Known for its Bengal tigers, Ranthambhore Wildlife Sanctuary is a famous place in India to see these animals in their natural jungle habitat. And during the day, tigers can be easily seen. The best times are considered to be in November and May for tiger sightings at Ranthambhore National Park.
DAY WISE ITINERARY
DAY 1 – Arrival in Jaipur
- Departing from Chennai airport.
- Pick up from Airport drive for Jaipur hotel check in then local sightseen of Jaipur visit the City Palaces, Amber fort, Hawa Mahal, Jal Mahal, Albert Hall, Govind Dev ji Temple, Birla temple then shopping and over night at hotels.
DAY 2 – Ranthambore
- After breakfast drive for Jaipur to Ranthambore only 150, check in relax then sight seen in Jungle or Tiger National park back to hotel in the evening over night at hotels.
DAY 3 – Ranthambore
- After breakfast morning sightseen in other zone of Ranthambore national park back to hotel relax then drive for Gensha temple and Fort of Ranthambore back to hotel over night at hotel.
DAY 4 – Jaipur
- After breakfast drive for Ranthambore to Jaipur only 150 km drop you at Airport for your ahead journey.
- Departing from airport.
- On arrival Chennai airport.
WHAT ‘S INCLUDED
- We can provide stay for ( 2*, 3*, 5*, 7* )
- Solo Traveller
- Double sharing Rooms
- Suite Rooms
- Deluxe Rooms
- Royal Suite Rooms
- Home Stay (As per required )
- From Trip start to till end the Tour Guide will be take care.
- Local Speaking Guide – ( English,Tamil,Hindi,Telugu & Malayalam ) *
- Breakfast Lunch Dinner (As per required )
- All local vehicle transport.
- Chennai to Chennai transport.
- All Taxes & Fees, Any Activities,Rides.
- Domestic Flight
- Travel Insurance
- As per Customer Request.
Ranthambore is considered by frequent tourists as one of the best national parks in the world to see wild Bengal tigers in their natural habitat. But here you don’t just see the tigers of Bengal, you see the Noor, the Machali, the Male Star, the Unnis, and so on. Each of the denizens of Ranthambore is well known and with its qualified team, The Ranthambhore Bagh is perhaps your best bet to know who is who.
The Ranthambhore tiger reserve is sometimes referred to as a “secluded ecological island surrounded by fields and over-grazed plains,” situated at the intersection of the Aravalis and Vindhyan hill systems covered by Northern tropical dry deciduous forests.
The reserve lies in the eastern districts of Sawai Madhopur and Karauli in Rajasthan, with its eastern border formed by the Chambal River.
The Banas River, a Chambal tributary, flows from the north-west to the south-east through the reserve, dividing the reserve into two equal halves, the Sanctuary of Kela Devi and other parts of the Reserve. Kela Devi Sanctuary (670 sq km) was once part of the royal state of Karauli and is almost half as large as the entire reserve, but has little biodiversity to give as most of it is a dry “table top” plateau.
The other half of the reserve lies southwest of the Banas river, almost entirely in the district of Sawai Madhopur. These primarily include the Ranthambhore National Park (282 sq km), the Sanctuary of Sawai Madhopur (131 sq km) and the Sanctuary of Sawai Man Singh (113 sq km) and the closed area of Kuwalji. Before independence, almost all these forests were a part of the Jaipur state.
Ranthambhore means the Ranthambhore National Park for most tourists, because of its high density of wildlife and the presence of tigers in the national park and its immediate vicinity. The path to this section of the Reserve is via the town of Sawai Madhopur, which is also on the main Delhi-Mumbai rail route at a distance of 362 km from Delhi.
In the national park, Sawai Madhopur and Sawai Mansingh sanctuary, all the tiger safaris in Ranthambore are conducted, since this is the only part of the entire Project Tiger reserve that has a stable and noticeable wild tiger population.