Although we dint see any tiger. But we did see fresh foot marks of tiger. We went only for one safari. I guess the timing is more suitable for summer. The park in itself is beautiful. And if they are able to maintain it properly...More
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We did two drives - one in the morning and one in the afternoon. The morning one was our most successful - we saw a tiger at close proximity for about 15 minutes; wow! One gets acclimatized to seeing the game and animals which are,...More
The obvious attraction of seeing tigers and the many creatures of the forest is in no way diminished if one is unlucky enough not to see the big striped bagh. We were lucky and saw two, plus a myriad of deer, boar, crocodiles, antelope and...More
This is one of the best national parks. Dense and beautiful forest situated at Aravali ranges. Its vast and has 10 routes for the safari. Always go for 1-6. Nice place to chill with family and friends.
Our small group hired our own truck for 2 game drives one early morning and later in the afternoon. The park can get VERY busy and chaotic with so many large trucks passing each other on the narrow paths. We lucked out and saw a...More
This is the place they say you need to visit if you want to see a Tiger. we tried twice ( buffer zone -8 and Zone 3 ) with no luck. but the whole experience is fun, specially if you are travelling with a group....More
Though we didn't see a tiger, the park has an abundance of antelope, monkeys, deer, birds, and peacocks. Worth taking a tour of the park, and you might just get lucky
The Jungle safari was made memorable as we were lucky enough to sight a pair of tigers during our trip. The experience was overall very good, as our trip with our large group in the Canter was well organised and managed.
This is a fantastic place to visit but please note that you are not guaranteed to see tigers as the park is approximately 250 square miles and within it are at present about 60 tigers. We were very fortunate and saw four of these wonderful...More