Welcome to India! You will be received at Indira Gandhi International airport, New Delhi by one of our manager and soon after move to your hotel for overnight haul.
Early in the morning board your train to Sawai Madhopur. On arrival there you will be received and moved to Ranthambhore. Ranthambhore National Park is one of the main illustrations of Project Tiger’s preservation work in Rajasthan. Expand in across an area of some 1334 sq. kms, the park boasts an magnificent 10th century fort. Moreover, for the Bengal tiger, Ranthambhore is homeland to wild bear, nilgai, sambar deer and various species of birds. Tiger hunters are more regular in the morning or late afternoon. You will endeavor on four thrilling forest expeditions over days 3 and 4 in shared Jeeps or Canters. Overnight stay at Ranthambhore.
Subsequent to breakfast travel directly to Bharatpur – land of Ghana National Park. Ranked as one of the premium bird sanctuaries in the world, consists more than 350 species of birds. The peak season to visit this place is from October to late February when innumerable migrant birds like the rare Siberian crane can be seen. Throughout your trip, consider walking or hire a cycle-rickshaw. Overnight halt at Bharatpur.
Travel to Agra and seeing the sights of the Mughal capital of India. Visit the worldwide famous and peerless symbol of love – the Taj Mahal! Also visiting the impressive Agra fort, which possess some of India’s best Mughal buildings behind its fortified walls. Overnight on board.
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 multi-colored bird life. Expeditions are often showered with sightseeing. Take pleasure in enjoying four forest expeditions on days 8 and 9 by shared Jeeps or Canters. Overnight halt in Bandhavgarh National Park.
Move to Kanha National Park, situated in the state of Madhya Pradesh, the greatest of India’s wildlife reserves, measuring around 1940-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. On days 11 and 12 Safaris are undertaken in shared jeep/canters, with closer views of tiger sightings on elephant back. Overnight halt at Kanha National Park.
Today morning we enjoyed a further game drive, prior to the trip to Jabalpur to board the Gondwana express to Delhi. Overnight on board.
Early arrival at Delhi station, transfer and check-in at your hotel. Later, take pleasure in sightseeing tour of Old Delhi visiting the remarkable Red Fort, Jama Masjid mosque and the vibrant Chandni Chowk bazaar. This noon, get pleasure from a tour of New Delhi. Open and comparatively rationalized New Delhi was built as the royal capital of India by the British. Places of tourist attraction include the magnificent India Gate, Rajpath and busy Connaught Place. A visit is also made to Qutab Minar, a substantial tower built in the 11th century followed by a visit to a rug emporium. Overnight stay at New Delhi.
Move to International airport to catch your onward flight back home.