15 Things To Do in Ranthambore: Explore The Land of Tigers
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Go on a tiger's trail, Hike up to Ranthambore Fort, Jungle Safari in Ranthambore National Park, Visit to Kachida Valley, Visit Ranthambore Schools of Art, Walk around Padam Talab and many other adventurous activities to do.

Located in South-Eastern Rajasthan and home to many endangered tigers, you will be provided with an array of adventurous Things To Do in Ranthambore. Also known as the Tiger Reserve of Western India, the tiger population here has attracted flocks of tourists from all over the world.

From sighting the tigers and other exotic wildlife species to catching a glimpse of rare exotic migratory birds, one can enjoy a lot in this small town in Rajasthan. Some of the best things one can do here is going on a jeep safari and canter safari, which guarantee a great wildlife sighting experience.

There is no dearth of Activities to do in Ranthambore, which used to be the former hunting grounds of the Maharajas of Jaipur. Amongst other things that you can do here, taking a hike up to the 10th century UNESCO World Heritage Site of the Ranthambore Fort is the best. Additionally, you can also go bird watching along the lakes here, while taking unique photographs as a keepsake. Visit the temples and ancient structures of Ranthambore, which make this town a great, yet offbeat tourist destination in the golden sandy desert of Rajasthan.

Here is the list of best things to do in Ranthambore:

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Entry is allowed from all domestic states.

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Flights

The nearest airport to Ranthambore is Jaipur International Airport. Flights are functional to Jaipur form Mumbai, Bangalore, Hyderabad and 10+ other destinations.

Trains

Special trains are running to Jaipur railway Stations from Mumbai and Jodhpur.

Local Transport

Buses, Taxis, cab aggregators and autos are allowed in Ranthambore.

The state government of Rajasthan has taken several steps to curb the spread of Covid-19 while tourists to visit Ranthambore. Thrillophilia recommends you follow all guidelines and safety measures issued by the government and practice personal hygiene to keep yourself safe.

No e-pass required to visit Ranthambore for intra-state and inter-state travellers Updated: 04 Sep 2020

Visitors from districts in Rajasthan as well as other states do not need an e-pass to travel to Ranthambore anymore.Read more.

The Oberoi Vanyavilas Wildlife Resort, Other Luxury Hotels Open in Restaurants Updated: 04 Sep 2020

Several resorts and hotels in Ranthambore like the Oberoi Vanyavilas Wildlife Resort have begun operations with strict safety measures.Read more.

The Ranthambore National Park is Open for Tourism Now Updated: 04 Sep 2020

Travellers are now allowed to book tours and safaris at Ranthambore National Park, one of the foremost tiger reserves in India. The Park is following all the safety guidelines and SOPs as mandated by the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare.

Night Curfews, Weekend Lockdowns Lifted in Ranthambore Updated: 04 Sep 2020

According the MHA guidelines for Unlock 3.0, the state government of Rajasthan has lifted all night curfews and weekend lockdowns in Ranthambore and neighbouring districts.Read more.

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Jeep Safari In Ranthambore National Park

A jeep safari is one of the most popular Things To Do in Ranthambore National Park. Filled with dense jungles, surrounded by hills and natural beauty. Organised by the park authorities, jeep safaris in Ranthambore National Park are a major attraction here. These safaris take place twice a day, in the mornings as well as in the afternoon.

There are 20 six-seater jeeps in the park. These jeeps are open from all sides and are great if you wish to take wildlife photographs and watch birds. Moreover, a jeep safari is one of the best ways you can explore this forest and its various eco-tourism zones. From tigers and leopards, to monkeys and other animals, you can see a lot during a jeep safari.

Location: Ranthambore National Park, Sawai Madhopur, Rajasthan 322001.

Timings:
06:30 a.m. to 10:00 a.m., 02:30 p.m. to 06:00 p.m.

Price:
INR 1,500 per person (for Indian nationals), INR 2,900 (for foreigners).
02

Hiking Up To The Ranthambore Fort

Want to indulge in an adventurous outing to flex your muscles on a vacation in Ranthambore? Go hiking the trail to the historic Ranthambore Fort located inside the Ranthambore National Park. The fort remains indistinguishable from a long distance but as you draw near to it, you can see the imposing architecture that overlooks the entire park. 

