"YOU CHANCE TO WATCH THEM ON WOOD WHILE IN WOODS."


GENERAL TARIFF


SAFARIGuide Charge
Entry Fee
Parking
Rs.200/-
Rs.150/250/300/-
100/200/-
TREKKING------Rs.400/600/1000/1200/-
Jungle Safari (No Guide)Rs.1300/-Car
Jungle Safari, Guide & Watch TowerRs.2500/-Jeep
Core Area Safari, Guide, Watch TowerRs.3000/-Jeep
GOVT ACCOMMODATION------With Advance Booking & Additional Charge

PACKAGES FOR RAJASTHAN
 
Raja-Rani-Mohr, Ranathambhore.
 
Per Head Perday Food Accommodation And Transport For Sight Seeing.
 
Upto 100 Kms For Plains And 80 Kms For Hills.
 
Rajasthan - Ranthambhore,Sariska & Bharatpore.
 
 
DESCRIPTIONBREAKFAST
DINNER
BREAKFAST
LUNCH / DINNER
REMARKS
6 Pax and AboveRs.2400/-Rs.2700/-PDPH
4 PaxRs.2600/-Rs.2900/-PDPH
2 PaxRs.3300/-Rs.3600/-PDPH

WELCOME TO RAJASTHAN


Rajasthans, ("the land of kings"), is the largest state of the Republic of India by area. It is located in the northwest of India. It encompasses most of the area of the large, inhospitable Great Indian Desert (Thar Desert), which has an edge paralleling the Sutlej-Indus river valley along its border with Pakistan.�The state is bordered by Pakistan to the west, Gujarat to the southwest, Madhya Pradesh to the southeast, Uttar Pradesh and Haryana to the northeast and Punjab to the north. Rajasthan covers 10.4% of India, an area of 342,269 square kilometres (132,151 sq mi).Jaipur is the capital and the largest city of the state. Geographical features include the Thar Desert along north-western Rajasthan and the termination of the Ghaggar River near the archaeological ruins at Kalibanga of the Indus Valley Civilization, which are the oldest in the Indian subcontinent discovered so far.

WILDLIFE
Rajasthan is also noted for National Parks and Wildlife Sanctuaries. There are four national park and wildlife sanctuaries named the Keoladeo National Park of Bharatpur, Sariska Tiger Reserve of Alwar, Ranthambore National Park of Sawai Madhopur, and Desert National Park of Jaisalmer.Ranthambore National Park and Sariska Wildlife Sanctuary are both known worldwide for their tiger population and considered by both wilderness lovers and photographers as the best places in India to spot tigers. At one point, due to poaching and negligence, tigers became extinct here, but recently 5 tigers have been shifted here[citation needed] .Prominent among the wildlife sanctuaries are Mount Abu Sanctuary, Bhensrod Garh Sanctuary, Darrah Sanctuary, Jaisamand Sanctuary, Kumbhalgarh Wildlife Sanctuary, Jawahar Sagar sanctuary and Sita Mata Wildlife Sanctuary.