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Jaipur to Ranthambore Day Trip or Weekend Tour - Jaipur Ranthambore Tour

Posted by India By Car Chauffeur on June 06, 2022

 
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Jaipur Ranthambore One Day Tour by private Car. We offers the opportunity to visit and explore Ranthambore's wildlife for tiger sighting. Book Jaipur to Ranthambore Day Trip or weekend tour package to Ranthambore with India By Car Chauffeur.

Experience a thrilling jungle safari Wild tigers of Ranthambore - their sightings, history and photography <  Ranthambhore Baghat the Ranthambore National Park on this private day trip from Jaipur to Ranthambore by private cab.

Ranthambore is one of the largest national parks in northern India. It is situated in Sawai Madhopur district of southeastern Rajasthan, about 145km southeast of Jaipur. Ranthambore is a world-famous tiger reserve known for its rich population of tigers.Ranthambore – Prime Destination for Wildlife Photography in India

Detailed Itinerary

Our representative will pick you up in the mRanthambore – Prime Destination for Wildlife Photography in Indiaorning at 8.30 am from your desired location in Jaipur to proceed for Ranthambore National Park by Car. You will feel the exhilaration that will grip your heart and mind as you start this amazing tour with your drive to Ranthambore National Park. This wildlife sanctuary is famous for tiger sighting and seeing other wild animals like bears, deer, crocodiles, leopard, wild boar and many more.

 

Places to visit in Ranthambore

Ranthambore National Park is one of the biggest and most renowned national park in Northern India. The park is located in the Sawai Madhopur district of southeastern Rajasthan, which is about 130 km from Jaipur. Being considered as one of the famous and former hunting grounds of the Maharajas of Jaipur, today the Ranthambore National Park terrain is major wildlife tourist attraction spot that has pulled the attention of many wildlife photographers and lovers in this destination.

Ranthambore National park is spread over an area of 392 sq km. along with its nearby sanctuaries like - the Mansingh Sanctuary and the Kaila Devi Sanctuary.The park is majorly famous for its tigers and is one of the best locations in India to see the majestic predators in its natural habitat. The tigers can be easily spotted even during the day time busy at their ordinary quest- hunting and taking proper care of their young ones.

Ranthambore is also counted as the famous heritage site because of the pictorial ruins that dot the wildlife park. Certainly, a visit to Ranthambore National Park is a treat for every wildlife and nature lover. The time spend on watching tigers roaming around, verdant greenery, a gamut of other species of chirpy birds and animals is priceless and worth enough to be explored at least once in a life.

After exploring Ranthambore National Park, you will travel back to Jaipur. This wildlife tour will always remain in your mind for all the years to come.

Tour ends but sweet memories remains always.

 

Inclusions:

✓ Pick-up and drop-off from anywhere in Jaipur (within city limits).

✓ Chauffeur Driven A/C private vehicle for Ranthambore visit.

✓ Professional English speaking driver.

✓ Fuel charges, parking charges and all taxes.

✓ All transportation using air-conditioned Sedan or SUV or Tempo Traveller.

 

Exclusions:

⤫ Any kind of entry fees anywhere if not mentioned in including.

⤫ Jeep / Canter safari charges.

⤫ Gratuities (Optional)

⤫ All personal expenses, optional tours and extra meals.

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Wildlife Tiger Safari Tour - India Wildlife Tour Packages

Posted by Amit Singh on May 20, 2022

 
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Wildlife Tiger Safari Tour India offers wildlife tourism of Ranthambore National Park, Bandhavgarh and Kanha National Park. Enjoy the India Wildlife safari tour with tiger photography, bird watching Tour.

Destinations: Delhi – Jaipur – Ranthambore – Agra – Umaria – Bandhavgarh – Kanha – Nagpur – Delhi
Tour Duration: 13 Nights / 14 Days

Day 01: Arrival Delhi
Our company representative will receive you on arrival at the international airport in Delhi late in the night or midnight. Transfer to your hotel. Overnight stay at hotel.

Day 02: Full Day Sightseeing of Delhi
Enjoy a healthy breakfast and then get ready for sightseeing tour or Old Delhi and New Delhi, visit famous attractions like Qutab Minar, President’s House, India Gate, Red fort, Mahatama Gandhi Memorial, Parliament, Laxmi Narayan temple. Enjoy a stroll through the colourful bazaar before returning to your hotel. Overnight at hotel.

