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Rifa Tours provides excellent safari holidays and photographic opportunities in search of the tiger in wildlife Parks where you can have real wildlife experience and to hear the call of the wild. The Company has all-Rajasthan network of hotels, guides, and transports.

S. Rathore

There were four in our group. We had English friend with us and it was their first time in India. They & us had wonderful two days in Ranthambhore. The driver, the guide were faultless and The agent (Rifa Tours) had planned everything very well.All I can say is that we have had an unbelievable  experience . Thank you !!!

David, Mary Jo Mangion ,Narsh , Minaxi Patel

Wasim was always very good,expericend travel agent who organized our trip to our complete satisfaction. The Ranthambore experience memorable for us. Thanking you.

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Great Experience with Rifa Tours India

My friends and I decided to visit Agra and jaipur this summer. We found many travel agencies but we heard about Rifa Tours india from one of our friends and we decided to book our tour with this company. They were very prompt answering our e.mails and they offered the best rate for our tour. Mr. Wasim suggested a full itinerary. Every thing was detailed and offered with good price. Our driver Deepak was excellent, informative, quick, and used our time efficiently. The hotels were neat and clean and were exactly as expected.Overall, our experience with Rifa Tours was great. I would definitely recommend him to my friends and family. Thanks Mr.Wasim and Rifa Torus’s guide, driver and representative. We would definitely use them next time.

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“A wonderful experience and Well Managed trip with rifa tours”

We reached at sawai madhopur railway station. Rifa Tours (Mr Wasim) arranged our all services include hotel reservation, jungle safari and fort trip etc; He ensured our pickup straight from the sawai madhopur railway station and sent us an open gypsy for us. Driver Sanjeed took us resort. After a warm welcome from hotel staff we got into our cottage. We enjoyed hotel activities and next day early we were ready for Safari before safari tea coffee will be served, In the meantime Gypsy (open safari Jeep) arrived and take us to jungle safari, Jungle trip was excellent in first safari we saw a big cat that’s Tiger. Park is very beautiful, our guide was very informative he described very well. Mr wasim completely made our Ranthambore trip a memorable one. Overall it was positive experience with Rifa Tours India.



“Excellent Trip with Rifa Tours”

I recently travelled to Agra and Ranthambore and my friend recommended to use services from Mr.Wasim, Rifa Tours India.What a great choice. He was so helpful,very prompt answering our queries , interesting and new all the history. He really made the trip excellent with best price.we started our tour from Jaipur. Our driver Shabbir was incredible.He knew the history of the region and he was a great driver. He got us to Agra safely. our Agra Tour was great, our local guide Shanu was excellent. Next day we drove to Ranthambhore, it was long journy, road was not good it was little bumpy but we enjoyed the tour immensely.Everything was perfect, we were able to see many of the popular tourist attractions.We definitely recommend Rifa Tours for anyone who is considering exploring Rajasthan and India . Thank you, Rifa Tours !



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Keoladeo National Park is situated in Bharatpur that is an eastern most town of Rajasthan, India. The park was created by one of the Bharatpur Maharaja. Later in the year 1981, the park was declared as a National Park under wild protection act, 1972. It is named "Keoladeo" after the name of a temple of lord Shiva that is situated in the heart of the park. In 1985, UNESCO declared this park as a “World Heritage Site”.


The Keoladeo National Park or Keoladeo Ghana National Park is formerly known as Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary in Rajasthan, India. The Park is a famous avifauna sanctuary that sees thousands of rare and highly endangered birds such as the Siberian Crane come here during winter season. The park is perfect destination for bird watchers as it includes more than 230 different bird species. Keoladeo National Park is also a major tourist centre with scores of ornithologists arriving here in the hibernal season.

About 190 kilometres far from the national capital Delhi, this national park lies between two of India’s major cities - Agra and Jaipur. However, this north Indian national park begins from the country’s north-western state of Rajasthan. This park has also been a duck-hunting reserve of the Maharajas but now it is one of the major wintering areas for large numbers of aquatic birds from Afghanistan, Turkmenistan, China and Siberia. Apart from birds, rare Siberian crane have been also been recorded in the park.

The park covers an area of 29 sq km. Also, the entire park has well defined tracks which can easily be covered by foot or by a cycle. You can also hair rickshaw pullers who have been trained by the park management to provide guidance throughout the visit. Boats are also available on hire as trip through boat early in the morning or late evening is quite a satisfying experience. Also, do not forget to carry a binocular for watching the birds.

The park has always been one of the preferred destinations of tourists, who go for Delhi – Agra – Jaipur Golden Triangle tours as it begins from the state of Bharatpur, Rajasthan and lies in both Agra and Jaipur. Keoladeo National Park was created by one of the Maharajas of Bharatpur who got inspired by a visit to Britain. During the visit, Maharaja was invited for duck shooting by his royal hosts. When he came back to India, he created his own reserve for the same purpose.

Today, however, these days have gone and Government of India has banned the hunting of birds. In 1981, Keoladeo National Park was declared as one among the national parks of India. In 1985 UNESCO took this park in its list of “World Heritage Site”.

The park is full of biodiversity as it includes 50 species of fishes, 5 species of amphibian, 8 species of lizards, 13 species of snakes, 7 species of turtles, more than 230 species of birds and 27 species of mammals. The local administration of the park on request, arrange a movie "The birds of Indian Monsoon".

There are several ways to move around the park including by walk, on cycle, and through rickshaw as the park only covers an area of 29 sq kilometres which is not very large if compared with other national parks of India.


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