Hiking to this majestic fort can be an exhilarating experience where you can surround yourself in the serene company of nature. The activity offers the opportunity to spot the soaring eagles, vultures and other birds at the eye level as well as enjoy the vista of animals by the lake.

If you’re a photography lover and want to gift yourself an experience to cherish for a lifetime, just hike the beautiful trail to the Ranthambore Fort and capture some refreshing scenes that you behold. The fort offers many invigorating architectural and historical vistas which will entice all the ardent photographers to shoot the kodak moments offered by nature in Ranthambore. 

Location: Sawai Madhopur, Rajasthan 322001

Timings: 6 am-6 pm
03

Canter Safari in Ranthambore National Park

A canter safari is another one of the most enjoyable Activities to do in Ranthambore National Park. Canter are 20-seater open buses which operate in the safari zones in Ranthambore.

Great for large groups of tourists, these buses are a great mode of exploring the rich wildlife of this park. These buses are open from all sides, and take you through the 10 eco-tourism zones of the national park, where you sight wild animals like leopards or the Royal Bengal Tigers.

Location: Ranthambore National Park, Sawai Madhopur, Rajasthan 322001.

Timings: 06:30 a.m. to 10:00 a.m., 02:30 p.m. to 06:00 p.m.

Price: INR 1,200 per person (for Indian nationals), INR 2,300 per person (for foreigners).
04

Stroll at Lakarda and Anantpura

For wildlife enthusiast, one of the thrilling activities to do in Ranthambore is to engage in a visit to Lakarda and Anantpura in this beautiful city. Located in the northern and north western regions of the Ranthambore National Park, it is one of the few places in this wildlife reserve, where the pugmarks of the Indian striped Hyenas can be seen.

The Indian Striped Hyenas are rarely spotted in the wild, their pugmarks are strewn across the area. The nocturnal hyenas make it nearly impossible to observe. The area is a rare spot to sight the reclusive species along with a large number of porcupines and monkeys.

One can find a large number of sloth bears here inhabiting here due to the favourable climate. Treat yourself with one of an unforgettable experience with a trip to Lakarda and Anantpura on your vacation in Ranthambore.

Location: Northern region of Ranthambore National Park
05

Admire Art at Ranthambore Schools of Art

If you have got a taste for painting, then one of the most exciting places in Ranthambore is the Ranthambore School of Art. Mostly renowned for its tiger paintings, this place is known for its efforts in generating awareness for conserving the endangered species in Ranthambore. The life changing experience of visiting Ranthambore School of Art is highly recommended to add on your travel itinerary to go back with a fulfilling experience of visiting this fascinating national park. 

Constructed mainly with the aim of promoting tiger and wildlife conservation, Ranthambore School of Arts mainly has art recruits from nearby towns and villages. For art lovers, it is a great place to buy some paintings and contribute your little bit in the imperative effort of wildlife conservation. Faculty of this school often visits dense forests and nearby areas to spread awareness about project tiger. So go visit the Ranthambore School of Art and engage in an enriching experience with the talented painters in Ranthambore dedicated to protecting our tigers. 

Location: MDR111, Subhash Nagar, Saptar, Sawai Madhopur

Timings: 9 am - 7 pm
06

Birdwatching at Ranthambore

Not only Ranthambore is famed for its diverse topography, but also a renowned spot for the fans of bird watching. It hosts an excellent avian population owing to factors like rich and varied habitats and plenty of sources for avian nourishment. The most famous spots in Ranthambore to catch a glimpse of the most spectacular winged creatures are Malik Talao, the Ranthambore Fort, Rajbagh Talao, Padam Talao and the Jhalra area.

Just walk around the park and watch the beautiful migratory and resident birds of Ranthambore. Some of the famous birds which you can find here are the Nightjars, Indian courser, Woodpeckers, Painted Spurfowl, Indian Gray Hornbills, Indian skimmer, quails, larks, pipits, Ibis, prints and Finches etc.

