What makes a safari game drive special

Ranthambhore National Park is one of India’s finest wildlife reserves and is located in the Sawai Madhopur district. A safari here is a veritable feast for the senses, encompassing unbelievable scenery, as well as an orchestra of sounds that accompany the animals. There is a wide variety of wildlife, birdlife and flora dotting the grounds, making a safari here a veritable feast for the senses.

Experienced and trained guides lead guests on twice-daily game drive in Ranthambhore to view a particular animal, learn about different species’ behaviour or simply get a glimpse of the stunning scenery.

A wide variety of habitats can be found in Ranthambhore, including dense, deciduous forest, opaque pools of jade, and tawny plains with bare trees. Many predators, including regal leopards, striped hyenas, wily jackals, and Indian foxes, frequent the scattered battlements and spillovers of Ranthambhore Fort.

Over 300 species of migratory and native birds are found in Ranthambhore, which is covered in vast water bodies. In the shallows and on tree branches, huge flocks of pelicans and rose-ringed parakeets can be found, while eagles and falcons soar above, searching for prey that is unaware. In nearby rivers, inhabited by stealthy, snub-nosed marsh crocodiles, the Bengal tiger seeks refuge from the harsh sun as it cools off in the copper coat. A wide-eyed sambar deer grazes the fields while the chattering langur colonies chatter in the treetops as the elegant spotted chital deer alerts its kin to predators. I am sure you will be mesmerized and delighted by the enigmatic jungle, with its many moods.

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