Shared Canter Safari

Shared Canter safari

Enjoy an economical Ranthambhore safari and travel with a group.

A 'Canter' is an open-top bus that can seat up to 20 persons. It's the ideal choice for individuals on a budget. It's also great for groups of family, friends or colleagues, as you're able to share the experience rather than be split up into several smaller Jeeps. Doing so ensures you're all experiencing the same beautiful sightings in the same zone at the same time, that you can recall together for years to come. A Canter safari in Ranthambhore is cost-efficient as compared to the smaller Jeep, and its elevated height provides an advantage for wildlife sightings. You're able to see further into the distance and above the crowd. Opting for the shared Canter safari in Ranthambhore is also perfect for those who enjoy meeting new people and sharing experiences. That said, a shared Canter does not afford social distancing so it would be essential to wear a face-covering (we will provide face coverings and sanitiser on request). All our shared Canter safaris in Ranthambhore come with an experienced naturalist guide, a skilled driver, and transfers from/to your hotel. Rest assured that all entry fees and taxes are also taken into account so you'll not be confronted with any hidden charges on the day. *The price of ₹975 (Indian Rupees) per person, per safari is valid for Indian nationals. The price for foreign nationals is ₹1,775 per person, per safari. It is the Government of Rajasthan, not Ranthambhore Tiger Tours, who differentiate the pricing. These prices are valid until 31st March 2021.

All-inclusive

Our prices are inclusive of all park entry fees, guide fees, driver fees and taxes. With the exception of gratuities at your full discretion, there'll be nothing further to pay on the day.

Shared Experience

By opting for a shared Canter, you're choosing the most cost-efficient way of experiencing a safari in Ranthambhore National Park. You'll spread the cost with others and meet new people in the process.

Professional Guide

Our shared Canter safari in Ranthambhore comes with an English (and Hindi) speaking naturalist guide.

Transfers Included

Your shared Canter will collect you from your hotel in Ranthambhore before the safari, and drop you back afterwards.

Safari Timings

Please note, safari times in Ranthambhore vary +/- 1 hr depending on the time of year, and the distance from your hotel to the park. Our representative will advise your exact schedule on arrival. The safari timings detailed below are an approximate guideline.

On arrival - Meet our Representative
On arriving in Ranthambhore – or otherwise at your convenience, a member of our team will come and meet you briefly at your hotel to explain your itinerary and answer any questions.
06:00 / 14:00 - Hotel Pick-up
Your shared Canter, driver and naturalist guide will come and collect you from your hotel to head to the park. There are two safaris to choose from each day – one in the morning that departs approx 06:00, and another in the afternoon at 14:00.
06:30 / 14:30 - Arrive at Ranthambhore National Park
From most hotels it takes about half an hour to reach Ranthambhore National Park and enter the gates. However, this will differ depending on the location of your hotel and your position on the pick-up line (your shared Canter will collect its other passengers either before or after you).
10:00 / 18:00 - Depart Ranthambhore National Park
This is the time you’re officially allowed to stay in the park until.
10:30 / 18:30 - Hotel Drop-off
We’ll drop you back at your hotel. With the morning safari, hotels in Ranthambhore serve breakfast immediately afterwards. With the afternoon safari, you’re back in time for pre-dinner apéritifs!

₹975 per person, per safari*

Booking Request
Enquiry Form
Payment Options

We will gladly accept online payment in the methods below.

VisaMasterCardAmexPayPalBank Transfer
Have a Question?

Feel free to reach out and we're happy to answer any questions you may have.

Ready to book your shared Canter safari in Ranthambhore?
Comments are closed.