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Ranthambore National Park Holidays

Perhaps India’s most famous national park, Ranthambore was once a royal hunting ground. Centred around the impressive 10th century Ranthambore Fort, the park’s 392 square kilometres are scattered with old mosques, temples and hunting pavilions. The park is best known for its population of Bengal Tigers – as of 2014 there were 48, who are reasonably easy to spot, but also has a wealth of other fauna and a diverse range of flora that calls it home. When out on safari look out for leopards, boars, hyenas, sloth bears, rhesus macaques and one of the world’s largest banyan trees to name a few.

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holiday duration 18 Days from
holiday price 3,490pp

See the bustling bazaars of Delhi and Jaipur, the magnificent Taj Mahal at Agra, the deserts of Rajasthan, the bathing Ghats of Varanasi and the erotic temples of Khajuraho. Discover more by adding a visit to the Himalayan Kingdom of Nepal.

holiday duration 22 Days from
holiday price 4,080pp

See the bustling bazaars of Delhi and Jaipur, the magnificent Taj Mahal at Agra, the deserts of Rajasthan, the bathing Ghats of Varanasi and the erotic temples of Khajuraho. The tour ends with a visit to the Himalayan Kingdom of Nepal.

holiday duration 22 Days from
holiday price 2,890pp

Rajasthan is one of India’s most colourful and vibrant states. This journey combines true Indian village life with a camel safari across the sand dunes in the Thar Desert, tiger spotting in Ranthambore National Park and a visit to some of the most opulent palaces and majestic fortresses that India has to offer.

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Ranthambore National Park Facts

Ranthambore is home to 40 species of mammals, 320 species of bird, 40 species of reptile and over 300 species of plant.

The chances of spotting tigers at Ranthambore are higher than anywhere else in India as their forest home stays dry more than 8 months a year

The park was the private hunting reserve of the Jaipur royal family until 1955 and became part of ‘Project Tiger’ in 1973

The park is closed to safaris between July and September, the mating season for the tigers

Ranthambore Fort, as the heart of the park, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site

The park’s diverse geography includes hills, forest, gorges, lakes, meadows and jungle

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