Ranthambore Music And Wildlife Festival

Dance & Music

Nahargarh Ranthambhore, Rajasthan

26°C / Clouds

Cool, edgy, dramatic, explosive are some words that can best describe the soul of this ultimate showdown of adrenaline-fueled amalgamation of performances: Ranthambore Music and Wildlife Festival. 

It’s a colourful extravaganza of happiness and drama that goes on for about 2 nights and 3 days at the Nahargarh Ranthambore and is an effort to protect and preserve our nation’s wildlife while simultaneously promoting the craft of Indian music. And the preservation of the wildlife is one reason why it is held at Nahargarh Ranthambore situated at about 4-5 km from the Ranthambore National Park

In its essence, this festival honours the talent which is present right in the heart of the land of the royals in the form of its local musicians and artists. Happening in the month of December, the Ranthambore Music and Wildlife Festival 2020 celebrations might be curtailed or curbed partially due to the ongoing COVID situation.

Major Attractions of Ranthambore Music and Wildlife Festival 

1. A Composition of Several Great Events

The Ranthambore Music and Wildlife Festival is an event that offers the tourist and locals an opportunity to discover something that is a composition of timeless music, extraordinary performances, and the true flavour of Indian culture along with the wild wildlife. The events include DJ nights, stargazing, art auctions, wildlife photography workshops, tattooing, wine tasting and so much more. And after you are all done with all the brilliant performances, don’t forget to go on that jungle safari for some unrequited thrill. 

2. Honouring the Musical Glory of Rajasthan

The Ranthambore Music and Wildlife Festival is a perfect event that celebrates and honours the musical traditions which are ultimately the legacy of this spectacular land and soil. With this, it won’t be wrong to call Ranthambore Music and Wildlife Festival one of the greatest local fairs and festivals of Rajasthan.

How to Reach 

Sawai Madhopur is situated at an approximate distance of 344, 1,082, 1,472, 1,961 km from major Indian cities like Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, and Bangalore respectively. Here are the travel details on how you can reach Nahargarh Ranthambhore, Sawai Madhopur to enjoy the Ranthambore Music and Wildlife Festival in Rajasthan by the following means of public transport. 

By Air. Deboard at the Jaipur International Airport. The airport is well-routed with several major cities of India via prominent flights. As you deboard at the airport, you can easily take a cab or book some other means of public transport to reach your destination.  

  • From Coimbatore - Board Spicejet, IndiGo flights from Coimbatore Airport. The airfares will cost you between INR 5,000-6,000
  • From Kozhikode - Board IndiGo, Air India flights from Kozhikode Airport. The airfares will cost you between INR 6,000-7,000
  • From Kochi - Board AirAsia, Spicejet flights from Kochi Airport. The airfares will cost you between INR 4,000-5,000

By Train. Deboard at the Sawai Madhopur Railway Station. The station is well connected with other Indian cities and states via regular trains. From the station, you can easily book a cab or some other means of public transport to reach here. 

  • From Kota - Board NZM JAN SHATABADI Express from Kota Junction and deboard at Sawai Madhopur Railway Station
  • From Pune - Board JP Festival SPL from Pune Junction and deboard at Sawai Madhopur Junction

By Road. Depending upon your location, you can also consider travelling here via well-maintained road networks. From the nearby regions and cities, you can easily make a trip via interstate buses, private cabs and even self-drive here. 

  • From Jhansi - 273 km via NH27
  • From Kanpur - 505 km via NH27
  • From Agra - 268 km via NH23

You can plan your trip and create your own route to the city with Adotrip’s technically driven circuit planner. Click here.

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