The Earth Ranthambore

Ranthambore has been on my list for a while now, it was also my first ever experience of any wildlife national park in India. When I heard about the beautiful property –The earth, the concept of the property intrigued me more than tigers.  

Born out of passion to bring a unique experience of witnessing wildlife in harmony with nature, The Earth Resort just like the name suggests, offers rooms and villas made of mud.  All cottages are built with natural and sustainable material sourced from in and around the site, their purpose was to not disturb the local ecology, rather blend beautifully with it; the structure is sturdy as well as resistant to natural calamities. It is a sustainable and eco-friendly property that is a perfect getaway from hustle of city and close to nature. 

Room: every cottage is unique, named after the element Water, the cottage we stayed in like others is organically designed cottages are built using the Cob Technique. These cottages are great for couples or just like me travel with your best friend to make the most out of the indoor pool next to the bed, there are numerous glass and mud jalis, creating a kaleidoscopic effect with the light during the day and a warm atmosphere at night. 

The earthiness of the property imbibes so deep, it I beautiful and experience like no more. Pair it with kulahd chai, local delicacies and entertainment that makes it a beautiful overall package. Using the Miyawaki technique, the enclosed resort space has 700 odd trees planted along with orchards with 500 trees having 17 different fruit species. The resort offers a pool, spa, open space for your leisure walks or workout session amidst nature and an amphitheater for performances (imagine having a beautiful intimate wedding here) 

Within the earthiness of the space, luxury finds its own vastness and makes you feel like royalty. Well-equipped rooms with modern amenities and lavish interiors make you forget that you are in the wild until you glance outside the window or sit in the lounge next to your personal lawn 

Things to do

Ranthambore National Park : Jeep Safari

The enthralling exploration of Ranthambore National Park is an experience to remember forever. Sighting the tigers in this popular national park of India is without any doubt is the top activity. Amongst other things to do in Ranthambore National Park are jeep safari and canter safari that promise the best wildlife sighting experience. Filled with dense jungles, surrounded by hills and natural beauty. Organised by the park authorities, jeep safaris in Ranthambore National Park are a major attraction here. These safaris take place twice a day, in the mornings as well as in the afternoon. Timings: 06:30 a.m. to 10:00 a.m., 02:30 p.m. to 06:00 p.m.
 INR 1,500 per person (for Indian nationals), INR 2,900 (for foreigners)

Ranthambore Fort

The historic Ranthambore Fort is located inside the Ranthambore National Park. The fort remains indistinguishable from a long distance but as you draw near to it, you can see the imposing architecture that overlooks the entire park.  You can spot the soaring eagles, vultures and other birds at the eye level as well as enjoy the vista of animals by the lake. The fort offers many invigorating architectural and historical vistas which will entice all the ardent photographers to shoot the kodak moments offered by nature in Ranthambore. 

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