Early mornings are the best time to catch the birds on the famous spots for bird watching in Ranthambore. The most recommended seasons for this activity in Ranthambore is monsoons and winters. If you are a nature aficionado, do not miss out on this activity, coz if you do, you will regret it forever.
07

Visit to Kachida Valley

Located on the outskirts of Ranthambore National Park, Kachida Valley is known to be mostly inhabited by panthers and bears that roam around the picturesque landscape. The region is surrounded by low jagged hills with verdant greenery all around that makes this activity one of the most interesting things to do in Ranthambore.

The valley is a treasure house of varied flora and fauna and offers an opportunity to tourists to witness the wide variety of wildlife that includes deers, wild boars and tigers. This valley, which consists of a lot of rocky outcrops and reduced hills, is a popular foraging spot for many animals. The leopards in this valley usually stay away from the central location as the tigers dominate this place. 

Hiring a jeep to explore the region offers the best perspective of this intriguing region of the Ranthambore National Park. The region is blessed with a breath-taking landscape and all wildlife lovers should definitely visit the place on a trip to Ranthambore in Rajasthan.

Location: Kachida Valley, Sawai Madhopur

08

Hot Air Ballooning

Ever dreamt of being suspended in the blue skies with a spectacular verdant green landscape beneath you? If yes, then a hot air ballooning activity is the thing that will take you by surprise. Ranthambore is a surreal destination that can rejuvenate your senses with its exquisiteness and when you go hot air ballooning, you get to live the most incredible and impressive adventure. The best season for the thrilling sky ride starts from mid September after the monsoons and continues until the month of March. 

Hot Air Ballooning in Ranthambore is approximately an hour activity where you get to enjoy a bird’s eye view of the most spectacular places of the park. Soaring above the imposing jungle and spotting tigers and leopards, exotic birds are the perks of engaging in hot air ballooning in Ranthambore. However, don’t forget to carry your binoculars and cameras to capture the postcard perfect scenery that delight your visual senses on a hot air ballooning trip in Ranthambore. 

Price: INR 12000/ USD 185
09

Walk Around Padam Talab

The largest lake in Ranthambore National Park, Padam Talab is surrounded by thick greenery and hillocks, making it a tranquil destination for peace lovers and nature enthusiasts. The lake also offers a sight of migratory birds visiting the place to fetch their meals.

The lilies dotting the lake against the backdrop of hillocks makes is a sight to behold, and visiting the lake in the evening is one of the best things to do in Ranthambore if you want to experience tranquillity. Witness animals in large numbers at the lakeside during early mornings and in the evenings, and if you are lucky, you may also spot a chinkara on the lakeside.

Location: Ranthambore National Park.

Timings: The national park opens to visitors twice every day in the morning and evening, depending upon the season.
10

Explore Jogi Mahal

Located on the banks of the Padam Talab, the red-painted Jogi Mahal offers delightful sight of the lake. Built by the royals of Jaipur, the structure has served as a hunting abode to the generations of the royal family for years. You can also book your accommodation at Jogi Mahal as it is now converted into a guesthouse, offering enchanting views of the lake. 

Location:
On the banks of Padam Talab, inside Ranthambore National Park.

Timings:
6 AM to 5 PM.

11

Pray at Trinetra Ganesha Temple

One of the most spiritual activities to do in Ranthambore is visiting the Trinetra Ganesha Temple located in the mighty Ranthambore Fort. The temple houses the entire family of Lord Ganesha, wives Ridhi and Sidhi and his sons Subh and Labh, and is identified as the oldest and largest Ganesha Temple in Rajasthan.

Immerse yourself in the divine tunes at the temple as it organises five aartis every day at 6 AM, 9 AM, noon, 6:30 PM and 8 PM. On your visit to the temple, explore the fort and its ruins if you are a history enthusiast.

Location: In Ranthambore Fort, 12 km from Sawai Madhopur.

Timings: 6 AM to 8 PM.

12

Visit Malik Lake

Malik Lake, locally known as Malik Talao, is one of the three lakes nestled in the mighty Ranthambore National Park. Bird watching is one of the most exciting things to do in Ranthambore, and there is no better place than Malik Lake to make your wish come true as it invites hundreds of migratory birds and is a house to several Marsh crocodiles, making the lake an exotic destination. 

Location: Ranthambore National Park.

