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Rajasthan Wildlife Tour

13 Nights/14 Days

TripAdvisor Traveler's choice 2024

About Rajasthan Wildlife Tour

Rajasthan is one of India’s most beautiful, culturally and historically significant states. Beyond its scenic wonders, Rajasthan is bustling with wildlife. With a plethora of national parks and sanctuaries within the state, Rajasthan gives you more than enough reason to be one of the top choices while considering a Tiger Safari in India.

All of the wildlife sanctuaries and national parks boast a huge variety of species – both birds and animals. Some are rare, others unique and all pleasing to the eyes. One huge reason to visit Rajasthan’s wildlife sanctuaries is to get the opportunity to spot the majestic tigers when on a tiger safari in Ranthambore National Park. These wild cats have been dwindling in numbers, prompting the government to cordon off areas as wildlife reserves to create an undisturbed and nourishing atmosphere for their repopulation. Tiger Safari India offers an array of bespoke Rajasthan tiger safari tour packages for nature enthusiasts who are keen on experiencing a tiger safari in Rajasthan.

Trip Highlights

Outline Itinerary

Detailed Itinerary

Day 1: Arrival in New Delhi

Upon your arrival at the New Delhi Airport, you will be met by our representative who will pick you up and transfer you to the Hotel in New Delhi. Further, he will assist you for a smooth check-in at the hotel in Delhi, handing over and explaining all travel-related documents to you.
Later in the day, you will be taken for a half-day tour of New Delhi. Take in the breathtaking view of the Qutub Minar, the ancient stone minaret dating back several centuries and the tallest stone tower in India. Continue to India Gate – a war memorial arch, and pass by the stately President’s House, Parliament House, Government Secretariat Buildings and Connaught Place – this is the heart of New Delhi and a busy commercial center.

Day 2: Drive from New Delhi to Corbett National Park

Check out post breakfast. A chauffeur-driven car will be ready to drive you to Corbett National Park. The total journey is about 275 km, which should take you approximately 05-06 hours on the road.
Upon arrival at Corbett, check into the Forest Rest House. Enjoy your first evening safari in Corbett. Dinner and overnight stay at the lodge.

Day 3: Corbett National Park

You will be woken up early morning to embark upon your morning game drive into the National Park. Corbett is vast and the terrain is simply stunning. With the Lower Himalayas as a backdrop and rivers running through, it’s dense forest is full of an incredible range of flora and fauna. It was also the first park in India to launch Project Tiger wildlife conservation initiative.
The park is named after Jim Corbett, a big game hunter turned ardent conservationist during the British Raj in India. Corbett was largely responsible for having the Park demarcated as a protected area and a game reserve to protect its wildlife. Take an afternoon safari to end the day with lots of wildlife sightings.

Day 4: Corbett National Park

Corbett is home to India’s beautiful beasts, including the Royal Bengal Tiger, The Asiatic Elephant, and the Asian Black Bear. Several herbivores, smaller felines and reptiles inhabit the park. It’s also a bird lover’s paradise and has a large population of both resident and migratory birds.
Post lunch, head back into the forest for your afternoon game drive. Dusk is a magical time in Corbett as birds swing into their evening symphony and a golden glow is cast over the treetops by the setting sun.

Day 5: Drive from Corbett to New Delhi

After your early morning game drive and breakfast, check out and head back to New Delhi in your chauffeur driven vehicle. It’s a 6-hour drive In total. Upon arrival in New Delhi, check-in your hotel. Evening at your leisure and dinner at your hotel.

Day 6: Drive from New Delhi to Jaipur

Post breakfast, check out of the Hotel. Drive down to Jaipur in a chauffeur-driven vehicle. You will cover 260 km in approximately 5 hours. Arrive at your hotel in Jaipur and take the day at leisure. Overnight stay at your hotel.

Day 7: Jaipur

Begin your day with a visit to the massive ramparts of Amber Fort, from where the Kacchawa clan ruled, until the 1700s. You may opt to take an elephant ride to the top of the fortress, where you will enter the fortifications and visit the Temple of Kali, the Hall of Victory and the Jagmandir Temple.
After lunch, visit the highlights of the Pink City, including the Jantar Mantar observatory, the Hawa Mahal (Palace of the Winds) the City Palace and Museum, and the bustling bazaars in the historic part of the town. Jaipur is known for its shopping from precious stones to handicrafts. Return to your hotel and take the evening at your leisure.

