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Maps of Ranthambore National Park

This famous national park is made up of 1334 square kilometres of jungle terrain. Majestic tigers, crocodile-filled lakes, the 10th-century Ranthambore Fort, a splattering of temples and mosques, and memorials and remnants of royalty make this park one of the best places to experience a safari. The following maps will show you some of the highlights!

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ranthambore location map

Ranthambore location map

Ranthambore is a huge wildlife reserve located in Rajasthan, northern India, near a town called Sawai Madhopur. Cities close to the park are Jaipur (155 kilometres) and Agra (260 kilometres). Visitors going on a safari in the area often fly into Jaipur National Airport. There are also regular flights available to Jaipur from New Delhi, Mumbai, Bangalore, Jodhpur, and Chennai. Learn more on how to get to Ranthambore.
ranthambore map with roads and lodges

Ranthambore road map

Formerly a royal hunting ground, Ranthambore is now a sanctuary that's home to tigers, crocodiles, and leopards. Along with main roads from Jaipur and Agra to the park, there are train options. The nearest train stop is Sawai Madhopur Railway Station, a short distance from the park. There are many lodges dotted around the park where visitors can stay during their safari.
ranthambore attraction map

Ranthambore attraction map

Along with being home to tigers, there are other iconic beasts within the park. In Kachida Valley visitors can watch panthers, and in Lakarda Anantpura, there are sloth bears. Wildlife is not the only feature of Ranthambore: the royal family have left behind many monuments. The ancient Ranthambore Fort is a must see along with a stop at Jogi Mahal, an old hunting lodge of the royal family. You can visit the Chamatkar Jain Temple and explore one of Rajasthan's most renowned and oldest temples, Trinetra Ganesh Temple, or learn about natural history at the Rajiv Gandhi Regional Museum. See all attractions in Ranthambore.

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FAQ

  • What are the opening hours of Ranthambore?

    Opening hours of Ranthambore vary during different seasons. In February, March and October, morning trips start at 6.30 am till 10.00 am; afternoon trips take place from 2.30 pm till 6.00 pm. Between April and June morning trips begin at 6.00 am till 9.30 AM, afternoon trips are from 3.00 pm to 6.30 pm. From November till the end of January the park is open from 7.00 am to 10.30 am and 2.00 pm to 5.30 pm. While we make every effort to provide up-to-date information, times may change.
  • Is it safe to visit Ranthambore?

    Yes, Ranthambore National Park is safe to visit. However, as with any other destination involving wild animals, precautions must be taken. To make sure your experience is smooth, always follow the park's rules, don't disturb the animals, respect the signs inside the park, and do not enter areas that are forbidden.
  • How big is Ranthambore National Park?

    The two sanctuaries that make up Ranthambore National Park, Mansingh Sanctuary and the Kaila Devi Sanctuary, covers an area of 392 square kilometres (151 square miles). The park consists of 10 zones and a buffer area. Ranthambore National Park is one of the biggest national parks in Northern India, and also one of the most popular.
  • Are there any vaccinations required for India?

    Yes, most travellers need vaccinations before entering India. The most common vaccinations are for Hepatitis A and Typhoid. However, the extensive list is long and varies based on the traveller's country of origin. Make sure you visit your doctor before you travel to be 100% sure.

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