You set out to encounter wilder Indian tiger trails in the heart of an untouched environment, outside of the major congested towns. Tigers may be found in 48 of India's wildlife reserves. These reserves exist to protect and conserve tigers. Some reserves, therefore, conduct safaris to watch them as well as other animal species.
You board a jeep for a day or half a day, armed with a camera. If you want to get a great photo of a tiger, you must be patient and know how to be calm!
At your hotel
Assistance upon your arrival in Delhi airport by our representative and transfer to the hotel.
The morning will transfer to the Delhi airport to catch a flight to Nagpur. Upon arrival, take a motor trip to Pench National Park.
Pench National Park, located on Madhya Pradesh's southern border, is ensconced in the lower southern portions of the Satpura Hills and is named after the Pench River, which flows north to south through the park. Pench was designated as the 19th Tiger Reserve in the "Tiger Project" in 1992.
The region is rich in streams and "nallahs," the majority of which are in season. Although the Pench River dries up by the end of April, there are a number of water basins known as 'dohs' that serve as water stations for animals.
Early morning you will get up for a jeep safari in the park (closed Wednesday afternoon). Return to the hotel for breakfast. In the afternoon, departure for the second jeep safari in the park. Overnight stay at the hotel.
Depart early in the morning for a Jeep safari. Breakfast will be served at the hotel. Then take a road trip to Kanha National Park.
Kanha National Park, located 160 kilometers south of Jabalpur, is one of India's biggest parks. Its sceneries, which range from salt woods (big trees from India that provide valuable wood) to forested meadows intersected by streams teeming with fish, inspired Rudyard Kipling, who set the scene for his "Jungle Book" there.
For the previous four decades, a strict strategy of fauna conservation has allowed for steady growth in animals. Check into the hotel upon arrival.
Early in the morning travel for a Jeep safari. Breakfast will be served at the hotel. In the afternoon, embark on a second jeep safari(closed Wednesday afternoon).
Depart early in the morning for a Jeep safari. Breakfast will be served at the hotel. Then go by road to Bandhavgarh.
This national park, located 197 kilometers northeast of Jabalpur in the state of Madhya Pradesh, lies off the beaten path. Despite its small size, it can boast of having the highest number of tigers and leopards. Its environment is delicate, and it is home to a diverse range of animals and birds. Vultures can find safe haven atop the walls of Fort Bandhavgarh (closed Wednesday afternoons).
Early morning travel to jeep safari. After the safari returns back to the hotel for breakfast. Departure for a second jeep excursion in the afternoon (closed Wednesday afternoon).
Alarming numbers of tigers were hunted down and nearly wiped off when the park was a private hunting reserve for the Maharajas of Rewa. Fortunately, in 1968, Bandhavgarh was designated as a National Park.
It now covers 448km2 and is home to a diverse flora, including salt, bamboo, and meadows, as well as a huge number of animals (hinds, deer, and predators such as tiger hyena, cat wild, and bear), not to mention India's greatest concentration of tigers (closed Wednesday afternoon).
Early morning travel for a jeep safari. Later return to the hotel for breakfast.
Follow the way to Khajuraho. The quiet town of Khajuraho is known for its stone-made Hindu temples, most of which date from the 10th and 11th centuries, and was erected under the Chandela dynasty. A tide of artistic creativity swept across the era, which lasted from 950 to 1050. Because of their exquisitely created sculptures, these temples are regarded as one of the gems of Indo-Aryan art. They depict scenes from ordinary life and mythology in the first millennium. The most well-known of his works are his sexual sculptures. Upon arrival check into the hotel.
The famed erotic temples, which represent some of the greatest examples of this style of construction in North India, are the subject of this morning's Khajuraho trip.
Then it's on to Orchha by road. Orchha is a wonderful and tranquil environment. Countless temple ruins rise on the horizon, monuments to an illustrious past. Built in 1531 as a powerful Rajput capital, it grew to become the most significant city in the region during the Bundela dynasty (16th and 17th centuries). The little settlement of Orchha, which is bathed in the Betwa, is now home to a collection of well-preserved temples and palaces. Its quiet and charming appeal will enchant you. Upon arrival check into the hotel.
This morning you will have a city tour of Orchha. You'll arrive on an island with three palaces: the Jehangir Mahal with its archaeological museum, the Raj Mahal with its exquisite paintings, and the Rav Praven Mahal with its hammam and camel stables, after crossing a bridge that spans the Betwa. Orchha's various temples originate from the 16th century, with the Ram Raja, Chaturbhuj, and Lakshmi Narayan temples being the most important.
Jhansi is reached via road. Transfer to the railway station upon arrival to board the train to Delhi. Upon arrival check into the hotel.
This morning you will transfer from the hotel to Delhi international airport to board the flight back home.
At your hotel
10 nights of accommodation in 3* hotels on a shared double room basis.
Daily breakfast except in Pench, Kanha, and Bandhavgarh which includes all meals.
All transfers, sightseeing, and ground transportation in an air-conditioned vehicle.
A professional English-speaking Indian tour escort will accompany you throughout the trip.
English-speaking naturalist guides will be available during safaris only in Pench, Kanha, and Bandhavgarh.
Monuments entrance fees for one visit only.
3 Jeep safaris (non-private) accompanied by an English-speaking naturalist guide in Pench National Park.
3 Jeep safaris (non-private) accompanied by an English-speaking naturalist guide in Kanha National Park.
3 Jeep safaris (non-private) accompanied by an English-speaking naturalist guide in Bandhavgarh National Park.
1 AC Chair Car class train ride from Jhansi to Delhi.
Current government applicable service tax.
International flight ticket.
Any food not mentioned.
Domestic flight Delhi to Nagpur.
Tips, any type of alcoholic beverages, Laundry, Travel insurance, medical emergencies, or any other expense not mentioned in the previous inclusions.
Any personal expense.
Any fixed camera or video fee.
Indian visa fees.
This cost is based on a minimum of a group of 08 passengers. If the number of passengers will increase or decrease then the cost will provide accordingly.
Check-in & out time at all envisaged properties is 1400 hrs & 1200 hrs respectively.
The check-in baggage allowed for all domestic flights is 15 KG and hand baggage is 07 KG. Excess baggage will be chargeable as per airline regulations.
Satellite phones and drone cameras are not allowed in India.
For air tickets, train tickets & Jungle safari booking, we required scan copies of passports on a top priority basis.
Christmas & New Year Eve mandatory room supplement and Gala Dinner will be applicable and will be decided closer to the travel date.
Please be careful about the dress code at religious places in India.