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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

We haven't seen any tigers. The population is very low and the park planning and set up are horrible. The road to get there is so bumpy and really not worth the hassle! Avoid!!!

Thank Soufiane_Voyageur
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Reviewed yesterday

Visiting Ranthambore National Park and seeing tigers in their natural environment was a dream come true. We had 2 jungle drives - one half day drive for around 5 hours during which we saw 3 tigers! And a full day drive for c. 10 hours, when we say another 2 tigers and a leopard. It was absolutely breathtaking and truly beautiful watching these majestic creatures, some walking right beside our private jeep! Highly recommend any cat lover to visit this place

Thank PrincessM8
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Reviewed yesterday

Zone 2 & 6 ....Feels like for some parts you in South Africa which is a memory worth making in india . Zone 3 is preety in winters but is mostly plain lands and no hill hiking can be done.

Thank GoranshT89
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

They have issued orders now for only guest to purchase tickets from the physical counters. I visited on 9 Nov . It was a pathetic state of affairs with chaos across the ticketing windows. The experience provided to the guests is terrible and leaves ZERO tolerance for visiting the park again. Rajasthan tourism needs to look into this issue else they will gradually see people stopping to visit the park

1  Thank MilindSaxena
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Reviewed 3 days ago

We were in a safari truck that held about 17 people. Our driver was in a hurry to get to where the tigers are usually seen and really stepped on the gas. The roads are terrible and are full of potholes and bumps of all sizes. Driving fast does not go over well on your back whether you have problems or not.

Our guide was knowledgeable and helpful and told us a lot about the animals living in the park. On the first safari, we saw lots of deer and antelope. That one was in the afternoon. The next morning we went out again at breakneck speed and saw virtually nothing at all. We were just getting ready to go back when another vehicle came by and told our guide that they had just seen a tiger. The driver took off and when we arrived at the spot, the tiger was still there. Happy days! We watched for awhile as the tiger just stood there in the path and then took off into the brush. We were happy. At least we saw one.

For anyone who has been on an African Safari, this doesn’t compare. We saw very little compared to when we were in Africa and would not do this one again.

Thank igolfCA
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Reviewed 5 days ago

We did three Jeep Safaris with different tour guides and drivers. Two trips to Zone 10 and one to Zone 8. Did not see any Tigers but not surprised as there is only a 30% chance of seeing any. It's like 'looking for a needle in a haystack'!
I suggest that if you want to know about the National Park and the animals in it you do your own research before you go. We had three different tour guides that told us nothing about the park or what animals live in it. They were so focused on rushing around looking for tigers that we missed the other wildlife in the park. The companies running these tours need radio communication between them so that if one sees a Tiger they can communicate the location to other Jeep guides. None of the tour guides or drivers spoke English so unable to communicate with them which meant that we did not get the best out of the safaris. Before booking check first that the guides speak your language. I would not do this again.

1  Thank fionna m
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Reviewed 5 days ago

The roads should be sorted out first and foremost. The safari trip my wife and I took was very dusty over very rough terrain. We were not warned about safety issues but people with leg and back problems could be made worse.For future visitors should be made aware of the dust problems and perhaps masks to cover the mouth and nose could be provided THE SAFARIS SHOULD COME WITH A HEALTH WARNING.

Thank artherwebb
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Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

Simply brilliant. Great guides. Great fun. Lots of wildlife. We saw two tigers with one immediately next to our cross country vehicle. What memories we made here.

Thank IrvineAyr
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Reviewed 6 days ago

You couldn’t pay me enough to go through this again. One Jeep Safari was enough. Our tour included two more, but we cancelled. There’s nothing to see but dirt, bare trees, and other jeeps. The only possible reason I can imagine why tigers hang about and show themselves is they’re fed by the staff after hours. Wouldn’t surprise me. Our guide spoke little or no English. Had a hearty time conversing with the driver. Our driver was a lunatic. On or off road, he was fixated with passing every other living thing. Including passing cars on blind corners. No seat belts of course. On the Safari, the Jeep broke down due to overheating. Did this clown have any water? Of course not. He had to borrow a bottle off a guest. Then unscrewed the red hot radiator releasing a geyser of boiling water on all of us. Poetic justice, he was the only one that got burned. No first aid kit. Naturally. This is a cynical ripoff. Yeah, you might ... might see a tiger. But you know what? It’ll be a sad tiger, that’s much better off not being gawked at by loads of tourists in noisy jeeps. I feel bad and stupid for ever being sucked into this malarkey. The area does have some excellent hotels. We’ve flagged the safaris and are staying for a nice swim and spa instead. Good riddance.

1  Thank lonepinefilms
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Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

Very good chance to see tigers! You also see a lot of game - antilopes, gazelle, dear. Besides the tiger we saw crocodiles, kingfisher, monkeys and eagle

Thank silcaw
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