FAQ’s on a trip to Ranthambore National Park

trip to Ranthambore National Park

What is the best way to reach Ranthambore National Park?

A. Sawai Madhopur is the nearest town to Ranthambore, rail route could be the best suitable option to reach Ranthambore from any part of India as the nearest railway station to Ranthambore is in Sawai Madhopur District of Rajasthan. Sawai Madhopur is well-linked with other cities by railways. Further, you can hire cabs, local bus, or taxi to reach Ranthambore from Sawai Madhopur Railway Station. The road trip is another option for you. If you are traveling in your private vehicle then you have to choose the safest and shortest route like Jaipur to Ranthambore via Tonk. If you are traveling from Agra, then it would be much easy to choose a road trip via Dausa. From Jaipur, Ranthambore is almost 18 kilometers away and around 280 kilometers from Agra.

When should I plan a visit to Ranthambore National Park?

A. Ranthambore National Park remains closed from 1st July to 30th September every year during monsoon season and remaining months from 1st October to 30th June, the park remains open. Being a desert region, the heat in hot summers is intolerable thus winters are considered to be the best time to visit Ranthambore. For a bird watching tour, the months of November to February are the best as during these months innumerable species of migratory birds wander here. The months of summer season April to June, is very hot as at that time the temperature reaches to around 470c that makes it very difficult to step outside in the daytime. Nevertheless, the chances of tiger sightseeing are relatively higher in summers.

What to carry while traveling to Ranthambore?

A. You must carry things according to the season during your visit to Ranthambore. Here is season-wise information about the things you should carry during your trip to Ranthambore –

Summer – the months of April to June, the weather gets hot with the scorching sun over your head. So, it is best to carry loose cotton clothes along with a summer hat, sunglasses, and a scarf. You must not avoid sunscreens on an afternoon Ranthambore safari in summer as you are out in the open roof jeep or canter. If you have book your safari in the evening then you should also carry a mosquito repellent cream or spray to avoid mosquito bites in the forests.

Winter – the months of November to February, the weather is pleasant and cool. So, you must carry sufficient warm clothes as the temperature drops down to 20c during the peak winters. You must carry warm clothes like sweaters, jackets, hand gloves, mufflers, etc. If you are going for morning safari bookings in winter season then you should also carry a blanket on the safari.

Which is the best suitable safari zone for spotting tiger in Ranthambore National Park?

A. The Ranthambore National Park is comprised of 10 safari zones and all the zones are open for both jeep and canter safari. Both the vehicles travel on the same route in any zone which is allowed as the safari tracks. The safari zones are randomly allotted by the forest officials to jeeps and canters at the time of entry so it is unable to change anything related to the safari zone. Although, zone 1 to 5 is considered as the best safari zones for tiger sightseeing as these zones cover most of the lakes and other water bodies where tigers often visit or catch its prey. Though, all the safari zones are equally rich in wildlife species and other territories of tigers.

Q. Which safari is best – Morning Safari or Afternoon Safari?

A. However, both the Ranthambore safaris are often similar for wildlife experiences and for tiger sightseeing. On the contrary, the chances of tiger sightseeing are high in the morning safari which has slightly better chances for tiger sightseeing than that of afternoon safari. While in the afternoon safaris, tigers mostly avoid the harsh sun rays and normally don’t step out in the sun. Nevertheless, the afternoon safari in winter season offers some better chances of tiger sightseeing as you can find the, laze around in the sun. Thus, morning safari is best in the summer season and afternoon safari is best in winters.

How I got Encountered with Five Tigers in Ranthambore Wildlife Safari?

Willing to see a tiger is an urge of every travel enthusiast and I was the one among them, so I decided to visit Ranthambore for a wildlife trail before the park closed for the monsoon. I was trying to check my luck at Ranthambore National Park because it seems to be very difficult to spot tigers in its natural habitat. Luckily, I saw tigress with her cubs and the moment was so pleasurable that make my trip worth of it. Cubs were jumping around her mother and prancing all around. Another tigress and her cubs remained elusive, but I spot many other wild animals in the reserve. It took us for four Ranthambore safaris over one full and two half days.