Day 03: Delhi – Jaipur ( By road 270 kms/Approx 5 hrs )
Drive towards the Pink City, Jaipur. On arrival check in at the hotel. Relax and then after some time get ready for Jaipur sightseeing tour. Visit City palace, Jantar Mantar, and Hawa Mahal etc. get back to hotel for dinner and overnight stay at hotel.

Day 04: Jaipur – Ranthambore (By Road 150 Kms / Approx 3 Hrs )
After breakfast. Explore the famed Amber Fort in the morning, where one gets to enjoy an exciting elephant ride. Later proceed towards Ranthambore. Upon arrival, check-in to the hotel. Rest of the evening at leisure. Overnight stay at Ranthambore.

Day 05: Ranthambore
In the morning, take a jeep safari/canter ride to the Ranthambore Tiger Reserve. Return to the hotel for breakfast and spend the afternoon relaxing in the hotel. You can also take another ride into the forest in the evening. Overnight stay at Ranthambore.

Day 06: Ranthambore – Agra ( By road 250 Kms / Approx 6 hrs )
Early morning visit to the national park. After breakfast proceed to Agra. Upon arrival in Agra, check in at your hotel. Evening is free for shopping. Overnight stay at hotel.

Day 07: Agra – Umaria (Bandhavgarh) By train
Have a healthy breakfast and proceed for city sightseeing tour of Agra visiting the world famous Taj Mahal and Agra Fort. Transfer to railway station & board train to Umaria. Overnight train journey.

Day 08: Arrive at Bandhavgarh
Today we reach on Umaria and you will be driven towards Bandhavgarh. Check-in to the hotel. Later get ready for entire day visit to Bandhavgarh national park and enjoy jungle safaris. Get back to hotel for night stay.

Day 09: Bandhavgarh
Enjoy morning and evening jungle safari. Overnight stay at Bandhavgarh.

Day 10: Bandhavgarh – Kanha ( by road 255 kms/Approx 6 hours )
Today, after an early breakfast, check out from the hotel and head towards the Kanha Tiger Reserve. Upon reaching the reserve and check in at the wildlife resort. Spend the rest of the day at leisure. Overnight stay at the resort.

Day 11: Kanha
After breakfast visit to Kanha national park and enjoy jungle safari. Overnight stay at hotel.

Day 12: Kanha – Nagpur (By Road 240 km / Approx 5 hrs )
After early morning breakfast in the hotel, proceed for morning jungle safari to Kanha. Later drive to Nagpur. Arrive and check-into a hotel. Overnight stay at hotel in Nagpur.

Day 13: Nagpur – Delhi (By flight)
Check-out for airport. Board flight back to Delhi. Reach Delhi and check-in at hotel. Overnight stay at hotel.

Day 14: Departure
After breakfast. Check-out for airport. Departure.

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Golden Triangle Tour with Ranthambore - India Wildlife Tour

Posted by Private Driver in India on May 16, 2022

 
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Golden Triangle Tour with Ranthambore will give you the golden opportunity to experience this incredible journey of north India. Delhi, Agra, Jaipur with perfect wildlife experience in Ranthambore wildlife tour.

3 Days Delhi Ranthambore Tour

Destinations Covered: Agra - Fatehpur Sikri - Ranthambore - Jaipur - Delhi

 

Duration: 07 Nights / 08 Days

 

The Royal Tiger With Golden Triangle promises to be the most memorable tour of Rajasthan for you. While on tour capture the true spirit of wildlife, experiencing a jungle safari at Tiger Park in Ranthambore. Pay a memorable visit to the unparalleled Taj Mahal that leaves tourists spellbound by its beauty. Ride up to Amber Fort on a caparisoned and painted elephant.

Trip Highlights

  • Visit Jama Masjid, Red Fort, India Gate, Gandhi memorial, Humayun Tomb and Qutab Minar, at Delhi
  • Explore Akbar's Tomb, at Sikandara
  • Guided tour of Agra fort, commissioned by Empress Noor Jehan in memory of her father
  • Excursion to Taj Mahal - Symbol of Love
  • Visit to holy shrine of Fathepur Sikri and Salim Chisti's Tomb, Jama Masjid, Panch Mahal, on the way to Ranthambore
  • Enjoy jungle safari at Ranthambore
  • Ride up to Amber Fort on a caparisoned, painted elephant.

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Why should we protect wildlife?

Posted by GameG71421 on April 26, 2022

 
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This is something I've been thinking about for a long time. Regardless of human beings or others, why should I protect wild animals just for myself?

