Ranthambore National Park, India's most well-known wildlife site, is open from October to June. Due to the beautiful weather when the temperature swings between cosy 10°C and 30°C, the winter season between October and March is thought to be the finest time to visit Ranthambore National Park. Animals can be observed lazing in the sun in the open during this time of year.

Ranthambore enjoys hot, muggy weather with highs of up to 40°C between April and June (summer season). With temperatures that don't rise above 30 to 35°C, April is still a pleasant month. But the hottest months are May and June. However, in the summer.The likelihood of seeing tigers and other animals increases when they routinely visit watering holes to stay hydrated.

Numerous areas of Ranthambore National Park are off-limits to visitors from July through September during the monsoon season. The buffer zone, which includes Gates 6 to 10, is open during the monsoon while the national park's core, which includes Gates 1 to 5, remains closed.