Ranthambore- Place of Wild Tigers

Stretched across 1,334 sq. kilometres, the Ranthambore national park is a home to the royal predator’s habitation in the royal land of Rajasthan.

Tigers being the most attraction of the park and easily fetch a large number of wildlife photographers. whereas enjoying a safari in Ranthambore, you’ll be enthralled by the sight of those cats prancing freely and gripping the heat of the desert. additionally to the tigers, there are numerous different wild beings like Sloth Bears, Wild Boars, deer and so on that lure tourists.

How to reach: The Park is 3 hours drive from Jaipur city.

Species to see: Tiger, leopard, Hyena, Jackal, Jungle cat, Foxes and a wide range of birds.

Opening times: The Park is open from Oct to June. The morning trip start from early morning 6.30 am to 10 am. and the evening trip starts from 2.30 pm to 6 pm.

Closing time: it’s closed during the monsoon (July to September).

Charges: 75/- INR for domestic visitors in a centre and 131/- INR for a gipsy. For foreigner tourists, it’s 475/- INR in a centre and 530/- INR in a gipsy.