My Ranthambore Safari schedule

Safari 1, since after my arrival – As soon as we reached Ranthambore, we were left for Ranthambore Safari. Initially, there was nothing more than deer but as we were continuing we saw a flash of orange which may turn out to be a tiger. No doubt, Machli it was. Almost 800 meters she continuously followed us pausing to get cool in the puddles along the way. We all got engaged in admiring Machli, a peacock distract us by dancing on the front of our jeep. It was fun after all. Machli is the queen of Ranthambore National Park which is well-documented as a slayer of crocodiles. She’s an old tigress of 17 years and has lost most of her canines.Tiger in Ranthambore forest

Safari 2, the very next day in Ranthambore – This time it was zone 1 and we came back from this safari without spotting a tiger but had learned a lesson of patience. The zone is best known as a house of popular tigress Noor and her cubs. We reached a spot which was surrounded by other jeeps and canters and hear a roar of a tigress and this sets us on high expectations. Later a rumor spread that the tigress had just had water and was not likely to come out. So, we left the spot and went back.tiger safari in Ranthambore with

Safari 3, same day evening safari – The safari starts at 3:30 pm and we went straight to the watering hole where cubs had been sawn in the morning. After a while, tigress named Noor walked up to the watering hole and stayed there for almost 30 minutes by cooling herself in the water afterward she call her cubs and all set for photography. Then she got up to go to the cubs and then slowly came down the hill with the little ones. Almost 15 jeeps and canters were standing there to encounter the tigress. She had maintained enough distance that makes her cubs not too close to human beings.close tiger in forest

Safari 4, next day morning – This was the last Ranthambore Safari and we entered the zone where we got a chance to encounter with another tigress and her cubs. The tigress was named as Krishna. Her cubs eluded us, but then we rewarded with another chance of sighting tiger known as Suraj a male descendant of Machli. The tiger was an adult but for us, he was not less than a full grown tiger. We have captured his exclusive majestic walk in our cameras.tiger cubs Rantahmbore forest

Accommodation in Ranthambore

We had previously booked our stay at Maa Ashapura Farm in Ranthambore which gives us the most wonderful experience that enhances our journey to Ranthambore. We had enjoyed a comfy stay at the farm and a lot more fun activities like a village tour with the horse, horse riding training from experts, swimming pool experience, and the best thing is organic farming. They have served us the most delicious organic food. We had booked our stay in ultra luxury machan of Maa Ashapura Farm which gives us the most pleasing sight of natural surroundings and green fields of the farm.Accommodation in Ranthambore at Maa Ashapura Farm

The entire journey was full of fun and excitement that make this journey the most memorable one. This was the best wildlife journey of my life.

Ranthambore Jungle Safari – Experience The Thrilling Adventure

Ranthambore National Park

One of the largest wildlife reserves of North India, Ranthambore National Park is highly populated with Royal Bengal Tigers. The national park is located in the Sawai Madhopur district of Rajasthan which is 130 kilometers away from Jaipur. Previously, the park is a hunting ground of former kings of the state which is now converted into a wildlife reserve. It is one of those reserves which shelter the world’s largest tiger population. The national park attracts many wildlife photographers, bird watchers, wildlife enthusiasts, nature lovers, etc. Ranthambore National Park covers the area of about 392 sq km which is surrounded by other sanctuaries like Kaila Devi Sanctuary and Mansingh Sanctuary. The varied species of animals and birds of the national park is a perfect wildlife retreat to the family and friends.

Ranthambore safari vehiclesRanthambore safari vehicles

Jeep and Canter are the only two safari vehicles that can enter inside the park and at a time 16 vehicles are allowed in the park for free movement and better sightseeing. Jeep safari can accommodate at least 6 people at a time. Besides the jeep safari, open canters are also available for jungle safari in Ranthambore National Park which is highly recommended for large groups of tourists. Canter safari can carry 20 people at a time.

Which zone is the best suitable to spot Tigers?Which zone is the best suitable to spot Tigers

There totally 10 safari zones which are well-maintained and preserved by the authorities. Zone no. 3,4,2,5 and 6 are the best zones for spotting big cats in their natural habitat. Zone no. 3 is quite popular among tourists as it covers almost three lakes Padam Talao Lake, Rajbagh Lake, Malik Lake which attracts the tiger to drink water from the lake. Every zone of Ranthambore National Park has a chance to spot tigers in their natural habitat, but the most popular zones are 1 to 5. Although it is not yet confirmed that you would be easily able to spot tigers in these zones the chances are very high in these zones.

