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5 Day Tiger Trails Wildlife Safari in India
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Hotel Ranthambore Regency, Ranthambore Road, Sawai Madhopur, 322001, Rajasthan, India

Exciting Tiger Safaris India

This tiger trail safari in Ranthambore is carefully designed to give you a great wildlife experience. Hotel Ranthambore Regency's highly experienced team of drivers and naturalists who know the forest like the back of their hand. Committed at serving guests with the highest levels of hospitality, Hotel Ranthambore Regency also endeavors to make this trip worthwhile by providing dedicated guides to convert your dream of seeing the hard-to-pin-down wild tiger into a reality.

Highlights

  • Visit to Ranthambore Fort
  • Boat safari in Palighat Crocodile Park
  • Game drives at Ranthambore National Park
  • Morning wake up call with tea, coffee, and cookies
  • Professional driver and guide services
  • 4 nights accommodation
  • Daily delicious meals

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Accommodation

You will be provided with four nights accommodation in Hotel Ranthambore Regency. It is a private estate on Ranthambore Road. The Ranthambore Regency is just a modicum of what to expect at India’s favorite Tiger Reserve.

They combine the woodsy aura of the surrounds with plush interiors to give you a feel of contemporary Rajasthan with the royal hunting fields as the playground and modern-day amenities to wow every condescending traveler who passes through the region.

With breathtaking views of the Vindhyas and the Arravali’s each time you look out of your window, melodious sounds of the native avifauna pecking on tree trunks or having chirpy conversations with their comrades and jungle cats minding their own business, you will be as close to nature as you possibly can, while living in the lap of gorgeous luxury.

With each amenity provided, Hotel Ranthambore Regency promise to make your stay as private, delightful, comfortable and exquisite as probable while personally attending to all your whims and fancies.

At Ranthambhore Regency, the familial environment ensures that guests are bestowed with the best of everything, from gastronomic delights to recreational facilities, stylish rooms to artsy outdoors and tiger safari’s (with the finest guides of the region) to opportunities to explore the natural, cultural and historical heritage of Ranthambhore.

While staying, you will feel immensely pampered, because everything you can ever want will be arranged with a simple phone call to the reception.

Program

Day 1: Arrival

You will arrive at Sawai Madhopur Junction Railway Station and the team will pick you up at the arrival point. You will check-in at the Ranthambore Regency. Post lunch, you will head out for a visit to Ranthambore Fort, a UNESCO world heritage site. Ranthambore Fort is the second largest fort in Rajasthan and is situated inside the tiger reserve. The 1,200-year-old hill fortress was once a strategic post to prevent Marathas from increasing their influence up north.

It is also home to famous three-eyed Hindu god, Ganesh, whose blessings are sought before any new beginnings. The jeep would drop you at the entrance of the fort and an easy walk of one and a half kilometers would take you to the top of the fort which will take you approximately four hours. After that, you may enjoy your dinner and overnight stay.

Day 2: Ranthambore National Park

You will have a morning wake-up call with tea, coffee, and cookies before getting started to explore the first morning safaris with the in-house naturalist and safari driver. The safari vehicle will report as per their respective timings to start safaris. After morning safaris, the staff will escort you for breakfast and hear your experience about the Ranthambore Park safaris.

After breakfast, you will be driven to explore the Ranthambore villages and museum then return for lunch and some chill-out. You will start an afternoon jungle safari again with the trained in-house naturalist and driver. After the evening safaris, you will be given time to get ready for dinner and leisure time.

Day 3: Ranthambore National Park

On morning, you will have a wake-up call with tea, coffee, and cookies before getting started to explore the first-morning safari with the in-house naturalist and safari driver. The safari vehicle will report as per their respective timings to start safaris. After morning safari, the staff will escort you for breakfast and hear your experience about the Ranthambore Park safari.

After breakfast, they will arrange the short trip to the lake which is known for bird-watching and one species of rare antelope which is not found in the park, the blackbuck antelope. Then you will return for lunch and some leisure time. Then you will be back from the afternoon safari and have your dinner. You can also enjoy the facilities during your free time.

Day 4: Ranthambore National Park to Palighat Crocodile Safari

You will have a beautiful drive from Ranthambore to Palighat. With the jungle at either side of the road, you may encounter other wild animals crossing the road. For adventure lovers, a patch of off-road will be another highlight. If you are wondering about best things to do in Ranthambore (apart from tiger safari), you are at the right place for the right reason.