Timings: The national park opens to visitors twice every day in the morning and evening, depending upon the season.

13

Explore The Rajiv Gandhi Regional Museum

If you are curious to learn about the rich natural history of the country, visiting the Rajiv Gandhi Regional Museum is one of the best things to do in Ranthambore.  The museum, one of the only four in India, is designed to create awareness about the diverse life on the planet. Learn about plants, wildlife, natural resources and the geology of western India at the museum.

The museum also houses a library which offers an in-depth knowledge of biodiversity of Rajasthan and other parts of the country.

Location: Ramsinghpura Village, 3.5 km from Ranthambore National Park

Timings: 10 AM to 5 PM, Monday closed.

14

Enjoy at Wild Dragon Adventure Park

One of the most enjoyable Things To Do in Ranthambore is to spend a day at Wild Dragon Adventure Park. Just like the name suggests, a visit to this amusement park will be filled with joy and adventure. Surrounded by hills and having a crystal-clear lake, the park is great for photography, trekking as well as quite a few water sports.

Some of the most popular adventurous rides at Wild Dragon Adventure Park include Water Zorbing, Bumper Boats, Sumo Fights, Haunted House, Trampoline, Mechanical Bull, ATV rides and much more. This man-made jungle is a great place to visit if you, your friends and family want to spend a day full of activities.

Location: Barauni to Sapotra kurgaon via Siwar Bagina, Sawai Madhopur, Shyampura Bhureri Phari, Saptar, Bhuderda, Rajasthan 322001.

Timings: 10:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m.
15

Buy Handicrafts At Village Women Craft

Amongst some of the most popular Activities to do in Ranthambore, visiting the Village Women Craft and buying traditional handicrafts here comes at the top. Village Women Craft, located in the RIICO Industrial Area of Sawai Madhopur, is a place where you can buy local handicrafts as well as arts created by the women in Ranthambore.

You can also watch some local women working here and creating some artistic masterpieces. The crafts are made using natural dyes and materials that are environmentally sustainable and natural.

From patchwork, woodwork and handloom, to wildlife paintings, silk and woollen carpets and more, there is a lot you can buy here. Some of the main specialties here include the handknitted silk, woollen rugs, modern oriental decorative rugs and cotton kilims.

Location: Gas Plant Road F15, RIICO Industrial Area, Ranthambore National Park, Rajasthan 322001.

Timings: 08:00 a.m. to 07:00 p.m.
16

Explore The Akaula Region

Paying a visit to the scenic and densely forested Akaula Region is one of the top Things To Do in Ranthambore. Home to numerous natural pools, streams and waterholes, this region is known for keeping the forests cool and pleasant, thereby serving as the perfect habitat for different wildlife and bird species to thrive here.

Since the weather here remains cool even in summers, the Akaula Region is great for animals that live in a cool environment. On a good day, you can even catch a glimpse of tigers roaming the forests, or rare bird species singing on trees. Monkeys, squirrels and mongoose can also be found while roaming around here.

Location: Within Ranthambore National Park, Sawai Madhopur, Rajasthan 322001.

Timings: 06:00 a.m. to 05:00 p.m.
17

Witness Sunrise At Surwal Lake

When visiting the town, one of the best and most beautiful Activities to do in Ranthambore is to witness a surreal sunrise at Surwal Lake. This lake is a natural water body, and witnessing the sunrise here is a treat for sore eyes.

Located within the Ranthambore National Park, the lake is surrounded by dense forests, the Aravali and Vindhya mountain ranges and exudes a tranquil ambience. However, the best thing you can do here is to catch a sunrise early in the mornings when the lake reflects the everchanging warm colours of the sky filled with the rays of the sun.

Location: Within Ranthambore National Park, Sawai Madhopur, Rajasthan 322001.

