Ranthambhore in November: reasonably priced hotels please.

#1 Sep 12th, 2013, 14:00
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hi all,

i am planing to visit ranthambhore in November. can anyone guide to some reasonably priced hotel. we will be traveling with kids.

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what would be the charges if i take gypsy for touring inside the park? do i have to make any prior bookings for the gypsy considering November will be festival time (Diwali)
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this site should give you all the answers
http://www.ranthamborenationalpark.com/

this link will list all the sleeping options, but the prices may have changed.
http://wikitravel.org/en/Ranthambhor...nal_Park#Sleep
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Originally Posted by adam00121 View Post this site should give you all the answers
http://www.ranthamborenationalpark.com/

this link will list all the sleeping options, but the prices may have changed.
http://wikitravel.org/en/Ranthambhor...nal_Park#Sleep
thanks adam for referring me to the sites, but there is no mention of safari tariffs. i wanted to know how much does a safari in jeep cost?

Do they charge per head or for the entire jeep?

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not sure of the prices, but here is a link that says something about it, maybe a private operator...
http://ranthambhoresafari.com/rantha...ep-canter.html

for the tours run by rajasthan government (or parks board, maybe), and to book online, use this site...the price, much cheaper than the one in the link above, is given on the let hand bottom panel....
http://www.rajasthanwildlife.in/make...anyourtrip.jsp
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isn't there anyone here who has visited the park recently? who knows about the rates?
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Please refer to this page for charges as well as availability:

http://www.rajasthanwildlife.in/make...anyourtrip.jsp

Check with the hotel you are staying at as well.
My Trip Reports: Ranthambhore LRK-GRK Corbett
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As mentioned by Tanmay Jhoomar Bavari is the best option to stay in Ranthambore if you are lucky to get the booking, I have visited the place couple of times but never lucky to stay here i stayed in ranthambore Vatika Resort.. this is budget hotel and location is good .. I lost the ontact number but you can google it..
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Originally Posted by touring_manali View Post isn't there anyone here who has visited the park recently? who knows about the rates?
I have driven down to Ranthambore in April from Pune.
Some tips:

1. DO stay at RTDC hotel Jhoomar Bavari if you like forest experience.Most hotels in Ranthambore are on the main road apart from couple of 5* ones. Jhoomar Bavri is situated on a hill in a jungle surroundings and many animals can be seen in its compound as well. Its a must. we paid 4400 + taxes for 2 people (stay-bf, lunch, dinner inclusive)

2. For first day of our stay we could not get a room at jhoomar bavri so we stayed at Hotel Ananta Palace. It was newly opened one and we got room for around 1400. Very clean, nice food but no views.

3. Safari- You must book it online in advance else you will end up paying heafty sum to agents on reaching there. Online booking is ease- just google.
Gypsy costs Rs 330 + Rs 150 for guide- total 480
A Canter costs Rs 250+150=400
Gypsy is preferred mode as it will be only 6 in it as compared to 20 in a canter.

4. Even if you book online, after reaching there you need to report to office 2 hours before the safari and they will allocate a driver and guide. hotel people will do it for you and charge 150-250 per person based on bargain.

Let me know if you have any more questions.
For now you can enjoy some pics clicked at Ranthambore
http://twagle.blogspot.in/2013_05_01...78229566401618
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Hi,
We have figured out a new place to stay. Costing 9600/- per night for a couple its treehouse anurag resort sawai madhopur. Looking decent in pics atleast as of now
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Originally Posted by touring_manali View Post what would be the charges if i take gypsy for touring inside the park? do i have to make any prior bookings for the gypsy considering November will be festival time (Diwali)
I just did my online bookings on 18th sept(www.rajasthanwildlife.in). The park fee is 131 Rs/person, gypsy fee is 330/person and guide fee is 67/person. Total would be coming around 528 Rs per person if you do online bookings by yourself.
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@Rohit- just checked Anurag resort online.
1) It is again on main road from where you wont get any views.
2) Look at the tripadvisor reviews doesnt look good!
3) 9600 is too much, in that budget you will get many good resorts
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True..its on main road..tried others in same price range but all are booked for the dates i was lookin for. the older anurag resort seems to be renovated and the owners have also changed. search treehouse anuraga on trip advisor perhaps.
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Originally Posted by rohitpune123 View Post True..its on main road..tried others in same price range but all are booked for the dates i was lookin for. the older anurag resort seems to be renovated and the owners have also changed. search treehouse anuraga on trip advisor perhaps.
OK I will check that.
In my opinion Castle Jhoomar Bavri is "The Place" to stay at Ranthambore.
But it might be full on many occasions.

You can also check hotel Anant palace. Its a very new hotel with big rooms, damn clean and offers being a new property.
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I have stayed at Raj Palace Resort in May, 2013.

http://rajpalaceranthambhore.com/

It is a decent budget hotel, costs around 1500 per night for AC room, for 2 people. It is on main road from Sawai Madhopur town to Jhumar Baori, but it has a nice small garden with lots of trees. We found many birds there, especially Golden Oriole. It also has a nice swimming pool, secluded with trees around. Over all, it is a decent place with decent facilities and rates.
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