Nowhere in India are you more likely to spot a tiger than in the Ranthambhore National Park, some 161km (100 miles) south of Jaipur. Due to the constant proximity of jeeps fields with tiger-watchers, these most majestic of animals are not shy; sometimes they will hunt, drink from one of the marshy lakes, or simply lounge about while crowds of avid tourist's snap pictures of them. According to the census of 2014 there are 62 tigers at Ranthambhore, but as the reserve is quite large, seeing one is not guaranteed and you may have to try more than once. An overnight stay is recommended. January to April is the best time to try, as this is the dry season when tigers come out to the lakes. The park has a wealth of other animals – leopard (more difficult to spot), jackal, chital, crested, serpent eagle, deer, sloth bear, wild boar and crocodile. The latter can be spotted in the marshes on the side of the road, where ruined, moss-covered temples rise out of stagnant waters as if out of a dream. The park was once used as hunting grounds by Rajput rulers seated on elephant.
There are all kinds of Hotels and Resorts in Ranthambore National Park, starting from a budget hotel to super luxury hotels. All the prominent luxury Hotel brands such as Taj , Oberois , Aman hotels have their presence in Ranthambore .The hotels in Ranthambore general do not operate in the monsoon period as the entry to the Park area is closed .Ranthambore is very well connected to the other parts of India by road and railways ( Nearest railhead is Sawai Madhopur ). For best deals on Hotels in Ranthambore contact travel expert at Swan Tours. Ranthambore is also a very popular destination as an extension of Golden Triangle Tour Packages.