When to visit Ranthambore National Park?Climate ranthambore Tiger

The months of winters are considered to be the best time to visit Ranthambore National Park as the atmosphere during these months remains pleasant. The early October to end of March is the perfect time to enjoy a wildlife safari in the national park. Extreme temperatures of Ranthambore during summers reach to 45 degree Celsius and dropping at 2 degree Celsius during winters. In the months of Monsoon, the national park remains closed from July to September.

Safari timingsRanthambore Safari Timings

Safari in Ranthambore National Park is organized two times a day and the timings get change according to the climatic conditions. Here are the safari timings of every month –

1st October to 31st October –

  • Morning trip – 6:30 Am to 10:00 Am
  • Evening trip – 2:30 pm to 6:00 pm

1st November to 31st January –

  • Morning trip – 7:00 Am to 10:30 Am
  • Evening trip – 2:00 pm to 5:30 pm

1st February to 31st March –

  • Morning trip – 6:30 Am to 10:00 Am
  • Evening trip – 2:30 pm to 6:00 pm

1st April to 15th May –

  • Morning trip – 6:00 Am to 9:30 Am
  • Evening trip – 3:00 pm to 6:30 pm

15th May to 30th June –

  • Morning trip – 6:00 Am to 9:30 Am
  • Evening trip – 3:30 pm to 7:00 pmRanthambore National Park

You can book your wildlife safari in Ranthambore National Park online and get a great trip with complete guidance, accommodation, jeep safari, and transportation. Ranthambore offers the widest range of accommodation facilities wherein you can enjoy the luxury stay in Ranthambore. The best Ranthambore resort will look after all your requirements and offer you a comfortable stay in Ranthambore. You can also avail the high-quality service with complete safety while enjoying the Jungle safari in Ranthambore National Park.

Popular Wildlife Destinations in Rajasthan

Popular Wildlife Destinations in Rajasthan

Rajasthan is known for splendid palaces, majestic forts, colorful bazaars and golden dunes but you would be delighted to know that Rajasthan is also known for exotic flora and fauna. The beautiful wildlife sanctuaries and national parks of Rajasthan are home to rich wildlife, some of them are critically endangered as well. With the diversity in the landscapes, every wildlife destination offers unique experiences and get you connect with the nature. Most of these destinations are open throughout the year but remains closed during the rainy season in the month of July to September.

Ranthambore National ParkRanthambore National Park Swai Madhopur Rajashan India

Ranthambore National Park is one of the largest national parks in India, located at Sawai Madhopur district of Rajasthan. The park is visited by ample of tourists to enjoy the Ranthambore jungle safari which occurs twice in a day at morning and afternoon. The park is popular for good population of royal Bengal tiger. Also leopards, chital, deer, sambar, nilgai, fox, mongoose and blackbucks can be spotted. Along with enjoying the safari, one can also experience the stay at the luxury tents in Ranthambore. Surrounded by the natural beauty, one can feel the rustic beauty of Rajasthan and rejuvenate the soul under the soothing atmosphere.

Keoladeo Ghana National ParkKeoladeo Ghana National Park India

The former name of Keoladeo Ghana National Park is Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary since the park is located in Bharatpur. The park is home to a wide variety of colorful birds and also declared as the UNESCO World Heritage Site. 366 bird species and 379 floral species are home to this national park. Enjoy the cycle ride early in the morning when there are high chances of spotting domestic and migratory birds.

Sariska National ParkSariska National Park

The Sariska National Park is located at Alwar district of Rajasthan. The park is home to large number of royal Bengal tigers. Other animals like leopards, golden jackals, jungle cats, Rhesus monkeys, striped hyenas, sambhar, nilgai, Hanuman langurs, wild boars, four horned antelope, caracal, and chinkara can be spotted. In this park, tiger relocation and rehabilitation is carried out successfully.

Desert National ParkDesert National Park

The Desert National is only one of its kinds in India, located near Jaisalmer, Rajasthan. The uniqueness of the landscapes which comprises of sand dunes, salt lakes, craggy rocks entice tourists more to visit this park. The endangered Great Indian Bustard, eagles, spotted eagles, laggar falcons, sand grouse, vultures, buzzards, short-toed eagles and falcons can be spotted.

SO, plan your wildlife trip to Rajasthan and enjoy the wildlife safari.

