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In the heart of Rajasthan, Ranthambore National Park is arguably India's most important tiger reserve and has long been a popular place for photography buffs and nature enthusiasts to take a chance at spotting tigers in the wild. With this three-day, two-night tour, you'll get the chance to go on three safaris, increasing your chances of seeing not only Bengal tigers, but all sorts of other native mammals and avian species.
I would have given a rating of 5 stars as the hotel and the safaris were amazing. Got to see so many animals including a Bengal Tiger with 3 cubs. I would highly recommend the hotel (Ranthambore Heritage Haveli) and safari!!
The only set back was shortly after being picked up by the driver at 6 am he stopped for gas and asked me for money for the gas. First of all who doesn't show up with a full tank of gas for a full day of driving, secondly I already paid for gas, driver, tolls etc. I finally got my money back on the return trip to Dehli but only after demanding it. I would also like to add that as travelling as a solo female this made me very uncomfortable and unsafe.