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Sawai Madhopur Tour by Train

Day 5 - Sawai Madhopur (Palace on Wheels)

Morning : Ranthambore Tiger Sanctuary
0615 Hours: Arrival in Sawai Madhopur.
0630 Hours: Breakfast on Board.
0700 Hours: Visit the Ranthambhore National Park.

Sawai - Madhopur Moving on from the desert kingdom of Jodhpur, the royal retreat in Palace-on-Wheels will take you in Sawai Madhopur. After you enjoy the breakfast at the Castle Jhoomar Baori enter the Ranthambore National Park with the adjoining Aravali and the Vindhya ranges. Your excitement is bound to rise, as you get ready to visit another royal dignitary in his kingdom.

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Ranthambore National Park
Moving on from the desert kingdom of Jodhpur, on the fifth day of the royal retreat in Palace-on-Wheels you will be in Sawai Madhopur . After you enjoy the breakfast at the Castle Jhoomar Baori enter the Ranthambore National Park with the adjoining Aravali and the Vindhya ranges. Your excitement is bound to rise, as you get ready to visit another royal dignitary in his kingdom.


A journey into the Ranthambore (also known as Ranthambor) Sanctuary is an elating experience especially if you are lucky enough to sight the Big Cat. The greatest pulling factor about Ranthambore is the Tiger. The big cat is totally nonchalant about staring humans and there have been enough wildlife movies shot in the place to advertise the fact. But tigers have their moments of privacy and these seem to outweigh those moments when they don't mind being watched. Ranthambore was among one of the very first sanctuaries to come under the aegis of Project Tiger and from a few dozens the number of tigers have increased to a little over a hundred. Now a national park, it has an area of over 400 square kilometres. Most of the big cats are so secure and protected that they can be seen hunting during the day particularly around the lakes.

Tigre taking rest in Ranthambore National ParkRanthambore offers many exciting options for a wildlife enthusiast as well as a regular traveller. The park itself is considered as the most photo friendly wildlife sanctuary in the world. Tigers of Ranthambore can be captured in their various moods and moments. Apart from the Ranthambore Park, there are historical attractions such as Jogi Mahal and Ranthambore Fort. Flora and fauna of the park is of mixed variety and needs a good look. Topping it all is the cultural traditions of the region that makes the visit all the more exciting. While in the park, don't forget to go for a jeep safari and enjoy the ethnic flavour of local cuisine


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