Nearby attractions from Ranthambore National Park

Other Attractions

Ranthambore Fort

A unique mix of nature, wildlife and history, the Park has multiple formations reminiscent of the past. The Ranthambore Fort, constructed in 944 AD, stands tall in the backdrop of the Park, having witnessed numerous sieges and battles in its lifetime.

The ancient ruins of the fort, such as palace outhouses, domes and steps, are found in the park, adding mysticism to the safari experience. This makes the Ranthambore Fort a must-visit if you choose to go on a safari here.

Ganesh Temple

At the top of the Ranthambore Fort, lies the Lord Ganesh Temple, an attraction that sees many tourists. With 250 steps lying ahead of you, you can choose to climb or can opt for a palanquin.

Chambal River Safari

Explore the National Chambal Sanctuary on a boat safari and enjoy the scenic views and beautiful landscapes. You can witness mugger crocodiles and Gharials on your boat safari. It is also a great place for birdwatching.

Village Tour

Get a taste of the culture and traditions of the villages of Sawai Madhopur and a glimpse into the lives of the people who reside there. Witness their lifestyle, homes and their traditional dresses.


Jaipur, the capital of Rajasthan, is also called the Pink City. It has many historical and cultural landmarks which attract many tourists from all over the world. Some of the famous sites include Amer Fort, City Palace and Hawa Mahal. It is a must visit on your trip to Rajasthan.

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