Ranthambore is a destination that is purely original in its beauty with wonderful natural locations and unconquered by modern civilization. Though you will find the most updated facilities to make your tour memorable, you will find the place is dominated by nature with its sheer strength, grace and unmatched beauty. There are many tourist places in Ranthambore and it is a great place to feel the might of nature.


If you love tigers and love watching them in action, Ranthambore National Park could be your natural destination. The park is considered to be one among the finest parks for conservation of the undefeatable predators. The park is located in a scenic environment surrounded by Aravali and Vindhya hill ranges and very close to Thar Desert. With hills and valleys, the park offers spectacular sights that take your breath away. The 300 plus square km area houses various other wild species namely leopards, hyenas, sambhar, jackals, deer and many more. This is a wonderful place to watch birds too as there are over 260 species found here. Jeep safari is available. Though the park remains open for visitors from October to May, the best time to make your tour would be between November and March.

You will love the valley at first sight. It is located on the border of Ranthambore National Park. You will find panthers in plenty here. Leopards avoid the thick inner forest owing to the domination of tigers. You could have a great time going Jeep Safari and viewing various wild animals including dear, wild boar and sloth bear.

Raj Bagh Ruins are situated between Padam Talao and Raj Bagh Talao. The place takes you to the past and back to prehistoric period with its collections of prehistoric monuments. The stone structures belonging to ancient period include palace outhouses, arches and domes. Raj Bagh Ruins not only stands as a reminder of the bygone era but it offers the best scenic beauty owing to its location surrounded by jungles and picturesque landscapes.


Located on hilltop, Ranthambore Fort was constructed in the year 944 AD. From this fort, you could have a breathtaking view of Ranthambore National Park. The massive construction of 7 kms circumference is one among the oldest forts in India. It had remained a powerful fort that was hard to conquer owing to its topographical advantage. Built by a Chauhan warrior, the fort changed many hands and it is believed that Akbar, the famous Mughal emperor also had stayed in the fort.  Mughals gifted the fort to Maharaja Of Jaipur towards the end of 17th century. The fort displays awe-inspiring craftsmanship and the interiors are equally spellbinding. Hammir Court in the fort is famous for acoustics as even a whisper made here can be heard at the far end of the construction. It is suggested not to forget your binoculars when you set off to visit the fort. From the fort, if you look down through your binoculars, you will be able to spot tigers in action. Migratory birds in great numbers are seen here owing to a many water bodies located here.


Surwal Lake is located 25 kms away from Ranthambore. You are sure to be enchanted by the beauty of the lake, which enjoys the generosity of Mother Nature in abundance. The best time to be here is between November and March, as during the migratory season you will find birds from all parts of the world spread their wings to reach here. The beautiful water bodies invite birds whose melodious songs offer you the best music during winter. Being a seasonal lake, you will find it dry between April and May and hence it would be best to plan your trip accordingly.