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A Tiger Safari in Ranthambore

Ever wanted to see a tiger in the wild? They’re elusive creatures, and prefer to stay away from humans. But it’s possible to see them on a tiger safari, as long as you choose four things carefully—when you go, where you go, who you go with and what you do when you’re there. Travel with #CoxandKings
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Before you go, ensure that everything you plan to carry on the safari, has straps-your camera, your hat and even your sunglasses. Also, respect the wild and your fellow travellers. #CoxandKings

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Choose the safari company, wear forest colours to avoid undue attention towards yourself and prevent animals from approaching your jeep and definitely wear some sun screen, a hat and a scarf! #CoxandKings

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The time when it’s most inconvenient for you, is the best time to spot tigers. Late April, all of May and early June, before the rains start, is when summer’s crackling heat draws out the tigers. Everything is dry and sparse, making them easier to spot. There are fewer waterholes and all the animals come there to get their fill. So do the tigers. #CoxandKings

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Seeing two tigers and one leopard is not because of luck; but is a combination of the weather, the place and our guide. Read on for tips on how to maximise your chances of spotting a tiger on a safari. #CoxandKings

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Cameras are all well and fine, but the joy of a safari is in everything the jungle has to offer. Buy or borrow a pair of good binoculars for your trip. Also, carry a first aid kit and some medicines in case of any emergencies. #CoxandKings

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Carry your own bottles when you are on a safari. Fill them up with water from your hotel so that you reduce the use of plastic. Wear comfortable floaters / walking shoes. Carry extra camera batteries and a memory card as a back up! #CoxandKings

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