Ranthambore Sightseeing Tours
Welcome to Udaipur Tours, your gateway to unforgettable Ranthambore Sightseeing Tour Adventures. Immerse yourself in the heart of Ranthambore with our meticulously designed tours that blend wildlife, history, and natural beauty seamlessly. Our comfortable and well-maintained vehicles, driven by experienced guides, ensure you don't miss a moment of the action in Ranthambore National Park. Marvel at the elusive Bengal tiger, explore the diverse wildlife, and witness the lush landscapes on our immersive tours.
For seamless transportation, rely on our top-notch Udaipur taxi service, offering door-to-door convenience for solo travelers, families, and groups alike. Let us handle the logistics, allowing you to focus on the breathtaking sights of Ranthambore. Beyond the wildlife sanctuary, delve into Ranthambore's rich history with visits to landmarks like the Ranthambore Fort. Our knowledgeable guides share tales of the past, enhancing your understanding of the region's cultural heritage. Book your Ranthambore Sightseeing Tour with Udaipur Tours today, where every moment is a discovery, and travel becomes an unforgettable adventure.
The noteworthy Ranthambore Fort was built by the Chauhan rulers in the 10th century. Due to its strategic location, it was ideal to keep the enemy at bay. The fort is also related to the historical legend of the royal women performing ‘jauhar’.
Enshrined in the Puranas, the Ghushmeshwar Temple is believed to be 12th or the last of the Jyotirlingas of Lord Shiva. Situated at the Siwar village in Sawai Madhopur, this temple has many mythological stories weaved around it.
Constructed in 1824 by Nawab Ameer Khan, the Sunheri Kothiwas later renovated by Nawaab Ibrahim Ali Khan. The exterior of the Mansion of Gold completely belies the grandeur within.In-lay work with mirrors.gilded stucco.
One of the three lakes in Ranthambore National park, Malik Talo, comparatively the smaller is considered to be a must visit among the places to visit in Ranthambore. You might get to see some variety types of birds as well that come to catch their food from the lake.
Among the best places, Kachida valley will be top on the list since it is such a serene valley that consists of many rocky outcrops and low hills. It is located on the outskirts of the park and nestled amidst the lush green forests. You can have a close look at the valley by reaching there by a jeep.
Trinetra Ganesh Temple
Located within the beautiful Ranthambore Fort, Trinetra Ganesha translates to the Three-Eyed Ganesh. Legend has it that King Hameer was at war and the situation seemed bleak when one night Lord Ganesha appeared before the king and blessed him saying that his problems would soon end.
Padam Palao is the largest lake inside Ranthambore National Park. At the edge of this lake, you can see the very famous Jogi Mahal. The lily flowers which are the reason for the lake to get its name as Padam Talao will be seen in abundance during the season.
The Jogi Mahal was constructed by the royal families of Rajasthan as one of the hunting abode in the middle of the forest. One of the most popular places to visit in Ranthambore is the iconic Jogi Mahal, situated right next to the smooth flowing Padam Lake.
Raj Bhag Ruins
Place adds a unique touch to the National Park, with their rare, royal feel. The most frequented tourist places in Ranthambore owing to the charming interiors, arches, domes, palace outhouses, and steps that transport you into an earliest era .