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Tiger Tourism

India’s Ranthambore National Park, home to the elusive and endangered Bengal tiger, is just one of the amazing destinations on our Lions, Tigers & Tradewinds by Private Jet.

With the great privilege of observing these majestic creatures in the wild, comes the great responsibility of practicing eco-tourism and contributing to the local economy that supports saving the endangered endangered tiger’s habitat.


Eco-tourism, responsible travel that safeguards essential habitats by producing economic benefits for local communities, is vital to encourage conservation. These wild economies use wildlife, plants, and animals as key assets while bringing jobs to the local area, funding conservation projects and supporting local communities.


Ranthambore spans 500 square miles of dense jungle, golden savanna, dramatic cliffs, and lotus-filled lakes with ancient ruins of palaces and temples. Once the hunting ground of royalty, the park was one of the first nine to be designated a tiger reserve in the early 1970s, under Project Tiger.

Today there are 53 tiger reserves with Ranthambore considered one of the best spots to catch a glimpse of the elusive animal. It also provides a sanctuary for other wildlife including leopards, striped hyenas, sambar deer, chitals, nilgais, macaques, jackals, caracals, sloth bears, and hundreds of bird species.


Pleasant weather and lush greenery following the monsoon season enrich the activities you’ll experience on Bushtracks’ Lions, Tigers & Tradewinds by Private Jet including guided game drives in Ranthambore National Park.

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