Relax in our Villa
Ranthambore Villa is a small villa type resort; this is situated in Sawai Madhopur at Ranthambore Road, close to Ranthambore National Park.
We focus to provide our guest’s rest and relaxation. Hence guests can enjoy the comforts of living far from the demands of a busy schedule & hectic lifestyle. It is the ideal place to soak in nature at its wildest best, and set base for your adventures into Tiger land.
Strike the perfect balance between luxury and serenity. All the 17 tranquil villas are tastefully appointed with all modern amenities to make your stay truly gratifying, get closer to nature.
To make your stay authentic and comfortable, we have a team, most of handpicked local advises. The hotel check in Time is 12:30 Hrs (IST) and the checkout Time is 11:00 Hrs (IST). Note: All guests must carry valid photo identification and present at the check inn time. Early arrival & late departure requests are subject to availability and can be arranged at an additional cost. Guests are not allowed to carry out side eatables and beverages within the resort premises.
Ranthambore Villa is a small villa type resort, this is situated in Sawai Madhopur at Ranthambore Road, Villa have 17 Villas Rooms with restaurant, Swimming Pool & beautiful lush green garden. This Villa has been tastefully developed.
Ranthambore Villa offers a relex & peaceful comfortable stay at near the heart of Indian wilderness area. We incessantly strive to create an atmosphere that’s enthralling and feel you like home.
Welcome to Ranthambore Villa. We invite you to explore and discover the magic of nature. Morning & afternoon game drives in the park by Jeep / Canter.
Morning & Afternoon safari by Jeep/Canter
Visit to Museum & Fort
Visit to nearby Villages
Visit to Surwal Lake or Mansarovar Lake for Birding
Visit to to Chambal River for boat ride & Gadiyal (Alligator) Sanctuary Fort.
Explore the true
Ranthambore National Park
Ranthambore is undoubtedly famous for its Tigers but it has a wide range of other mammalian species inhabiting the park.
Sambar (the largest deer of the Indian subcontinent), Chital or Spotted Deer (the major prey species of tigers & leopards), Nilgai or Blue Bull, which is the largest Asian antelope, Chinkara, the Indian gazelle is sighted in the open grasslands and wild boar, jackal, striped hyenas, common & uncommon langurs macaques, jungle cats, caracals, sloth beers, five striped palm squirrels, Indian false Vampire, Indian claying foxes & many other animals.
The park is most famous for its Tiger. The park also has a large number of marsh crocs reptiles snub nosed, marsh crocodiles, desert monitor lizards, Tortoise, Banded kraits cobras, common kraits, soft shelled turtles, Indian pythons, North Indian flap shelled turtles, rat snakes, rustles vipers, saw- scaled vipers & Indian Chamaeleon.