Many of India’s wildlife reserves have royal pasts, and none more so than those in the state of Rajasthan. This tour not only gives you the opportunity to explore one of Rajasthan’s premier wildlife destinations, Ranthambore National Park, but also the chance to look for leopards in Jhalana Leopard Reserve, a unique and beautiful forest reserve close to the city of Jaipur.
Ranthambore is not only one of North India’s best tiger reserves, but also home to India’s most photographed tigers. The spectacular backdrop of Ranthambore Fort, along with the Padam Talao, makes for a special experience when searching for India’s national animal.
Once a sport hunting ground for the nobles of Jaipur, Jhalana is a leopard-rich forest that is the perfect quick addition to any Jaipur visit. Apart from Leopard, Jhalana has other attractions such as Striped Hyena, Desert Fox, Golden Jackal, Indian Palm Civets, various species of deer, and a myriad of birds, including Indian Pitta, Dusky Eagle-Owl, Spotted Owlet, Jungle Nightjar, and more.
Arrive Delhi airport. You will be met and transferred to the hotel.
Evening free for rest or visit the local market. You may ask us for tours (optional) covering various monument sites, museums, bird watching habitats, tourist market, food joints, theater, performance venue etc.
After early breakfast, check-out and connect train to Sawai Madhopur. Arrive Ranthambore (Sawai Madhopur) and you will be received by our representative who will drive you to your hotel. Check-in to Ranthambhore Heritage Haveli. Later, go for afternoon jeep safari in Ranthambore.
Early Morning and afternoon jeep safaris in the national park, for Tiger tracking and wildlife viewing. Leopard, Jungle Cat, Golden Jackal, Sambar, Spotted Deer, Nilgai, Sloth Bear, Marsh Crocodile and a variety of migratory waterfowl. The Ranthambore Fort forms a spectacular backdrop to these wild forests and their inhabitants.
Morning and afternoon safaris in Ranthambore for Tiger tracking
Overnight stay at Ranthambhore Heritage Haveli
Morning and afternoon safaris to the national park for wildlife photography. Overnight stay
Enjoy the final morning safari in Ranthambore. Check-out at 1030 or 1100 hrs and drive to Jaipur (3.5 hours) with packed lunch. Arrive Jaipur in the afternoon. Quick check-in. Enjoy afternoon safari at Jhalana. Not only is Jhalana home to a dense population of leopards and deer, but it is also an ideal birding destination, with species like Jacobin Cuckoo, Indian Pitta, Jungle Nightjar, and more calling it home.
Today, we have our final safari in Jhalana to look for targets. We will return to our hotel at 0930hrs, and after breakfast check out and proceed to Delhi to connect flight back home.
- Accommodation for 01 night at Delhi Accommodation for 04 nights at Ranthambore
- Accommodation for 01 night at Jhalana Wildlife safari at Ranthambore as mentioned
- Wildlife safari at Jhalana as mentioned All Taxes
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