1. Kingdom of Tigers

    This particular publication dedicated to Ranthambore tigers, the readers are invited in a journey to meet the most famous tigers of the Tourist Zones (zone 1 to 6 only) and contemplate them in natural habitats :

  2. Kingdom of Tigers

    This particular publication dedicated to Ranthambore tigers, the readers are invited in a journey to meet the most famous tigers of the Tourist Zones (zone 1 to 6 only) and contemplate them in natural habitats :

  3. Kingdom of Tigers

    This particular publication dedicated to Ranthambore tigers, the readers are invited in a journey to meet the most famous tigers of the Tourist Zones (zone 1 to 6 only) and contemplate them in natural habitats :

  4. A 12 years old tiger, Star Male died In Ranthambhore

    Due to human area, the tiger was tranquilised and brought to Gudda forest area where he died at 1pm.

  5. A 12 years old tiger, Star Male died In Ranthambhore

    Due to human area, the tiger was tranquilised and brought to Gudda forest area where he died at 1pm.

  6. My Encounter with the BIG CAT and Other Adventures in Ranthambhore

    Friday, 20 August 2010. I can never forget that day, which was undoubtedly the darkest day of my life. It was the day I nearly died! - Daulat Singh Shaktawat

  7. My Encounter with the BIG CAT and Other Adventures in Ranthambhore

    Friday, 20 August 2010. I can never forget that day, which was undoubtedly the darkest day of my life. It was the day I nearly died! - Daulat Singh Shaktawat

  8. Best comfortable safari hotel

    Very approchable near to railway station

  9. An article on our Assistant Conservator of Forests, Daulat Singh in Conde Nast Traveller - ‘People are more often the problem than animals’

    "I know and understand animal behaviour. It was not ‘T-7’s fault. If the villagers had not forced him back, the tiger would have quietly returned to the forest.”

  10. An article on our Assistant Conservator of Forests, Daulat Singh in Conde Nast Traveller - ‘People are more often the problem than animals’

    "I know and understand animal behaviour. It was not ‘T-7’s fault. If the villagers had not forced him back, the tiger would have quietly returned to the forest.”

  11. The Vehicles owners and the drivers go on strike in Ranthambhore

    The conflict was raised when the union staff was out from the Help line desk by the forest officer. Immediately, the present leaders of unions took action and announced that the vehicles were not provided for the safaris.

  12. The Vehicles owners and the drivers go on strike in Ranthambhore

    The conflict was raised when the union staff was out from the Help line desk by the forest officer. Immediately, the present leaders of unions took action and announced that the vehicles were not provided for the safaris.

  13. Ranthambhore: 02 nights, 03 days Complete Package with hotel & safaris

    Type of hotels - 04 star, 03 star & Budget/ Economy.

  14. Ranthambhore: 02 nights, 03 days Complete Package with hotel & safaris

    Type of hotels - 04 star, 03 star & Budget/ Economy.

  15. Ranthambore safari booking corruption

    As soon as booking open at 00.00 Hrs in 2 mins thr is no availability. before anyone can fill up the details Jeeps are full for zone 2,3,4,5. Certainly sum tampering is done with website.

  16. New Rules & Regulations in Full-Day & Half-Day Safari

    To overcome such short comings the department came out with new policy. This will help real tourists.

  17. New Rules & Regulations in Full-Day & Half-Day Safari

    To overcome such short comings the department came out with new policy. This will help real tourists.

  18. Tiger, T-33 aka Hamir no more

    Today, we lost the handsome tiger that was known as T-33 aka Hamir from Ranthambhore Tiger Reserve after the territorial fight.

  19. Tiger, T-33 injures in territorial fight

    It was serious injuries at chest, neck and legs parts of the body. The injured tiger has been under observation of the forest patrolling team since 16th, Sep. 2017.

  20. Wildlife and Wildlife Photography - Indian Scops Owl - December 2016

    An amazing sighting of Indian Scops Owl at #RTR! We were searching for tigers, but we got this wonderful owl sitting camouflaged with the bark of the tree!