I am a wildlife enthusiast and in the pursuit of my tiger spotting, I have visited many wildlife sanctuaries and National Parks. I have visited the Ranthambore National Park too for two times within a year, one in the month of March this year and one in November last year. In both my trip to Ranthambore, I did two Jungle safari - one Canter safari in morning and one Jeep safari in the evening because I didn't want to take any chance. I had heard that two and three safaris in Ranthambore will maximize your chances of tiger sighting and most probably you will see the Majestic tigers. I got really lucky as I did see the Tigers in both my trip even I spotted a tiger family - one male tiger, one female tiger, and their three cubs. It was an amazing sight and I got goosebumps watching them. As per my personal experience, the sighting of this beautiful wild beast in the wild is pure luck as the Tigers are elusive and shy in nature. But, the best thing about the tigers of Ranthambore is they are diurnal in nature against the normal nature of tigers which is nocturnal behavior. That's why it is easy to get a sight of tigers in Ranthambore National Park than any other forest. Even it is said that if you can not get the sighting of tigers in three or four safaris in Ranthambore you are very unlucky as most tourists get the sight. If you are wildlife enthusiasts you should visit this amazing forest at least once to experience the view of the raw forest and majestic tigers.