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Honeymoon in Ranthambore

How about planning a wildlife enriched honeymoon trip to Ranthambore! Honeymoon in Ranthambore? Yes! Ranthambore is a renowned name for the wildlife lovers. There is not a single documentary made on Indian Tigers of Ranthambore. Ask Discovery and Animal Planet channels’ watchers, they will immediately co-relate with the name and wildlife attractions of Ranthambore. And to have a honeymoon in the wilderness of Ranthambore is one of the most exciting honeymoon ideas.

Ranthambore is well known not only in India but also internationally as one of the best wildlife sanctuaries in India. Honeymoon in Ranthambore will surely break the monotony of beaches, hill stations and historical cities, as you will get a chance to encounter the beasts in their natural habitat. This brings a different kind of a charm in the honeymoon tour. Once the famous hunting area of the Maharajas of Jaipur and is nestled between the Aravali Hills and Vindhyan Plateau in Rajasthan.

Embark on an adventurous journey holding each other's hands on Honeymoon in Ranthambore. On the way to the park, you will spot Bats, Cats, Civets, Deer, Flying Foxes, Gazelles, Indian Hare, Jackals, Leopards, Mongooses, Monkeys, Nilgai, Porcupines, Sloth Bears, Tigers and Wild Boars. The chirpy birds residing in the park are the eagles, graylag goose, jacanas, owls, partridge, peafowls, pintails, quails and storks.Honeymoon in Ranthambore Beside the wildlife population, you can visit the Ranthambore Fort and Jogi Mahal on Honeymoon in Ranthambore.

An added attraction of Honeymoon in Ranthambore is the extended tour to nearby places. So, get the maximum of fun, adventure and quality time together while going on excursion to Sawai Madhopur, Karauli, Bundi, Kota Tonk, Jaipur, Jodhpur, Udaipur, Agra and Delhi on Honeymoon in Ranthambore. Half the fun of Honeymoon in Ranthambore is the adventure tour to the national park and the other half is shopping. Here, you will find trademark objects such as T-shirts, postcards and greeting cards with photos of tigers and other wild beasts and birds on them to carry back as souvenirs. You might also be interested in purchasing local fabrics, traditionally embroidered Rajasthani turbans, puppets and other ethnic handicraft.

Honeymoon Attractions in Ranthambore


Ranthambore is a thriving abode for Indian Tigers and thus one of the best places to see them in their natural inhabitation. Ranthambore is a small pristine green village of Rajasthan, which gets its name from two tiny hills that constitute the area of the park – Ran and Thambor. Jungle of Ranthambore possesses various thriving species of flora and fauna. Lush greenery stretched amid rocky undulating set up presents a scenic view all around. The picturesque beauty of the jungle is enhanced by the pleasant lakes, ravines and ponds inside the park area. Untamed wilderness of this jungle and frankness of tigers to human presence gives an unparallel experience. The wild noise coming from all around fastens the rush of adrenaline and beats of your heart.

A honeymoon trip to Ranthambore would inevitably include a trip to the Ranthambore Fort and a Jungle Safari Ride on a Jeep. Ranthambore National Park has a smaller core area with large density of its inhabitant animals. And the carefree attitude of Ranthambore Tigers manifolds the chances of spotting a tiger in its routine jungle life. The century grandeur of Ranthambore Fort overlooks the whole park area and is one of the finest places for sightseeing of the surrounding area. The park region is also known for the glorious history tales associated with it, the various Rajas, Ranas and Badshahs. It is well said that Ranthambore is the land of unison of human history, natural splendor and roars of Tiger.

Rajbagh Talao, Padam Talao and Malik Talao are situated inside the park area. Taking morning and evening jeep rides to the park area, you can cover the whole of park and see the richness thriving around each of these lakes. At Rajbagh chances of spotting a tiger is much higher while Malik Talao is known for the crocodile population. Not only tigers, but the other animals, birds and vegetation of the park are also worth noticing and appreciating.

Other best honeymoon spots around Ranthambore National Park, to visit to are: Jogi Mahal, Ranthambore School of Art, Lakarda and Anantpura, Kachida Valley, Surwal Lake, Balas Sawai Mansingh Sanctuary, Akaula, and Anokhi School of Arts.

There could be nothing more incredible for nature and wildlife lovers than a honeymoon vacation at Ranthambore National Park.

Honeymoon Hotels to Stay in Ranthambore


Top hotels of Ranthambore and the ones that are most sought after to stay in, around the Ranthambore National Park are:

Best Time to Visit to Ranthambore


The park area is closed during the monsoons and is open for tourists from October to June. And the best time recommended for safari rides and apt for sightseeing, is during the winter months, i.e. November, December, January and February.

How to Reach to Ranthambore


Honeymoon in Ranthambore Ranthambore being a leading international tourist destination is well connected with the roadways. Thus, reaching Ranthambore is not at all difficult which makes the park accessible from all parts of the country. There are regular tourist buses and taxis available to go to Ranthambore. Sawai Madhopur railway station is the closet rail head. Jaipur Sanghaner Airport is the nearest domestic airport, while Delhi airport is the closest international flight destination.

What Things to Carry to Ranthambore


Things you would need on your honeymoon at Ranthambore:

Before How Many Days the Booking Must be Done


Highlight of honeymooning at Ranthambore is safari ride in the jungle and for that you need to have advance bookings with the jungle administration. You may get a hotel but getting permission for a safari ride at last moments in very tough. So to have everything planned and well placed on your honeymoon, you must get all booking done in advance for your honeymoon.
Last updated : January 20, 2016