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Q. I'm looking to go to Ranthambhore over Christmas and am looking at staying at either Ranthambhore Bagh or Jungle Niwas. Has anyone else stayed there or has someone got any other places to recommend? Thanks!!

Shashwat Kant 2 years ago
Ranthambore Bagh has great hosts who will guide you in the friendliest manner, offers some great food, and also help you in planning your trip to the wildlife park and the Jeep safari. The stay will be worth your money and you will have a really good time.

Q. I want to know the safari charges of ranthambore national park both canter and gypsy

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Q. I am planning ranthambore with golden triangle tour (delhi/agra/jaipur) this Nov. Pl guide me about tour plan

Rhucha Kulkarni 1 year ago
Hi, You should plan for atleast 3-4 safaris for a good chance of tiger sighting. Try to get zone 1-7, also bookings open 3 months in advance. When are you planning for ?
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Rutvi Saxena 2 years ago
Undoubtedly one of the best places in the country to get a glimpse of wildlife (was a few meters away from a gorgeous white tiger myself). Make sure to take dull, covered clothing to protect yourself from the elements and the mosquitoes. The evenings can be quite pleasant and affordable hotels abound- however, Ranthambore is best enjoyed by exploring every nook of wilderness through safaris, animal rides, treks and night outs, which requires way advance booking. You?ll also find postcards and traditional Rajasthani handicrafts to take back home with you. Ideally should be part of a larger statewide holiday
Shashwat Kant 2 years ago
- Remember to get mosquito repellants. Hats and umbrellas during summers might be needed. Safaris within the reserve are very dusty. Carry appropriate woolens during winters - as the safari (in open vehicles) can be very cold.

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