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Ranthambhore Tiger Reserve

Ranthambore Safari Booking

Sawai Madhopur, Rajasthan, India

Ranthambore National Park, located in Rajasthan, India, stands as a prominent tiger reserve and wildlife sanctuary. Renowned for its Bengal tiger population, the park encompasses diverse landscapes, including deciduous forests, lakes, and open grasslands. Beyond its rich biodiversity, Ranthambore boasts historical significance with the ancient Ranthambore Fort. Offering safari experiences in distinct zones, the park provides a unique opportunity to observe a variety of wildlife, from tigers to leopards and diverse bird species. As part of India's Project Tiger, Ranthambore contributes significantly to tiger conservation, reflecting successful efforts in protecting and sustaining the country's iconic big cat population. The park's management ensures responsible tourism, making it a compelling destination for nature enthusiasts and conservation advocates alike.

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Why Choose Ranthambore National Park

Ranthambore National Park is among the foremost tiger reserves in the world that shelters the Bengal Tiger species. It is a favorite destination for photographers and wildlife enthusiasts. Located in Sawai Madhopur, in the northern Indian state of Rajasthan, Ranthambore Tiger Reserve has emerged as a renowned destination for wildlife tourism in India. Uniquely, the tigers here are active during the day, unlike most tigers that are typically nocturnal.

The jungle safari at Ranthambore National Park happens twice a day, every day, between the months of October and June and is a popular tourist attraction in Rajasthan. The wildlife safari is only permitted during the months of October-June and is not available on Wednesdays, as the park remains closed. Bookings for the Ranthambore safaris are handled by the Forest Department and are offered in two formats: Jeep Safari and Canter Safari. The Jeep Safari can accommodate up to 6 people, while the Canter Safari can hold up to 20 people at a time. Although the Ranthambore’s Jeep Safari is slightly more expensive than the Canter, it is recommended by visitors who have experienced the wildlife of the park because it allows for more flexibility in movement and can access areas the Canter cannot. The Safari lasts approximately 3 and a half hours and occurs twice a day: once in the morning and once in the evening. Since these safaris are very popular, it’s advisable to book well in advance. The park also reserves a certain number of seats every morning for slots in the evening of that day and the following morning. You can book the seats for your safari online.

  • Thrilling Tiger Safaris
  • Historical Sites
  • Jeep Safari
  • Bird watching
  • Authentic Cuisine
  • Transportation
  • Month
  • Morning Safari
  • Afternoon Safari
  • 1st Oct to 31st Oct
  • 06.30 am – 10.00 am
  • 02.30 pm – 06.00 pm
  • 1st Nov to 31st Jan
  • 07.00 am – 10.30 am
  • 02.00 pm to 05.30 pm
  • 1st Feb to 31st March
  • 06.30 am – 10.00 am
  • 02.30 pm to 06.00 pm
  • 1st April to 15th May
  • 06.00 am – 09.30 am
  • 03.00 pm to 06.30 pm
  • 16th May to 30th June
  • 06.00 am – 09.30 am
  • 03.30 pm to 07.00 pm

Popular Safaris

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Jeep Safari

Ranthambore National Park

Price 4000

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Canter Safari

Ranthambore National Park

Price 3000

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Bird Watching

Ranthambore National Park

Price$ 800

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Chambal Gharial Sanctuary

Ranthambore National Park

Price 2600