Ranthambore Photography Tour


Duration :- 3 Night and 4 Days

Ranthambore national park is nearly a 400 Sq. kilometer wide expanse of predominantly Dhok forest interspersed with lakes and vietiver grassland. Spread along the eastern slopes of central region of Aravalli hills this are used to be the hunting grounds of the Maharajas of Jaipur. Their hunting lodges, though now in ruins, are over run by dense undergrowth of lantana.
One of the best locations to spot Royal Bengal Tigers in the wild, Ranthambore National Park is now considered to be one of their favored breeding grounds too. With a recent increase in tiger population, resulting in frequent and easy sightings, it is attracting more and more wildlife lovers from around the world. 
This superior tiger habitat attracted the attention of legendary conservationist Late Fateh Singh Rathore, and was declared tiger reserve at the very onset of Project Tiger in 1972.
The park is home to a wide variety of flora and fauna; dhok, peepal, jamun and ber form the green canopy that shelters deer, wild boars, blue bulls, langurs, jackals, hyenas, bears and many more species, besides the top two predators, tigers and leopards. Reptiles, such as crocodiles, monitor lizards and pythons can also be spotted in the park, besides a wide variety of resident and migratory birds, particularly around its water bodies and fine grasslands.


Arrival at Delhi/ Sawai Madhopur Railway Station. And drive to Ranthambore national park and  Transfer to  resort, where you can freshen up after the overnight journey and have a dig at the standard breakfast buffet spread. After breakfast, you will visit the Ranthambore Fort inside the Ranthambore National Park. If you are lucky enough, you can even spot the tiger on the road.


Early start in the morning for the first jungle safari in Ranthambore National Park. Back from the safari to a lavish breakfast spread, followed by an hour of interaction with our trainers and another in peace and tranquility of the forest, only interrupted by the calls of peafowl and other avian species. Another visit to the dining hall for lunch, followed by a briefing from the trainers before you pick up your equipment and hop on to the jeeps to spot the king of the jungle before the tired sun moves toward its setting point, time to make a move towards the resort, have dinner and share pictures and other details of the day’s safaris before retiring into the rooms of the resort.



In early morning take quick cup of tea and start out on the morning safari in yet another area of Ranthambore National Park.


After an early breakfast check out from the resort, transfer to Sawai Madhopur Railway Station for your onward journey.



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