Ranthambore Tiger Reserve

A Wildlife Treasure

Ranthambore Tiger Reserve is one of the most famous national parks and wildlife sanctuaries in India. It is located in the Sawai Madhopur district of the northwestern state of Rajasthan. The reserve is known for its rich biodiversity and, in particular, for being a habitat for the Bengal tiger.


Booking for Monsoon Season in Buffer Zone is Available Now (01 July to 30 September). Booking for Core and Buffer Zone is accepted from 01st October Onwards. You May Reserve Your Seats and Accommodation Now.
Weekdays Core Zones INR 9500 (Indian) | INR 12600(Foreigner) |  
Weekends Core Zones INR 10500(Indian) | INR 13600(Foreigner) | 
Buffer Zones INR 6000(Indian) | INR 6000(Foreigner) |
Timings Morning 06:00 AM to 11:30 AM | Evening 03:00 PM to 06:00 PM (Safari Timing Varies as Season Changes)

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Key features of Ranthambore Tiger Reserve:

  1. History: Ranthambore was established as the Sawai Madhopur Game Sanctuary in 1955 and later declared a national park in 1980. It became part of the Project Tiger conservation program in 1973.

  2. Geography: The park covers an area of approximately 392 square kilometers and is characterized by a mix of dry deciduous forests, open grassy meadows, and several lakes and rivers.

  3. Wildlife: Ranthambore is famous for its population of Bengal tigers, and it has played a crucial role in the conservation of this endangered species. Apart from tigers, the park is home to a variety of other wildlife, including leopards, sloth bears, wild boars, sambar deer, spotted deer, and a rich birdlife.

  4. Tigers of Ranthambore: The park is divided into several zones, and visitors often go on safari drives to catch a glimpse of the majestic Bengal tigers. The tigers here are well-known and are often named for identification.

  5. Safaris: Visitors can explore the park through safari drives, which are conducted in open-top jeeps and canters. These safaris offer a chance to witness the diverse flora and fauna of the region, and if lucky, spot the elusive tigers in their natural habitat.

  6. Fortress of Ranthambore: Within the reserve, there is the historic Ranthambore Fort, which dates back to the 10th century. The fort is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and adds to the historical and cultural significance of the region.

  7. Best Time to Visit: The park is open from October to June, with the best time to visit being from November to April when the weather is more pleasant, and wildlife sightings are more frequent.

Ranthambore Tiger Reserve is not only a haven for wildlife enthusiasts and photographers but also a crucial site for the conservation of the Bengal tiger. It attracts tourists from around the world who are eager to experience the thrill of seeing these magnificent creatures in their natural habitat.