India’s most popular and most photogenic Tiger Park. It’s a park where photographer’s dreams come true. Once the private hunting reserve of Jaipur Maharajas, Ranthambhore became protected National Park in the year 1980. The entire landscape of the park is very beautiful with four lakes being the source of water and as natural venues of animal and bird activities. Besides the tigers which number around 45, the Ranthambhore park also boasts of having varied animal and bird life.
Way to reach Ranthambhore National Park: Ranthambhore is an easily accessible destination with Jaipur being the closest important city (3 ½ hours driving distance) while Agra is around 5 ½ hours driving distance away.
P.S. Ranthambhore National Park remains closed for visitors from July 01st to September 30th.
Delhi – Day train to Sawai Madhopur
At appropriate time you will be picked up from your place of stay in Delhi or from Delhi airport and transferred to Delhi railway station to board a morning train to Sawai Madhopur (nearest railway station to Ranthambhore). You will be met on arrival at Sawai Madhopur, and a short 20 minutes drive will make you reach Ranthambhore to check in at your hotel. After lunch and brief leisure, proceed for an afternoon jungle safari in an open jeep for wildlife viewing. If lucky, you may get a chance to see the king of the jungle.
Ranthambhore National Park
Morning and afternoon jeep safaris inside the jungle to get the chance to encounter the elusive tiger. Stay overnight at your wildlife resort.
Ranthambhore – Delhi departure
Morning proceed for another jungle safari in an open cantor following a different route to track the wildlife of Ranthambhore National Park. After safari; return back to your resort for late breakfast. After brief leisure, check out and you will be transferred to Sawai Madhopur railway station to board a day train to Delhi. The wildlife tour ends here.