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Ranthambore National Park (Ranthambore India Wildlife) ジャングル.サファリ
In India’s desert state of Rajasthan, 450 kilometers (280 miles) south west of Delhi and 185 kilometers (115 miles) from Jaipur. The main gate and fort are 3kms inside the park.

How to Get to Ranthambore :
From Jaipur Airport, four hours traveling time by road. Alternatively the closest railway station is at Sawai Madhopur, 11 kilometers (7 miles) away. It’s easily reachable by train from Delhi, Jaipur, and Agra.

When to Visit Ranthambore :
March and April, when they come out in search of water. However, it’s more comfortable to visit during the preceding cooler months. Be sure to bring warm clothes if visiting during winter.
The park is open from sunrise until sunset, except from July 1 to October 1 when it closes due to the monsoon rains. Safaris run for two and a half hours from 7 a.m. and again from 2 p.m.

Ranthambore Cost:
The park entrance fee is 200 rupees ($4.50) for foreigners. There is also an entrance fee of 125 rupees ($3) per vehicle. A guide costs 150 rupees ($3.50). Vehicle hire charges are additional. The Rajasthan Forest Department offers safari seats inclusive of all fees in a canter (open topped truck) for around 500 rupees ($12) or a gypsy (jeep) for around 650 rupees ($15) during peak season. A full day in a gypsy costs 1,300 rupees ($28). These are bookable on-line, but rates are subject to change depending on the time of year. Also, expect to pay more if booking through a hotel or tour operator.

Ranthambore Travel Tips:
This national park is very popular due to its proximity to Delhi and the fact that tigers are relatively easy to spot here. Traffic into the park is highly regulated. Private vehicles are not allowed to enter, and the number of jeeps is restricted to 20 at one time, split along 5 different routes. Availability of seats tends to vary quite a bit, therefore seats are best booked as far in advance as possible. Some routes, such as route three, are better than others for seeing tigers.
Corbett National Park(Uttaranchal)
Himalayan area Wildlife Attractions in the Corbett National Park
About 110 species of trees, 50 species of mammals, 580 species of birds and 25 species of reptiles are found in the Corbett National Park. The major wildlife animals are Tiger, Leopard, Elephant, Deer, Wild Boar, Leopard Cat, Jungle Cat, Sloth Bear, Himalayan Black Bear, Wild Dog, Langur, Rhesus Monkey, Himalayan Palm Civet, Indian Grey Mongoose, Common Otter, Blacknaped Hare, Porcupine and Jackal. Along the banks of the Ramganga River, one can also spot the Crocodiles. Besides various wildlife animals about 580 species of resident and migratory birds here. Peacock, Kite, Water fowl, Storkbilled Kingfisher, Brown fish owl, Red jungle fowl, Minivet, Shrike, Cuckoo, Barbet, Bulbul, woodpecker and parakeet (Some of the birds that migrate during the winter are the Steppe eagle and various water birds).

Jungle Safari in the Corbett National Park
You can visit the Corbett National Park by having an Elephant or a Jeep Safari. A guide will always accompany you during the safari in the park. There are watchtowers inside the park from where you can view the animals at a very close distance.

Best Time to Visit Corbett National Park
The best season to visit the Corbett National Park is from November to June. During the monsoon season that is from July to October this park is closed.

How to reach Corbett National Park (By Air):
The nearest airport is located at Phoolbagh, Pantnagar at a distance of about 50 kms. The nearest international airport is located at Delhi, which is about 300 kms.
(By Rail) Ramnagar is the nearest railway station located on the broad gauge track
Corbett National Park(Uttaranchal)
Chitwan National Park (Nepal)
There are more than 43 species of mammals in the park. The park is especially renowned for the endangered one horned rhinoceros, the tiger and the gharial crocodile along with many other common species such as gaur, wild elephant, four horned antelope, striped hyena, pangolin, gangetic dolphin, monitor lizard and python. Other animals found in the park include the sambar, chital, hog deer, barking deer, sloth bear, palm civet, langur and rhesus monkey
There are over 450 species of birds in the park. Among the endangered birds are the Bengal florican, giant hornbill, lesser florican, black stork and white stork. Common birds seen in the park include the peafowl, red jungle fowl, and different species of egrets, herons, kingfishers, flycatchers and woodpeckers. The best time for bird watching is March and December. More than 45 species of amphibians and reptiles occur in the park, some of which are the marsh crocodile, cobra, green pit viper and various species of frogs and tortoises. The park is very rich in wild fauna and flora. Due to its easy accessibility from Kathmandu and Pokhara, there are several different kinds of accommodation available inside the National park and outside the National park. Here is basic Jungle safari tour we arrange. This tour can be prolonged depending on your choice and time limit.

How to get to Chitwan
Air In Bhadrapur Airport and Drive an hour by Taxi,
Bus from Kathmandu or Pokhara direct to the National Para (Sauraha)
Any Private Vechiles.

When to visit
February, March, April are the best month to visit on riding the Elephant inside the Jungle. At the season, the bush has cut and can be seen the Rhinos, Beers, Tigers, Crocodiles, Birds…
Area: 1325 sq., km.; Established: Established in 1983 and gazetted in 1987.
LOCATION:Dhorpatan Hunting Reserve lies in the Rukum, Myagdi and Baglung Districts in the Dhaulagiri Himal range in western Nepal. Putha, Churen and Gurja Himal extend over the northern boundary of the reserve.
FEATURES:This is the only hunting reserve in the country, attracting Nepalese and foreign sports hunters with blue sheep and other game animals. The reserve is divided into six blocs for hunting management purposes. The reserve is characterized by alpine sub-alpine, and high temperate vegetation. Common plant species include Fir, Pine, Birch, Rhododendron, Hemlock, Oak, Juniper and Spruce. Pasture land at higher elevations occupies more than 50% of the total area of the reserve. The reserve is one of the prime habitats for blue sheep, a highly coveted trophy. Other animals found are Leopard, Goral, Serow, Himalayan Thahr, Himalayan Black Bear, Barking Deer, Wild Boar, Rhesus Macaque, Langur and Mouse Hare. Pheasants and partridges are common and their viable population in the reserve permits controlled hunting. Endangered animals in the reserve include Musk Deer, Wolf, Ced Canda, Cheer Pheasant and Danphe.