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Trip Report Tigers of Ranthambhore

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I went for 5 days to the tiger reserve at Ranthambhore. The hotel had made reservations for me for 5 safaris. But with a 25% chance of seeing a tiger I found that I really should have planned my visit a lot better and well ahead. There are 8 safari zones, 3 of which have little chance of seeing a tiger. Also it is important to be in the first jeep so the distance of the hotel to the park entrance is a factor. For photographers there are also photographic issues in regard to seating in the safari jeeps.To help in getting the most out of a visit to Ranthambhore i have written an illustrated report at

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