The price can be varied from different situations. For getting best price you can call us / whatsapp us / mail us

Yes, there is a refund poilcy but when your safari is not booked. After being booked, the amount is is non-refundable and non-transferable..

Yes, there are so many hotels & resorts near Ranthambore National Park. You can book any hotel according to your budget or we can also book the hotel for yourself. Just contact us...

No, private vehicles are not allowed inside Ranthambore National Park. The vehicles which are registered by forest department for safari, only that vehicles can enter into the park for safari as per rules. However, private vehicles are only allowed inside the park up to Ranthambore Fort and Ganesh Temple.

No, you can't stay inside the park because there is not any hotel/resort inside the ranthambore national park but you can stay in nearby hotel/resort of ranthambore national park.

Yes, you will get guide/mentor in ranthambore for zypsi/canter. The guide is alloted to you by forest department.

The duration of travel is differ from package to package. You will get the duration details when you buy the package..

The entry and exit timings in the Ranthambore National Park are governed by the timings of sunrise and sunset, so the Safari timings change accordingly with the change of the season. In the morning shift, the entry timing is usually at 06:00 AM and the exit timing is 09:30 AM. In the afternoon shift, the entry timing is 02:00 PM and the exit timing is 05:30 PM. The duration of the Safari in each shift is around 3.30 hours during which you can explore the wildlife of the allotted tourism zone.

The best zone in ranthambore national park is zone 3 because here, there is a high chance of tiger sighting but don't worry other zones are also good and there are aslo chances of tiger sighting.

No, if the child is infant (under the age of 5) without seat. If it's greater than age 5, then the ticket charge is applicable for that child.

Yes! Infants are allowed in the Ranthambore safari. Many people take their babies on a safari, but you are advised not to go on a safari with infants because the crying and screaming of the children disturb the animals of the forest and disturb the tourists who accompany you.

There are 10 safari zones in Ranthambore National Park.

Ranthambore Forest is The Natural Habitat To-
40 species of mammals, 320 species of birds, 40 Species of Reptiles, 50 species of Butterflies, 300 species of plants Here, you will see : Royal Bengal Tigers, leopard, caracal, wild cat, striped hyena, sloth bear, spotted deer, sambar deer, langur and marsh crocodile etc animals from different species...

To book Ranthambore Safari online in advance, you have to give the following details:
For Indian citizens - Information about each visitor as printed on the ID card, including the visitor's full name, gender, age, ID name, and ID number. Also we need Safari Date, Safari Shift, Safari Vehicle Name (Jeep or Cantor), ID proof copy like Aadhar Card, Voter ID, PAN Card, Driving License, Indian Passport etc.
Only passport copy is required for international or NRI tourists.
The documents you have given for Safari booking, you have to carry the same original documents during Jungle Safari.

You can book at 1 day before also of your booking but idealy you should book it before 2-3 days...

This means that a wildlife expert who guides you about flora, fauna and avifauna in safari.

Yes, you can take your camera or video camera inside Ranthambore National Park. The camera is free while the video camera is chargeable. For videography camera, you need to pay a certain amount which varies from year to year.

Apart from Tiger Safari in Ranthambore, you can visit other tourist attractions like Ranthambore Fort, Ranthambore Museum, Chambal River Safari, Surwal Lake for Bird Watching etc.

No, tourists are not allowed to carry food inside the parkbut you can take a light snack and a bottle of water with you. Tourists are also not allowed to feed any type of food to wild animals.

When you arrive in Ranthambhore, a member of our team will come and meet you briefly at your hotel to explain at what time you'll be picked up for your safari in Ranthambhore. We appreciate the opportunity to welcome you in person, though should you prefer a telephone call do let us know. Please be aware; we are not in a position to advise your Ranthambhore safari timings until a day prior.

Ranthambore is open for wildlife tourism from 1st October to 30th June every year as weather remains pleasant for safari.

October to April is considered the best time to visit Ranthambore National Park. During this time, the weather remains favourable for sighting wildlife. However, the months of May and June are the preferred months for Photographers as tigers can easily be spotted near waterholes. If you are a bird lover then November to February is the best time to visit Ranthambore, as numerous species of exotic migratory birds migrate here during winter season making the park paradise for birding.

There is not any dress code to travel in ranthambore but we prefer to wear a hat, cotton clothes and may apply sunscreen while going for a safari in summer season. Wear proper woolen clothes in winter season.

The nearest way to reach the ranthambore is to come at Sawai Madhopur Station it's distance from ranthambore is approx 12 km if you come from rail & If you come from air method then reach at Jaipur Airport from there ranthambore distance is approx 200 Km.

Ranthambore National Park is known for its high number of tigers here. Therefore, threre is a high chances of sighting a tiger.

It is closed for travelly from 1st July to 30th September due to monsoon season.

There are so many places near Ranthambore where you can visit such as Jaipur City, Bundi, Chittorgarh, Agra, Delhi, Sawai Madhopur and many more...

