The Ranthambore Camp Retreat is located in Sherpur Village off the main Ranthambhore Road.
The Ranthambore Camp Retreat is spread across lush green land at the foothills of the Aravalli Hills flanked by large lawns, lush green trees and beautiful flower beds. The driveway is lined with marigold flowers and leads straight up to the dining area. Hidden from the main road, this retreat offers splendid views of the rustic countryside and is the ideal base for tiger and other game viewing and jeep safaris into the jungle.
The Ranthambore Camp Retreat offers 24 hours room services,money exchange,travel desk,laundry services, jungle safari, doctor on call, ayurvedic massage, safe deposit box, daily camp fires, village safaris, car parking, s.t.d facilities and much more.
The Ranthambore Camp Retreat has ten air-conditioned luxury tents equipped with the best quality linen and wooden furniture and attached western style toilets and bath facilities with running hot and cold water.
Six of the tents have Bath. The rooms with red oxidized flooring are done up in traditional decor and typical Rajasthani prints.
The Cottages are furnished with a bed, side tables and have an intercom facility. The attached washroom with a shower area is with hot and cold water facility.
The Sawai Madhopur railway station is about 10 kilometres away and the main gate of the National Park is only 1 km away from the resort. Get a taxi from the railway station.
Customers can cancel their reservation free of charge up to 2 Days before arrival. After this date, charges will be applied by the property up to the full cost of the reservation. Deposits paid are non refundable.
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