Ranthmbore Wildlife Camp (6 Nights/ 7 Days) By AC Train
Age Group : 10 years Onwards
Dates : 1) 14th April to 20th April
Cost : 29,500/- + 5% GST
Overview- Ranthambore national park is a vast wildlife reserve near the town of Sawai Madhopur in Rajasthan, Northern India.
Jungle Safari twice, School of art Ranthambore, Movie of Tigeress Queen of Ranthambore, Ride on camel cart, Interaction with Exports.
1) Transport Charges
2) Accomodation in Room (4 in 1 sharing)
3) All Meals , Water Bottles
4) Travel Insurance
5) Charges of Adventure Activities mention in Above.
1) Any kind of Personal Expenditure (Telephone, Laundry, Room service etc.)
2) Medical Expenses
3) Any other charges not mention in the "Charges Includes"
4) Cold Drinks/ Beverages during Journey
Tour Places Of Interest
Once a private game reserve of the royal House of Jaipur, Ranthambore National Park and Tiger Reserve is one of the world's best known wilderness areas. Located 14 kilometres from Sawai Madhopur and at the junction of some of the geologically oldest mountain ranges - the Aravallis and Vindyas - Ranthambore offers some of the finest opportunities for sighting the magnificent tiger in the wild. A mix of rolling hills and crags, and meadows, lakes and rivulets, this dry-deciduous forest system is home to an incredible variety of flora and fauna. Apart from the tiger, you can also spot sloth bear, leopard, caracal, jackal, fox, hyena and mongoose at Ranthambore. The elusive Indian wolf too, has been spotted here occasionally. The dainty chital, sambhar deer, the blue bull antelope or nilgai, rhesus macaque, langur and an incredible variety of birds amidst a setting of dhok, fig and banyan trees makes a visit to this park a delight – for tourists and naturalists alike. Basking crocodiles, king vulture on a snag, the scream of the serpent eagle, the alarm call of spotted deer are some sights and sounds that make this a safari experience like none other. The landscape is dominated by the 10th century fortress of Ranthambore while the valleys have numerous cenotaphs, ruins and abandoned settlements overcome by nature - testament to battles and romances of an era long gone.
The Ranthambore School of Art at Sawai Madhopur was established with an aim to create awareness about the Project Tiger. The students in the school belong to the neighbouring towns and villages. The school displays and sells paintings of the Great Indian Tiger, painted by teachers and students of the school. The school also organises various painting competitions and exhibitions to attract animal lovers to educate them about the importance of saving tigers. The efforts of the school have not gone unnoticed. It has been acknowledged, nationally and internationally, by numerous NGOs and animal protection bodies.
Tigeress Queen was a Bengal tigress who lived in Ranthambore National Park in India. She played a key role in the regeneration of the tiger population in the park in the early 2000s, and was celebrated with titles such as Queen Mother of Tigers, Tigress Queen of Ranthambore, Lady of the Lakes, and Crocodile Killer. She was considered India's most famous tigress, and on her death was considered the world's oldest tigress living in the wild. You can experiance the movie of life of Queen tigeress in Ranthambore...