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WATCH, DO NOT TOUCH! 2 DAYS

This short weekend escape from the city is exceptional- you are in the land of tigers! The king here is the tiger: you are hoping to see him, so follow the instructions how to find him while being on jeep, don’t make much noise…

Why «Watch, do not touch»?


Tiger choose to see you; he is the boss of his own territory! Meeting a tiger is exceptional every time: at the beginning you feel fear and adrenaline running through your body, and finally you feel relieved and euphoric because you are in a safe jeep where danger cannot reach you!


ADVICE

Do not leave the jeep, tigers are faster than you!
Animals do not like a noise, be silent in a jungle.
If you wish to learn Indian traditional dances, feel free to join the artists in an evening folk show. They are happy to see active and interested foreign travelers.

TOP ACTIVITIES

Meeting with a tiger and other jungle animals in Ranthambore National park
Ranthambore Fort which is a part of UNESCO World heritage site
Folk and dance show performed by local artists

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This short weekend escape from the city is exceptional- you are in the land of tigers! The king here is the tiger: you are hoping to see him, so follow the instructions how to find him while being on jeep, don’t make much noise...

Why « Watch, do not touch »? Tiger choose to see you; he is the boss of his own territory! Meeting a tiger is exceptional every time: at the beginning you feel fear and adrenaline running through your body, and finally you feel relieved and euphoric because you are in a safe jeep where danger cannot reach you!

In the morning fly to Jaipur and get a ride to Ranthambore. The majestic hill Fort of Ranthambore, which is a part of UNESCO World Heritage site, is waiting for you... The owners of this Fort became the Kachawaha Maharajas of Jaipur in the 17th century and it remained division of Jaipur state till Indian Independence. The maharajas admired the greenery and scenic views and they converted the area to a hunting ground for tigers... The Rajasthan state is famous for its festive spirit... every festival is followed by various forms of folk entertainment: drum sound mixed with deep musicians voices. In the evening participate in a folk and dance show performed by local artists.

Wake up and observe the tigers in the safari park. If you have never seen a tiger or any other exotic animal in reality (not in zoo), this is one of the best opportunities to spot it! Take a seat in an open air jeep and get wild in the jungle! The Safari lasts 3, 5 hours and you are able to see different types of birds, antelopes, leopards, hyenas, tigers etc. It is an unforgettable day in the nature with animals, just do not lose the patience and you will meet the tiger!

Do you have some extra days for your holidays? We recommend to visit Jaipur– in many books described as pink city, actually it is more brown-orange city! Did you ever reach the monument standing on the hill on the back of nicely painted elephant? You can realize this dream in Jaipur and visit palaces of royal city.

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