reaching the place from Delhi, Jaipur or Kota. Best train from Delhi is the Rajdhani Express- this is the cleanest, fastest and most punctual train; hygenic meals are served aboard the train. Train departs from Nizammudin railay station in Delhi; the Sawai Madhopur stop is a short one ( 2 minutes) so be ready when your station comes. For the return to Delhi, again catch the Rajdhani- this one is coming from Mumbai and also terminates at the Nizammudin station in Delhi. Again Sawai Madhopur is a short stop.



  By Road :

A good network of buses connect Sawai Madhopur, the nearest town from Ranthambore to all the major cities within the state of Rajasthan. The frequency of direct services though is not very great. Mostly you have to hire a Car or a Taxi from Kota to Ranthambhore. Kota - Ranthambore is a Mega Highway and can be covered in 1.5 hours easily.



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