Ranthambhore delivers the best tiger safari to date…..

Stephen Mills is a professional naturalist, wildlife researcher, acclaimed wildlife film-maker and author.  He is particularly known for his field work on tigers in India and Nepal and has been the BBC’s ‘tiger expert’ for many years.  We have been offering specialist safaris with Stephen Mills as the host naturalist since 1994.  He has just returned from taking guests to India to see tigers ….and they saw tigers almost every day and not just glimpses but really good sightings. 








They observed tigers in Ranthambhore and enjoyed –

35 tiger sightings – 19 different tigers in just one week.

They saw cubs and even witnessed a kill.  In addition they saw 16 mammal and 110 bird species.

All in all Stephen Mills rated it the best tiger trip to date.








We offered a safari that surpassed all others not only by the number of sightings but in the careful planning and day to day special arrangements that are currently only possible in Ranthambhore. 



The success of this trip will be repeated next March for just 6 guests

To join Stephen Mills for a tiger trip of a lifetime 

please register your interest now

+44 1825 714310      safari@spencerscott.co.uk

To make an enquiry please call or
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16 MAMMAL SPECIES including



Sloth Bear


Blue Bull



Spotted Deer

Rhesus Macaque

Common Langur

Grey Mongoose

Ruddy Mongoose

Indian Hare

Three-Striped Palm Squirrel

Tree Shrew

Tomb Bat


Photos – Jo Suter

110 BIRD SPECIES including

Grey Francolin  

Red Spurfowl

Painted Spurfowl


Bar-Headed Goose

Ruddy Shelduck

Common Teal

Fulvous-Breasted Woodpecker

Common Flameback

Coppersmith Barbet  


Common Kingfisher

Stork-Billed Kingfisher 

White-Throated Kingfisher

Green Bee-Eater

Greater (Large) Coucal

Alexandrine Parakeet

Rose-Ringed Parakeet

Plum-Headed Parakeet

House Swift

Indian Scops Owl

Brown Fish Owl

Spotted Owlet

Jungle Nightjar

Rock Pigeon

Laughing Dove

Spotted Dove

Collared Dove

Yellow-Footed Green Pigeon

White-Breasted Waterhen


Painted Sandgrouse

Common Snipe

Black-Tailed Godwit



Green Sandpiper

Wood Sandpiper

Common Sandpiper

Little Stint


Black-Winged Stilt

Great Thick-Knee

Stone Curlew

Little-Ringed Plover

Red-Wattled Lapwing

River Tern


Black Kite

Black-Shouldered Kite

Long-Billed Vulture

King (Red-Headed) Vulture

Crested Serpent-Eagle

Pallid Harrier


Oriental Honey Buzzard

White-Eyed Buzzard

Changeable Hawk Eagle


Little Cormorant

Indian Cormorant

Little Egret

Great Egret

Cattle Egret

Grey Heron

Purple Heron

Little Heron

Black-Headed Ibis


Painted Stork

Asian Openbill

Woolly-Necked Stork

Black Stork


House Crow

Large-Billed Crow

Black-Headed Oriole

Small Minivet

White-Browed Fantail

Black Drongo

White-Bellied Drongo

Paradise Flycatcher

Common Woodshrike

Black Redstart


Brahminy Starling (Myna)

Pied Starling

Common Myna

Great Tit

Sand Martin

Plain Martin

Barn Swallow

Red-Rumped Swallow

Red-Vented Bulbul.

Dusky warbler

Common Tailorbird


Jungle Babbler

Yellow-Eyed Babbler.

Ashy-Crowned Sparrow Lark

Rufous-Tailed Lark

Sykes’s Lark

Purple Sunbird

House Sparrow

Chestnut-Shouldered Petronia  

Grey Wagtail


Crested Bunting

Rock Bunting

White-Capped Bunting