Ranthambore | Wed. 3 July 2019
Ranthambore safari continues in Ranthambore National Park from zone no. 6 to 10 after the end of the season (30 June 2019). Ranthambore Safari tickets are available on the current online safari booking system.
Usually, the National Parks have a closing period from July to September (Monsoon Season) every year due to courtship time for the wild animals along with being a time for rainfall on continue intervals; the park’s authority had made it mandatory to keep the zones closed for the visitors for 3 months in a year. So,the premium zones of Ranthambore National Park from 1 to 5 are closed for Monsoon season.
Ranthambore National Park
The Ranthambhore National Park, opens from 1’st October to 30 June, every year for tourists. There are total 10 zones for Ranthambore Safari purpose. Zones 01 to 05 are considered to be of high preference as this has been the oldest part of park. Except these zones, rest 06 to 10 zones will be kept open for the tourists to enjoy Ranthambore safari during Monsoon season This monsoon period is July, August & September.
Ranthambore National Park is one of India’s most renowned national park, situated in Sawai Madhopur district of Rajasthan. Formerly known as the royal hunting ground of Jaipur's Maharaja, the park is now a protected area with home to several species of plant, mammals and reptiles.
Dominant Male tiger, Kumbha is walking in zone no,6
Photo by Mohan Singh on 3 June 2019
Ranthambore online safari booking
Rajasthan forest department has amended online safari booking system for Ranthambore safari in Ranthambore National Park since 15 September 2018. The new online safari booking has opened for the entire season in Ranthambore now. But for the Monsoon Season, Ranthambore Safari tickets are available on the current online safari booking system. “Ranthambore safari is available through current online booking only and is subjected to weather conditions. Therefore, safari may be cancelled on any day/shift, without prior notice, due to bad weather /track conditions or administrative reasons. Only full safari booking amount will be refunded in such cases and no other claim of tourist like travel cost, losses or compensation of any kind will be considered”.—- Sources from FMDSS.
Ranthambore National Park, which at present is home to
around 70 plus tigers, was declared as Sawai Madhopur Wildlife sanctuary in
1955 and in 1973 it gained the protection of `Project Tiger`. It got the status
of National Park in 1980.