It's great for the adventures people . The safari is awesome and the wild life . Good to visit in winter .
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About Ranthambore National Park
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Must visit place if you nature lover safari on jeep is awesome experience and you lucky like me if you spot tiger during safari 4 hr safari cost around 4000 for 6 persons in Gypsy . As per guide there are 63 tigers in this...More
Been twice to photograph tigers, the last time i managed to photograph sloth bears and a leopard too!
We were there for 2 days in June 2017. The forest is dense and have many tigers with plenty of other animals such Samber. Jackal, crocodile , kobra, peacocks, spot dear , wild boar, mo keys, leopard etc. we have seen all of these except...More
Stayed in Ranthambore for 2 nights at the start of November (sorry for late review) and had 4 Safari drives in the park. I apologise for not remembering the zones but think we had all drives between zones 1-4. Before our drives we were advised...More
This park has a Royal Bengal Tiger population of 63 and a sloth bear population of 20. There are a number of randomly allotted game drives that one takes through the park on high 4 wheel drive vehicles. The morning game drives are prime for...More
Left the hotel around 6am for the morning group Safari in large open top truck, zone 5 was very bumpy and at times very uncomfortable driving through a dry rocky riverbed. We saw mostly birds & deer on the morning trip. Afternoon trip was zone...More
Ranthambore Tiger Reserve offers one of the best tiger sightings in India... Also you can see at least 20 to 30 species of birds.. You can also see frequent sighting of nilgai, spotted deer and sambar deer.. Be specific on the selection of your zone...More
This is one the Best place for tiger sighting in India. Preferred gates for safari are 2,3 and 6. Good chances to sight a Tiger and if you are lucky, you may find 3-4 tigers.