Great Tiger & Wildlife Sightings
It is the only reserve in the region where tigers can be seen at any time of day. One of the reasons why tiger tours are so popular in the area is because of this. Ranthambore is ideal for any wildlife enthusiast, with 40 species of mammals, 320 species of birds, 40 species of reptiles, 02 amphibian species, 50 species of butterflies, and 300 species of plants. Along with Tigers, the primary wild creatures include Leopard, nilgai, wild boar, sambar, hyena, sloth bear, and chital. It also provides habitat for a wide variety of trees, plants, birds, and reptiles.
Ranthambore tigers are world-famous with their local pet names thanks to the emotional interactions of wildlife experts, photographers, and jungle officials, including the most famous tigers like Machali (T-16), Dollar (T-25), Sitara (T-28), Bina One, Bina Two, and many more like them. With the increase in the number of tigers in Ranthambore, some have been relocated to neighbouring reserves such as Sariska Tiger Reserve.
Ranthambore Tourist Attractions
Ranthambore Fort: Ranthambore Fort is approximately 13 kilometres from Sawai Madhopur Railway Station. The Ranthambore Fort, which was founded in 944 AD and was originally named "Ranath Bhawar Garh," which means "a place of Rajput warriors," was the territory of the most famous Ranthambore tigress, Machali, who died a few years ago. Tiger fans, particularly those who admired Machali, the "Queen of Ranthambore," came to see her majestic and royal movements at this fort in particular. She was known for her bravery and for successfully defeating the other Ranthambore tigers.
Jogi Mahal: The Jogi Mahal is a fort that is one of Ranthambore National Park's must-see attractions.
Kachida Valley: The Kachida Valley is located within the reserve and has a variety of outcrops and low slopes. Tourists can enjoy a Jeep Safari while exploring the Kachida Valley region. The Panther population of Ranthambore National Park can only be found here because they avoid going into the main region of the jungle to avoid encountering tigers. Aside from that, there are numerous beers available.
Places to Visit Around Ranthambore
Jaipur: Jaipur, the capital city of Rajasthan, is the most popular tourist destination in Rajasthan due to its magnificent architectural splendours such as the City Palace, Jal Mahal, Hawa Mahal, Amber Fort, Nahargarh Fort, and others. Jaipur, located 180 kilometres by road from Ranthambore, is an excellent choice for a change of scenery. Tourists can also experience vibrant cultures and traditions to get a closer look at the magnificent India.
Agra: Agra, whose name conjures up images of the Taj Mahal, has long drawn visitors from all over the world. The Taj Mahal is a must-see on any India tour because it is the embodiment of Mughal architecture in India. Agra is only 247 kilometres from Ranthambore Tiger Reserve, so it's the ideal place to spend some romantic time with your partner.
By Air: The closest airport is Sanganer airport in Jaipur, which is 180 kms and three and half hours drive from the hotel. Jaipur is well connected to New Delhi and Mumbai with daily flights operated by Jet Airways, Sahara Airlines and Indian Airlines. The flying time from Jaipur to Delhi is thirty minutes and from Mumbai to Jaipur is one hour and thirty minutes.
By Road: The drive from Jaipur to Ranthambore takes three and a half hours. The drive from Agra to Ranthambore takes six hours. The drive from New Delhi to Ranthambore via Jaipur, takes approximately eight hours. Around 340 km by road from Delhi Around 180 km by road from Jaipur Around 250 km by road from Agra.
Distance by road:
Delhi - 480 km (via Dausa), Jaipur - 180 km (via Tonk)
By Train: Sawai Madhopur (10 km) is on the main rail line between Delhi and Mumbai and is also well connected to Jaipur. There are regular super fast trains like Jan Shatabdi, Rajdhani between these destinations. The travel time from Sawai Madhopur to Jaipur is approximately two hours and thirty minutes, to Delhi is 5 hours and to Mumbai is around fifteen hours
The Most Memorable Wildlife Photography Experience
Wildlife photographers frequently have to wait years for the perfect shot. For that split second when everything comes together perfectly. Ranthambore National Park is ideal for wildlife photographers looking for that perfect shot.
Ranthambore is one of the best tiger reserves for photographing the Royal Bengal Tiger and other wildlife species, as recommended by top wildlife photographers. Along with wildlife, one can enjoy photographing the park's beautiful landscapes and forts.