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Reviewed January 19, 2020

been planning this for 25 years and finally made it now, the national park was beautiful in this weather and of course was all the more special seeing 3 tigers

Date of experience: December 2019
Thank namanniy
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Reviewed January 19, 2020 via mobile

Fantastic Nature park. Fantastic food. Cosy and elegant staff.
Beautiful place. Lovely rooms.
Every thing was perfekt.

Date of experience: February 2019
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Reviewed January 19, 2020 via mobile

A fantastic experience. We were warned by many people that tigers are very elusive. On our first drive we saw fresh tracks and heard the roar of a tiger but no sighting. That afternoon we went out again, both guide and driver very informative and you could tell that they also wanted to see a tiger. After following tracks and accelerating we rounded a corner and there to the left in long grass was a male Bengal tiger! Then we looked to the right on flat rocks, in the sun was a female! We were overwhelmed and even our guide was excited! We were in a small jeep, which enables you to get into tight spaces.
We sat there, quietly for ages, taking endless photos.
It doesn’t get better than that.
On our third drive we saw a young tiger running in water but in the far distance, too far to take pictures.
One of the best experiences ever.

Date of experience: December 2019
Thank Christine D
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Reviewed January 18, 2020 via mobile

We were very lucky to see a solo tigress Sultana and a leopard in our 4 th safari in 3 days tour. But that was not enough. Next day morning in our 5 th safari we could sight tigress arrow head with her two grown up cubs ( 2/2.5 yrs). We could see all together and later 2 and one. It was amazing. Zone 2 is very good in morning as it has a lake and we reached before sun rise. So it was beautiful along with cool breeze and birds. Our guide Rajendra and jeep driver Gajendra both were very good. In all 5 safaris we and good guide and drivers. But Gypsy is better than Canter. You have to book well in advance.
Highly recommended.

Date of experience: January 2020
Thank abhaykind
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Reviewed January 17, 2020 via mobile

We visited with our 3yr old baby. Due to last minute booking we only got the Cantor bus, but it was equally good bcoz it's an open bus and you can stand up and see whatever is passing by.
The only downside is sometimes the crowd is very noisy so the chances of Tiger spotting go down based on crowd with you.
We took 3 safaris all in the bus with our kid. All 3 days (zone 2,3,4) we saw tigers on every trip. There were multiple other animals as well like spotted deer, sambar deer, peacocks, baboons, crocodile etc . The forest was filled with a variety of birds as well and has lovely lakes making it a very scenic place.
Don't miss a visit to the Ranthambore fort which is within the forest itself. Great history and architecture attached to it. Must visit.
More than anything we would like to thank all the bus guides and bus drivers , who were extremely courteous, very well informed and worked v hard to help in the tiger spotting.

Date of experience: January 2020
Thank Kareeshma W
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