March 19-21 2021
Limited Passes Available on Feb 10.
Nahargarh is magnificently poised near the forest of Ranthambore, amidst the dense expanse of trees and abundant wildlife. Stretched across acres of land, and encompassed by lush wilderness it’s the home to the royal predators ruling the ruggedness of Rajasthan.
During one of our morning safari’s you will experience the sight of wild cats prancing freely and absorbing the warmth of forest.
That’s not all. You’re also in with a chance to have a close encounter with a Sambar, Chital, Nilgai, Chinkara, Wild Boar, Jackal, Hyena, Panther, Leopard, Desert Lnyx or Sloth Bear - as well as over 250 species of birds, marsh Crocodiles, Alligators and the Gangetic Dolphins.
Access to Ranthambore National Park is allowed at certain timings which vary according to the season. The timings may vary a little depending on the particular season. Further details are available at the link below.
|7:00 to 10:30||14:30 to 18:30|
The unique location of Nahargarh makes nature an intrinsic part of the event’s identity. Being just a stones throw from the magnificent Ranthambhore National Park, a sanctuary for tigers and an abundance of wildlife, our respectful approach to conservation and sustainability informs every part of Magnetic Fields Nomads.
We are counting on the support and cooperation of our guests to help us create a space that minimises impact in every sense and we will be partnering with event sustainability experts to manage and monitor the way in which we work with materials in the run up and pack down of the weekend.
The ethos of this event is to create an environment rich with different types of content whilst being respectful to Ranthambore’s rich biodiversity and vast array of wildlife.