Bandhavgarh NP Holidays

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The grand entrance into Delhi's famous Red Fort

Day 1: Delhi

Welcome to India and the start of your amazing Indian Safari tour. Upon arrival into Delhi you will be met by our local representatives and transferred to your accommodation. Enjoy the rest of the evening at your leisure as tomorrow the adventure begins. Overnight Delhi.

India Gate

Day 2: Delhi - Agra

Enjoy breakfast at your hotel today. Later we navigate the roads of India as we drive to Agra and the home of the might Taj Mahal. This afternoon we will visit the Baby Taj and Agra Fort before view the main event the Taj Mahal at sunset. Overnight Agra.

Taj Mahal & camels

Day 3: Agra

Leaving Agra you will travel by train to Jhansi where you will meet our local representative were you will transfer by road the rest of the way to Panna. Here you will enjoy lunch before enjoy an afternoon boat ride on the rive Ken. Return to your lodge for dinner. Overnight Panna - Sarai at Toria

Day 4:

Today is a day of morning and afternoon game drives. Situated in the central Indian state of Madhya Pradesh at a distance of around 40 km from Khajuraho, Panna National Park is home to some of the best wildlife species in India. Offering a combination of teak and dry mixed forest interspersed with grassland areas, the park is renowned for its diverse wildlife including leopards, deer, antelope, langur monkey and sambar. Overnight Panna - Sarai at Toria

Day 5: - Bandhavgarh NP

Enjoy one last morning game drive in Panna National Park to find those elusive animals you missed out on yesterday before being transferred to Bandhavgarh. Enjoy dinner at your lodge before settling down for a good night sleep. Overnight Bandhavgarh.

A scratch post for tigers in Bandhavgarh National Park

Day 6: Bandhavgarh NP

Another exciting day of morning and afternoon game drives awaits you today. Bandhavgarh National Park was the former hunting preserve of the Maharaja of Rewa and at present is a famous natural hub for white tiger. Though there are flat grassy maidans in the south of the park, the park is predominantly comprised of undulating terrain interspersed with rocky ranges, grassy swamps and forested valleys. Bandhavgarh claims to have the highest density population of Bengal tiger in India; coupled with a population of elusive leopard, nilgai, jackal, hyena, wild boar, sloth bear, gaur and sambar deer, game drives are often peppered with sightings. Overnight Bandhavgarh

Bandhavgarh National Park

Day 7: Bandhavgarh NP - Kanha NP

After your morning game drive of the amazing park, your Indian safari adventure continues as you are transferred to your accommodation located in Kanha. Overnight Kanha.

Keeping watch

Day 8: Kanha NP

Continuing with tradition today is filled with morning and afternoon game drives through Kanha National Park. A setting for Rudyard Kipling’s Jungle Book collection of stories, Kanha National Park has an excellent variety of wildlife including tiger, chital (the staple diet of Kanha’s tigers), sambar, langur monkeys, gaur, nilgai, wild boar and Barasingha or swamp deer (plucked from near extinction in the 1960s). Although wildlife can be seen throughout the season, sightings increase during the hotter months of March and April, because the animals move out of the tree cover in search of water. Overnight Kanha.


Day 9: Kanha NP - Pench NP

After your morning game drive back into Kanha National park you will say good bye as you are transferred to your last national park in this safari adventure. Enjoy dinner at your lodge. Overnight Pench

Park transport

Day 10: Pench NP

Another day spent hunting for those elusive animals with both morning and afternoon game drives. Pench was said to be the inspiration and setting for Rudyard Kipling’s famous Jungle Book collection of stories. Declared a sanctuary in 1977, Pench was raised to the status of a National park in 1983. It later became part of the Project Tiger network of reserves. Pench hosts a population of tiger. The terrain is undulating, with most of the area covered by small hills and well-stocked teak mixed forest. Tigers, though for the greater part elusive, tend to inhabit the prey-rich belt by the Pench River, which meanders through the undulating terrain. Overnight Pench


Day 11: Pench NP - Delhi

This morning enjoy your final game drive be for returning to your lodge for breakfast and lunch. Later today you will drive to Nagput to board your flight back to Delhi. Arriving late in the evening you will be met by our local representatives and transferred to your hotel. Overnight Delhi.

The lofty Red Fort in Delhi

Day 12: Delhi

Today explore the sights and sounds Delhi. Delhi is a huge city and one of the oldest on the planet. Officially two separate cities, the old city of Delhi and New Delhi are really two parts of one sprawling metropolis. Old Delhi, with its predominantly Muslim population and Mughal architecture is comprised mostly of a labyrinth of tiny lanes crowded with rickshaws, and lined with run-down 17th-century havelis. New Delhi has been the capital city of the Republic of India since Independence and is home to many historic monuments. Largely planned and built by the British the central administrative area of the city was laid out as a testament to Britain's imperial pretensions. Overnight Delhi.

Raj Ghat

Day 13: Delhi

Sadly your time with us has come to an end as you are transferred to the airport for the last time as your board your flight to your next destination.

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last updated - 30 Sep 2014 2:10 AM