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Ranthambore National Park, Sawai Madhopur

Categories: National Parks, Wildlife Areas, Nature & Parks
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4/5 based on 2,600+ reviews on the web
Keep your eyes peeled for elusive wild tigers as you take a safari through Ranthambore National Park, a wildlife sanctuary and one of India’s largest national parks. Established in 1980, the park has seen an increase in the local tiger population, which measured at 62 in 2014. Join a morning or afternoon jeep safari and explore the deciduous forests and grassy meadows of the park. On your tour, you might encounter numerous bird species, sloth bears, leopards, hyenas, and if you’re lucky, the majestic Indian tiger. Take a look at our Sawai Madhopur tour planner to schedule your visit to Ranthambore National Park and learn about what else to see and do during your holiday.
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  • Could not spot a tiger, could see spotted deers, sambhar, peacock, croc, birds..safari is worth an experience! 
  • After 9 hours of safari we could see a tiger at the time of leaving at the exit. Very difficult to spot the tiger as there are 10 zones and each safari is restricted to a single zone. There are option...  read more »
  • No tiger can be seen only a few spotted deers are seen,cows .The jungle is not very dense .No birds are seen .Lot of school children are also taken to this jungle. 
  • I love tigers. I am connected to them and I understand the allure in wanting to see a tiger especially in it's natural habitat but if you actually cared about the tigers you would not attend the safari. There is enough conflict there between them and human beings due to overpopulation and encroachment. Too many have died over the past year and they are endangered enough already. Leave the tigers to live in peace. They don't need or want you there. This is just a corrupt way to make money for some and fill a selfish unnecessary desire with no thought at all to the well being of the tigers by others
  • Great park in india go for route number 1, 3 ;5 sighting of tiger will be more i visit this place on 7/03/16 and i stayed at ankur resort . in morning time i visit ranthambore national park . i advise that if your going with your family and kids the plz take care of these things, 1) in winter time plz do not go inside without scarf ,jacket ,gloves and cap or woolen caps bcoz its freezing inside the jungle. 2) do not take such things like nails cutter or knife otherwise you will be in trouble. 3) canter prices per head in jungle is cheap than jeep 4) dont give any eatable to monkeys. take care of your bags and food items. 5) if you are with kids then plz take water bottles and some refreshment with you. 6) keep silent in jungle otherwise you will not see a single bird. over all it was a great experience, everyone should visit this park
  • You'll love to see this place. I was lucky and able to view the Tiger. This is one of biggest and largest National Park in Rajasthan. This is the must visit place and you'll get a chance to spend 3-4 hours in 100% natural forest environment. Try to go early in the morning and book your Safari one day before.
  • very good is ranthambor jaipur rajasthan
  • THIS PLACE IS BEAUTIFUL BUT THE SAFARI’S ARE A DISASTER. To many big very old trucks, no shock absorders. So becarefull for a whiplash! I willn’t recommed any body these safari’s!
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