Address of Tiger Den Lodge
Address: Village Khilchipur,
Sawai Madhopur, Rajasthan - 322001
Telephones: (07462) 52070
Fax: (07462) 21430
Located very close to the Ranthambore National Park.
170 kms. from Jaipur Airport(nearest airport), 1.5 kms. from Railway
About the Forest Lodge
Spanning over an area of 5 acres, Tiger Den Resort is situated on the edge
of the Ranthambore National Park, a place which refreshes your scenic
senses. Nestled aidst the majestic Aravali Hills, the place is covered with
lavish flora and fauna, and provides a soothing warmth to the eyes and
serenity to the mind.
The resort endorses 18 air conditioned cottages and 2 special suits. Each
cottage is equipped with modern amenities and luxury equipments. A well
designed landscaping adds on to the rustic ambiance and enhance the natural
The air conditioned cottages offer an aura of comfort and care and are
elegantly furnished to compliment the picturesque beauty outside. The
cottages overlooks the nature cuddled Aravali Range, evoking the wild images
associated with the National Park.
The resort has a full back up generating unit, to deal with the erratic
power supply and hence to ensure comfort to the tourists . They also provide
round the clock hot and cold running water and other essential equipments.
Hence you enjoy all modern luxuries coupled with the idyllic natural
The restaurant serves mouthwatering dishes that are Indian, continental and
chinese in nature. The exotic bar-be-que with bonfire along with the
traditional folk dances makes the evenings colourful and lively.
They organize the Folk music and dance entertainment on request for the
Wildlife viewing by jeeps, elephant rides, bird watching trips, nature
walks, wildlife trekking are also be organized for visitors.
Ranthambore National Park
Nestled amidst dry deciduous forest with rocky hill crests and open valleys
dotted with water pools and fruit trees, Ranthambore is one of the major
national Park in India. The park also endorses a thousand years old fortress
looming above the forest. The park is houses exotic wildlife that includes
cheetal or spotted deer, sambar, the nilgai, wild boar, bear, panther, tiger
and a variety of birds including the partridge, green pigeon and red