Go Single! Places to visit in India when you are single

Go Single! Places to visit in India when you are single

Holidays!! When we start thinking about holidays then butterfly start flying in the stomach. India is a diverse country and full of heritage, culture, nature, breath-taking views and architecture. When everything can be experienced at one place then why to visit another place? From East to West and North to South, there is so much to see and do in India and when you are single, you are open to do anything. Traveling solo and single makes you learn many new things. So, check out the following places and get set go to find your inner peace in India.

Wildlife Safari at RanthamboreModes of safari in Ranthambore

Head towards Ranthambore to enjoy the wildlife safari and spot the wild animals in their natural habitat. Royal Bengal tiger, leopards, chital, deer, nilgai etc. can be spotted during the Ranthambore Safari which takes place twice a day in the morning and afternoon. The best time to enjoy the safari is between the months of March to May when animals can be seen near water bodies for drinking water. For three months, July to September, Ranthambore National Park remains closed due to the rainy season. Carry sunglasses, hat, binoculars and camera to capture good shots.

Cycling in Bharatpur Bird SanctuaryCycling in Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary

The Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary at Bharatpur, Rajasthan is a paradise for bird lovers. Hire a cycle and visit the sanctuary early in the morning. You will be amazed to see the colorful birds, reptiles, animals and amphibians. During the ride, you will be surrounded by the grasslands and woodlands. Being connecting to the nature is so peaceful amazing.

Food at Punjabi Dhaba to make you droolFood at Punjabi Dhaba to make you drool

Food of Punjab? You might be thinking of mouth-watering delicacies. We are not talking about any 5-star hotel food. Visit a Dhaba at road side in Punjab and fill your tummy with the delicious and scrumptious food of Punjab be it make di roti, sarso ka saag, Amritsari naan or a glass full of lassi. These foods are rich in butter or makkhan and might get you weight gain but sometimes it is okay to cheat.

Bungee Jumping in RishikeshBungee Jumping in Rishikesh

Are you an adventurous place then this place is a must- visit place for you where you will have an adrenaline rush. Experience the bungee jumping in Rishikesh, close your eyes and jump over a rocky hill which is 83 meters high. Overlooking the river Ganges, you will reach at the bottom. There are many places in India where bungee jumping can be experienced but the thrilling experience at Rishikesh is just outstanding.

Mountain Biking from Manali to LehMountain Biking from Manali to Leh

If you are a bike lover then you must enjoy this experience. The Leh-Manali is the beautiful route and biking through this route enables you to witness the snow-capped mountains, hills and breathtaking landscapes. It is a wholesome different experience that you will remember for a lifetime.

Hitchhiking in the heat of RajasthanHitchhiking in the heat of Rajasthan

We know hitchhiking in the summers of Rajasthan at high temperature is painful and sweating. But if you have guts to try out new thing uniquely then this experience is for you. Take a map of Rajasthan with you and explore Rajasthan at your feet. Meet the people during the journey and we know you will be just amazed to see the grand hospitality by the locals. Don’t forget to try out Rajasthani cuisines-dal-bati-churma.

Aarti ceremony at VaranasiAarti ceremony at Varanasi

Get spiritual at Varanasi while witnessing the most mesmerizing evening aarti ceremony dedicated to holy river Ganges in Varanasi. The aarti is performed with the ringing bells and chanting mantras. It will get you immense peace and soothe your mind.

As we said earlier, go single and enjoy exploring the above places to have majestic experiences to be memorable for a lifetime.

Happy Holidays!!

Major Attractions of Ranthambore National Park

Best time to explore Ranthambore National Park

The most notable wildlife reserve in Northern India, Ranthambore National Park is located in the Sawai Madhopur district of Rajasthan, which is almost about 130 kilometers away from the capital city Jaipur. The wildlife reserve is being considered as one of the most renowned and former hunting areas of the Kings/ Maharajas of Jaipur, till date this National Park terrain is a major wildlife tourist attraction spot that has drawn a major attention of various wildlife photographers and wildlife enthusiasts. It is also counted as the famous heritage site and the reason behind this is of the symbolic carcass that marks the wildlife park.

Wildlife species at the national park-Wildlife species at the national park

The national park is spread over an area of approximately 392 sq kilometers and it is a home of various fauna species that you can spot during your Jungle Safari in Ranthambore. You can spot Royal Bengal Tiger, Leopards, Striped Hyenas, Chital, Nilgai, Sambar Deer, Black Bucks, Common or Hanuman Langurs, Macaques, Jackals, Jungle cats, Caracals, Sloth Bear, Rufoustailed Hare, Indian Wild Boar, Chinkara, Common Yellow Bats, Desert Cats, Fivestriped palm squirrels, Indian False Vampires, Indian Flying Foxes, Indian Gerabillies, and many others. The amphibian species of the national park consists of Common India Toad and the Common Frog.

