Tiger Trail Tour

Day 1: New Delhi

Welcome to the capital city of India! You will be received at Indira Gandhi International airport, New Delhi by one of our manager and later shift to your hotel for overnight haul.

Day 2: Overnight train to Bandhavgarh National Park

By the noon time travel by an overnight train to Umaria - the closest railway station to Bandhavgarh National Park. Overnight travel by train.

Day 3: Bandhavgarh National Park

Reaching in early in the morning at Umaria, then a very small travel to Bandhavgarh where you will experience your first forest expedition. Bandhavgarh is situated in mid of the Vindhyan mountain ranges. Maintaining to have the thickest population density of Bengal tigers in India, twined with a home for leopard, nilgai, jackal, wild boar, sloth bear, gaur, sambar deer and colourful bird life. Expeditions are often showered with sightseeing.

Day 4: Bandhavgarh National Park

Both during morning and afternoon expedition to the park.

Day 5: Bandhavgarh National Park

Continuing Jungle Safaris in Morning and afternoon to the park in shared Jeeps or Canters.

Day 6: Kanha National Park

Move to Kanha National Park, situated in the state of Madhya Pradesh, the greatest of India's wildlife reserves, measuring around 940-sq km of deciduous forest, savannah grassland, hills and an extensive network of rivers and streams. The park has been part of the Indira Gandhi's Project Tiger, since the 1950's, and it is habitat to an estimated 200 tigers. Also present in the natural habitat is a variety of wildlife including leopard, chital, sambar, swamp deer, Indian bison, striped hyena, panther, antelope, Barasingha or swamp deer (plucked from near extinction in the 1960s) and of course, tiger. Safaris are undertaken in shared jeep/canters, with closer views of tiger sightings on elephant back.

Day 7: Kanha National Park

Continuing Jungle Safaris in Morning and afternoon to the park in shared Jeeps or Canters.

Day 8: Kanha National Park

Continuing Jungle Safaris in Morning and afternoon to the park in shared Jeeps or Canters.

Day 9: Kanha National Park to Jabalpur to Delhi

Today, experience a further game drive, before moving to Jabalpur to board the Gondwana 2nd class air-conditioned express northbound to Delhi. Overnight journey by train to Delhi.

Day 10: Old Delhi

Early in the morning arrival at Delhi station, further move down to check-in at your hotel. After freshening up enjoy a local sightseeing tour of Old Delhi includes the notable Red Fort - a ghostly sight of Mughal grandeur and the famous Jama Masjid - India's foremost and biggest mosque. Later on a drive to New Delhi that depicts a factual distinction to the over crowdedness of Old Delhi to unlock and comparatively rationalized and modern New Delhi which was shaped as the royal capital of India during the British regime. Place to visit include the splendid India Gate, Rajpath and lively Connaught Place. A visit to Qutab Minar is also being made, an enormous tower built to announce the arrival of Islam in India in the 11th century, and then visit a rug emporium. Overnight stay at New Delhi.

Day 11: New Delhi

At appropriate time move to International airport for an onward journey by flight back to home.

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