Ethnic Homestay-Ranthambore

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Ethnic Homestay – Ranthambore

Located in Sawai Madhopur district of Rajasthan, Ranthambore is one of the most renowned National Parks in North India. It is known for the high density of the Royal Bengal Tigers and a wide variety of other animals and birds.  Ranthambore is a paradise for not just the wildlife enthusiasts but also for photographers, nature lovers and history buffs. The dense tropical forest, grassy meadows, open bushland and rocky terrain interspersed with lakes and streams make its landscapes extremely beautiful. The land occupied by the national park was once used by the Rajput rulers of Jaipur as private hunting grounds. Today, the ruins of the Ranthambore Fort set dramatically on a cliff on Thambhore Hill in the center of the park surrounded by lush green forest, palaces, lakes, and ponds is an attraction of its own. 

This eco-friendly house surrounded with lush greenery is located in a peaceful tiny village, close to Ranthambore National Park entrance. The house is made in typical Rajasthani style and has a beautiful view of Guava orchard, green fields and Aravalli hills from the terrace. You can enjoy the village ambiance while having the comfort of all modern amenities. It is one of the best places to stay if you want to experience the culture, food and the real life of the area. 

There are 5 spacious rooms for the guests all with an attached washroom. The homestay has a enough open spaces to move around and relax. There is a front garden with 2 neem trees, a courtyard, and a backyard. It is an ideal place not just for families and individuals but also for those who would like to stay here to work from home. 

Location: 1.5 km from Ranthambore National Park Main Entrance (Zone 1-5)
Number of Rooms – 5; Total Capacity – 15

How To Reach

Ranthambore is well connected through rail and road with all major cities of India. It is just 160 kms from Jaipur, and 362 kms from Delhi. The nearest airport is in Jaipur (160 km) and Sawai Madhopur is the nearest railway station (8 km).


Classic Room: 3000/-
Extra Person: 800/-
Complimentary: Hi Speed Wifi, Breakfast

Note: These tariffs do not apply during festivals and holidays

Child Policy
Upto 6 years: Complimentary (No Extra Bed)
7-12 years.: 50% (Extra bed provided)

What you pay for a homestay, brings a direct socio-economic benefit to locals. Be proud by not asking for discount.


Hi Speed WiFi • Parking • Running Hot Water • Toiletries • AC Rooms • Heater • Open Seating Areas • Bonfire • Pet Friendly • Pick and Drop Service (Paid) 


Relish delicious home cooked organic meals prepared from locally grown fresh vegetables. All the raw material in the kitchen comes from the village and is absolutely pesticide free. Enjoy puri sabji, stuffed paratha, butter toast, poha, sandwich, tea/ coffee etc for breakfast. For lunch and dinner regular north Indian vegetarian meals are provided. You can also try local Rajasthani dishes like daal baati Churma, besan gatta, lehsun chutney, Bajra roti with fresh butter and butter milk prepared from locally sourced milk. 


Bird Watching • Village Walk • Nature Walk • Yoga and Meditation • Jeep Safari • Shopping Handicrafts

Local Attractions

Ranthambore National Park (1.5 km) • Amreshwar Mahadev Temple (3 km) • Regional Wildlife Museum (4 km) • Ranthambore Fort (5 km) • Ganesh temple (5 km) • Padam Talab (5 km)


Lakarda (9km) • Malik Lake (10km) • Kachida Valley (13km) • Soorwal Lake (13km) • Chambal Sanctuary (27km)

Know your Host

You will be hosted by a warm and hospitable couple Rachna and Ratnesh Verma. They both are nature and wildlife lovers and have experience in tourism. They have been visiting Ranthambore since long and loved the place so much that they decided to settle here. Ratnesh realized that there are many hotels and guest houses in the area but no authentic homestay where you can get the feel of the place. So he created this beautiful home with an ethnic feel, for nature and wildlife lovers. His love for the local culture can be seen in the way he is managing it. Starting from the interiors to the food, everything has an ethnic touch. He has an experience of more than two decades in the tourism industry and can speak Hindi, English, German and Italian fluently and also can communicate in French and Spanish in a moderate way. 

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