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Escorted Rail Tours to Ranthambore National Park

Tiger, tiger, burning bright

One of the largest national parks in India, Ranthambore is located 81 miles (130 kilometres) from Jaipur, in the Sawai Madhopur District of southeastern Rajasthan. The National Park is home to the ruins of a 10th century fort and a wildlife sanctuary, considered to be the country's best for observing and photographing the activities of the tiger. The park covers an area of 151 square miles (392 square kilometres) and is home to more than 300 species of birds. Whilst tiger sightings are not guaranteed, Ranthambore National Park is about the only place in India where tigers are still found in the wild. Keep your eyes open for crocodiles, deer and monkeys too.

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India's Tigers & PalacesIndia's Tigers & Palaces

India's Golden Triangle & Tiger Safari

This amazing adventure through historic India takes us to some of the glorious country's most exciting sights. On our fascinating journey we discover thriving cities, spectacular forts, and have a chance to see a tiger in the wild, culminating with a night in a 200-year-old palace.

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India's Palace on Wheels

Magnificent palaces and forts are waiting to be discovered on this Indian rail adventure aboard the Palace on Wheels train. Experience the lifestyle of the Maharajahs as we visit walled cities, marvel at the astonishing Taj Mahal and enjoy tiger spotting in Ranthambore National Park.

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