Safety & Hygiene
Guests should have received at least one dose of vaccine prior to entering Rajasthan as advised by the Government of Rajasthan. Also it is mandatory to carry the vaccination certificate.
In case no vaccination is done, it is mandatory to carry a negative RTPCR report. Same needs to be given at the time of arrival at the hotel
We continue to follow the highest standards of cleanliness and hygiene, and in keeping with World Health Organization guidelines, to mitigate the risks associated with the coronavirus.
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Since Ranthambhore is synonymous with tigers, it is easy to forget that the nearby Chambal River is home to India’s largest population of the critically endangered crocodilian: the Gharial. Characterised by its long thin jaws, which have naturally evolved over time to suit it’s predominantly fish diet, the Gharial is one of the largest living crocodilians, with males growing up to 6 metres long.
- Distance from the hotel 40 kms
- Driving time 60 minutes
Located within Ranthambhore National Park and Tiger Reserve, Ranthambhore Fort dates back to the 10th...
Ranthambhore School of Arts displays a range of artworks, including soot paintings of Ranthambhore’s...
Dastakar is a responsible organisation that works with women from villages situated on the outskirts...
A branch of Tiger Watch NGO that provides craft training and employment opportunities for ex-poachers’...