With highly rich vegetation and lush green environment there are chances that you spot tiger in vicinity. Nilgai, gray langur, sambar deer can be easily spotted. So make sure you take a good camera with battery backup.
Their is option of Jeep and Canter (something like open truck) for travelling inside the reserve. If you have group of four-five people jeep will be best and if you are alone and some sort of professional photographer who needs his own space for photography, than must opt for jeep.
I would advise you to go after the lunch time to the park because in the different zones of the reserve by the time morning people return from the park, you can make sure in which zones tiger was spotted. It would be help you in locating the tigers easily by selecting that zone.
We had pre-booked a taxi for Sawai Madhopur State and around 4'O clock in the morning we drove off from Jaipur. It is advisable to pre-book your tiger reserve safari in advance from government site to avoid middleman at last moment and sometime you don't get ticket at last moment. Their are two timings for visiting the reserve: one after breakfast and another after lunch.
3) Flora- The park mainly has a dry deciduous type of vegetation with a large variety of species. Am, Imli, Banyan, Dhok, Jamun etc make up some of the important parts of the forest.Distance From Delhi: 384 kilometres via RJ SH 25Best Time To Visit: October to AprilThings to do in Ranthambore: Safari Rides, Fort Visits, Wildlife Spotting and Nature PhotographyHow to Reach From Delhi: -By Rail: The nearest railway station is Sawai Madhopur Railway Station, which is located at a distance of 10 km from the park. There are regular trains available. -By Air: The nearest airport is Sanganer Airport in Jaipur. There are regular Delhi to Sanganer flights available.