Timings: 05:00 a.m. to 08:00 a.m.
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07 December 2019
Excellent
One of the best stays i have experienced. Meals served were tastya nd fresh, the stay was comfortable, various activities we enjoyed like Jeep Safari, spa. Everything was perfect and well managed. We loved our couple spa it is amust try.
05 December 2019
Excellent
The Sher Garh Resort is one of the peaceful stay in Ranthambore. A perect base for safari trips to the magnificent Rathanbora tiger reserve. Very friendly staff and management. Delicious, authentic Indian food. Thourghly enjoyed our 2 night stay.
03 February 2020
Excellent
At first I would like to recommend Thrillophilia for online bookings, I have always made the bookings from this website for my stays as they provide the best deals as compared to other platforms with instant booking confirmation. Thiis time I have visited The Sher Garh Resort with my family and the room was cozy and comfortable, they maintained proper hygiene at the resort and the staff was so cooperative and friendly. Me and my family have went for Jeep safari which was an amazing experience for all of us. Overall we had a great time.
02 January 2020
Excellent
We booked this resort from Thriilophilia at a very discounted price as compared to other online sites and it was one of the best stay experiences. The room was cozy and comfortable, they maintained proper hygiene at the resort and the staff was so cooperative and friendly. The food was tasty. The safari was an amazing experience. We came across a lot of wildlife species may be due to the time we have opted for safari. It was amazing our guide was helpful and friendly Overall we had a great time.
16 November 2019
Excellent
I went to Ranthambore with my friend for a weekend and booked this resort from Thrillophilia. The resort was very beautiful and well maintained. Great hospitality, Staff was helpful and friendly. We totally enjoyed the jeep safari and had a memorable experience with the tasty food and the preparation done of our candle light dinner.. Thanks, Thrillophilia for this wonderful stay package.
20 November 2019
Excellent
Rajasthnai culture can be best experienced with their luxurious stays at this resort. Enjoyed the evening with BBQ at an amazing open place. Highly recommended.
27 January 2020
Excellent
If you are a wildlife lover do visit this place. I have visited with my family here we had a great time in our luxurious rooms. The spa treatments is a must try and the complimentary wildlife show in the evening has made our trip the best one! Thanks to Thrillophilia for arranging stay with activities at the lowest prices online. Will visit again to explore the outer areas of the location.
18 December 2019
Excellent
We had fun at the property, the rooms were clean and hygenic with great views. Staff was courteous and humble. Food was ok. Swimming pool was great. I would suggest bringing swimming costumes to go into the pool. They have policies. Recommended for a decent stay
We were a group of 11 people and have visited Ranthambore to explore the wildlife, the area is famous for. So have booked this property as they had the best reviews to stay. Booking it through Thrillophilia has given us the best deals online. We have stayed in executive rooms. The food was delicious with an awesome stay. We have done the safari and explored a lot of wildlife species. Back to the resort the same day and relaxed at their well-maintained pool. Overall a nice stay.
16 January 2020
Excellent
We booked Juna Mahal from Thriilophilia at a very decent price as compared to other sites. The room were very comfortable, they maintained proper hygiene at the resort and the staff was so cooperative and friendly. The food was tasty. The Jeep safari was an amazing experience. Overall we had a great time.

People Also Ask About Ranthambore

  1. What are the best resorts to stay in Ranthambore?

    1. Juna Mahal: Interweaving ancient architecture with modern amenities, the Juna Mahal is one of the best resorts to stay in while visiting Ranthambore. Located in close proximity to the Ranthambore National Park, this resort has huge, spacious rooms as well as cottages, which exude elegance. It is also a great place to stay for a relaxing, offbeat holiday experience.

    2. Nahargarh Ranthambore Resort: 
    Located right in the middle of the Ranthambore forest, this resort is one of the best and most beautiful places to stay when visiting this tiger reserve. The palace resort offers a lot of activities to guests, from safaris to sightseeing, in addition to offering them world class hospitality, top notch amenities and more.

    3. The Tigress Resort: 
    One of the most luxurious resorts in the region, The Tigress Resort is known for its extravagant décor, furniture, opulent courtyards, and more. You can choose from one of the 35 luxury suites for a memorable stay, while indulging in lip-smacking delicacies, spa therapies and activities.

    4. Tiger Moon Resort: 
    This is one resort that offers amazing jeep safaris in the jungle, and is a great place to stay if you are a nature and wildlife lover. In addition to the safaris, the resort also offers other forms of entertainment, such as cultural shows, puppet shows and more.

