Rajasthan

Ranthambore National Park

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Located in the heart of Sawai Madhopur district, Ranthambore National Park is a tiger reserve and former hunting ground of maharajas. A couple of hours drive from Jaipur, it’s home to just under 100 Bengal tigers, as well as leopards, crocodiles, sloth bears and hyenas.

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    Jodhpur

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    Jaipur

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India's Golden Triangle & Tigers

Taj Mahal and Rajasthan tiger safari
Approx. 13 days
Delhi (3 days) → Agra (3) → Ranthambore National Park (2) → Jaipur (3) → Mumbai (2)
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Golden Triangle and Rajasthan Extended

A journey into the heart of Rajasthan
Approx. 15 days
Delhi (3 days) → Agra (3) → Ranthambore National Park (2) → Jaipur (3) → Jodhpur (2) → Udaipur (2)
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Beach, Islands and Tigers

Desert island beaches and Royal Bengal tigers
Approx. 11 days
Chennai (1 days) → Andaman and Nicobar Islands (3) → Chennai (1) → Ranthambore National Park (3) → Jaipur (2) → Delhi (1)
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Things to do in Ranthambore National Park

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Go on tiger safari in Ranthambore
Ranthambore National Park

Go on tiger safari in Ranthambore

Wander among the enchanted banyan trees of the Ranthambore National Park. Famous for its population of Bengal tigers which can be spotted in their natural habitat, the park is also home to quintessential Indian forests where you can relax, explore and enjoy the sights and sounds.

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