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Ranthambore Bagh

Location: Ranthambhore Road, Sawai Madhopur

Situated in: Rajasthan

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The Ranthambhore Bagh is a 50 bed hang out for serious wildlifers and nature enthusiasts. They have 11 twin bedrooms and one family room with 4 beds. The rooms are basic, spotlessly clean, air- cooled and are furnished using all local design elements. They also have 12 twin bed luxury tents, which are pitched on a landscaped garden. These are not the regular camping tents.

They are the kind of tents that the Indian royalty used when they camped out. The only difference is that they have incorporated all the modern amenities that one expects these days, such as electricity, running hot and cold water, heating and cooling. Ranthambore Bagh Resort has been a regular contributor to the local community and environment.

Park

They have donated water filters to all the forest guardhouses, and provided them with homeopathic self-help kit. They have assisted the park authorities in making the first official check list of birds of Ranthambhore. Also, they have been collecting data on identification markings of the various different individual tigers of Ranthambhore, which is shared with the forest authorities.

Tiger Census

Voluntary work in the Annual Census right from organizing volunteers from colleges, putting them up at the resort at a nominal sum, guiding them in the census work so that it ends up aiding the Forest authorities in the census. Also actively involved in the all-night waterhole count, helping in logistics and sponsoring and distributing food for volunteers in machaans.

Community

They conduct a charitable homeopathic camp, once a fortnight, which is totally free and open for every resident of Sawai Madhopur. They have been constructing 4 new classrooms for the village school building at Bhadlav and the buildings are half completed.

Special Camps

Hosting the camp of Kids for Tigers, the biggest awareness program in the country for schoolchildren on Tiger Conservation. They have also started a Ranthambhore Chapter of Kids for Tigers, working with local school children to create awareness about tiger conservation. They have also organized cleaning up operations and educational excursions into the park.