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Jaipur to Ranthambore

“Once a year, go someplace you've never been before”. This place justifies this statement not because you have never been to such a place like this, but because you will never find another place like this. Its beauty cannot be bound by just a few words. Jaipur to Ranthambore will give you proper Rajasthani vibes and it will be worth it. Before you start your trip let’s point down important things not to forget.


Important things not to forget:

Packed your bags? Let’s check it again.

  • Safety measure kits: always carry around safety kits. Medical kits and emergency kits for bikes or cars are must. You should always carry around safety kits while on a road trip.
  • Dry snacks: try to carry dry snacks like packed biscuits, maggi or other ready to eat foods. You don’t know when and where you are going to find a shop so it’s better to carry around some food.
  • Drinking water: carrying water may sound silly but it is one of the most vital essentials. You can need water for various reasons, you wouldn't want to miss out on this one.

We hope you have checked your bags again. Because you know ‘precaution is better than cure’.


Road trip begins

The safest and fastest route you can take is through Kota Road and NH 552. This road trip is totally going to an NH ride so hold tight. Start your trip with a ray of sunshine and a cup of tea. It will take you almost three to four hours to reach your destination. You can stop at Ravi’s Cafe to grab a quick bite. It has nice interiors and great to have a bite. Once you start your journey again you will be feeling Rajasthani excitement again.

Ranthambore was declared a national park in 1980 and soon became one of the most visited tourist spaces. If you love safari and are fond of tigers, this place is for you.

We will suggest you to stay two to three days so that you can spot Royal Bengal Tigers and other wild animals. The Sher Garh Resort is a place you can stay at and can enjoy proper Rajasthani Heritage. They provide free wifi, parking lots and restaurant facilities. Ranthambore Heritage Haveli, Tree leaf Kipling Lodge, etc are other restaurants which will be a perfect fit for your budget and preference. They also provide facilities like free wifi, parking lots, private restaurants etc.


Foods to grab

Ranthambore is famous for its food. Ranthambore cuisines are a perfect blend of ingredients and vibes. Foods that should not be missed are:

  • Dal Baati Churma: this dish of Rajasthan does not even need an introduction. Baati is served with dal and sweet churma. It is garnished with ghee giving it the perfect taste.
  • Mawa Kachori: this kachori is filled with mawa with a crisp texture from outside. This is perfect for people who have a sweet tooth.
  • Pyaaz ki kachori: pyaaz ki kachori is filled with masala prepared with pyaaz and is delicious.

This vacation will allow you to create a lot of memories and witness a lot of natural beauty. This is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.





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