|Day 1: Delhi-Ranthambore (450 kms)
In the morning drive to Ranthambore- one of the finest tiger reserves in the country, situated in Eastern Rajasthan, where the Aravalli Hill ranges and the Vidhyan Plateau meet.
In the evening you can enjoy the flora and fauna. The territory is covered with ancient Banyan Trees, Dhok & Pipal trees, clusters of mango trees and crisscrossed with evergreen belts. The terrain is made up of massive rock formations, steep scarps, perennial lakes and streams and forest suddenly opening up into large areas of Savannah. The terrain of Ranthambore Wildlife Sanctuary fluctuates between impregnable forests and open bush land. The forest is the typically dry deciduous type, with Dhok, being the most prominent tree.
Overnight at hotel.Day 2: Ranthambore
After breakfast visit
Ranthambore National Park- this wildlife sanctuary is famous for its Tigers and is favorite with photographers. Tigers, the park’s pride makes it one of the best places in the country to observe them. Apart from that a large numbers of Sambar, Chital, Nilgai, Gazzelle, Boars, Mongoose, Indian Hare, Monitor Lizards and a large number of birds.
For the wildlife savvy, Ranthambore wildlife sanctuary has an intense diversity of flora and fauna with 300 trees, 50 aquatic plants, 272 birds, 12 reptiles and 30 mammals to count a few.
Best time to visit – the ideal time to visit the sanctuary is during the months of October-March and April –June.
Ranthambore Fort & Jogi Mahal- The park got its name from the Ranthambore Fort, which sits on a rocky outcrop in the heart of the Park. The fort, which dates back to the 10th century and is probably the oldest existing fort in Rajasthan, was a vital citadel for control of Central India and particularly the Malwa plateau.
Day 3: Ranthambore-Delhi