Palighat Crocodile Park is situated on the banks of Chambal River which is about 35 kilometers away from Ranthambore and takes about an hour to reach. There is not anything better than adding a visit to Palighat if you are traveling to Ranthambore and looking for an unforgettable experience by the banks of Chambal River.

Another reason why visiting Palighat crocodile park is one of the best things to do in Ranthambore is the presence of huge numbers of gharials which is already an endangered species, living along with mighty marsh crocodiles within the steams of Chambal river. Take a boat safari in Palighat Crocodile Sanctuary and do not forget to bring your binoculars along to cease any opportunity of encounter between predators and their prey.

Other species you can expect to witness includes jungle cats, turtles, skimmers. Though the Gangetic dolphins breed quite far from Palighat Crocodile Park, but there have been rare occasions when people have sighted Gangetic dolphins within Palighat crocodile sanctuary.

Palighat crocodile safari is an offbeat tour designed and developed by Vedic walks to offer a great add-on to your Ranthambore visit. Lies in the interiors of a remote village, an excursion of Palighat will also include village tour of Palighat visiting ancient temple and getting a bird's eye view of the this region from the hill.

After the morning long excursion which was almost for five to six hours and after lunch, you will be taken for the afternoon safari in Ranthambore Park then return to hotel and take your own time for barbecue dinner.

Day 5: Departure

You will ahve a morning wake up call with tea, coffee, and cookies before getting started to explore the first morning safaris with the in-house naturalist and safari driver. The safari vehicle will report as per their respective timings to start safaris. After morning safaris, the staff will escort you for breakfast and hear your experience about the Ranthambore Park safaris. Then you will checkout for your onward journey.

Included excursions

On the first day of your tour, you will be able to visit the Ranthambore Fort, a UNESCO world heritage site and is the second largest fort in Rajasthan situated inside the tiger reserve. The 1,200-year-old hill fortress was once a strategic post to prevent Marathas from increasing their influence up north.

Location

This safari tour will take place at Ranthambore National Park and Palighat Crocodile Safari in Rajasthan, India.

Ranthambore National Park

Deriving its name from one of India’s oldest, largest, and most stunning fortresses that stands imperially and imposing a structure of 700 feet above the fertile forestland, Ranthambhore National Park is a widely acclaimed sanctuary.

Nestled in the south-eastern region of Rajasthan, the national park, former hunting ground of the game loving Maharaja’s of Jaipur, has today been converted into a core participant of tiger conservation, being an integral battlefield of Project Tiger.

Ranthambore is a tiger reserve which is located in the district of Sawai Madhopur in the southeastern part of the state of Rajasthan. It is nearly about 130 kilometers from Jaipur. Ranthambore National Park is mainly famous for the tigers living within the park. Moreover, it is one of the finest locations within India to capture the majestic predators in their natural habitat.

The tigers can be easily spotted during the busy day in their quest to hunt and take legitimate care of their budding ones. Ranthambhore is also being counted as one of the famous world heritage sites because of the photographic ruins and the historical fort that compliments the natural wildlife park.

All the animals of Ranthambore National Park are used to the dry, perishing forest environment. Ranthambore Tiger Reserve was affirmed a wildlife sanctuary in the year of 1957. After that, in the year 1974, it gained the fortification of "Project Tiger." It earned its status of a national park in the year 1981.

It is dotted with ancient banyan, dhok, pipal, and clusters of mango trees crisscrossed with pine patches. The jungle is a naturally a dry deciduous type, with dhok being one of the most evident trees found throughout the section. Ranthambore National Park is an eminent wildlife park. It is considered as one of the finest places in the nation to see the Bengal tiger.

It also comprises of a deserted castle alongside the lake. It supports a huge series of flora and fauna that makes it a magnificent destination for vacation. Ranthambore safari bookings are taken throughout the year.

Ranthambore Fort

Ranthambore Fort is the second largest fort of Rajasthan and is situated inside the tiger reserve. The 1,200-year-old hill fortress was once a strategic post to prevent Marathas from increasing their influence up north. It is also home to famous three-eyed Hindu god, Ganesh, whose blessings are sought before any new beginnings.

The tenth century Ranthambhore Fort has stood witness to the changing faces of the earth, from precipitous ravines to the web cast by the overflowing streams and lakes intercepting the forest floor. A few Rajput and Mughal monuments lay in shambles amidst lush foliage, giving you a glimpse into the regions celebrated past.

The terrain is moody, altering from invincible forests to exposed fields and everything in between. Scattered across it are some gorgeous recreational palaces, guard posts, rest houses, and watch towers that were once occupied by the ever changing inhabitants of the citadel, singing praises of the valor and strife that happened to occur in the expansive playground.

