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Ranthambore Jungle Safari

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Ranthambore Jungle Safari

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Ranthambore National Park: Skip the Line Shared Safari Admission

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Visit one of India's most popular national parks, UNESCO-listed Ranthambore, on an easy half-day tour. Save time by skipping the lines with priority access and choose a morning or afternoon safari, to suit your schedule. Be amazed by the variety of wildlife living in the park, from big cats like tigers and leopards, to crocodiles and birds.
US$ 12.65 per adult
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Parikshet-Neha S wrote a review 13 Jan
Gurugram (Gurgaon), India56 contributions15 helpful votes
After the no show in zone 2 and a fleeting glance of Sultana outside zone 3, and facing the arrogant behaviour of VIP jeeps, we decided to book in Tatkaal on the really really efficient government website. It is so simple and fast. We entered zone 4 at 1400 and in 10 mins we saw Siddhi, basking in glory. Our guide Zakhir and Driver Kamlesh advised us to stay put. We sat there for 2.5 hours and saw this magnificent animal, yawn, stand, growl. At 16.30 it stood up. And walked right across our jeep, marked its territory, chased a prey, jumped over a tree. We couldn’t have been happier. Our son who is a keen photographer clicked 350 photos of Siddhi. He has been short listed for an international under 14 photography contest, so we hope he has managed to click a winning shot this time.
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Date of experience: January 2021
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Tamal_Om wrote a review Dec 2020
Gurgaon56 contributions17 helpful votes
Second visit to Ranthambore jungle safari. But this time not seen Tiger even after visiting jungle twice. Still good experience. But don't go to Zone 7,8 etc as these are newly made zones and totally full of thorny bushes and rocks. No proper space to stop the gypsy also. Chances of yiger sighting is very rare. Rest your wish.
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Date of experience: December 2020
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Priya Batra wrote a review Jul 2020
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We travelled to Ramthambore and stayed at the Oberoi Vanyavilas and booked our safari through Ranthambore Tiger Safari. While we were skeptical about whether we will sight the tiger or not at Zone 6 ( since all other zones were shut) - but we got an excellent opportunity when we saw the tiger from a distance. The jeep driver Charan Singh along with Guide Shiv Charan trailed the tiger for 15 min. We had a wonderful experience! We were up, close and personal with the Majesty! Just a piece of advise - do not take the canter - a jeep is a better idea! The canter next to us couldn’t go deeper into the forest to spot closely.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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jyoti p wrote a review Mar 2020
Mumbai (Bombay), India54 contributions2 helpful votes
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The canthers are usually delayed. This could be more organized. Guides are good though. March weather is also good for safari.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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LYN wrote a review Mar 2020
Sydney, Australia247 contributions108 helpful votes
We went in a large open vehicle. Lots of deer, birds etc and as the tour was coming to an end the tiger emerged from the bush. What a marvelous sight. We then were able to follow the tiger as it walked down the embankment. The highlight of trip so far .
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Date of experience: March 2020
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