Ranthambore National Park is a wildlife enthusiast’s dream! Sprawling over a vast expanse near Sawai Madhopur, the park encompasses the adjoining forests of Kaila Devi and Man Singh Sanctuary. Once a hunting ground for the maharajahs of Jaipur, the park is built around the 11th century Ranthambore Fort with ancient monuments and lakes scattered around it. Undoubtedly one of the best places to spot the Royal Bengal Tiger, Ranthambore is part of the Project Tiger initiative launched by the government to protect India’s dwindling tiger population. The park is also home to several other species of wildlife such as rare black bucks and marsh crocodiles, as well as thousands of birds.


  • Jeep Safaris
  • Wildlife
  • Nature
  • Tiger Sightings
  • Ranthambore Fort

 Places to stay


Hotel Style: Camp

Aman-i-Khas is an exclusive camp set in the wilderness of Rajasthan on the outskirts of the Ranthambore National Park.  See Hotel

Dev Vilas

Hotel Style: Heritage

Built in Indo-Saracen style fashioned on the hunting lodges of Maharajahs, the Dev Vilas is an eco-friendly property in the 'land of the majestic tiger'.  See Hotel

Khem Villas

Hotel Style: Lodge

The Khem Villas is nothing short of a naturalists delight, with 10 acres of indigenous trees, open grasslands and small water bodies that draw wild animals and birds to quench their thirst.  See Hotel

Sher Bagh

Hotel Style: Camp

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The Oberoi Vanyavilas, Ranthambore

Hotel Style: Resort

The Oberoi Vanyavilas is the ultimate romantic destination for adventurers and pretty much the last word in tented splendor.  See Hotel

 Things to do

VANYAVILAS-Pvt Jeep Safari

(Only if staying at Vanyavilas) Take an exclusive jeep safari into the Ranthambore national park.

VANYAVILAS-Elephant Ride

(Only if staying at Vanyavilas) Elephant ride at Vanya Villas.


Explore Ranthambore National Park, where the celebrated Indian Tiger is best seen – with morning and afternoon safaris.

Ranthambore Fort

Explore Ranthambore Fort, the origin of which is still disputed, but it is generally believed to have started being constructed in about 944 AD. Be amazed by this airy yet magnificent fort with its ramparts resting like a shadow on a land, whose past is a mystery lost in time.

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