Ranthambhore Tiger Safari

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Ranthambhore Tiger Safari

At Ranthambhore Regency, we leave no stone unturned to give you the best safari experience Ranthambhore offers. Book our passionately organised jungle drives with experienced, elite guides for a magical escapade into Ranthambore’s Premiere Reserve.

Best time to Visit –

Ranthambhore National Park opens its doors to tourists from the 1st of October each year, till 30th June of the consecutive year.

Though most tourists set foot into the Reserve mainly in the winter (November-March) to avoid the blazing summer sun, the period from November to February is recommended for exceptional wildlife viewing and sighting the migratory avifauna from as far as Russia and Siberia who make Ranthambhore their winter home.

But, if it is the elusive tiger that you want to glimpse, the summer months (April-June) provide easy sightings, though the temperatures may soar up to 40 degree Celsius.

Thus, the ideal time for visiting the park is in March when the fauna, avifauna and comfortable temperatures play gracious hosts.

Transportation Options –

The following modes of transport are available to enjoy the scenic jungle drives:

  • Gypsy (Open 4WD Jeep): 6 seats
  • Diesel Canter (Open Safari Bus): 20 seats
  • Petrol Canter (Open Safari Bus): 12-15 seats

Park Timings –

Period

Morning Safari

Evening Safari

October-March

7:00 am – 11:00 am

3:00 pm – 6:00 pm

April-June

6:30 am – 10:30 am

3:30 pm – 6:30 pm

 

Additional Information –

  • The Government of Rajasthan reserves the right of admission within the park.
  • The park may be closed without prior notice to visitors.
  • Once the booking is confirmed, no refund/cancellation is permissible.
  • Bookings are non-transferable.
  • Seats reserved cannot be exchanged with or resold to other visitors.
  • Providing ID proof is essential to enter the Park.
  • At the time of entry, visitors are liable to pay any difference in costs of ticket and/or accessories than at the time of booking.
  • Reporting for boarding the canter/gypsy at least 15 minutes prior to the scheduled departure time at the designated place is expected from each visitor.

Rules for Photography Equipment –

  • There is no charge for still cameras.
  • PCam, DCAm and VCam charges are to be paid as per current rules laid down by Tourism/Forest Department policies.

Special Notes on the Safari –

  • Ranthambhore Regency requires the name and Passport number of each visitor (Foreign/Indian) to book the Safari.
  • For Indian Nationals, the name and ID details of everyone travelling s essential at the time of the Safari booking.
  • Other details required at the time of booking are the date, time and kind of safari.
  • To confer the Safari, the party must make an advance payment, which is non-refundable and non-adjustable.
  • It is difficult to get Jeeps at Ranthambhore, as only 15 Jeeps are allowed to go inside the park during any given safari, and there are only 6 guests per Jeep - the rest of the guests need to travel by the Canters.
  • The entire safari is subject to availability and is on first come first serve basis.
  • The Forest Department charges the full advance payment for the vehicle hire charges, vehicle park entry fee, pax entry fee, and naturalist charges for park safaris.
  • Vehicles are released by the Forest Department only after full advance payment is received.
  • No refund/cancellation or transferring is permitted after reservation is confirmed.
  • Subsequent changes in entrance fees or government taxes will be extra and will have to be borne by the Guest or Travel Agent.
  • Any changes in policies by the Ranthambhore Park authorities will be intimated to visitors and will be applicable for all future bookings. 
     

    Other Excursions Organised by Ranthambhore Regency

    Excursion to Ranthambhore Fort

    Looming high over the surrounding National Park, Ranthambhore Fort is a must visit destination in Ranthambhore – the land that derived its name from this citadel. One of India’s largest; this fortress boasts of spectacular conquests and now extinct cultural extravaganzas. With a confluence of Rajput and Mughal architecture, renowned temples, mosques, palaces and more – the fort is the perfect place to enjoy a picnic.

    An Outing to Old Sawai Madhopur

    The old city of Sawai Madhopur is home to a fascinating medley of culture, religion and colour. From interesting temples belonging to ancient times to vibrantly dressed locals going about their day and a thriving shopping scene – Sawai Madhopur has it all. While visiting, make sure to get your hands on some of the beautiful silver jewellery, indigenous perfumes, hand crafted objects out of khus grass and other local specialities.

    Camel Safari

    If you’re interested in witnessing the splendour of rural Rajasthan – its people, livestock, flora and fauna, pre-book a camel safari with us and get ready to come face to face with the myths and mysteries of Ranthambhore. You’ll be able to see beautiful birds, small mammals and probably antelope herds existing in unity with the friendly native populace, outside the confines of the national park.

    Excursion to Surual Lake

    At Ranthambhore Regency, we can also arrange for you to visit a magical winter site – the seasonal Surual Lake. You’ll be mesmerised by the assortment of migratory birds that travel to this water body sheltered by lush fields and meadows to spend the frigid months.

    Exploiting the Shopping Scene at Dastakari Kendra

    The Dastakari Kendra, just a short walk from the Ranthambhore Regency is a fabulous place to purchase a few mementos of the township. A local co-operative society which provides employment to native women who produce fascinating artefacts and clothing, this shopping centre can be reached by availing a free ride from the hotel.

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