This former hunting ground of Jaipur's maharajas has been under the protection of Project Tiger since the early 1970s and it attracts nature-lovers from around the world eager to spot the endangered and mighty Bengal tigers. The landscape transforms from dry plains to grasslands and dense forests dotted with waterholes. A wealth of wildlife inhabit the park including the leopard, hyena, jackal, sloth bear, crocodile and spotted deer as well as countless birds.
Experience the thrill of a jeep safari as you embark on a game journey from the Aravalis Mountains to the Vindhya Range in search of the elusive tiger. Visit historic Ranthambore Fort which is over 1000 years old and offers breathtaking views of the park from its hill-top setting.
GMT +5½ hours
Accessible from Agra (approx. 6 hours by road/4 hours by rail) or Jaipur (approx. 4 hours by road/2 by rail). These cities are reached in 4 and 5½ hours respectively from Delhi which is a 8½ hour flight from the UK.
Hindi, English and a number of other regional languages
A visa is needed for travel to India. British passport holders are able to apply for an E-Visa. The E-Visa needs to be applied for online in advance of travel and travellers must possess a machine readable passport. Please call for more information.