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Accommodations in a Tiger Reserve Called Ranthambore

Author: Uday Patel
by Uday Patel
Posted: Oct 11, 2020
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Tiger safari is a recreation for holiday makers and a matter of study and knowledge gathering for the wildlife enthusiasts. For wildlife photographers and film makers there is a commercial angle as well as a matter of research. Natural history can be best studied by using these tools. But all this entails spending time of the reserves.

A few days stay or a week for the nature enthusiasts or naturalists, a fortnight for photographers and extended stays for film makers. Only holiday makers from local areas make a quick trip mostly on the weekends and then they are gone. They come here for fun and pure recreation and yes food and wine. There are people who arrive here on safari and then they are gone by the evening. Except the last category the others need a hotel accommodation.

At any place of tourist interests business develop as well. Travel services, transportation, bazaars, shops, stores you name it they are there serving the tourists. But the biggest industry is the hospitality industry the tour operators, travel agents and the wildlife resorts of hotels.

The category of hotels in Ranthambore is limited to four segments. They are the high end resorts, luxury and deluxe the mid segment and the budget properties. They are the accommodation providers and all inclusive aspects food, parking, wait service and they also organize the tiger safari in the park. They are more comprehensive than the urban hotels and hence are costly as well. The high end properties also provide naturalist services to enhance wildlife experience. The cost is generally included in the JP package which expands to Jungle Plan.

The table begins from below the one day visitors, Free International Travelers or FIT, students, clubs and local prefer the budget properties. These are generally nice and clean without any frills attached. The mid segment is the luxury properties and deluxe with the former being more upscale. Between the two there is a fair amount of confusion and a scrutiny is required in order to judge the amenities and services they provide. The are mid range properties are less priced than the high end or star properties. But surprisingly the avante garde performers among the mid segment could be priced quiet high almost touching the tariff chart of the upscale accommodations.

The preferred ones are of course the upscale properties which are comparable to the urban setups but offer more comprehensive services. The first noticeable feature is the location since they prefer to be isolated from the hoi polloi and for the sylvan surroundings that forests offer. This renders peace and quiet a much wanted serenity by the upscale crowd. Being closure to nature they offer in house wildlife and bird watching opportunity which may not be possible for set ups near townships with a large number of properties.

The pristine surroundings accord a surreal feel and the exteriors seamlessly blend with the nature outside. This is the biggest benefit that high end resorts in Ranthambore accord. In this segment the heritage properties are also included although the ambiance could be more royal with a stay in palatial environment as the Maharajahs did.

Thus you have wide choice of stays in the tiger reserve. Most of the properties are situated at Sawai Madhopur near Jaipur the Capital City of Rajasthan in India. The approach is best from New Delhi to jaipur and then to Sawai Madhopur.

About the Author

Uday writes often on Indian wildlife especially about the tigers. He works as a naturalist and is fond of travel. Uday also provides search engine optimization service and website contents in English.

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