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    Tigress carrying her young cub @ Aditya Singh
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    Indian Peafowl at Rajbagh @ Aditya Singh
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    Tiger with the Ranthambhore Fort in the background @ Aditya Singh
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    Tiger at Ranthambhore @ Aditya Singh
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    Sambar at the lake @Aditya Singh
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    Painted Sandgrouse @ Aditya Singh
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    A rather obliging Rufous Treepie @ Aditya Singh
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    Painted Spurfowl @ Aditya Singh
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Ranthambhore Extension


Highlights: Game drives in open 4 WD to track Tigers and other wildlife, the historic 1000-year-old fort, nearby water bodies for winter migratory birds and excellent photo opportunities in dry open country

Set against the backdrop of the historic 1000-year-old Fort, Ranthambhore’s charm lies in its man-made lakes and ancient reservoirs, which have merged into the natural system as vital sources of water, besides ruins of mosques, tombs, watchtowers and palaces scattered within the park. The scenic water bodies of Padam Talao, Malik Talao and Raj Bagh, with the spectacular fort in the background, are images that get permanently etched onto your mind.

The sparse landscape, well laid out tracks and the uninhibited nature of its Tigers make Ranthambhore one of the finest places to observe Tigers, often seen hunting their prey in broad daylight. The reserve also has a host of other predators such as Leopard, Caracal, Sloth Bear and Jungle Cat. The abundant prey base includes Sambar, Chital, Nilgai, Chinkara and Wild Boar. Marsh Crocodiles abound in the lakes and regularly take down Sambar deer feeding in the lakes during the summer months.

Of the 300 plus species of birds reported at Ranthambhore, the notable ones are Jungle & Rock Bush Quails, Painted Sandgrouse, Painted Spurfowl, Indian Vulture, Brown Fish Owl, the uncommon White bellied Minivet, Sulphur bellied Warbler, Yellow eyed Babbler, White-naped and Yellow-crowned Woodpecker, Sirkeer Malkoha, Indian Scops Owl, Savanna Nightjar, Tickell’s Blue Flycatcher, Indian Thicknee and White-bellied Drongo.

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Fact Sheet
  • Region: North-western part of Rajasthan
  • Duration: 04 Nights/ 05 Days tour by road
  • Departures: October to May

Travel Itinerary

Day 01: DELHI to RANTHAMBHORE Early morning transfer to the railway station to board the train for Sawai Madhopur. Arrive Sawai Madhopur and transfer to the lodge. Afternoon game drive in the park in open 4 WD accompanied by our local guide. You can also opt for an excursion to the Ranthambhore Fort, a spectacular combination of Rajput and Mughal architecture which offers a birds’ eye view of the Tiger Reserve. Overnight at Dev Vilas
Day 02, 03 & 04: RANTHAMBHORE NATIONAL PARK Over the next three days we explore Ranthambhore, covering diverse habitats in open 4 WD accompanied by experienced local guides to track Tigers and other wildlife. The tracks follow the general lay of the land taking you through the largest expanse of dry deciduous forests with a historical landscape that makes this a truly unique wildlife experience Overnight at the Dev Vilas
Day 04: RANTHAMBHORE to DELHI After a morning game drive we transfer to the railway station to board the afternoon train for Delhi. Arrive Delhi by evening and check in at the hotel or head onwards to your next destination.