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Safari Zones In Ranthambore National Park For Tiger Spotting

Ranthambore

Ranthambore National Park is one of the top tiger reserves in India, housing royal Bengal tigers & many other animal & bird species. It covers a wide area with 1,334 km2 (515 sq mi) connecting Banas River & Chambal River from north & south. Nestled in the Sawai Madhopur district of Rajasthan, this wildlife national park is well-linked with major cities of India, including Jaipur. With the ease of commuting, it won’t be a problem for tourists to experience safari zones in Ranthambore. 

Being one of the largest national parks in northern India, it is an appealing destination to explore for its rich flora & fauna, with many wildlife species that come on the endangered list. If you are keen to watch the sight of Bengal tigers, then Ranthambore National Park provides a jungle safari experience for its visitors.

This wildlife sanctuary is blessed with picturesque natural beauty with diverse topography, including lush shrubby vegetation, greenery, hilly terrains, waterholes, river channels, landscapes, ravines, lakes, & arid lands, all making this place worthy for photography & video shooting. With many top places to visit in Ranthambore, the trip is ideal for nature lovers, wildlife enthusiasts, & adventure seekers. 

Top safari zones in Ranthambore to capture the sight of royal Bengal tiger

Below is the list of the safari zones that would take you on a reminiscing wildlife journey. There are a total of 10 safari zones which you must be aware of when coming to Ranthambore to get the sight of striped big cats in their natural habitat. Earlier, the national park had only five zones under its supervision, but with the rise in its popularity, other zones were added to it. Zones starting from 1 to 5 are mainly for tiger viewing. 

However, tourists will also get plenty of opportunities from zones 6 to 10. Zone 2 is known to be one of the significant ones, as it comprises several water holes, & wildlife in abundance. Here, spotting leopards is very common. If you move to Zone 6 Kundal, you will spot the red-headed vulture, an endangered bird. This zone is different from other zones in terms of bird watching & natural scenic attractions. Now, let’s begin with our listing of top zones in Ranthambore.

Zone 1

Zone 1 covers the territory of famous Bengal tigers in Ranthambore National Park with names Ustad (T-24), Noor (T-39), & Sultan (T-72). To visit this zone, you have to make an entry & exit from Singh Dwar. It is very famous among tourists, as they can spot the royal Bengal tigers. The zone covers Sultanpur, Amreshwar Dang, Peela Pani, Tuti Ka Nalla, & Gada Dub. 

Zone 2

Zone 2 is a favourite among tourists to get a glimpse of tigers, as there are many water holes that these striped beasts frequently visit. The places under this zone include Jogi Mahal, Phuta Kot, Jhalra, Nal Ghati, Lahpur Tiraha, & Phuta Bandha. Besides Noor (T-39), Sultan (T-72), & Ustad (T-24), Zone 2 is also home to Krishna (T-19), & Jhumru (T-20). Other than tigers, leopards are also seen in this zone. 

Zone 3

Coming to Zone 3, it is also one of the prime zones to spot tigers. This zone houses Sitara (T-28) & Krishna (T-19) and their cubs. Watching tigers playing with their cubs is one of the best activities to do in Ranthambore. The significant locations near this zone including Padam Lake are Raj Bagh Ruins, Mandook, Jogi Mahal, & High Point. 

Zone 4

Zone 4 was home to a tigress named Machli. After her demise, the zone has maintained importance in becoming home to star tigers including T-19, T-25, T-28, T-41, T-64 and T-75. The adjoining places with maximum chances of tiger spotting are Lambi, Tamakhan, Singh Dwar, Adidaant, Malik Talab, & Lakkar Da. 

Zone 5

Zone 5 is also one of the top zones in Ranthambore National Park to watch the sight of tigers, including T-17, T-25, T-28, T-74 and T-75. The entrance to this zone can be done with a few standard gateways, including Kachida Valley, Jokha, Dhakda, Anantapur, Singh Dwar, & Bagada, to watch tigers. 

Zone 6

Zone 6 in Ranthambore National Park is where you can spot tigress Noor (T-39) with her cubs, as she often visits this zone. The other tigers rarely appear here, including T-8, T-34 and T-57. Even though Zone 6 is closer to Zone 1, they are still opposite regarding entry gates. This zone is filled with extensive open grasslands with hills at its backdrops. 

Zone 7

Zone 7 is the territory of tigers T-8 & T-34, even though they make a few visits here. Compared to other zones, this zone has fewer places to view tigers. Besides this majestic carnivore, you can easily spot other animals here. But if tigers interest you more, visit Jamoda, Chidikho, Rajbagh Naka, & Kushalipura are some of the places to expect their viewing.  

Zone 8

Zone 8 shares a similar topography with Zone 7, as you can spot the similar tigers T-8 & T-34 here. The adjoining places with higher tiger viewing are Neemli Dang, Kherai, Balas, Mahakho, & Kali Bhat. 