Yes, you can there are 3 methods of booking safari advance, current & tatkal. In advance & current it depends on that day availaibility. But if you strictly want your choice zone, the forest department has an tatkal option for you. But here you need to pay extra tatkal charges. The tatkal charges are also varied from different situations.

Yes, Ranthambore is open to tourists during the monsoon. The park's safari zones 6 to 10 are open for jungle safari and zones 1 to 5 remain closed during the monsoon.

You can book safari/canter in Ranthambore National Park by mail us / call us / whatsapp us / contact us

Ranthambore National Park is known for its high number of tigers, so the chances of seeing a tiger in Ranthambore are quite high. About 70 percent chance of seeing tigers.
Seeing a tiger in Ranthambore depends entirely on your fate and it is a matter of opportunity. Although each safari area of Ranthambore is inhabited by tigers, safari zones 1 to 6 are more likely to see tigers. Apart from this, there are also possibilities in Safari zones 7 and 10.
Ranthambhore is one of the best places in the world for spotting tigers. However, tigers are shy and an elusive animals and tiger sighting are a matter of chance and depends on prey density, climate, visibility, last sighting, territory specifications, alarm calls, presence of scavengers indicating a kill etc.

Canter is a type of safari vehicle which is quite popular in Ranthambore National Park for jungle safari. It is an open topped safari bus, which is capable of 20 tourists at a time.

For Safari booking in Ranthambore you will have to pay full advance amount. Safari booking in Ranthambore National Park is under control by Department of Forest (Government of India). All safaris in Ranthambore are booked in advance on a 100% non-refundable and non-transferable deposit basis.

No, you are not allowed to get off the safari vehicle in Ranthambore National Park. For this, the Forest Department has given permission to get off the vehicle at the forest check post at Ranthambore Park and has also provided facilities for tourists.

No, drinks are not served in the vehicle during the Ranthambore safari, but you can take your water bottle with you during the safari.

We accept accross all online payments or accept blockchains.

There are two safari slots each day; one in the morning, and another in the afternoon. There is also the option of a half-day safari (for six hours, from sunrise to noon, or noon to sunset) or a full-day safari (sunrise to sunset). With regards to the regular three-hour safaris, the times differ slightly through the year due to lighter summer nights and darker winter evenings. When you arrive in Ranthambhore, a representative of Ranthambhore Tiger Tours will meet you briefly at your hotel to explain your exact Ranthambhore safari timings. Still, in terms of a rough outline, they are approximately:

Morning Safari

  • 01 Oct - 31 Oct: 06:30 - 10:00 (6:30 am - 10 am)
  • 01 Nov - 31 Jan: 07:00 - 10:30 (7:30 am - 10:30 am)
  • 01 Feb - 31 Mar: 06:30 - 10:00 (6:30 am - 10 am)
  • 01 Apr - 15 May: 06:00 - 09:30 (6 am - 9:30 am)
  • 16 May - 30 Jun: 06:00 - 09:30 (6 am - 9:30 am)

Afternoon Safari

  • 01 Oct - 31 Oct: 14:30 - 18:00 (2:30 pm - 6 pm)
  • 01 Nov - 31 Jan: 14:00 - 17:30 (2 pm - 5:30 pm)
  • 01 Feb - 31 Mar: 14:30 - 18:00 (2:30 pm - 6 pm)
  • 01 Apr - 15 May: 15:00 - 18:30 (3 pm - 6:30 pm)
  • 16 May - 30 Jun: 15:30 - 19:00 (3:30 pm - 7 pm)

If opting to share your vehicle with others, your pick-up time will depend on the location of each participant's hotel and how long they take to board. You may be picked up first or last depending on your proximity to the park.

According to the 2014 census of tigers, there were 62 tigers in Ranthambhore National Park. The number of tigers was 48 in 2013 and 25 in 2005. With an increasing number of tigers, the park is planning to transfer a few to other parks, such as Sariska and others.

Alongside your safari booking in Ranthambhore National Park, we can assist you with transportation to and from Ranthambhore, hotel booking, and other excursions such as a visit to Ranthambhore Fort. We can also arrange to pick you up from Sawai Madhopur station should you be arriving by rail.

The only essential item to carry on your safari in Ranthambhore is your passport copy, or the identification used to book your ticket. The passport number detailed on your ticket may be matched to the original by park officials on entering. Other than this, it's not required you carry anything specific on safari in Ranthambhore, but our suggestions are:
  • Your camera
  • Water bottles or other beverages of choice
  • Sunscreen, sunhat and sunglasses
  • Binoculars if you have them, otherwise your naturalist will be carrying a pair
  • Warm clothing if visiting in the winter months of December and January
  • A face covering if visiting during times of Covid-19
An alcohol-based hand sanitizer will be available onboard, else you are of course welcome to bring your own.