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Driving Direction to Ranthambore

Driving Direction from Jaipur to Ranthambore

Distance: 145 km
Driving Time: 3.00 hours

When driving from Jaipur to Ranthambore take the route towards Bhawani Singh Road and keep driving till you reach a roundabout and from this roundabout take the first exit onto Sakhar Marg and follow the instructions on the road till you turn right towards Sawai Ramsingh Road.
From here keep driving straight onto NH12 and follow the instructions till you see a sign saying turn right at Sherpur Road and from here turn left for your destination – Ranthambore.
  

Driving Direction from Delhi to Ranthambore

Distance: 370 km
Driving Time: 8.00 hours

When driving from Delhi to Ranthambore, head out of Delhi through NH 8/Gurgaon Road, and fuel up your car from the petrol pump just before the highway.
Continue on NH 8 for 50 km, take a slight left onto Lane from NH 8 to pass by Dharuhera, and move towards SH 25.
Follow the sign boards to stay on SH 25 for another 80 km.
You can stop for some refreshments at the Mirch Masala Restaurant in Bhiwadi, and in case you missed out Bhiwadi, halt for a lunch break and refuelling of car at Tijara, after 43 km.
Continue driving on SH 25 and as you cross the Apollo Lifeline Hospital, take the third exit at the roundabout to hit SH 14.
As you pass by Alwar on your way, you can stop for a refreshment break at the small dhabas lined up on this road.
There is also an HP petrol pump near Alwar, where you can refuel your car.
Continue driving on SH 25 for another 68 km, via Baswa, before you turn right onto MDR 48.
Drive on for next 32 km on MDR 48, and as you approach Dausa, take a right turn for NH 11 at Somnath Chowraha (Crossroad).
After about 39 km on this road, you will pass by Bhoomyaji Mandir on your left, where you can halt for a break from driving and offer prayers.
Next, take a right at SBI bank and continue driving on NH 11A to cross Lalsot – you can halt for lunch at the roadside dhabas here.
From here, continue to follow SH 24 for 38 km and then get onto SH 1.
Drive on for another 30 km on this road before taking a right on to NH 116, and then take the next right for MDR 111.
Drive for a kilometre and you will arrive at your destination – Ranthambore.
  

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