Accommodation in RanthamboreAccommodation in Ranthambore Rajasthan

There are many accommodation options are available in Ranthambore such as homestays, hotels, resorts etc. To figure out the bountiful beauty of Ranthambore, refreshing weather, lavish green surroundings, well-maintained heritage sites makes Maa Ashapura Farm a Best Resort in Ranthambore. Being a perfect get-away location, this resort gains a complacent leisure and spending quality time.

Popular places in and around the royal prefecture- Popular places in and around the royal prefecture ranthambore national park

Ranthambore is not only famous for its Ranthambore National Park, but it is also an abode of distinct heritage sites to visit in and around the wildlife reserve such as-

  • Ranthambore Fort-Ranthambore Fort Ranthambore

the world heritage site, Ranthambore Fort exhibits the unimpeachable laudation of the Chauhan Dynasty.

  • Trinetra Ganesh Temple-Trinetra Ganesh Temple

the name itself depicts the temple is dedicated to “Three-Eyed Ganesh Temple” which is comprised of Ganesha’s whole family.

  • Padam Talao Lake-Padam Talao Lake

an artificial Padam Talao lake is the largest lake which is another halt inside the park entrenched with the splendor of Jogi Mahal.

  • Malik Talao-Malik Talao ranthambore

snuggle amidst the massive green forest, Malik Talao is a heavenly place for capturing migratory birds and crocodiles.

  • Raj Bagh Talao-Raj Bagh Talao Ranthambore

the beautiful and most attractive lake in the national park is a tiger descrying area and you can also spot Sambhar Deer at the lake.  

  • Jeep Safari-Jeep Safari in ranthambore India

the most desirable way to explore wildlife especially for wildlife photography is Jeep Safari. While exploring jeep safari there is a high chance to preview sambhar deer, tigers, leopard, sloth bear, langur, and blue bull.

  • Kachida Valley-Kachida Valley Ranthambore Rajasthan

a treasure trove of a variety of plants, migratory birds, insects, endangered animals etc.

  • Rajiv Gandhi Regional Museum-Rajiv Gandhi Regional Museum

amongst the 4th regional museum that spreads an awareness for the significance of preserving flora & fauna species.

Best time to explore Ranthambore National Park-

The national park remains closed during the monsoon season and during summers there are lesser chance to spot the enriched wildlife species. Thus it is advisable to explore the National Park in the winter season between the months of October to March.Best time to explore Ranthambore National Park

At last, after knowing such wonderful information about the Ranthambore National Park, animals you can spot in the wildlife reserves, places to visit in and around the national park, you can easily plan your weekend or holidays as a wildlife tour to Ranthambore to cherish the richness and charisma of the best Ranthambore resorts which not only offers you self-reliant tented abode  but also, bestow a noteworthy sense of timelessness in the Motherland, bejeweled with remains of heritage forts & daring takeovers of animal kingdom.

Beautiful Places to visit in Sawai Madhopur

Beautiful Places to visit in Sawai Madhopur

Sawai Madhopur is a small city of Rajasthan which is adorned with natures beauty, magnificent architectures, wildlife reserve, enriched flora and fauna species, and much more. It is located in the southeast region of Rajasthan, which is approximately 121 kilometers away from Jaipur- the capital city of Rajasthan. The beautiful town was built as a planned city by Maharaja Madho Singh I of Jaipur. It is surrounded by the Aravalli hills on one side and Vindhya range on the other side which makes the town subtropical and the weather condition includes a dry climate with different seasons, as well as rainy seasons. Ranthambore is a place located nearer to Sawai Madhopur so you can experience the tranquil aura of Sawai Madhopur in the Top Resorts in Ranthambore and enjoy the activities of the resort. The town beholds some of the best places for the wanderer in you-

Ranthambore National Park-Ranthambore National Park

It acquires the top priority in the list of must-visit destinations in the wildlife tour. Ranthambore National Park is one of the biggest and most beautiful wildlife reserves in India. The national park covers the area of approximately 392 sq km which is a home of distinct wildlife as well as flora species. A home to numerous Royal Bengal Tigers, leopard cat, Jungle cat, sloth bear, palm civet, Indian gazelle, and cobras. It features in the picturesque scenery of Padam Talao lake, undulating tracks, canals, and springs.

