Ranthambore National Park

Location
:Ranthambore ,Rajasthan
Season
:May
Duration
:5 Days4 Nights
Event Type
:Tour
Level
:Moderate
Start From
:Main Porch of Pune Railway Station,Pune
Ends
:Main Porch of Pune Railway Station,Pune

Ranthambore National Park

Ranthambore ,Rajasthan
5 Days4 Nights

Event Overview

Ranthambhore National Park in Rajasthan is one of the most popular National Parks in India. Innumerable documentaries on the various tigers of Ranthambore have made this National Park a household name worldwide. Passionate conservationist Fateh Sinh Rathod was instrumental in the establishing of Ranthambore. It was declared one of the Project Tiger Reserves in 1973 and in 1980, Ranthambore became a National Park.,.

The park is a spectacular location for photography – partly because of the several lakes and the historic Ranthambhore fortress, which lie within the 392 km² area of the National Park. Apart from the glamorous tigers here, other major wildlife include leopard, crocodiles, caracal, nilgai, wild boar, sambar, hyena, sloth bear and chital. It is also home to wide varieties of trees, plants, birds and reptiles. Ranthambore is also the site of one of the largest banyan trees in India.

You are able to explore the park in canters, available only at this place, which cover over 50 – 70 kms of forest roads in each safari. Ranthambhore is an excellent place to spot wildlife but it is your observation skills that will actually help you sight these animals in the wild. Your eyes have to be sharp and ears alert to look out for movements and to listen to calls, as the prey and the predator, both rely on camouflage. Alarm calls and smells can actually make the search even more exciting.

Objective: The objective of the Ranthambhore jungle camp is to help the participants to learn the skills of reading the jungle – and not just go in for tiger tourism. Any zoo in the world would show you the tiger but the thrill of looking out for signs, listening to alarm calls and then finding animals is something to be experienced at least once.Here the participants search for the signs and smells in the forest – that can lead to sightings of the various animals which are there but need to be found out. Introduction to Birdwatching and appreciating the various trees that Ranthambhore is so popular for forms an important part of the programme. At the same time participants will be able to learn about the lifestyle of the local people who reside in and around the forest.

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Event Details

Meal

Breakfast
High Tea
Barbecue

Adventure Activities

Aerosports
Atvrides
Biketours
Bungee
Camping
Cycling
Hotairballooning
Kayaking
Marathon
Motorsports
Mountaineering
Paintball
Paragliding
Photography
Rappelling
Rockclimbing
Scuba
Skiing
Skydiving
Stargazing
Swimming
Trekking
Waterfallrappelling
Zipline

Additional Activities

Firstaid
Music
Petsfriendly

Amenities

Beds
Conference
Dormitary
Hammock
Mineralwater
Parking
Pickupdrop
Shower
Washrooms

Transportation

Bus

Pickup Details

Pickup Time: 2:00 PM Drop Time: 06:00pm

Things To Carry

  • 1. One haversack and one small shoulder bag (no Trolley Bag Or Suitacse)
  • 2. Comfortable clothes for the no. of days (track Pants, t-shirts, tops etc) (Avoid Jeans)
  • 3. Suitable nightwear , shorts, 3/4 s, one shawl/ chaddar, sweatshirt.
  • 4. Undergarments, towel, napkin/ handkerchief, ladies sanitary sets
  • 5. Sport shoes ,socks, floaters, Sun cap/ hat, water bottle
  • 6. Personal kit containing toilet accessories, sun screen, cold cream, odomos,
  • 7. No Deoderent
  • 8. Torch with fresh batteries
  • 9. Sun glasses, camera, binoculars, (optional at your own risk)
  • 10. A bird book, field guide (if available)
  • 11. Personal medicine, if any, with a note explaining doses, time, quantity etc. with the name of the child, No need to send any extra medicine
  • 12. Pen, a small diary, a story book
  • 13. Around 1500/- for meals during travel and for shopping
  • 14. Please don’t send Mobile phone, music player etc. with the child.
  • 15. An ID card with a color copy, (school I card/ Adhaar card/ Driving License etc)
  • 16. Penalty of Rs 1500 if no ID card brought)
  • 17. Chain and lock for all train camps

Policy

Included

  • Include items

Excluded

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Terms & Conditions

Campers must carry original photo ID card. (School photo id, Adhar Card, Passport, Voter Id, Pan Card, Driving Licence)

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