Day 8: Drive from Jaipur to Ranthambore

The next morning, your Tiger Safari India chauffeur will drive you to Ranthambore. Check-in at your Safari Lodge. Post lunch, head into the forest for an afternoon game drive through Ranthambore National Park. Return to your lodge in time for dinner.

Day 9 - 10: Ranthambore National Park

Wake up early for your morning game drive to the park. Ranthambore was the erstwhile hunting ground for the Maharajas of Jaipur and is nestled among the Aravalli hills. The park is dotted with a thick copse of trees and scrubby brush, as well as several ancient ruins. A magnificent fortress and temple lie at the highest point of the mark.
Return to the lodge for a late breakfast. The afternoon is at your leisure before you head back into the park.

Day 11: Drive from Ranthambore to Bharatpur

Take your last safari in Ranthambore. Upon returning to the lodge, enjoy breakfast and the checkout. Your chauffeur and vehicle will be waiting to drive you to Bharatpur.
Arrive in time to check-in and enjoy a late lunch. Later the same afternoon, head out into the enviros to one of the best-known bird sanctuaries for an evening excursion into the park. The Keoladeo Ghana National Park (commonly known as the Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary) is home to over 400 species of water birds.

Day 12: Drive from Bharatpur to Agra

Enjoy a different kind of experience as you ride through the park on a cycle rickshaw, with your driver-naturalist, a very unique way to explore the national park. Return to your lodge in time for breakfast and check out. Your chauffeur-driven vehicle will be ready to take you to Agra.
Upon arrival in Agra, check in to your Hotel. Overnight stay at the hotel.

Day 13: Drive from Agra to New Delhi

Visit the Taj Mahal the next morning. This magnificent monument is considered to be one of the wonders of the world. Built-in the mid-1700s, it was conceived by the Mughal emperor Shah Jehan as a monument of love for his wife Mumtaz. Over 20,000 labourers from various parts of the world pooled their skill to create this magnificent mausoleum that has been immortalized in white Makrana marble and embellished with onyx, amethyst, lapis lazuli, turquoise, jade, crystal and several other semi-precious stones that were brought from as far as Tibet, China and the Indian Ocean. (Note: The Taj Mahal is closed to the public on Fridays).
Later this afternoon, visit the Agra Fort. A marvel of architecture in red sandstone, its walls stand over twenty meters high with a huge moat surrounding it. Late afternoon return to New Delhi. Evening arrival in New Delhi and head back to your hotel. Overnight in New Delhi.

Day 14: New Delhi Onward

Today is at your leisure until your check out for your departure to the International Airport in New Delhi. Our representative will meet you at the hotel to transfer you to the Airport. He will further assist you with a smooth check-in and allow you to board your flight back home.

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Parks to visit on the Rajasthan Wildlife Tour

Ranthambore National Park in Rajasthan is renowned for its royal Bengal tigers, ancient forts, scenic lakes, and rich biodiversity amidst historical splendor.
Corbett National Park, India’s first national park, boasts diverse wildlife, scenic landscapes, and rich history, making it a premier wildlife destination.

Popular Fauna

Royal Bengal Tiger

Black Buck

Greater Spotted Eagle

Marsh Crocodile

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Frequently Asked Questions

If you wish to spot tigers in their best, fiercest form, the Ranthambore National Park should be the first tiger safari destination on your list. It is one of the largest wildlife reserves in the state of Rajasthan and is a sight to behold beyond just the beautiful flora and fauna found in the vast landscape.
Rajasthan is known for its beautiful vistas and culturally and historically significant landmarks. It is a must-visit destination for those who are nature and wildlife enthusiasts. Owing to the huge number of unique flora and fauna found in the state, wildlife reserves have become a major attraction in Rajasthan. There are over 10 major wildlife reserves, many of which you can experience by signing up for Tiger Safari India’s customized wildlife safari tours.
There are just too many species of wildlife to name! Owing to the successful efforts of the state to conserve its rich biodiversity, Rajasthan is home to some of the most unique wildlife species in the world. Some popular attractions include the Royal Bengal tiger, striped hyena, chinkara, great Indian spotted eagle, blackbuck, white-footed fox, and the marsh crocodile.
Tiger Safari India uses Maruti Gypsies for wildlife safaris. The Gypsy is a closed off-road 4×4 vehicle, making it ideal to use on a safari as it provides optimum safety while ensuring a swift and smooth transit across the sanctuary.

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