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How Far Is Ranthambore From Delhi?

Discussion in 'Rajasthan' started by Varun, Apr 26, 2018.

  1. Varun

    Varun New Member

    Before the summer heat starts getting high, I would like to take my children to Ranthambore. They have read about the national park a lot and are very eager to visit the place, so this year I decided I would take them.

    To plan the trip properly I need to know how far is Ranthambore from Delhi?

    Some kind of travel itinerary would be great, like the places to visit on the way to Ranthambore from Delhi.

  2. Travel Freak

    Travel Freak New Member

    When traveling from Delhi to Ranthambore the distance you need to cover is 395km. If you make a straight journey from Delhi to Ranthambore it would take you between 8 - 10 hours depending on what speed you drive at.

    Driving from Delhi to Ranthambore

    If you are driving from Delhi to Ranthambore then the best route to travel on is via Jaipur, the road condition is excellent and it also gives you a chance to stop at Jaipur, some even spend a day or two at Jaipur making it an extra holiday destination.

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    Getting a train from Delhi to Ranthambore

    The nearest train station to Ranthambore is Sawai Madhopur, so you need to get a train from Delhi to Sawai Madhopur. There are around ten trains which go from Delhi to Sawai Madhopur, which takes a duration of 5-7 hours depending on which train you choose. Sawai Madhopur is 10km away from Ranthambore. Once you arrive at Sawai Madhopur station you can easily get a taxi, auto or bus to Ranthambore.

  3. Karan

    Karan Member

    I had travelled to Ranthambore from Delhi back in 2006 and we took our own car. If your going to be driving straight it would take minimum 10 hours and honestly speaking by the time you reach Ranthambore you would be tired and you would waste one day just getting recovering from the long drive.

    I would suggest making a pitstop at Jaipur, it will give you a break and you will get to see two destinations in one trip.