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Ranthambhore National Park

India

1/5 View over the landscape of Ranthambhore
View over the landscape of Ranthambhore
2/5 Ranthambhore remains one of the best parks in India to see tiger
Ranthambhore remains one of the best parks in India to see tiger
3/5 Once the private hunting ground of the maharaja of Jaipur, a 10th century fort sits at the heart of Ranthambhore
Once the private hunting ground of the maharaja of Jaipur, a 10th century fort sits at the heart of Ranthambhore
4/5 A traditional way of life continues in villages around Ranthambhore
A traditional way of life continues in villages around Ranthambhore
5/5 The ruins of the fort at Ranthambhore
The ruins of the fort at Ranthambhore

Located on the edge of a plateau in eastern Rajasthan, Ranthambhore is one of the most well-known parks in India and one of the best to see tiger

Located on the edge of a plateau in eastern Rajasthan, Ranthambhore is one of the most well-known parks in India and one of the best to see tiger. The deciduous forests and man-made lakes were once the private hunting grounds of the maharajas of Japiur and the ruins of a 10th century fort high up on a sandstone cliff tower over the entire park area.

Apart from being home to tiger, wild boar, deer, antelope and monkey are commonly seen while sightings of jackal, mongoose, sloth bear and leopard can remain more elusive. In the winter thousands of birds migrate here from Europe and Siberia making Ranthambhore an ornithologist’s paradise.  

Ranthambhore’s accessibility from Delhi, Agra and Jaipur mean that it has become rather a victim of its own success. Tourism pressure means that the experience here cannot be compared favourably with safaris in Africa but if you are prepared to accept this, Ranthambhore is still an amazing place to visit – particularly if you are lucky and have a sighting of that most majestic of beasts, the tiger. 

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Setting up for a private dinner at Sher Bagh with a view over Ranthambhore

Sher Bagh

Sher Bagh emulates the style of luxury camping that was the

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Cottages at Khem Villas have a small veranda overlooking the gardens

Khem Villas

With a father who was one of India’s leading tiger

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Andrea Hulme’s travel experiences could fill a small novel; from a bit-part in a Tamil movie, to leading expeditions in Kyrgyzstan and negotiating landslides along the Karakoram highway.

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