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Enter the lair of the tiger when you travel to Ranthambore in Rajasthan India. See the magnificent Royal Bengal Tiger on wildlife safari and have a roaring time at National Park Ranthambore.
See tigers laze in the midst of deep greens and hear musical birdcalls as you scour mud tracks deep within the enchanting Ranthambore forests. Experience an extraordinary variety of wildlife and landscapes. Explore true wilderness regions on a guided safari, listen to the calls and absorb the scents of the bush.
Ranthambore National park, located about 30 km outside of a small town called Sawai Madhopur, is famous for its tigers and is one of the best places in the country to see these majestic predators in the wild. It covers 1334 sq km of open land, in which there are approximately 30 tigers and a myriad variety of wildlife like leopards, jackals, macaques, flying foxes, monitor lizards and other such rare animal species.
The fort is located in the middle of the park and is mostly in ruins; built in the 10th century, it houses three temples and towers seven hundred feet above its surroundings. The fort is a formidable affair and was the battleground for many armies in the past and holds immense historical importance. A mosque is also situated in the fort; a reminder of the Mughal rulers who once governed the place. This fort also has many small lakes and water bodies near it that provide a safe haven for birds and other animals in the park. The ruins of the past give Ranthambore a unique and refreshing appeal.
WTH team member will greet you at the airport and head to Ranthambore by car.
Douse your tiredness of long travel; you can take a nap or small rest in the resort.
After lunch, you will proceed in an open canter to Balaas Camp for a thrilling excursion. This place is on a hill amidst dense forest. There would be a small trek to the Sunset point.
On the way back, you would enjoy Night Safari through Kandar and various parts of the jungle. The open jeep ride will let you be aware of the jungle milieu better. You get the opportunity to see fascinating nocturnal creatures including owls, mongoose, hyena and leopards which are seldom seen during the day.
You could ride books on wildlife or watch a short slide show on Tiger Preservation. After a long day, you can soothe your nerves with music, drinks and bonfire under the starry canopy.
Comfortable and peaceful overnight stay at the forest reserve will shove off all your tiredness of the day and will prepare you to take the Tiger trailing next day (2nd day).
Ranthambore Jungle Safari
Spend the morning with a short farm walk. The early walk could also fetch you a good chance of Bird watching. Return back to enjoy thrilling water polo or relax by the poolside and rambling around the resort, before setting to relish the sumptuous hot and spicy Indian food.
Post lunch gear up for the drive into the wilderness. The silent forest full of green giggles, animals like Monkey, Deer, Jungle Cat and Langoor loafing with an iota of innocence, lakes housing several colorful water birds, and trees encircled with Pythons and many shrubs – all together will be cheered welcoming you to their den. Being on the Tiger trail, you will have opportunity to see Tigers in their natural habitat. You can even film them with your digital handy cam.
In the evening, you can enjoy traditional Rajasthani folk dances and music at bonfire.
Early morning Jeep Safari into the Ranthambore National Park / Game drive. Back to the hotel for lunch. Post lunch visit the Ranthambore fort and then proceed for Jungle Safari. Overnight at Hotel.
It’s time to wish adios to the royal forest of Ranthambore, the intoxicating jungle smells, birds and wildlife and retrace your path back home. After breakfast, you drive back to Jaipur Airport.