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Safari in Ranthambhore National Park - 12 KM

Ranthambore National Park is one of India’s most renowned national parks. Located where the Aravali Range and plateau of the Vindhyas meet, Ranthambore National Park was once where the royals of Jaipur hunted. The national park is also considered a prominent heritage site due to the ancient ruins found inside. Alternating between dry deciduous forests and swathes of grasslands, the Ranthambore National Park is recognized as one of the best places in the country to spot tigers. Today, sprawling across a little more than 1300 square kilometers including core and buffer area.

Surwal Lake - 12 KM

Surwal lake in Ranthambore is one of the most picturesque options in Ranthambore to go to. Amidst quaint settings that will provide you solace, this lake presents amazing beauty. Winters will be ideal to spend time here as the lake dries out in summers due to shallow water. Thus, it would be best to visit this mesmerizing attraction in Ranthambore from November to March.

Ranthambore Fort – 15 KM

Ranthambore Fort is a UNESCO world heritage site which is located in the Ranthambore National Park. Inside Ranthambore fort, there are three Hindu temples dedicated to Ganesh, Shiva, and Ramlalaji constructed in the 12th and 13th centuries from red Karauli stone. There is also a Jain temple of Lord Sumatinath (5th Jain Tirthankar) and Lord Sambhavanath. Ranthambore Fort is opened for the public from 6:00 am to 6:00 pm and it takes around two to three hours to visit the fort.

Palighat - 40 KM

Palighat Crocodile park is situated on the banks of Chambal River which is about 35 km away from Ranthambore. The river safari is a unique experience, unlike anything on the Indian wildlife circuit. The boat ride on the calm waters of the Chambal, combined with the dramatic landscape and close-up views of the amazing abundance of wildlife are the highlights of the river safari.