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Ranthambhore Tiger Reserve
- Grab your binoculars and make the best of your game drive in the park or a quiet nature and bird walk with the lodge’s expert naturalist. For those seeking history and local culture, visit the fort or walk through the nearby village for some interesting sights. Make sure to try the river safari on the Chambal River and a nature walk through the 80 acres of restored land, which has been turned into a natural jungle over 25 years. Visitors can view herds of black buck, the most magnificent gazelle of the desert landscape, just an hour’s drive from Ranthambhore, and get involved in the lodge’s conservation projects.
- The lodge offers three types of accommodation – cottages, rooms and traditional Shikar tents. Each cottage includes a spacious bedroom, bathroom with an al fresco shower and courtyard. Made of bamboo and wood, each tent is comfortable, minimalistic and with modern facilities, lending a rustic charm.
- All the food at Khem Villas is vegetarian, but can be adapted to individual tastes. A variety of Indian, Western and Oriental cuisine is available to guests. The lodge also runs an organic farm and dairy that supplies food for the lodge’s guests. The lodge also has a well stocked bar you can take advantage of after a long day filled with activities. Open all through the year.
- Open all through the year.
- Nearest airport - Jaipur (180km), Agra (276 km) Nearest railhead - Sawai Madhopur (12 km), Bundi (131 km), Kota (150 km)Nearest park gate - Misadhara
- Children of all ages are welcome. Nature walks, trips to see a bio-gas plant, dairy and green house visits, and educational tour explaining ecological practices in growing our own food are some of the activities planned for kids.
- In-house lodge naturalist
- Swimming pool
Striking images of tigers lying on ancient tombs or fortress walls or lapping up water from its picturesque lakes draws thousands of visitors to Ranthambhore each year. It is brimming with tigers too, over 30 individuals plus numerous cubs at the last count. Ranthambhore National Park is part of the much larger 1,333 square kilometres Ranthambhore Tiger Reserve. It derives its name from the hilltop fortress within its boundaries and has been the destination of many well-known documentaries ov Read more>>
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