There are total 10 safari zones in Ranthambore National Park.
Despite the fact that the park initially had only 5 Zones, the other 5 were added as it filled in notoriety. Despite the fact that it is accepted that Zones 1-5 are the best for spotting tigers, Zones 6-10 additionally offer adequate open doors for tiger sighting. Among these, Zone 2, dabbed with various water openings, is the most important zone in the park where a few creatures are routinely spotted, including panthers. Zone 6 Kundal is unique in relation to the wide range of various zones, both regarding its scene and the open doors for spotting winged animals, including the endangered Red Headed Vultures.
Zone 1: The section to the zone through Singh Dwar. This zone is to a greater degree a cradle zone which is home to T-39 and T-57. This zone has been extremely well known because of return of Noor (T-39) alongside her 3 whelps and various sightings have been reported during end of 2016 and mid 2017. Other spots where you can detect a major feline in this zone are: Tuti ka Nalla, Amreshwar Dang, Sultanpur, Peela Pani and Gada Dub.
Zone 2: This zone is one of the most important zone and a decent number of sightings are reported from this zone. The way that it has water openings and the cats in this zone T19, T22, T72, T57, T28, T60, T39. Sightings of panther from this zone are reported too in Ranthambore.
Zone 3: Jogi Mahal, Padam Talab, High Point, Raj Bagh and Mandook. Are essential points where there are sightings reported. Padam Talab is one of the vantage points where the you can hold back to see some large feline activity from T-19 and T-28 are found in this zone in Ranthambore.
Zone 4: This zone has heaps of spots where the modest cats come out, this likewise used to be home of the most well known tigress of Ranthambore – Machli. After here, the other cats which can be found in this zone are T-28, T-64, T-19, T-75, T-41 and T-25. The important points in this point where there are sightings are: Singh Dwar, Malik Talab, Lakkad Da, Adidaant, Lambi, Tamakhan and berda.
Zone 5: The passage to this zone is same as zone 4 and has a couple of basic spots for sighting. The points are Anatpur, Dhakda, Kachida, Jokha, Singhdwar, Baghda . The enormous cats spotted in this zone are T-25, T-28, T-17, T-74 and T-75.
Zone 6-10 were added later to the asylum and admittance to these zones is at careful far edge as that of from 1-5. To enter these zones the vagabonds and lopes experience the old city in Ranthambore.
Zone 6 (Kundal): Shares its limits with zone 1 and there are high odds of spotting T-39 (Noor) with her whelps here as well. Scene of this zone is very not the same as zone 1-5 and has more open meadows with tremendous mountains in the scenery. You can detect the indian gazelle and have occasion to spot winged animals as well. (Including the endangered Red headed Vultures)
Since this zone is near town, steers do roam and reports of Kumbha (T-34) killing and feeding on the steers have been reported.
Zone 7 (Chidikho): This zone has a less points compared to the rest, the huge cats have been spotted at Chidikho, Jamoda, Kushalipura, Rajbagh Naka. T-8 and T-34 have been spotted in this zone.in Ranthambore
Zone 8 (Balas): The tigers spotted here are same as the ones in zone 7 (T-8 and T-34). The spots where they were spotted at are: Balas, Kherai,Kali,Neemli Dang, Bhat,Mahakho.
Zone 9 (Kuwal ji): This zone is around 45 minutes from the Tiger hold and is situated at the banks of waterway Chakal stream. This is home to T-42 (Fateh), a forceful male who is known to pursue the timberland division vehicles and has been captured on snare cams killing a sloth bear as well! Other than T-42, T-59 can be spotted as well. This zone is likewise home to Caracals, Sloth bears and amphibian birds.
Zone 10 (Aantri): In this zone other than Birds the tigers can be spotted at Aantri , Kushalipura , Bodal , Halonda and Banskhori. Tigers in this zone spotted are following: T-43, T-13, T-42