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Best Places To Stay In Ranthambore National Park

About Ranthambore National Park

Rajasthan is popularly known for the hot and humid Thar desert that covers a major portion of the state. For those who are aware of the greener part of the state are true wildlife enthusiasts. Ranthambore National Park lies in the junction of the Aravali and Vindhya hill ranges. It is one of the finest places to witness wildlife and hence there are a lot of accommodation options around the forest reserve. Hence, we help you to list out the best places to stay in Ranthambore.


History of Ranthambore

The forest reserve was established as Sawai Madhopur National Park in the year 1955, initially covering 282 square kilometers. It was a move to stop exploitation of forests and eliminate poaching. However, the number of big cats continued to diminish until Project Tiger began in 1973. By 1980, after moving a few villages out of the reserve, it got the status of National Park.


Flora and Fauna Of Ranthambore National Park

The Bengal tiger takes pride in being the most preferred big cat in the jungle. Besides, Indian leopard, nilgai, wild boar, sambar, striped hyena, sloth bear, southern plains gray langur, rhesus macaque, mugger crocodile chital and many others to look out for through the woods. The jungle is home to a wide variety of trees, plants, birds, and reptiles.

There is a plenty of water available to support a variety of flora and fauna in the forest reserve. Around 300 plant species in the Ranthambore National Park are discovered here. This region receives very scanty rainfalls and so the vegetation in the park mainly comprises the dry deciduous type. Banyan trees and peepal trees are more common here. 

Flora And Fauna Of Ranthambore



Safari Zones Of Ranthambore

The Park is framed into 10 zones, out of which zone 1 to zone 6 are considered as core zones and zone 7 to zone 10 are considered as buffer zones. Head over to to know the best zone to experience the best wildlife adventure.


We have some of the resorts in and around Ranthambore that can offer a stay to remember for-


Ranthambore National Resort :

All Rooms and tents are specious, contemporary, elegantly furnished, well appointed. The Forest reserve is just 11 kilometres from the gate. Ranthambore National Resort has all that makes you comfortable and gives you a good nights’ sleep after a tiring day.


Nahargarh Ranthambore :

Nahargarh is magnificently poised near the forest of Ranthambhore, amidst the dense expanse of trees and abundant wildlife. This fascinating royal retreat is just 7 kilometres away from Ranthambore National Park.


Tree of Life Kipling Jungle :

Tree of Life Kipling Jungle Lodge is amongst the finest luxury places to stay in Ranthambore. The boutique hotel reflects Rajasthani architecture style and some colonial touch and offers top class services for its guests. It is located just 10 kilometres from Ranthambore.

Places To Stay In Ranthambore


The Sher Garh Resort :

The Sher Garh is a royal heritage resort in a breathtaking four hectare’s oases of beautiful, landscaped gardens. The Sher Garh enjoys an unrivalled position, just 1.5 kilometers from the iconic Ranthambore National Park. Each of our rooms affords uninterrupted views of the jungle.


Raj Bagh Jungle Resort :

With well-appointed Swiss luxury tents and rooms with well wooden furniture, include a private attached bathroom. All rooms are air-conditioned and well ventilated with a natural source of light. All rooms are tastefully decorated & furnished for comfort, pleasure, and luxury.


Regenta Resort Vanya Mahal :

Proudly owned by Royal Orchids, Regenta Resort is just 12.5 kilometres from Ranthambore National Park.

Resorts To Stay In Ranthambore


Vivanta Sawai Madhopur Lodge :

The only heritage hotel in Ranthambore is just 3 kilometres from the railway station.


The Oberoi VanyaVilas Wildlife Resort :

The Oberoi chain of hotels have a higher dominance among the super luxury hotels in Ranthambore. The property is now open post all the pandemic challenges.


Few other resorts to look upon while you plan safari to Ranthambore are-

  • The Tigress Spa and Resort – 8.3 kilometres from Ranthambore National Park
  • WelcomHeritage Mount Valley Nature – 1 kilometre from Ranthambore National Park
  • Tiger Moon Resort Nature – 7 kilometres from Ranthambore National Park
  • Sher Bagh– 6 kilometres from Ranthambore National Park
  • Ranthambore Kothi – 6 kilometres from Ranthambore National Park
  • Juna Mahal
  • Jungle View Resort
  • Tree of Life
  • Clarks resort Abhyaran
  • Tiger Den Resort
  • Raj Palace Resort
  • The Fern Ranthambore Forest Resort


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Now we have made your job easier by listing out the best place to stay in and around Ranthambore National Park, head over to our website to book your trip and have the best itinerary and packages for your adventure.




Frequently Asked Questions about Ranthambore-

  1.       How to reach Ranthambore?

By flight

You can arrive at Jaipur International Airport which is around 180 kilometres from Ranthambore National Park.

By road

The roads are well connected from all the major cities. Most of them who arrive here are from Delhi and Rajasthan.

By train

Sawai Madhopur Railway station is the nearest railway station. Ranthambore National Park is just 11 kilometres from here.


2. Which is the Best Gate in Ranthambore?

There is no gate that is termed as the best. An expert tiger tracker along with the sighting data can help you better the chance of wildlife sightings. Check out more details of the gates and which gate to choose for at


3. How many Tigers are there in Ranthambore National Park?

The buffer and the core areas of Ranthambore National Park is estimated to have 65-70 according to the locals over there.


4. When is the best time to visit Ranthambore?

The best time to visit Ranthambore for safari would be from October to June. July to September would not be a good time due to rains.

Weather from October to February is expected to be extremely cold, particularly during morning safari. It is strongly recommended to plan your attire accordingly.

The weather during March to June is expected to be dry and humid.


5. What are the things that need to be carried while on a safari in Ranthambore?

Lot of things are to be carried for the safari. The topmost thing to be carried out would be drinking water. The safari would either be in the morning or during afternoon and you can expect the humidity to be high. Sunscreen lotion, hat, sunglasses are the necessities. Never carry liquor or tobacco while on safari.

Never ever forget your camera because you don’t want to miss out on the rarest sighting.


6. What to wear while on safari in Ranthambore?

Wear light-coloured clothes while on safari. Carry rain jackets since the rains are unpredictable here. We recommend you carry gloves, sweaters, warm caps, mufflers during winter.

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