 

In the eyes of ordinary people, animal health care is often linked to "love", "kindness" and "sympathy". People who do not understand animal health care often say something ugly, called the so-called "Holy Mother", but they can't escape "sympathy overflowing, Too Much Love" kind of circles.

 

However, because the weak and the strong in the wilderness are full of emotions, seeing the prey die tragically under the claws of the predator without the slightest pity, without pity for the weak, is this sympathy?

 

In the laboratory, the knife and the knife are cut through the skin of the pigeon and the rabbit, and the flesh is cut without the slightest tremor. The blood on the hands carries the blood debt of several lives.

 

I once wrote, "I have no good heart, and protecting animals is never out of sympathy." This is a bit inaccurate, because at the very beginning there might have been a period of participating in animal protection just because the poor animals that were killed wanted to save their lives. But those condescending sympathies have long been polished by the cruelty of Bao and shattered by its nobility.

 

Animal protection is not out of love, because animal protection does not protect the lives of animals; and killing animals does not mean that it is disrespectful to life. Birds, beasts, fish, shrimps, insects and snakes are interlinked and everything depends on each other. Life and death are up to the sky. All things try their best to find their own way of survival. It is a blessing to survive. Although death is unwilling, it is also the result of struggle. , the body of the deceased is for those who maintain health, and it nourishes the next batch of creatures struggling to survive, and it is not necessary to pity. Death isn't just the end of life, it's part of life - if it's dead right.

 

It has nothing to do with life, this is the cruelty of animal protection. Beyond death, this is the nobility of animal protection.

 

When Craig Childs wrote about the Great Blue Heron in his book "The Moment of the Animals," (2k mt) he wrote a quote that I like:

 

"You can't look at this bird and come to the conclusion of who is superior to the other. The raven's encyclopedic vocabulary is no more enviable than the red-spotted toad's ability to drink water. Humans' penchant for hacking the world is no greater than that of the pronghorn. Amazing eyes are even more valuable."

At the end of the day, what makes each species special is the magic of evolution. They appear for survival, and they become more sophisticated because of their fit with the environment. How would you compare the electric ray's discharger to the moth's siphonic mouthparts? Likewise, the brain of Homo sapiens is just an evolutionary coincidence, and even though its intelligence has created technology that affects nature, it is still essentially the same as the pelican's throat pouch.

 

Respect for life, that's what it's all about - we're no different, we're all part of nature's struggle to survive. How to have mercy? I can only respect their right to survive.

 

However, although the intelligence of Homo sapiens is nothing but a creation of nature, it is clear that its influence now extends beyond the scope of the rest of the species. "Man and nature", is the word reasonable? Once I naively questioned its juxtaposition, and there was the idea that "human beings should belong to nature rather than be juxtaposed with nature". However, after seeing too many injuries, now I can only firmly believe that although human beings cannot transcend the limitations of nature, they have long been unable to juxtapose with other creatures in nature. Do not disturb is the last tenderness that human beings can leave to their former companions, and it is also the tenderness left to themselves.

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How big is Pench National Park?

Posted by Village_Machaan on April 16, 2022

 
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Pench national park is spread in the states of Madhya Pradesh and Maharashtra. Pench national park comprises of a core area of 411.33 sqkm, with a buffer area of 768.3 sqkm, making for a total conserved area of 1179.63 sqkm towards the Madhya Pradesh state of the reserve. Adjoining Maharshtra state comprising of core area of 257.3 sqkm and buffer area of 483.96 sqkms makes the total protected forest of over 742sq kms.

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What is the best time to visit Tadoba National Park?

Posted by Urvashi Shetty on April 14, 2022

 
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Normally there is nothing called Best Season to visit Tadoba National Park. The forest of Tadoba is different in all the sasons and has its own charm. But you can plan from October to March anytime. In October the weather is humid so make sure you take AC Hotel. November to March AC’s are not required as the weather is cold. Good bird life is witnessed in Tadoba during winter season. April May June is very Hot and the Tiger sighting are majorly near waterholes in the reserves because of water shortage in the forest. Travelers are very lucky to witness the eye-catching moment and take the Head on Photo Shots in Tadoba. For tadoba Safari Booking contact

Call: +91 9130092330

Mail : enquiry.ns.new@gmail.com

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Are Tiger safaris safe in Bor National Park?

