Music and Wildlife Festival organized at Ranthambore for an incredible tiger safari experience
Ranthambore Music and Wildlife Festival will be held from 27 to 29 December 2019 at the magnificent Palace Hotel Nahargarh in Ranthambore, Rajasthan.
At the end of the year 2019, a festival is being organized in Ranthambore to experience the music, art, nature and wildlife. European countries are encouraged to explore the nature and history of wildlife and its surroundings in Ranthambore through tiger safaris, wildlife guided tours and bicycle expeditions. The music festival at Ranthambore was conceived to celebrate artistic traditions, cultures and nature through the unifying power of music.
Ranthambore Music and Wildlife Festival will be held from 27 to 29 December 2019 at the magnificent Palace Hotel Nahargarh in Ranthambore, Rajasthan. The Music and Wildlife Festival held at Ranthambore will feature a spectacular musical performance by artists from France, Germany, Israel, Bangladesh and India. Catering has been arranged for a select audience of people, creating an intimate and crafted experience for the guests.
Ranthambore Music & Wildlife Festival
Where: Hotel Nahargarh, Sawai madhopur , Rajasthan, India
When: December 27-29, 2019
Hotel Nahargarh, which is the site of this festival, is located a few kilometers from Ranthambore National Park. The Ranthambore Music and Wildlife Festival actively supports local wildlife conservation projects and non-governmental organizations. Some music festivals focus only on music, while others add to the reason for their line-up and also promote an issue. This is the third edition of the Ranthambhore Music and Wildlife Festival to be held in late December this year, which will be a mix of both music and wildlife.
Through the festival, guests visiting Ranthambore are encouraged to explore Ranthambore National Park and its surroundings through nature, history, jungle safaris, guided tours and cycle expeditions. Participants in the celebration can enjoy local handicraft workshops such as block printing and pottery. Those attending the celebration can attend a workshop on photography organized by the wildlife organization Tiger Watch and enjoy shopping at the local handicraft market.
The festival will host a 2 nights 3 days long cultural festival at Hotel Nahargarh Ranthambore and focus on the need to conserve India's wildlife and promote dying musical forms. The festival will take place through a spectacular banquet of world music, art, food and wildlife experiences in Ranthambore National park.
India is known for its country of festivals and the festival in Rajasthan seeks to create a platform to honor musicians and celebrate solo music traditions, making the state familiar with Indian folk music around the world. The festival held at Ranthambore will also draw attention to Rajasthan's wildlife, which is why its location has been chosen as Hotel Nahargarh Ranthambore which is about 4 km from Ranthambore National Park.