Ranthambore National Park in Rajasthan will now allow full-day wildlife safaris. While the regular three-hour-long safaris will continue, the full-day option will allow visitors to go into areas beyond the prescribed routes. According to latest reports, only five vehicles, carrying a total of 25 tourists and accompanied by guides, will be allowed each day. Foreigners will be charged Rs 8,000 per head or Rs 40,000 per vehicle (maximum five people) and Indians will be charged Rs 6,000 per head or Rs 30,000 per vehicle (maximum five people). Charges for the three-hour ride are Rs 1,467 per head for foreigners and Rs 727 per head for Indians. Ranthambore remains open between October and June.

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