    5. Raj Palace Resort: 
    When staying at this resort, you can simply soak in nature at its best, and forget all about your monotonous city lives. Revel in the exotic wilderness of Ranthambore, while enjoying best in class facilities, outdoor activities and good food for an amazing holiday.
  2. What are the adventurous things to do in Ranthambore?

    1. Go on a Jungle Safari: One of the best things to do in Ranthambore is to go on a jungle safari in Ranthambore National Park. Not only can you spot tigers, but other different kinds of wildlife during the safari as well. 

    2.
    Enjoy Birdwatching: While most people know Ranthambore as the Tiger Reserve of the North West, however, it is little known that this place is a treasure trove of exotic bird species as well. It also serves as a sustainable habitat for migratory birds during the winter, so bird watching here is one of the most adventurous activities you can do. 

    3.
    Go on a Hot Air Ballon Ride: In this hour-long activity, you get to soar high up above the dense jungles of Ranthambore. In addition to getting a bird’s eye view of the park and its surrounding areas, you can also soak in the picture-perfect sceneries for a great experience. 
  3. Which are the best places to visit in Ranthambore?

    There are many beautiful places to visit in Ranthambore, some of them are listed below:

    1. Ranthambore National Park
    2. Ranthambore Fort
    3.Padam Talao 
    4. Kachida Valley
    5. Malik Talao
    6. Raj Bagh Talao
    7. Rajiv Gandhi Regional Museum
  4. How to reach Ranthambore?

    By Air: To reach Ranthambore by air, you can take a flight to the Sanganer Airport in Jaipur, located around 180 kilometres from Ranthambore. Regular flights from all major Indian cities arrive at this airport, from where you can take a taxi or bus to reach the place. /

    By Rail: Located around 10 kilometres away from Ranthambore, the Sawai Madhopur Railway Station is the nearest railway station to the place. It connects Ranthambore and the surrounding regions to all the major cities and towns in India. Upon reaching here, you can avail a taxi, bus or rickshaw to reach Ranthambore. 

    By Road: Ranthambore is well connected to most of the major Indian cities and towns by road. State as well as private bus services operate here on a regular basis. 

  5. What is the best time to visit Ranthambore?

    The best time to visit Ranthambore is between the months of October to April. This is when the weather here is at its best, with the days being cool and pleasant for sightseeing, and the nights being a little chilly. Moreover, it is during these months that you can easily spot the tigers and enjoy your jungle safari without having to experience a lot of heat.
  6. How many days are enough for Ranthambore?

    Around two to three days are enough for a visit to Ranthambore. This way, you can go on 4 different safaris at the Ranthambore National Park and surrounding jungles, as well as visit the other nearby sightseeing attractions here. Therefore, a trip of 2 nights and 3 days should be enough for this city.
  7. What is famous in Ranthambore?

    Ranthambore is primarily famous for Ranthambore National Park, which has the highest population of the Royal Bengal Tiger in India. The wildlife safari in Ranthambore National Park is an excellent exhibition of the varied wildlife and a dry forest blended with grassy meadows.

    While the national park is a treat for nature lovers, the Ranthambore Fort, which is another popular tourist place, is a must-visit destination for history lovers. The fort complex houses four popular temples, filling the air with divinity and serenity.
  8. Is Ranthambore worth visiting?

    The Ranthambore National Park, which is popular for its Bengal tiger population, also houses other exotic animals like leopard, jungle cat, bLocated near Sawai Madhopur, Ranthambore offers a breathtaking experience to travellers belonging to all age groups and from different interest groups, be it wildlife enthusiast, adventure enthusiast, nature lover or a history buff. ear, spotted deer, antelopes and caracal amongst others.

    The national park also houses three huge lakes which can be visited if you are on a journey of self-discovery. The place offers affordable transportation and the people are friendly and welcoming too, making it one of the best places to visit in Rajasthan with family and friends.
  9. Are tiger safaris safe?

    Ranthambore is synonymous with tigers, and going on a tiger safari is one of the most adventurous things to do in Ranthambore. The safaris are safe as you will be accompanied by the guide and will have to strictly follow the instructions. During the safari, you must ensure to not step out of your vehicle. Moreover, you must avoid doing anything remotely risky in order to prevent any mishap.

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