We visited this Jungle in Canter arranged by Hotel Hammir Wild Life Resorts Manager we saw the tiger in Zone6
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Huge national park with tigers and bears etc. We went on three drives and sadly no tiger. We did see amazing views and other wildlife including a bear. However, there were a lot of jeeps 'chasing' the bear, which seemed pretty distressed, so I have...More
Roller coaster ride in jungle though we were not lucky enough to get the any sighting. We could only see some deers as it rained heavily last night. So no sighting. Experience was really enriching. Enjoyed the thrill of jungle and the bumpy ride in...More
Where else can one get within 10 feet of the most spectacular cats!!! Awesome! Just ensure you get a good guide and driver, and try to avoid the April - June window, given the summer heat!
The driver and guide can make for a truly excellent experience. The drives in different zones of the park are themselves a wonderful experience with magnificent scenery. Tiger sightings, or leopard if lucky enough, just add the cherry on top!
We took 3 jeep safaris over 2 days in late February 2017. We were extremely lucky to have a brief but close viewing of T34 in zone 6 on our first outing. To be honest, we felt that this safari was quite chaotic and noisy...More
We paid 1600 INR per person to see tigers and didn't get to see anything, except for deers and peacocks which could actually be seen for free at the entrance of the safari area. Please be wary of how the guides will lure you to...More
We were a group of 9 people who went for safari in a canter. Had a horrible journey back since there are no roads in the jungle and trip is very bumpy, especially if they are in a hurry to leave the resort at the...More
The review of IAG2608 really made me cross. Ranthambore is in rural India, the roads are what you should expect. As for the roads is the park itself, they are tracks that fit in with the environment. The park is pricipally for the animals, not...More
We had two visits to this area one early in the morning and the other in the afternoon. The vehicles used are open to the elements so as you start early in the morning you are given blankets they might be a bit rough but...More