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“Tigers do exist”

Ranthambore National Park
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Private Wildlife Safari Tour in Ranthambore from Jaipur
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2-Day Ranthambore National Park Tour From Jaipur
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Private Transfer: Agra City to Ranthambore National Park With Abandoned City
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Owner description: This wildlife sanctuary is famous for its population of tigers, a 1000-year-old fort and a rich diversity of flora and fauna.
Reviewed January 7, 2013

We were lucky enough to spot a tiger on our first visit to Ratmambore. Speaking to people in the hotel and the guildes it seems if you want the best chance to see a tiger go early in the morning using the smaller jeeps as they go higher up into the park where the larger vehicles cannot get to. It is freezing cold in the mornings in winter so wrap up well, we took blankets from our hotel on the advice of the guides. The afternoon visits can be spoilt bt too many vehicles and people making noise which scares the tigers off. Lots of wildlife to see but be prepared to be patient.

1  Thank Mark H
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Reviewed January 5, 2013

We went there for 1 day in December 2012 and saw no tigers at all, even though we took the most commonly seen tiger route (route 9), but still saw no tigers. We did see spotted deer, and lovely birds though. The nature is breathtaking and if you go to the top of the peak, the view is absolutely wonderful. Its a wonderful experiecne in all, if you dont mind not seeing tigers in the end.

Thank Lama_Elhatow
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Reviewed January 4, 2013

We went out on two safari trips into Ranthambore, one in the afternoon and one in the early morning. Sadly no sightings of tigers but we did see a leopard which is apparently even rarer! Worth it for the scenery alone and the fun of bumping along in an open top jeep.
Only a few vehicles are allowed in any given part of the park at any given time so you are not falling over other tourists, until a "sighting" is made, then everyone rushes to the same spot . .

Thank collymarps
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Reviewed January 3, 2013

park is very nice and apart from tiger there are sevral many other wildlife to see , i would recomend to all tourists to follow rules and enjoy safaris

Thank VictorK176
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Reviewed January 2, 2013

Tiger sightings are a matter of chance but this reserve is abundant in wildlife. Plenty of deer, sambar, crocodiles, peacocks etc.
We were fortunate to spot a tiger at very close range and a bear and leopard.

1  Thank schaden f
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