Ranthambhore Safari

Ranthambhore Safari

Experience the thrill and excitement of spotting tigers in the wild. See nature from a whole new perspective!

Welcome to Ranthambhore!

Ranthambhore National Park is known as one of the best places in the world to spot a tiger in the wild. It's also notoriously difficult to book, so why not let us do the hard work for you? We're a local tour operator who've been booking safaris in Ranthambhore for visitors and travel agents alike for over 15 years. We know Ranthambhore, and by entrusting us with your Ranthambhore safari booking, you're ensuring a top-quality experience with none of the hassle.

spread over 1,335 sq. km of forest

The Maharaja of Jaipur used Ranthambhore's vast expanse of dry deciduous forests, lakes, meadows and mountains for a private hunting reserve until it became Ranthambhore National Park in 1972.

700+ species of animals, birds & plants

Ranthambhore National Park is home to a vast ecosystem of flora and fauna, as well as healthy tiger and leopard populations.

drenched in history

Not only is Ranthambhore thriving with wildlife, it's peppered with the crumbling ruins of a 10th-century fort. Ranthambhore Fort makes for a magical backdrop unlike any other safari park in India, and really brings the Jungle Book to life!

Choose your Ranthambhore safari

From a private Jeep to a shared Canter, we offer a plethora of options when booking your safari in Ranthambhore. In the wake of Coronavirus (COVID-19), we recommend a private Jeep; however, shared options are available at your discretion.

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Private Jeep safari in Ranthambhore National Park
₹12,300 per Jeep, per safari*

Private Jeep Safari in Ranthambhore

Nilgai in Ranthambhore National Park
₹2,050 per person, per safari*

Jeep Safari in Ranthambhore

Ranthambhore tigers
₹24,000 per Canter, per safari*

Private Canter Safari

Canter safari in Ranthambhore National Park
₹1,200 per person, per safari*

Shared Canter Safari

Planning a safari in Ranthambhore? Let the experts help.

Get inspired by our best stories from Ranthambhore.

With over 16 years of experience under his belt, Mr Vivek Singh is one of the most experienced naturalist guides in Ranthambhore. Having recently partnered with Ranthambhore Tiger Tours as our Head of Operations, Vivek sits down with us to share stories of his most memorable sightings in Ranthambhore National Park for your inspiration.

"Sighting a tiger in Ranthambhore is an exciting experience. First, you will hear the jungle sounds that warn of a tiger’s presence: monkeys and peacocks scream loudly and the deer in the area become agitated and nervous. Your guide will be watching out for these signs and noises as he accompanies you through the jungle."
Shiv Gurjar, Founder of Ranthambhore Tiger Tours
Shiv Gurjar
Founder, Ranthambhore Tiger Tours

Other things to do in Ranthambhore

Undoubtedly, a safari in Ranthambhore National Park is the star of the show. However, there's more to see and do here (and, in our opinion, no visit is complete without a trip up Ranthambhore fort!)


Chai at a local village in Ranthambhore, Rajasthan
best for: culture

Visit a Local Village for Chai

Experience an authentic slice of daily life in rural Rajasthan.


Sawai Madhopur bazaar
best for: people-watching

Explore Sawai Madhopur Market

Awaken your senses with a guided tour of the local bazaar.


Best for: off the beaten track

Crocodile-spotting at Chambal River

Sight critically-endangered crocodiles by boat at Chambal.


Ranthambhore Fort
Best for: history buffs

Tour of Ranthambhore Fort

Explore the ruins of a thousand-year-old fortress.


Painted storks at Surwal Lake near Ranthambhore, Rajasthan
best for: ornithologists

Birdwatching at Surwal Lake

Home to over 100 different species of birds.


best for: families

Meet the Children at a Local School

Visit a school in Sawai Madhopur and interact with local children.
Ready to book your Ranthambhore safari?