We first recommend that you book the train tickets India directly online. This shall save you our ticket booking charges. Indian train reservation can be done here Indian Railways Website
But our experience has been that there are times, when tourists from outside India are unable to book directly the train tickets, and either they end up paying a high charge to a local travel agent or arrive in India without the confirmed train ticket.
If you arrive in India without a confirmed train ticket, then either of the following two can happen:
As tickets are sold out much in advance, the chances of not getting a train ticket is very high.
You can fall into the trap of the touts circulating in plenty of the railway stations who have extremely high powers of seducing you into buying either an expensive ticket or an expensive tour often in an a different direction than you had planned.
You can try your luck at the New Delhi railway station by visiting its tourist bureau office on the first floor of the main railway station building.
What are our service charges?
Rs. 350 per person per journey plus the cost of the ticket.
Most of the time this will be an E-ticket. Ticket shall be e-mailed to you.
However, there can be occasions when a paper ticket is made. Then, in the case of paper ticket where shall be additional delivery charge.
All this shall be informed to you beforehand.
The staff at this railway station tourist bureau is very helpful. But even they cannot help if the train is fully booked by the time you arrive in Delhi.
At the tourist bureau office you have to carry your passport. As far as we know, they accept most of the credit cards.
Why use our ticket booking service?
To book the train ticket, following information shall be required:
Corbett Safari Charges
Jeep safari charges:
Rs. 2150 per gypsy per safari + park entrance fee (Rs. 100 per person) for India Nationals
Rs. 2450 per gypsy per safari + park entrance fee (Rs. 450 per person) for Foreign Nationals
Elephnat ride: Rs. 3000 per elephant per ride
Kanha Park Season, Safari Timings and entry fee:
The park is open daily from 01 October to 30 June, although the management reserves the option to close earlier if the rains begin before the end of June. The opening hours are scheduled to accord roughly with the seasonal variations in the climate, as well as with the length of the day at difference seasons. There had been always a mid-day break and there used to be two safaris in a day, but since 2006 the park is open for the full day safari as well.
In practice “sunrise” and “sunset” are interpreted as “dawn” and “dusk” with vehicles being admitted at 06:30 a.m. , for example, if sunrise occurs at 06:50 . The attendants tend to be stricter about exit times, since darkness follows sunset quite rapidly at this latitude.
As of 2006 the entry fee and regulation are as follows
Park entry fee for Indian Citizens: Rs 25 Per Safari
Park entry fee for Foreigners: Rs 500 Per Safari
Entry fee for children below 5 years of age is free.
Permissible capacity of vehicles exclusive of driver and guide is as follows.
Jeep: 5 Persons
Minibus (Canter)- 15 Persons