Chauth Mata Temple-chauth mata temple sawai madhopur

Chauth Mata Temple is one of the most peaceful destinations to visit in Sawai Madhopur that was built by Maharaj Bhim Singh. The locals believe that the king brought the idol of Chauth Mata from Pachala and then he established the same at the hilltop in Sawai Madhopur. A temple was built on the hill which is featured with a Rajput style structure and architecture.

Ranthambore Fort-ranthambore fort sawai madhopur rajasthan

It is one of the oldest forts in Rajasthan, which was built in the 8th century by Chauhan dynasty. The fort is located 5 kilometers inside the wildlife reserve, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Hovering on the height of 700 feet at the hill, the fort offers the mesmerizing views of the surrounding lakes and the wildlife reserves.

Kachida Valley-Kachida Valley sawai madhopur rajasthan

Sawai Madhopur is dotted with rugged hillocks and opulent forests, Kachida Valley is a visual treat and one of the most pictorial places to visit. Kachida Valley is an ideal place for nature buffs and wildlife enthusiasts which is a home to wild boars, panthers, and sloth bear. You can enjoy a horse safari, jeep safari in the surrounding forests.

Khandar Fort-  

An architectural beauty of the fort is certainly among the most extravagant place to visit in Sawai Madhopur. The stunning fortification was built by a Mewar King. The Citadel contains Rani Temple, Jain Temple, Chaturbhuja temple, Jagatpal ji Temple, and Hanuman Temple etc. The most enthralling and panoramic view from the Khandar Fort is a sight to behold.Khandar Fort sawai madhopur rajasthan

Discover the heritage city of Rajasthan, Sawai Madhopur district and spend the most wonderful time in the city with your family and friends. There are plenty of accommodating options available in the city at all kind of budgets. Best Accommodation in Ranthambore includes resorts, tents, royal stays, etc. You can enjoy the activities of the resorts such as goat farming, organic farming, local village tour, jungle wall ride, interact with the local villages and witness the customs they follow in their day to day life. At Sawai Madhopur district you can also enjoy the Village Safari Tour, Jungle wall ride, poolside candlelight dining, etc.

5 Most Popular Safaris to Enjoy in Rajasthan

5 Most Popular Safaris to Enjoy in Rajasthan

Rajasthan is a home of distinctly enriched natural reserves of exotic species of flora and fauna. There are ample of options to enjoy the enchanting safaris in Rajasthan. One of the most prominent safari in Rajasthan is wildlife safari.  Rajasthan is dotted with various national parks and sanctuaries where one can feel pleasure and witness the distinct wildlife species of Rajasthan. To enjoy the wildlife safari the most popular place in Rajasthan is Ranthambore National Park. Apart from this, there are ample of other options to enjoy safaris in Rajasthan.

Top 5 most popular safaris of Rajasthan are

Elephant Safari –

Elephant safari in Rajasthan is believed to be the most renowned royal ride. During the bygone era, Elephant Safari is considered to be the royal safari which was the iconic symbol if the royal family and the most important part of cavalry Rajasthan. The giant mammal has played a most important role in the glorious history of Rajasthan.

Elephant Safari in Rajasthan-Maa-ashapura-farm
Places to enjoy elephant ride-
Amer Fort is the place where you might find this option else the best way to enjoy with this giant mammal is to opt for a day activity at an elephant farm.

Camel Safari-

Camel Safari is one of the most popular safaris of Rajasthan which make you traverse the abandoned deserted region of Rajasthan. The state is one of the very few which offers you a chance to enjoy Camel Safari in India. Rajasthan is blessed with such a wonderful geographical location which makes you enjoy a camel ride in the deserted area.Camel Safari in Rajasthan

Places to enjoy camel ride- The best place to enjoy camel safari in Rajasthan is Jaisalmer.  

Jeep Safari –

Jeep Safari in the dense green forest is the most amazing thing which you can enjoy in Rajasthan. Jeep Safari in Rajasthan can be best experienced in the wildlife reserve wherein you can also spot the exotic range of fauna species especially Tigers. The best part of Jeep Safari is that it can be experienced in all the terrains.Jeep Safari in Rajasthan

Places to enjoy Jeep Safari- The best place to enjoy Jeep Safari is in Ranthambore National Park which is located in the Sawai Madhopur district. Along with this, you can also enjoy the mesmerizing beauty and tranquil aura of Ranthambore while enjoying the excellent services and amenities of Best Resorts in Ranthambore.

