Day 01: Ranthambore
Pick up from Jaipur / Sawai Madhopur airport / railway station. On arrival proceed to Ranthambore. Evening safari in Ranthambore National Park.
Overnight at Ranthambore

Day 02: Ranthambore
Ranthambore, one of the most popular parks with tiger sightings at its best, a photographers' dream come true, dotted with lakes and ponds around which the wildlife abounds, predators and prey enact their day-to-day drama. Ranthambore, hailed as one of India's finest wildlife locations, is located near Sawai Madhopur township.
Wildlife attractions include the Tiger, super-predator, symbol of power, strength and magnificence, can be observed at close quarters.
Ranthambore has large numbers of Sambar, chital and Nilgai. Sounders of boar and an occasional gazelle the Chinkaras can be seen.
Ranthambore has a wide variety of bird life which include Painted stork, black stork, and white-necked stork, Bonelli's eagle, crested serpent eagle, the great Indian horned owl, quail, partridge, spur fowl and the paradise flycatcher.
Morning safari in Ranthambore National park.
Overnight at Ranthambore

Day 03: Ranthambore - Deogarh
After breakfast proceed to Deogarh.
Overnight at Deogarh

Day 04: Siana
Overnight at Siana

Day 05: Siana
Tucked away in the remote Southwest corner of Rajasthan, Siana is an ideal getaway to spend a few relaxing days at your own pace. Yet at the same time there are enough activities here to keep one interested for the duration of one's stay. Your holiday can begin with a visit to a Tribal village. After an insight into rural Rajasthan one can take up the more exciting venture of searching for the elusive Leopard. For the more adventurous we have multi day Horse & Camel Safaris. Another option is to spend a relaxing afternoon at a lakeside watching the migratory Birds. Whatever the duration of your stay an itinerary can be tailor made to suit your interest.
Overnight at Siana

Day 06: Dasada
Overnight at Dasada

Day 07: Sasan Gir
Overnight at Sasan Gir

Day 08: Sasan Gir
Sasan Gir National Park & Lion Sanctuary is the last home of the Asiatic Lion. Spread over an area of 11412 square kilometers near Junagarh district in Gujarat, Sasan Gir is a dry deciduous habitat for the lions, dominated by short and gnarled teak trees, thorn bushes and grassland.
It is also one of the parks where one can spot leopards. Besides these chital, sambar, nilgai, chausingha, grey langur, hyena, painted sand grouse, peacocks and paradise flycatchers may be spotted on an early morning drive. The Kamleshwar dam reservoir is habitat to the densest mugger crocodile population in India, besides water birds. The Maldharis, traditional buffalo herders, co-exist in the park with the lions. For those with limited time, this is the best area to drive through to see maximum wildlife including the blackbuck, chinkara, wild boar, jackal and the magnificent Asiatic Lion.
Overnight at Sasan Gir

Tour concludes
This is just a suggested itinerary, we can customise as per your requirements


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