Rs. 1,00,600/- per person

Ranthambhore is the westernmost Tiger habitat in the country. It is situated in the Aravalli Mountain Range. This is a Dhonk forest and is spread in an area of 392 Sq. Kms (Approx.), is home to approx 35-40 wild tigers. The number of tiger sightings has given the park a lot of fame also due to the historical monuments scattered throughout the area gives a different feel altogether, hence there are photographers who throng the place during summer to photograph the mammals… especially the Tiger!!

The other predators here include the Leopard and the Caracal. Jackals, Jungle Cats and Sloth Bear are also
seen in the park. Apart from the tigers and other predators, one could also watch the Spotted Deer,
Sambhar Deer and Barking Deer, and Antelopes such as Chinkara and the Neel Gai. The Park has an abundance of Birdlife and has recorded about 270 species of birds of which some are Migrants and most are residents.

The park also has historical significance, as it surrounds the majestic Ranthambhore fort built in the 10th Century AD. The fort has a lot of temples which one could visit, the fort also serves as a vantage point for those who wish to have an almost aerial view of the surrounding forests. Ranthambhore is also famous for the huge lakes and the old Rajput style architecture, and hence is also
favorite among the landscape photographers!!

There is an option of having 02 safaris a day in an open Gypsy/Canter, between sunrise and sunset. One could also opt for visiting the fort, a 2.5 hrs trek, the entries for which need to be done in advance. It has been observed that the majestic Tiger makes its presence felt most of the time. The sighting of Tiger is a matter of chance, but Ranthambhore leaves one mesmerized by the sheer beauty of the forest, Lakes and the Architecture.

Chambal lies around the river Chambal that acts as the border between Rajasthan and Uttar Pradesh on one side and Madhya Pradesh on other. Around 400 km of the river is declared a sanctuary. The mud ravines make unique habitat to view Hyenas, wolves, foxes, etc. One can take a ferry to view fresh water crocodiles, gharials and smooth coated otters.

Type of Forest: Dry Deciduous ( Dhonk, Saja, Tendu, Salai, etc.) with patches of Evergreen forest around waterbodies.

Weather: Temperatures in Winter range from 10 degree celsius during the Day and can Drop to -10C late at Night and early mornings. Temperature in Summer range between 20-48 degree celsius.

Accessibility by Train: Sawai Madhopur: 15 Kms.
Accessibility by Air: Jaipur Airport: 165 Kms. (Daily Flights only from Mumbai, Pune and Delhi).


Day 1: 21/6/18:
Jaipur/Sawai Madhopur-Ranthambhore

Received at Jaipur/Sawai Madhopur Railway station and transferred to Resort, by reserved AC car.
Reach campsite.
Camp arrival, Room allotment followed by freshen up.
Camp briefing and orientation (Introduction to staff and instructors, Safety briefing, Camp facilities).
Full day safari. Evening tea/coffee.


Day 2: 22/6/18:

Full day safari in park.
Back in the camp.


Day 3: 23/6/18:

Full day safari in park.
Back in the camp.

Day 4: 24/6/18:
Ranthambhore- Jaipur/ Sawai Madhopur

Review of images. Basics of Post Processing. 
Drop to Sawai Madhopur station/Jaipur.
Tour ends.


  • Jaipur/Sawai Madhopur- Ranthambhore- Sawai Madhopur/Jaipur (Pick up and drop to the Railway) with full assistance in AC car.
  • Accommodation for 03 nights on 2 sharing at a resort with Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner and Tea/Coffee and Snacks in morning and evening (Veg.).
  • All (total of 03 full days) Safaris into the National Park with Park with entry permits and Private safari gypsy with trained Driver and guide.


  • Train/flight fares.
  • Any meals/ mineral water during the train/flight travel.
  • Any drinks (hard/soft) during your stay at any of the place of your choice.
  • Any kind of insurance/personal expenses, etc.
  • Anything not mentioned in ‘the Package Includes’.