Ranthambore Fort is neither a city nor a town but a fort having historical and environmental importance in Rajasthan, India. Ranthambore Fort is a popular tourist place which is also associated with the bravery of Hammir Dev of Chauhan dynasty. It is also connected with Jainism and Prithviraj Chauhan in the 12th century.It keeps own good ranking in Rajasthan district historical forts. It is surrounding by a very large hill. Mostly it is very popular for its natural texture structure. We can see a thickly forested valley of Chambal.
History: There is very suspense that who was the manufacturer of Ranthambore fort name but history indicated that Chauhan was the first number. Many historical Rajasthan forts built by Chauhans so it is possible that it was also built by them. Padam lake was flowing near the location of the fort. This story can be seen on fort walls. For a personal experience of an exotic tour, book your Ranthambore tourism package with us.
* Ranthambore National Park
* Ranthambore Fort
* Surwal Lake
* Malik Talao
* Ganesha Temple
Nearby Tourist Places
* Kachida Valley
* Malik Talao
* Lakarda And Anantpura
* Rajbagh Talao
* Padam Talao
* Raj Bagh Ruins
* Rajiv Gandhi Regional Museum of Natural History
Details Best Sightseeing Ranthambore
Ranthambore National Park :-
Ranthambore National Park happens to be one of the most sought after Tourist Places to Visit in Ranthambore among the wildlife enthusiasts and nature lovers.Ranthambore tiger reserve happens to be the best place for tiger sightings.Tourists love to visit this national park in Ranthambore to head out on jungle safaris into the dense forest.
Location: Ranthambore, Rajasthan.
Timings: 6:00 – 10:00 am| 3:30- 7:00 pm.
1. Charges for the Ranthambore Safari:
* Jeep (6-Seater)
* INR 1500 per passenger (Indian Nationals)
* INR 2900 per passenger (Foreign Nationals)
2. Canter (20-Seater):
* INR 1200 per passenger (Indian Nationals)
* INR 2300 per passenger (Foreign Nationals)
Ranthambore Fort :-
Among the best places to visit in Ranthambore, Ranthambore fort is an unavoidable spot which lies within the national park vicinity near the Sawai Madhopur. It is a well -known space since the rulers of ancient period used to reach here for hunting. It played a definite role in making the tourism part of Rajasthan to the next level.The fort exhibits the exemplary glory and valor of Hammir Dev of the Chauhan dynasty. Also, it is considered as a precious spot since it is one of the World Heritage List. The fort is located amidst a pristine location abundantly nurtured by thick green forests and salubrious climate.
Location: Sawai Madhopur, Rajasthan 322001
Entry Fees: Rs. 15 – per person for adults /Rs. 10 per person for children
Set against a picturesque backdrop, Surwal Lake is where you’ll find complete solace after seeking the adventurous thrill and experiencing a memorable safari. The lake is one perfect location for a photo-stop and for bird-watching as you observe flocks of various bird species swooping down together to catch their prey from the water.The view of the lake, especially at sunrise and sunset is splendid, however, this lake isn’t perennial and dries out in summer, so make sure you head here especially during the monsoon or in The view of the lake, especially at sunrise and sunset is splendid, however, this lake isn’t perennial and dries out in summer, so make sure you head here especially during the monsoon or in winter.
Location: Near Durga Mata Temple, Atoon Kalan, Rajasthan 322027.
Timings: 24 hours (but preferably after dawn and before dusk). Location: Near Durga Mata Temple, Atoon Kalan, Rajasthan 322027.
Timings: 24 hours (but preferably after dawn and before dusk).
Malik Talao :-
One of the three lakes in Ranthambore National park, Malik Talo, comparatively the smaller is considered to be a must visit among the places to visit in Ranthambore. Nestled amidst the huge green forest, it acts as a haven for thousands of migratory birds as well as Marsh crocodiles.Whenever you visit Ranthambore National Park, never forget to visit this particular lake which opens to the visitors at two different timings either in the morning or in the evening. You might get to see some variety types of birds as well that come to catch their food from the lake.
Location: Inside Ranthambore National Park
Ganesha Temple :-
Located within the beautiful Ranthambore Fort, Trinetra Ganesha translates to the Three-Eyed Ganesh. Legend has it that King Hameer was at war and the situation seemed bleak when one night Lord Ganesha appeared before the king and blessed him saying that his problems would soon end. Miraculously, the war ceased the very next day and the king's problems regarding food stock was resolved too.His faith in Lord Ganesha was strengthened and he soon built the Trinetra Ganesha Temple, which is one of the oldest in the area, making it one of the most famous places to visit in Ranthambore. Idols of Lord Ganesha's entire family are emplaced here and five aartis are conducted each day.
Location: Ranthambore Fort, Rajasthan 322001.
Timings: Open 24 Hours.
Rajiv Gandhi Regional Museum of Natural History :-
The Rajiv Gandhi National Museum or The Regional Museum of Natural History, Sawai Madhopur is India's fourth regional museum of natural history and it is termed as one of the best places to visit in Ranthambore. The museum has the exhibits of rare plants, animals and, geology of the Western part of India. The main aim of this museum is to create awareness among the public about the importance of preserving the flora and fauna which are very rare in the surrounding.It helps to understand the diversity of earth as well. There are three floors in the museum but the visitors have access only to the ground floor where 'Biodiversity of Rajasthan or Forests and Wildlife of Rajasthan' are mainly exhibited. The facsimile of animals such as chinkara (gazelle), leopard, lion, and tiger are the main attractions along with the collection of village dioramas of the Bishnoi community and Rajasthan rural area.
Location: Ramsinghpura, Sawai Madhopur, Ranthambore, Rajasthan
Timings: 10 am - 6 Pm (Remains close on Monday)
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