For ten centuries, the area has seen a constant battle of dominance between the Bhilwala Tribe, the Nagil Jats, Hada Rajput’s, the Rana’s of Mewar, Bahadur Shah, Akbar, and even the Kachwaha Maharaja’s of Jaipur. Today, it is ruled by the striped predator, the tiger.

Besides the gloriously coated tiger, other animals that continue to live there are the leopard, jungle cat, antelope, sloth bear, marsh crocodile, and hyena to name a few. This park does not fail to impress ornithologists as it houses over 350 bird species and attracts migratory birds during the cold winter months from as far as Siberia.

Even in terms of flora, the park has widespread varieties of plant life that charm eager naturalists. Besides the wilderness, the promising backdrop of the fort is a magnet for photography aficionados.

Pali Ghat Crocodile Park

Palghat Crocodile Park is situated on the banks of Chambal River which is about 35 kilometers away from Ranthambore and takes about an hour to reach. There is nothing better than adding a visit to Pali Ghat if you are traveling to Ranthambore and looking for an unforgettable experience by the banks of the river.

Huge numbers of gharials, which are already an endangered species, live along with mighty marsh crocodiles within the streams of Chambal River.

Features

Activities

  • Spa
  • Steam room
  • Swimming pool (outdoor)

General

  • Air-conditioned public areas
  • Concierge desk
  • Dining area
  • Environmentally friendly
  • Fireplace
  • Garden
  • Lobby
  • Lounge
  • Luggage room / storage
  • Meditation garden
  • Restaurant
  • Terrace

Services

  • Car rental
  • Currency exchange
  • Dry cleaning
  • Free bicycle
  • Internet access
  • Ironing / ironing board
  • Laundry
  • Library
  • Medical assistance
  • Newspapers
  • Parking lot
  • Tour assistance

Food

During this safari, you will be provided with daily breakfast, lunch, and dinner. You will also have a morning wake up call with coffee, tea, and cookies daily.

The following meals are included:

  • Breakfast
  • Lunch
  • Dinner
  • Drinks

The following dietary requirement(s) are served and/or catered for:

  • Regular (typically includes meat and fish)
If you have special dietary requirements it's a good idea to communicate it to the organiser when making a reservation

Things to do (optional)

With a number of exciting excursions to choose from, there is a lot more you can do if you are looking for a break from tiger spotting. Hotel Ranthambore Regency offers you a number of day trips that help satiate your need to explore local history, culture, and nature.

If you are looking for some authentic retail therapy, they can also help you plan a memorable trip to some of the bustling local markets that sell a variety of souvenirs and handicraft items unique to this part of the country.

Spend your time walking through the ruins of 10th century forts, look up to the heavens and spot some of the exotic birds that make Ranthambore their home a few months every year or explore a modern marvel in the form of the Mansarovar Dam. Ranthambore Regency is able to plan the perfect excursions for you and your family.

What's included

  • Safari drive at Ranthambore National Park
  • Crocodile safari at Palighat Crocodile Park
  • 4 nights accommodation
  • Daily meals
  • Morning wake up call with coffee, tea, and cookies

How to get there

Arrival by airplane

Please book your flight to arrive at Jaipur International Airport (JAI). The 180 kilometers drive from the airport to Ranthambhore Regency can be completed in three and a half hours. It is well linked with Mumbai and Delhi, flights land into Jaipur daily from these chief cities via major commercial carriers like Jet Airways, Indian Airlines, and Indigo Airlines amongst others.

The flying time is just 30 minutes from New Delhi and 90 minutes from Mumbai via Sawai Madhopur. 10 kilometers away, the town of Sawai Madhopur has its own airstrip. However, it is used only by ministers and not for commercial purposes.

Arrival by train

Just 10 kilometers away from the railway station of Sawai Madhopur, Ranthambhore Regency is easily accessible by train from Mumbai, Delhi, and Jaipur as all of these offer regular super fast train services stopping at Sawai Madhopur. Sawai Madhopur also receives rail services from other major cities in Rajasthan.

Depending on the train chosen, the time taken from major destinations to Sawai Madhopur station from Jaipur is two and a half to three hours, from New Delhi is three and a half to five and a half, from Mumbai it is overnight approximately 13 hours.

Cancellation Policy

  • A reservation requires a deposit of 50% of the total price.
  • The deposit is non-refundable, if the booking is cancelled.
  • The rest of the payment should be paid on arrival.
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