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The king tiger – the largest cat of prey on earth and the mount of goddess Durga according Hindu mythology. Tigers are quite adaptable to different environments. In India they prefer mostly dry primeval forests, where the trees shed their leaves in the fall and grin anew in the spring. In the east of the country they live in swampy mangrove forests, which are called “Sundarbans”. And at the same time, the big cat feels at home in humid and evergreen tropical forests such as those on the Indonesian island of Sumatra. Tigers live even in the mountainous foothills of the Himalayas. Their footprints have been spotted in the snow up to almost 4000 meters high! Siberian tigers are also used to snow and ice and roam the coniferous and birch forests of the Russian taiga. Densely overgrown terrain is important for tigers, in which they can hide well and move about unobserved if possible. Other animals also have to live here that they can capture. And there must be enough water to be found, because water is essential for them to live.

 

What to Expect

 

After arriving in the capital Delhi, the journey begins in a southerly direction and with the first game drives in Ranthambore National Park. After a detour to the world-famous Taj Mahal in Agra and the imposing temples of Khajuraho, the journey leads to the famous and sparsely populated national parks such as Panna, Bandhavgarh, Kanha, Pench and Tadoba. 40 species of large mammals, numerous small mammals and more than 1100 species of birds make their home in their jungles, rain forests, savannahs, mountains, deserts and wetlands. In addition to the Indian elephant, gaur cattle, axis, sambar and barasingha deer, nilgai and blackbuck, leopards, sloth bears, crocodiles, golden jackals, Ganges gavials, langurs and rhesus monkeys, Indian wolves and red dogs and many other mammals live here the proud Bengal tigers, the kings of the jungle. Due to the black stripes in the reddish-brown fur, the animals are well camouflaged between trees and bushes – they go on the hunt unnoticed and almost silently. The Indian subcontinent is one of the most animal-rich areas on earth. Follow in the footsteps of the world’s largest cat of prey and be enchanted by the beauty of the Indian subcontinent. This tour is specially designed for tiger fans and nature lovers.

Departure & Return Location

John F.K. International Airport (Google Map)

Departure Time

3 Hours Before Flight Time

Price Includes

  • Air fares
  • 3 Nights Hotel Accomodation
  • Tour Guide
  • Entrance Fees
  • All transportation in destination location

Price Excludes

  • Guide Service Fee
  • Driver Service Fee
  • Any Private Expenses
  • Room Service Fees

Complementaries

  • Umbrella
  • Sunscreen
  • T-Shirt
  • Entrance Fees
What to Expect

After arriving in the capital Delhi, the journey begins in a southerly direction and with the first game drives in Ranthambore National Park. After a detour to the world-famous Taj Mahal in Agra and the imposing temples of Khajuraho, the journey leads to the famous and sparsely populated national parks such as Panna, Bandhavgarh, Kanha, Pench and Tadoba. 40 species of large mammals, numerous small mammals and more than 1100 species of birds make their home in their jungles, rain forests, savannahs, mountains, deserts and wetlands. In addition to the Indian elephant, gaur cattle, axis, sambar and barasingha deer, nilgai and blackbuck, leopards, sloth bears, crocodiles, golden jackals, Ganges gavials, langurs and rhesus monkeys, Indian wolves and red dogs and many other mammals live here the proud Bengal tigers, the kings of the jungle. Due to the black stripes in the reddish-brown fur, the animals are well camouflaged between trees and bushes – they go on the hunt unnoticed and almost silently. The Indian subcontinent is one of the most animal-rich areas on earth. Follow in the footsteps of the world’s largest cat of prey and be enchanted by the beauty of the Indian subcontinent. This tour is specially designed for tiger fans and nature lovers.

Itinerary

Day 1Arrival New Delhi

Upon your arrival in New Delhi International airport, you will be met by one of our representatives and transferred to hotel at the city center. Check in hotel, rest of the time free for get relax. Later you will visit the Delhi, which with around 18 million inhabitants is one of the largest metropolises in the world. You will unveil Delhi’s beauties – the grandiose Red Fort, the Jama Masjid (largest mosque in India), the Raj Ghat, with its tower spiraling high into the sky and a rickshaw ride through the alleys of the old town. Overnight at hotel.