Posted by Tadobabooking on April 09, 2022

 
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Tiger safaris are always safe and thrilling. As long as travelers obey the forest rules and regulations and do not interrupt the wildlife, the Bor safari trips are safe. In fact every one shall experience Bor Jungle safari trips once in life. For Luxury Resort in Bor contact

Call: +91 9130092330

Mail : naturesprout18@gmail.com

 

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How many Tigers are there in Pench National Park?

Posted by Village_Machaan on March 28, 2022

 
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Pench Jungle SafariPench has a very big territory and is spread across Madhya Paradesh and Maharashtra. Partial part of the reserve is open for tourism and the remaining is for the habitation to be in their natural environment. As per the last count received from the forest department there are around 87 Tigers in Madhya Pradesh part of Pench National Park.

Read Resort and Hotels in Pench

 

 

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Kazrianga National Park, Assam

Posted by Kajaawa Tours and Cabs on January 04, 2022

 
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One of India's most treasured national parks is Kaziranga National Park. Kaziranga is where nature unfolds in its most natural form in millions of colors. It is also where man and nature meet. This highly regarded national park of India can be found in India's north east, in the Nagoan district in the state Of Assam. Let's return to 1904, when this wonderful wildlife sanctuary was established. It was then declared a National Park a little over 68 years later.

History Of Kaziranga National Park

It is worth noting that the park is home to two-thirds of the endangered Indian onehorned rhinoceros population. In the year 2015, the population of rhino in the park was at 2401. In 2006, it was also designated as a tiger reserve. This means that the park has the highest concentration of tigers anywhere in the world. It is home to large numbers of elephants, wild water buffaloes, and swamp deer. Kaziranga has been designated a forest reserve and wildlife sanctuary in the years 1908-1950. Birdlife International Society has designated the park as an important bird habitat because it houses many species of migrating birds and inhabitant birds. The sanctuary is located on the banks the river Brahmaputra and has four types of vegetation. You will find the tropical moist mixed deciduous and tropical semi-evergreen forest with 41% tall grasses, 29% open rainforest, 11% short grasses, and the rest covered by rivers and water bodies. The park's stunning array of fauna and flora adds to its scenic beauty.

How to Reach Kaziranga National Park

By Road – You can reach Kaziranga by landing in Guwahati Airport from where you can take a taxi from Guwahati to Kaziranga. Kaziranga Park's main gate is located in a small Kohora village. It is on the National Highway NH 37. This highway connects Kohora to all major Assam cities such as Guwahati and Tezpur. either by state transport buses, or privately owned buses and minibuses. Local transport services are also available to connect Kohora with other small towns. Guwahati, Jorhat and other major cities are easily accessible by road, rail, and air routes to all parts of the country. These cities can be visited and you can then hire a taxi or use the public bus to get to the park.

By Air- The closest airports to the park are Guwahati International Airport (97 km) and Jorhat Airport (217 km, 97 km). Both airports have well-maintained roads connecting them to the park. Guwahati's Lokpriya Gopinath Bordoloi international airport is the best way to fly from anywhere in India or overseas. You can either hire a taxi or cab to go directly to the park. Or you can take the bus service (or private bus) to reach the park. This will be less expensive than a direct taxi or cab.

By Train The nearest railway station to Kaziranga Park's Kaziranga Park, Furkating, is approximately 75 km away. Many trains connect the station to major railway stations such as Guwahati and Kolkata, New Delhi, and others. Travelers can use other nearby railway stations, such as Guwahati railway Station and Jorhat Railway Station located at a distance of 240km and 90 km. These two stations are the Northeast railway's major stations. You can also use the roads to get to the park by hiring a taxi, cab, or bus service from these stations.

 

Wildlife Safari at the Kaziranga National Park 

 

Kaziranga National Park is a highlight of most people's Kaziranga trip. There are many things to do. You can explore the area in a safari jeep or modern SUV. Kaziranga National Park protects some of the most threatened species in the world. This includes animals, mammals, and birds. You can see a wide range of animals here, including the Indian Rhinoceros and Indian Elephant, Wild Buffalo, Wild Boars, Sambar, Macaque as well as Indian Leopard, Black Bear, and many other birds. This area is home to many migratory birds, making it a wonderful spot for bird-watchers. Kaziranga National Park also houses a Tiger Reserve that is home to the endangered Great Bengal Tiger. The Park also offers elephant rides.

 

 

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Wildlife Week

Posted by Susan Sharma on October 03, 2021

 
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Wildlife Week

Tigers and bears and all those in between.

https://youtu.be/I2TOHhCWGfg

 

 

 

 

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