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New Tourism zone at Ranthambhore

A view of zone 10 in monsoon Zone 10 is finally a reality now. Located in Sawai Man Singh Sanctuary of Ranthambhore Tiger Reserve, this zone would be known as Aantri. Starting from Hallonda this zone would cover areas like Hallonda guard post, Baas khori, Aantri and would end at Devpura Dam covering a stretch of approximately

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Week One at Ranthambore

Ranthambore Tiger Reserve opened for visitors on October 1st for visitors after a closure of three months. Park was packed to capacity for initial few days across all zones on account of long weekend.The park looks lush green with thick undergrowth on ground which restricts visibility, given high day temperature they would burn

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In the land of Roar, Song and Trumpet

This post is probably delayed by a fortnight on account of my commitments at Ranthambhore, however took a break from safari today to complete this, an account on my visit to Jim Corbett Tiger Reserve also known as the land of Roar, Song & Trumpet. While visiting Dhikala on day one of opening post monsoon was on wishlist for long

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Season Round Up Corbett

Each year when a season in Corbett comes to end, I feel somewhere like the wheels of time have stopped ticking and the only thing that’s alive are the memories and the longing for another start. The end always signifies another beginning and hopefully an even healthier and happier start.

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Three Days in Tiger Paradise

Getting right to the point for me and Anshul the slightest excuse to bunk work & rush to Ranthambhore National Park is always valid & justified. This time our reason was mammoth, to take a dear friend to RNP before his wedding in November. So after giving our folks at home & colleagues at work this very valid reason the 3 of us

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Kanha Season Round Up 2015

It has been a fantastic season for me and all tourists who have visited Kanha. After doing almost 350 drives in this seeason, I would say this was a season full of cats. All four zones have been full of excitement and action, but Mukki was the zone which was in limelight throughout the season. From what I have experienced in t

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Ranthambore Round Up

Another great season at Ranthambore ended on June 30th & park is now closed for next 3 months due to monsoon, zones 6-10 remain open for tourism though. As always here i am trying to summarize the season which lasted 270 days in almost 270 lines, quite a task for sure 🙂 , good news is there is no penalty for breaching it.

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Ranthambore Safari to cost more

Safari fare at Ranthambore Tiger Reserve have been increased effective 20th March for both Indian & foreign visitors. There has been an increase in park visit fee & vehicle entry fee which has led to this increase, both these components have doubled which has led to increase in price.

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A Honeymoon in the Wilderness

Now imagine a trip into the heart of India's wilderness in mid-December, zero degrees, waking up at 5 am for safaris, ice cold wind in your face, open gypsy, fog, mist, not being able to feel your hands or feet or nose! Not quite a typical honeymoon, isn’t it?

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Tiger cub found dead in Ranthambore

A 1011-month-old male cub of tigress T8, resident of zone 6 & 7 was found dead yesterday morning by forest patrol team. As per eyewitness, two tigers one male & one female were seen fighting during morning safari on 6th March by tourists in Kundaal area of zone 6. Since then tigress was sighted with one cub only around the same

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