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Ranthambore National Park Holidays

India boasts the highest concentration of free-roaming tigers on the planet – two-thirds of the world’s population, to be precise. If you’ve always dreamed of seeing these majestic creatures in the flesh, Ranthambore National Park should be right at the top of your list.

Also spelled Ranthambore, this immense expanse of parkland in south-eastern Rajasthan is home to a population of Bengal tigers that roam wild in the 400-square-kilometres’ worth of open grasslands and thick forests.

The tigers are famously diurnal, rather that nocturnal, so you’ve got a great chance of seeing them during the day, and although they were once hunted here by Jaipur's maharajas, they’ve been protected under Project Tiger for more than 40 years.

While the iconic big cats are the park’s biggest draw, there are plenty more creatures to entice you here. Set off on a safari to meet hyenas, sloths, leopards and marsh crocodiles, not to mention more than 270 species of birds. Add that to a smattering of ancient temples and tombs, and the 10th-century hilltop Ranthambore Fort from which the park takes it's name, and you’d be hard pressed to find a reason not to visit.

Destination Highlights
  • Over 270 species of bird
  • Bengal tigers
  • Ranthambore Fort

Our favourite hotels

Our favourite places to stay are below. We know everyone is different, so if you can’t see something you like, we'd be more than happy to help.

Unique Luxury Tent

Oberoi Vanyavilas

Ranthambore National Park

H&J Rating
Oberoi Vanyavilas

Time Zone

GMT +5.5 hours


INR - Indian Rupee

Visa Information

British citizens are required to obtain a visa from the Indian embassy prior to arrival.


Hindi and English are widely spoken.

Health Information

Some vaccinations are recommended when travelling to certain areas in India. Please contact your GP for vaccination requirements.
  • Robert, Destination Specialist


    Destination Specialist

    "Don't miss out on any of the safari drives when staying at Ranthambore, travelling between November and March you will have the best chance to see a wide range of animals especially the infamous Bengal tigers."

Types of Ranthambore National Park holidays

Frequently Asked Questions

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