Tigers and Wildlife of Ranthambore Safari
Deriving its name from the pictorial fort inside, the Ranthambore National Park is one of India’s most renowned national parks. Located where the Aravali Range and plateau of the Vindhyas meet, Ranthambore National Park was once where the royals of Jaipur hunted. The national park is also considered a prominent heritage site due to the ancient ruins found inside.
The town of Sawai Madhopur is the gateway to the national park with a thriving biodiversity set among ancient religious structures, several man-made lakes and aesthetically-crumbling cenotaphs.
You are bound to be enthralled to watch the splendid tiger roam about in its natural habitat, in the wild! Alternating between dry deciduous forests and swathes of grasslands, the Ranthambore National Park is recognised as one of the best places in the country to spot tigers. Today, sprawling across a little more than 1300 square kilometres including core and buffer area, the Ranthambore National Park is every wildlife enthusiast, photographer and a spirited traveller’s haven.
All Meals at the lodge.
Dinner and overnight at Lodge.
Dates & Rates:
23 – 29 November 2021
$3500 per person sharing
- Maximum 3 guests
- 30% deposit secures your spot
- 11 AC Toyota cab for transfer from Jaipur to Ranthambore and back
- 6 nights’ accommodation with all meals for at Sawai Vilas Ranthambore
- 12 Safari drives in a private gypsy to the best zones of the park
- Visit to the Ranthambore fort
- Fixed guides for the drives
- Legend Safaris photographic guide
- Photographic tutoring
- International Airfare and visa
- Any extra meals and beverages
- Anything not mentioned under Inclusions
- Gratuities to staff