Day 2Transfer to Ranthambore National Park

Early in the morning, take the train towards Ranthambore National Park. On arrival at Sawai Madhopur Railway, welcome by our representative and transfer to hotel. Take a trip to the park in the afternoon and visit Ranthambore Fort, which is in the middle of the park and has a beautiful view over the impressive parkland offers. This fort still shows clear traces today of past battles, thus documenting that the area was not in earlier centuries untouched natural paradise, but a hard-fought battlefield. in the fort also the possibility to visit a small Indian temple. Then get yours Hotel for the night. Overnight at hotel.

Day 3Ranthambore National Park (Morning & Afternoon Safari)

Today there are 2 extensive game drives on the program and the great chance to see the tiger and observe up close. The well-known tiger reserve is located in a hilly Landscape with partly steep cliffs. Except for a towering fortress there is ruins still hidden throughout the area that have been reclaimed by the wild. Next to the Tigers, some of which can be seen very well on the lake shore, are among the characteristic animals of the area sambar and axis deer, nilgai antelope, wild boar and langur. Marsh crocodiles are regular sightings, while lipped bears are seen occasionally. Overnight at hotel.

Day 4Ranthambore National Park (Morning & Afternoon park ride)

Today you will again enjoy the Game ride at Ranthambore National park, this is the most famous for sighting. Overnight at Ranthambore.

Day 5Drive to Agra via Fatehpur Sikri

After breakfast drive to Agra (approx. 250 km). On the way visit the Mughal city of Fatehpur Sikri, which was built in the 16th century. Built by Mughal Emperor Akbar, it was soon abandoned due to lack of water. Continue drive by the afternoon you will reach Agra. In the afternoon visit the UNESCO World Heritage Site Agra Fort (Red Fort), the former headquarters of the Mughal Empire. overnight stay in Agra.

Day 6Taj Mahal - Jhansi (Train) - Orchha

Every early in the morning during dawn visit the world famous Taj Mahal. The white marble tomb was built in 1630 by the great Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan in memory of his wife Mumtaz Mahal built. Later board train to Jhansi. Around 2pm you will be arrival at Jhansi, later drive to Orchha. Rest of the time visit Orchha, Jahagiri Mahal and another monuments & temples. Overnight at Orchha.

Day-7Orchha - Khajuraho - Panna N P

After breakfast drive to Khajuraho, visit the world famous Hindu and Jain (Western & Eastern) group temple. Continue drive to Panna National Park. Panna National Park is located in the relatively central state of Madhya Pradesh, 57 km from Khajuraho away. The region was primarily known for its diamond industry. But he is too one of the largest tiger reserves in the country. On arrival chek-in hotel or resort.

Day-8Panna Tiger Reserve (Morning & Afternoon Park Ride)

On two game drives you get a good insight into the wild life at Panna National Park. A few years ago, the entire Pannas tiger population fell victim to poachers. After the successful resettlement of one male from Pench and two females from Kanha, a total of thirteen tigers now live in this park. These successful measures by the park administration also have the chance of seeing these very special big cats increased again. With a luck, you can even see one of the impressive big cats. The park rangers know the best spots – the best chances are early in the morning when the animals come to the waterholes to quench their thirst. Even if they
dramatic events of recent years. For there are also leopards, wolves, Hyanas or Indian foxes in the thicket of the jungle. On the extensive grasslands and various mixed forests one also encounters axis deer, Indian gazelles, Sambar deer, lipped bears and rhesus monkeys. In the Ken River, the only source of water, which is home of numerous species of fish, snakes and reptiles, including the endangered gharial and the swamp crocodile. And bird lovers will also get their money’s worth. So more than 200 bird species can be seen in the national park, including the honey buzzard, bulbuls and king vultures. Overnight at Panna.

Day-9Panna National Park (Morning & Afternoon Park ride)

Today there are again 2 game drives (Morning & Afternoon) on the program. Overnight at Panna. Rest of the time free for take advantage of the Hotel facility. Overnight at Panna.

Day-10Panna N P - Bandhavgarh National Park (Afternoon Park Ride)

Breakfast at hotel, & drive to Bandhavgarh National Park (approx. 6-7h). Axis deer, nilgai deer live in the national park Antelope, wild boar, muntjac, jackal and wolf. The hilly landscape with its dense Bamboo and sal forests are ideal territory for the tiger. In the afternoon you start to a first game drive in the park. Overnight at hotel.

