Village Tour in Ranthambore

Explore the lesser-known India through the mesmerizing village tour, and get first-hand insights on a quiet and quaint way of life.

The beauty of India lies in its picturesque villages. The gorgeous hamlets that surround Ranthambhore are something that should not be missed by any visitor.
Some of these villages can be found concealed between the undulating Vindhya and Aravalli ranges. These gorgeous hamlets in Ranthambhore hold their distinctive allure, attracting tourists from all over, and presenting them with vibrant manifestations about the lesser-known India.

Rural Indian life is not for the weak-hearted. – through thick and thin, happiness and sorrow, residents stand by each other. It is the daily adversities that bind the people, compelling them to work harder to achieve their goals and survive in a harsh environment. Despite this, you will always find the village folks with a smile on their faces, welcoming you into their humble abode with open arms. Their devotion is visible when you look at the in-house temples built to have easy access to gods, and to thank them for all their blessings.

The best way to explore a rural setting is by taking a camel cart ride through it. You will be enamored by the smells in the air, which is the aroma of traditional Rajasthani life. Vibrant colors are donned by the women going about their routine cut through the russet walls which are decorated charmingly with interesting animal, bird, human and floral motifs. Renowned for their handicrafts, you can watch the local artisans create ethnic ornaments, traditional clothes, antiques, earthenware, and more as you ride through the village.

Get enamoured by the untainted beauty of Ranthambhore’s rural life. Approach them with our guide and you will get a cultural lesson hidden in a fabulous historic tale.

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Ranthambore National Park is largest national park in India The park is in the Sawai Madhopur region of southern Rajasthan, some 130 kilometres from Jaipur. Once regarded as one of the most famous and former hunting grounds of the Maharajas of Jaipur, the Ranthambore National Park landscape is now a significant wildlife tourism destination, attracting the attention of numerous wildlife photographers and lovers. 

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