Managed to see quite a lot of animals like nocturnal deer, big lizards, peacock, peahen, deers etc took individual gypsy and been to zone 6. Quite an amazing experience
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About Ranthambore National Park
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We were a group of 4 friends from kolkata we visited Ranthambore with some purpose in mind and it was all fulfilled we stayed in Ranthambore residency (1200 ta for AC double bed) we stayed 4 days took 6 safari (zone @4,6,2,4,3,2) and 1 half...More
Must visit place if you nature lover safari on jeep is awesome experience and you lucky like me if you spot tiger during safari 4 hr safari cost around 4000 for 6 persons in Gypsy . As per guide there are 63 tigers in this...More
Been twice to photograph tigers, the last time i managed to photograph sloth bears and a leopard too!
We were there for 2 days in June 2017. The forest is dense and have many tigers with plenty of other animals such Samber. Jackal, crocodile , kobra, peacocks, spot dear , wild boar, mo keys, leopard etc. we have seen all of these except...More
Stayed in Ranthambore for 2 nights at the start of November (sorry for late review) and had 4 Safari drives in the park. I apologise for not remembering the zones but think we had all drives between zones 1-4. Before our drives we were advised...More
This park has a Royal Bengal Tiger population of 63 and a sloth bear population of 20. There are a number of randomly allotted game drives that one takes through the park on high 4 wheel drive vehicles. The morning game drives are prime for...More
Left the hotel around 6am for the morning group Safari in large open top truck, zone 5 was very bumpy and at times very uncomfortable driving through a dry rocky riverbed. We saw mostly birds & deer on the morning trip. Afternoon trip was zone...More