Available Timings


MonthsSafari Timings
From 1st Oct to 31st Oct:06:30 am - 10:00 am & 02:30 pm - 06:00 pm
From 1st Nov to 31st Jan:07:00 am - 10:30 am & 02:00 pm - 05:30 pm
From 1st Feb to 31st Mar:06:30 am - 10:00 am & 02:30 pm - 06:00 pm
From 1st April to 15th May:06:00 am - 09:30 am & 03:00 pm - 06:30 pm
From 16th May to 30th June:06:00 am - 09:30 am & 03:30 pm - 07:00 pm
Available Timings


The reserve was first established by the Indian government in 1955 as the Sawai Madhopur Gaming Sanctuary.
It was later designated in a group of India's Project Tiger Reserves in 1973.
Ranthambore was designated as a national park in 1980.
Sawai Mansingh Sanctuary and Keladevi Sanctuary were established in the nearby forests in 1984.
The Tiger Reserve was expanded in 1991 to include the adjacent Keladevi Sanctuary in the north and Sawai Mansingh Sanctuary in the south, as well as other forests.
The Ranthambore National Park is famous for its tiger population and is one of the greatest places in India to see these majestic predators in their natural habitat. It is the only reserve in the region where visitors can easily see tigers at any time. This is one of the reasons why tiger tours are so popular in the area.

Wildlife in


Ranthambore park hosts deciduous forests and wildlife like Bengal tiger , Indian leopard , Wild water ox , Gaur, nilgai, Barasingha, Black buck, Chinkara, Chousingha, wild boar, sambar, Indian muntjac, Indian hog deer, Spotted deer, Hyaena hyaena , Dhole, Indian wolf, Bengal fox, Rommel , Golden Jackal, Caracal, Felis chaus , Rusty spotted cat, Felis bengalensis , Asian palm cat , Indian grey mongoose, Ruddy Mongoose, Long-eared hedgehog , Northern palm squirrel, Indian Porcupine, Indian Hare, Lesser mole rat , ratel , Indian fruit bat , Greater false vampire bat bat, Indian gerbil, Indian pangolin, Melursus ursinus , southern plains gray langur, rhesus macaque, mugger crocodile. The sanctuary is home to a good sort of trees, plants, birds and reptiles, also together of the most important banyan trees in India.


Jeep Safari In Ranthambore National Park  

 It is 6-seater Jeep vehicle which is all sides open for the best experience. 48 Jeeps are allowed in each shift. Jeep is considered to be one of the best options for wildlife photography and for those who are likely to have their family to maintain privacy. Remember both canter and jeep have same route. Though, Canter and Jeep both are reachable to deep forest and even the narrow places. Jeep safari is usually preferable for those who are willing to explore the jungle with their loved ones. Spotting tigers in both jeep and canter is feasible and can easily stream the wild animals without making much noise which increases the chance to spot the tiger as well as provide you the closer view of the wildlife. Also, the few seats means you can book all the seats in a Jeep for you and your friends or family, and stream the wildlife as per your likings within the allotted zone and time slot. The Jeep safari is organized in two shifts in a day.


Canter Safari In Ranthambore National Park

 It is 20-seater Canter vehicle.  It is mini bus type with open top like being on a bus without a top. 50 Canter are allowed in each shift. There are number wise seats in canter like 2 seats in left side and 2 in right side. Travelers can easily spot tigers in Jeep and canter without making much noise it increases the chance of spotting tiger. Everyone can easily see a tiger from every seats of canter when there is sighting of a tiger. It is open top vehicles, so be sure to take a hat and some water with you. Remember both canter and Jeep have same route in forest. So, there is only difference of costing and capacity. It is preferable for more than 6 travelers but everyone can book, and stream the wildlife within the allotted zone and time slot. The Canter safari is organized in two shifts in a day.

Safari Zone Information

  1. Zone will be allowed as per availability
  2. Full amount would be refunded in the  source bank account, If  your safari is not confirmed because of technical issue or non-availability of seat.
  3. There are 10 Zone in Ranthambore National park.
  4. Current booking safari charges will be refunded in case booking is not confirmed.
  5. Jeep Safari & Canter Safari Payments are non-refundable, If booking is confirmed.

Distance Between Ranthambore To Following Cities

  1. Distance from Delhi – 912 Km
  2. Distance from Maihar – 195 Km
  3. Distance from Jabalpur – 200 Km
  4. Distance from Katni – 100 Km
  5. Distance from Khajuraho – 250 Km
  6. Distance from Nagpur – 490 Km
  7. Distance from Umaria – 35 Km
  1. Distance from Varanasi – 350 Km
  2. Distance from kanha – 250 Km
  3. Distance from Agra – 224 Km
  4. Distance from Kanpur – 267 Km
  5. Distance from Jaipur – 180 Km
  6. Distance from Lucknow – 430 Km