Day-11Bandhavgarh National Park (Morning & Afternoon Game Ride)

Drive to Bandhavgarh National Park (approx. 6-7h). Axis deer, nilgai deer live in the national park Antelope, wild boar, muntjac, jackal and wolf. The hilly landscape with its dense Bamboo and sal forests are ideal territory for the tiger. In the afternoon you start to a first game drive in the park. Overnight at hotel.

Day-12Bandhavgarh (Morning & Afternoon Park Ride)

Extensive morning and afternoon game drive in Bandhavgarh NP. By jeep or elephant back (optional) you are sure to see one or the other king of the jungle to get. Overnight at hotel.

Day-13Bandhavgarh National Park - Kanha National Park (safari optional)

After breakfast, continue to Kanha Tiger Park (approx. 240 km, approx. 5-6 h), whose Core zone counts among the most animal-rich areas of India. Not only tigers live here, but also leopards and lipped bears, gaur cattle, barasingha, axis and sambar deer, muntjacs, Nilgau, blackbuck and four-horned antelope, golden jackal, striped hyena, red dog and Hanuman langurs. There are also numerous bird species to discover. The afternoon stands at your disposal. Overnight at hotel.

Day-14Kanha National Park (Morning & Afternoon Park Ride)

A full day is available for extensive game viewing in the tiger reserve (2 game drives). The chance to meet one of the over 130 king tigers living here in the wild encounter is quite big. For a long time the tiger was the epitome of terror in Asia, he was persecuted, killed and also lost its habitat. If there were about 40,000 tigers left in 1930, theirs was Number decreased to 1,827 animals after the official inventory of 1972. Therefore started ‘Operation Tiger’, the largest wildlife conservation project ever undertaken in Asia. Over 20 protected areas have been declared special tiger reserves. At times the tiger rose In India there were more than 4,000 animals. Although he has been poaching for the last few years traditional Chinese medicine has fallen again. But royal tigers (with additional animals in Bangladesh, Nepal, Bhutan, Sikkim and western Burma) belong to the subspecies containing the has to show most animals. Overnight at hotel.

Day-15Kanha - Pench National Park (Morning Game Drive)

Another early morning game drive in Kanha NP. After breakfast, the transfer takes place to the approx. 5 hrs away Pench National Park. On the way you pass many small villages with their typical blue and white houses and the great colorful saris of the Indian women. That Life in the villages takes place at the fountain, there is no trace of the hustle and bustle of the big cities. After arrival and check-in at the hotel, the rest of the day is at leisure. overnight stay in Hotel.

Day-16Pench National Park (Morning & Afternoon Game Drive)

A full day is available for extensive game viewing in the park. Again the chance to meet a big cat in the wild is great. The vegetation is south tropical, usually deciduous forest. In addition to the Bengal tiger, there are also bears, Grouper deer sambhars, monkeys, wild boar, bear, deer and leopard. Overnight stay in Hotel.

Day-17Drive to the Tadoba National Park:

Today you drive to Tadoba National Park (approx. 3 hours). It is considered one of the best parks around observation of wild tigers and has been an absolute insider tip so far. The Tadoba National Park is in contrast to its neighboring parks Kanha and Pench still in its infancy – another one Reason to visit this park. In the afternoon visit a nearby tribal village, where you can get a glimpse of everyday Indian rural life and an arts centre for bamboo products. Overnight Lodge.

Day 18 & Day 19Game drives in Tadoba National Park (4x Safari)

The next two days are all about the tiger (2 game drives per day). There is practically a “tiger sighting guarantee”. But tiger experts know that Tadoba is famous for hunting. The park is approximately 626 sq km, and is predominantly covered with tropical forests (predominantly teak). Some lakes like Lake Irai are the Home to crocodiles, the hilly landscape is home to numerous game species such as tigers, leopards, bison and wild dogs. The reserve is popular with travellers mainly fir tiger safaris, however also popular for bird watching. Overnight Lodge.

Day-20Tadoba - Nagpur - Delhi (Flight)

After breakfast, transfer to Nagpur, about 70 km away, and flight back to Delhi (Estimated flight 12:45 arriving Delhi 14:25). Transfer to the hotel and the rest of the day is freely available. Overnight stay Hotel.

Day-21Departure from Delhi - return flight to home

Early morning transfer to the airport and return flight to home.

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