Full-Day Safari Permitted in Ranthambore National Park

Ranthambore National Park opens for full day safari.

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Ranthambore has, with immediate effect, opened the forest for full day safari from sunrise to sunset. The full day safari has been introduced at Ranthambore on the lines of Maharashtra and Madhya Pradesh governments. A limited number of five gypsies will be allowed only on the tourist zones (1-5) within the carrying capacity of six people. Besides, there would be a guide on each gypsy that would be GPS monitored.

The State Government has permitted full-day as well as half day safari’s in the National Park. As reported, the full-day safari is for 12 hours, whereas in half-day safari 6 hours are permitted.

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One thought on “Full-Day Safari Permitted in Ranthambore National Park

  1. Alessia Girardini

    Dear Irfan,

    This is quite a news…I don’t think we offer full day safari anywhere as of now. Our animal lovers shall love this option!

    I am also curious on whether this can really add to the safari experience, as they say that animals are generally spotted early morning or in the evening only. What do you think? Should we consider adding this information to the monthly newsletter?

    Regards, Alessia

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    On Sun, Apr 10, 2016 at 5:51 PM, Travel Plan India wrote:

    > Travel Plan India posted: “Ranthambore National Park opens for full day > safari. Ranthambore has, with immediate effect, opened the forest for full > day safari from sunrise to sunset. The full day safari has been introduced > at Ranthambore on the lines of Maharashtra and Madhya Prad” >

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