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Reasons Why Ranthambore is the Best Park in India for Tiger Safaris
A Tiger Safari to see India's most treasured, handsome, and fiercest felines, the majestic Royal Bengal Tiger and watching them playing, and roaming freely in the wild, is undoubtedly every wildlife lover and wildlife photographer's bucket list.
By: Indian Panorama
With a total of 86 big cats living in an area of 1,334 square kilometres, Ranthambore National Park has one of the highest tiger densities in the world, making it one of the best places in all of India for tiger safari.
High Chance of Spotting and Photographing Tigers
While seeing a tiger in the wild is never guaranteed, Ranthambore (https://www.indianpanorama.in/
Tigers of Ranthambore are Diurnal and are Extremely Relaxed and Quite Accustomed to Tourists
Though tigers are known to be nocturnal, tigers of Ranthambore National Park are diurnal in nature, which means you can easily spot them even during the daytime, busy hunting, roaming around, or taking care of their young ones.
The ruins of the historical Ranthambore Fort, a renowned UNESCO-protected Heritage Site add to the dramatic splendour of Ranthambore National Park.
Best Time for Tiger Safari in Ranthambore National Park?
November to May
The Park will be closed from July to September for Monsoon.
Ranthambore Tiger Safari Timings?
Morning Safari: 7: AM to 10:30 AM
Evening Safari: 2:30 PM to 6:00 PM.
Jeep (6-Seater): For Indians – INR 1800 per passenger, For Foreigners – INR 3700 per passenger.
Canter (20-Seater): For Indians – INR 1300 per passenger, For Foreigners – INR 2700 per passenger.
What Animals You Can Expect To See During Ranthambore Safari:
Apart from the Tigers, you can expect to see Sambar Deer, Leopards, Striped Hyenas, Nilgai, Jackals, Macaques, Sloth Bears, Jungle Cats, and many colourful varieties of birds on a safari at Ranthambore National Park
Where is Ranthambore National Park?
One of the most renowned national parks in Northern India, Ranthambore National Park is positioned in the Sawai Madhopur district of Rajasthan, at the junction of the Aravalli and Vindhya hill ranges.
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