Horse Safari

A unique safari to enjoy in Rajasthan is Horse Safari, you can enjoy scaling the mountains and forest areas with a horse ride. The horse safari can also be done in the city tours, village tours, and local tours.horse Safari in Ranthambore

Places to enjoy Horse Safari-  The best place to enjoy horse safari in Rajasthan is at Kumbhalgarh Wildlife Sanctuary and Desert National Park.  

Tiger Safari-

Tiger safari in Rajasthan makes you capture the tigers in a wildlife reserve. It is the best for capturing beautiful photographs of tigers. October to March is the best time to spot tigers as at that time tigers reach the nearby water area to drink water.Tiger Safari in Rajasthan

Places to enjoy Tiger Safari- The best place to enjoy tiger safari is in the Ranthambore National Park of Sawai Madhopur district. You can even book your stay in the Maa Ashapura Farm of Ranthambore wherein you can enjoy the other facilities of the resort apart from enjoying tiger safari in Ranthambore.

These are the top 5 safaris which you can enjoy in your Rajasthan tour, and feel the pleasure from the serene and beautiful aura of Rajasthan. These safaris are not available throughout the year so check before u plan and start booking your tour.  So, get your bags packed and have a chance to witness the widest range of fauna species while enjoying the safaris in Rajasthan.

How to Plan a Perfect Trip to Ranthambore

Dow you want to enjoy a trip to Ranthambore and planning to experience the Ranthambore Willdlife safari? Well, a trip can be made perfect with some planning and managing the things before you depart for dream destination. And if you are traveling with kids then it becomes more important to take care of certain things. With kids, you cannot be careless and leave the things on future. Everything is need to be planned according to the kids so that with your, they also enjoy the trip. We are sharing few tips with you that are not only important for Ranthambore tour but for any tour that you plan in future.

How long you are staying in RanthamboreTent accommodation in Ranthambore India

The foremost thing is to know the duration of your so that you can find out the Best place to stay in Ranthambore and book your stay in advance. Sometime late bookings may cost you more and you may find that Ranthambore Resorts have closed the booking for the date you are looking to stay. There are plenty of resorts that offer Tented Accommodation in Ranthambore, So one can also choose a tent and experience the rustic beauty of nature. This is also the best way to feel the nature and connect with it closely.

Be Realistic

Though there are many good attractions to see in Ranthambore but you should focus on being qualitative rather than quantitative. Means, don’t try to add so many places in your itinerary to explore in a limited time. If you do not have much time then leave some attractions for next time. Try to send at least two to three nights in Ranthambore so that you can enjoy safari and try to spot more and more animals. Because, the safari is all about your luck. The more you experience safari, the more will be chances to spot the wild animals in their natural habitat.

Be Flexible

Just because you have a list of attractions to explore during the tour doesn’t mean that you have follow your itinerary strictly. Sometimes, we devote more time to any attraction then we do not get time to see another attraction. It is okay and you don’t need to be panic for this reason. Because whatever time you devoted to that attraction, you definitely enjoyed it. So, be relaxed and flexible with the tour. Especially, when kids are with you, you cannot run and finish up each attraction in hurry.

Book Ranthambore wildlife safari in advancesurwal lake ranthambore Rajasthan

There are almost 10 gates for safari in Ranthambore and each gate allows a limited number of jeeps and canters to enter. So, try to book in advance so that you can choose a gate as you want. If you will try to book safari after reaching there then probably, it would be too late. In that case, you might even get entry but your chances of spotting animals would be too low. We know that all the plans are made to spot tiger, so leave no stone unturned in making your tour perfect.

Luxury vs Budget

You need to find out that you are traveling with budget constraints or looking for luxury travel. If you are looking for pocket-friendly tour then inspite of booking flight to Jaipur(nearest Airport from Ranthambore), you can choose train/bus as these will make your travel economic. The same thing goes with the accommodation. If you are looking for luxury then Book luxury resort in Ranthambore. Else you can book stay in 3-star hotels which will cost you cheaper.

So, by following above tips, you can enjoy the trip with the Best accommodation in Ranthambore.