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    Question Ranthambore in June

    Hi All

    I have planned a trip to Ranthambore in June first week, Safari is already booked but accommodation is not yet booked. I really don't want to book something online as I would prefer to check the place before I pay for it.

    Can somebody suggest me a good hotel near railway station, my budged is around 1500 rupees per day. I want to visit Ranthambore fort also so is it easy to get public transport there or a cab is suggested?

    Thanks in advance
    Kirti

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    I think the national parks are closed during monsoons. Check it beforehand.

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    Ranthambore in June

    Hey everyone. I will be going down to Orlando and Tampa on June 25 and will be visiting SWO on the 26 and 27 and BGA on the 28 and 29. I was wondering if yall had any good tips on what order I should do things in at the parks and would appreciate some info as to what the crowds will most likely be like, where i should eat, etc. This will be my first trip to either park so any info would be greatly appreciated. Thanks

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    June is hot as the proverbial oven. Be prepared to literally roast. However, the game sighting is excellent, provided the forests have not had any rains. I don't know if it has been raining there this week, ask the Jaipurwallahs

    (npjai where are you!)



    The jeep safaris thankfully are in the mornings, at dawn almost, so you will escape most of the heat. Do NOT take the Canters, pay what it takes but go by jeep. The afternoon safaris are hotter in comparison.

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    I visited Ranthambore National Park about few years ago during my India trip. This park is located in Sawai Madhopur district of southeastern Rajasthan. It is well known all over the world for its tigers and awesome natural beauty. According to me it is an ideal place for wildlife and nature lover.

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