Zone 9

It is a 45-minute drive to reach Zone 9 from Ranthambore Tiger Reserve. This zone is dominated by tigers T-42 & T-59. This small conservation spot is also home to sloth bears, caracals, & some aquatic species. So besides viewing tigers, you can also spot the other animals. 

Zone 10

Zone 10 is the last safari route in Ranthambore National Park, with natural landscapes featuring hilly tracks, scenic water bodies, & deciduous forests. You can spot tigers T-13 & T-43 in this zone with their cubs. Fateh (T-42) makes a rare visit to Zone 10. Some central tiger-spotting places under this zone include Bodal, Devpura, Kushalipura, Aantri, Halonda, & Banskhor Kalan. 

Ensure your luxury staycation in Ranthambore to explore all the safari zones

Ranthambore has been a popular travel destination in Rajasthan, dragging tourist footfall for its natural beauty, & exotic wildlife. Suppose you wish to witness its beauty closely. In that case, Bookmark Resorts, Jogi Mahal, Ranthambore, is an ideal staycation option that you need to consider for your joyous vacation in the wilderness. Being near Ranthambore National Park, it is an advantage for tourists to explore all the safari zones. 

For your stay, this luxury resort in Ranthambore with a pool villa has a reasonable amount of facilities ranging from 40 well-appointed, luxurious rooms. Every room here is acquainted with a plunge pool or garden view. Bedecked with thoughtful decor, all the rooms represent the true essence of a wildlife destination. 

If you want to embark on a luxurious vacation, staying in a Premium room on the first floor will be the best as you would have a fantastic Aravalli view from the window. With a sprawling space of 500 sq. ft, this luxury room is adorned with all elements showcasing Rajasthani culture via a rich tapestry of vibrant hues. The indulgent use of wood adds a touch of grace. 

Swimming Pool | Bookmark Resorts, Jogi Mahal, Ranthambore

Another top option that defines a perfect blend of luxury & comfort is the Deluxe room on the ground floor that comes attached with a plunge pool. With a sprawling space at 650 sq.ft., it attains a high score in terms of design & decoration; plus, it reflects the rich culture & heritage of the desert state of Rajasthan. 

Here also you will notice the best use of wooden furnishings in the room interiors. It is provided with ample space to let guests have a great time lounging around, & keeping themselves engaged in some activities like reading books while sitting on plush sofas or enjoying the company of your partner at a private sitout. You can also have refreshing sessions by dipping into your private pool, where you won’t be bothered by anyone’s interference. 

Wedding in Ranthambore

Being familiar with the rising trend of destination weddings, Bookmark Resorts, Jogi Mahal, Ranthambore is a destination wedding resort in Ranthambore to consider for your wedding ceremony. If you want your special day to be memorable not only for you but also for your close friends & relatives, then hosting your special event at this resort will be the best idea. With its al-fresco locations, either at the poolside or at the amphitheatre, & the well-facilitated banquet hall, which is spacious enough to accommodate around 500 pax, your lifetime event will surely be a big success. 

Dining in Ranthambore

Coming to the dining part, the resort has Baradari, the best dining in Ranthambore, that would tantalise your taste buds with relishing Rajasthani cuisines, & other international delicacies. But before that, you will be amazed when noticing its spectacular infrastructure with black & white chequered flooring, artwork on walls, & wooden furnishings. This sprawling restaurant is spacious enough to accommodate 142 people from indoor area to al fresco space. 

Frequently Asked Questions About Safari Zones In Ranthambore National Park

Q. Is Ranthambore safari safe for kids?

A. Yes, the Ranthambore safari is safe for kids, provided you maintain precaution in abiding by the park’s rules, not causing disturbance to animals, & avoiding prohibited areas. 

Q. How many safari zones are there in Ranthambore National Park?

A. Ranthambore National Park has around ten safari zones to view the tigers with their cubs. You can also spot other animal & bird species here. 

Q. Which of the safari zones is best to explore in Ranthambore National Park?

A. All the safari zones are best explored in Ranthambore National Park. Tigers, with their territorial areas, dominate these zones. The presence of water bodies makes it possible for you to see these striped big cats. 

Q. Which is the best month to visit Ranthambore National Park?

A. Ranthambore National Park is fully operational throughout the year. Avoid visiting in monsoon, as you must explore the few safari zones. We suggest you visit in winter from October to March. The weather is soothing to spot the tigers during this time. 

Q. Which is the appropriate safari zone time in Ranthambore National Park?

A. Although, you can explore safari zones in the morning & afternoon. Still, we suggest you choose the morning time. During the afternoon, tigers avoid venturing out as they cannot bear the harsh sun rays. Afternoon time is best in the winter season. 

Q. Are there any best resorts to stay in Ranthambore?

A. Bookmark Resorts, Jogi Mahal, Ranthambore, is one of the best resorts to stay in Ranthambore with its appealing room facilities, & other amenities. 

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