Ranthambhore

Dear Explorer
Greetings,
We are pleased to discuss your upcoming trip to Ranthambore.
Our aim is to create life long memories through our outings and we also try to encourage people to travel and explore the world around, hence “Keep exploring…”
We hereby present you our Ranthambore Outing.

Ranthambore is the western most territory of Tigers in India. Once the hunting ground of the Maharajas of Jaipur, spread over an area of 392sqkm approx and was declared as Sawai Madhopur Wildlife Sanctuary in1955 and latter in 1973 it was declared the Ranthambore Tiger Reserve. Today it is home to more than 45 Tigers, sightings of this beast have become very common, which has earned a lot of fame for Ranthombore National Park. Along with wildlife Ranthambore is also famous for its historical significance as people do come to visit famous Fort which attracts photographers across nation and abroad. Along with Tiger Ranthambore is home to other predators like Leopard, Jackal, Illusive Caracal, Jungle Cat, and Sloth Bear. Apart from the tigers and other predators, park is home to Spotted Deer, Sambhar Deer and Barking Deer, and Antelopes such as Chinkara and Neel Gai. Ranthombore is also famous for its Birdlife and has recorded about 270 species of birds of which some are Migrants and most are residents.

The Majestic fort of Ranthambore was built in 10th century and has got lot of Temples, out of which Ganesh Temple is much famous amongst tourist. Apart from fort there are runes of Glorious history of Ranthambore inside the park too. Beautiful and open grasslands provides a wonderful Landscape, sighting tiger in such open grasslands is a mesmerizing sight. Often people spot tigers hunting in lake and grasslands.

Type of Forest: Dry Deciduous

Weather: Temperatures in winter range from 120 C during the Day and can Drop to 00C late at Night and early mornings. Temperature in summer range between 200- 480 C

Accessibility by Train: Sawai Madhopur Station: 15 Kms

Accessibility by Air: Jaipur Airport: 165 Kms.

Day 1: Train to Sawai Madhopur

Board train for Sawai Madhopur.
Pick up from Station and drop at Resort, allotment of Rooms fresh up, Lunch
Post lunch we will go for Fort visit on open Gypsy and in evening return back to Resort, Tea with snacks, an in night Dinner

Day 2: Safari in Ranthambore National Park

Morning wake up cal with tea and cookies, and then will go for morning Safari, return to Resort for Lunch, a short break and will leave for evening Safari, return to Resort Tea and snacks, spend time around resort, in night dinner and end of day.

Day 3: Tiger Safaris in Ranthambore National Park

With an early wakeup call and tea/coffee with cookies, get set for the safari with packed breakfast. On your return to resort have tea, relax refresh. Lunch, post Lunch proceed for another Safari, and return to resort for dinner and overnight stay.

Day 4: Tiger Safaris in Ranthambore National Park.

Wakeup call, Tea/coffee with cookies with packed breakfast get set for the safari, return to resort have tea, relax refresh and lunch. Post lunch we will leave for station in Gypsy to catch train.

Day 5: Reach Destination

Reach our respected station end of Trip

Day 6: End of Trip

Cost Includes:

Swai Madhopur (Pick up and drop) in a Gypsy/Canteras per group size.

Accommodation on twin sharing for 03 nights at resort at Ranthambore with Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, Tea/Coffee and Snacks in morning and evening.

Fort Visit in Gypsy

All Safaris with Park entry permits and private safari gypsy with trained Driver and guide.

Cost Excludes:

Train fares.

Any meals/ mineral water during the train/flight travel.

Any drinks (hard/soft) during your stay at any of the place of your choice.

Any kind of insurance/personal expenses, etc.

Anything not mentioned in ‘the Package Includes’.