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Things to do in Ranthambore

Ranthambore in Rajasthan’s Sawai Madhopur is a treat for wildlife enthusiasts, history lovers or anyone who loves a good adventure. Once the hunting ground of the royalty, it exudes an air of mystique and opulence even today. Come here and discover experiences beyond the ordinary!

Ranthambore Fort

Ranthambore Fort

This majestic fort constructed by the Chauhan rulers in the 8th century is one of the prime attractions in Ranthambore. Not only is this structure an architectural marvel, it also bears testimony to the historic developments—battles and sieges—witnessed here. Walk around the fort to discover lakes and a variety of flora and fauna.

Distance From Resort: 7 km

Ranthambore National Park

One can’t possibly visit Ranthambore and not make a stop at the Ranthambore National Park. It is home to over 80 tigers—15 females, 11 males and cubs. Head out for a safari either early morning or evenings in its many zones to catch a sight of the big cat and other animals. There are about 539 species of flowering plants here—the most prominent being the Dhok tree. Others include the mango and banyan trees.

Distance From Resort: 2.0 km

Royal Bengal Tiger in Ranthambore National Park
Rajiv Gandhi Regional Museum of Natural History

Rajiv Gandhi Regional Museum

A must-visit, the Rajiv Gandhi Regional Museum of National History is the country’s fourth regional museum of natural history. It is much known for its showcase of plants and animals of the region, also focusing on the geology of the western part of the country. It is the best place for those who love to dig deep and reminisce the bygone era.

Distance From Resort: 4.2 km

Shilpgram

Nestled within the Ranthambore National Park is Shilpgram, a craft village that is in close proximity to the Ramsinghpura village. A living ethnographic museum, it offers an extensive representation of crafts, art and culture of various Indian states, particularly the western part of the country.

Distance From Resort: 4.7 km

Shilpgram
Amreshwar Mahadev Temple

Amreshwar Mahadev Temple

If you are looking to immerse yourself in a spiritual experience, the Amresh Mahadev Temple is worth a visit. The temple, set amid the backdrop of the Aravallis and Vindhyas, is dedicated to Lord Shiva. Legend goes that Amresh Mahadev dates back to 1200 years—as old as the Ranthambore Fort. Apart from seeking blessings here, visitors also spend some time admiring the beauty of the waterfall and beautiful groves in the vicinity.

Distance From Resort: 4.0 km

Trinetra Ganesh Temple

Located within the premises of the Ranthambore Fort, the Trinetra Ganesh temple is one of the oldest and most popular temples dedicated to Lord Ganesha in Rajasthan. It doesn’t just house the deity of Ganesha but also his entire family. Constructed with red Karauli stone, this temple boasts of exquisite architecture. One has to climb approximately 2000 steps to get here!

Distance From Resort: 7.0 km

Trinetra Ganesh Temple
Chauth Mata Temple

Chauth Mata Temple

About 30 kms from the Ranthambore National Park is the Chauth Mata temple. The ancient structure built by Maharaja Bhim Singh is on a hill. Chauth Mata is the primary deity of the ruler of the region—the temple also houses idols of Lord Ganesha and Lord Bhairav. Brace and get your stamina up for you have to climb 700 odd steps to reach the temple! This temple is also known for the Chauth Mata Mela, which takes place annually on the fourth day of the Hindu month Magha, which either falls in January and February.

Distance From Resort: 13 km

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