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Jugle Safaris


The three major lakes, Rajbaugh, Milak talao and Padam talao attract a variety of migratory birds. The lakes are covered with pink lotuses on which the sambar deer often feed. The grassy edges are frequented by chitals, wild boars and other ungulates. The Marsh crocodiles bask on the shores, the Tigers are often on the prowl at the peripheries. The park is studded with small covered pavilions, ancient summer palaces and crumbling guard posts that bear mute testimony of Rajput Kingdoms and battles long forgotten. Imposingly looming above the National park is the Ranthambhore Fort, in itself a major tourist attraction. The other animals which you are sure to encounter are Leopard, sloth beer, Marsh Crocodile, sambar, Chital, Nilgai (blue bull), Wild boar, Chinkara, Jackals, Hyena, Peafowl, Tree Pies, Parakeets, Robins, Painted storks, Sandpipers, and Plovers. In all there are over 300 species of birds.

Park Visiting Timmings
Oct 1-Oct 31:   6.30am-10.00am &  2.30pm-6.00pm
Nov 1-Jan 31:   7.00am-10.30am &  2.00pm-5.30pm
Feb 1-Mar 31:   6.30am-10.00am &  2.30pm-6.00pm
Apr 1-May 15:   6.00am- 9.30am &  3.00pm-6.30pm
May 16-Jun 30: 6.00am- 9.30am &  3.30pm-7.00pm
July 1 – Sep 30: Ranthambhore Tiger Reserve CLOSED


Please let us know, if you would like the resort to organize a jungle safari for your visit to the Park, since a 60-day notice period is required as per the forest office regulations. Please indicate the number of jungle drives you would wish to reserve and whether the preference is for morning and/or afternoon drives. The Park restricts the number of vehicle entering, and bookings are therefore subject to availability. Given the date of arrival, however the hotel will make every effort to reserve a jungle safari.

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