Indian Wildlife Tours

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Day 1 – Welcome to India

  1. You will touchdown at the Indira Gandhi International Airport, Delhi, and clear immigration.
  2. Once you exit, our driver, bearing a placard with your name, shall receive you and help you into the car.
  3. Once at the hotel, we ensure you receive a smooth check-in.
  4. Keeping your tediously long journey in mind, we will leave you to relax, get a peaceful sleep.

Day 2 – Enjoy the history of Delhi before heading to the oldest National Park, Jim Corbett (Road Trip – 250km, covered over a duration of 5 hrs)

  1. The morning starts at 7.30, with a scrumptious breakfast in the dining area.
  2. At 8.00 am, our driver will meet you in the lobby/porch to explore the rich history of one of the oldest capitals of the world, old Delhi.
  3. You will experience the brilliance of the Red Fort, the magnificence of India’s largest mosque, the Jama Masjid and the breathtaking view from the Qutub Minar.
  4. We break for lunch before embarking on the road trip to the land of the Tiger.
  5. Arrival at the hotel in Corbett would be in the evening, once again we make sure you have a smooth check-in.
  6. The evening would be spent exploring your surroundings within the hotel, followed by dinner and an early night.

Day 3 – The thrill of exploring India’s oldest National Park, Jim Corbett

  1. Crack of dawn, 6.00 hrs, you will head to the famous Jim Corbett National Park, where you will do a jeepsafari within the park.
  2. The Jim Corbett National Park is India’s pride as it was established in 1936 as Hailey National Park. It was here that the Tiger Project was launched in 1973. Spanning over 520 km2, it comprises of hills along with marshy depressions, riverine belts, grasslands and a large lake. Apart from a thriving population of tigers, there are also Elephants, four or five species of Deer, rare species of Otters and crocodile.
  3. After this thrilling trip, you will return to the hotel for a nice, invigorating shower and a much deserved breakfast. Post breakfast, you have the day to yourself till lunch at 14.30 hrs.
  4. Once you are done with lunch, you will head back to the Corbett National Park for the afternoon safari. In the evening, after the safari, you will return to the hotel for a scrumptious dinner and rest.

Day 4 – Good bye Corbett as you head to the Land of the Taj (Road trip of 400 km, covered in 8 hours)

  1. After a delicious breakfast, you will be checked out and on your way to the Land of the Taj, Agra.
  2. Once you arrive in Agra, you will be checked in efficiently and left to rejuvenate.
  3. Later in the evening, you can explore this great Mughal city.

Day 5 – Experience the captivating history of the Land of the Taj

  1. At 5.45 am, Rudyard Kipling’s words would ring true, “The Taj is the embodiment of all things pure”.
  2. The lighting at that early hour is perfect to awaken the photographer within you for the Taj Mahal’s beauty is mesmerizing.
  3. The Taj Mahal is the universal symbol of love as it was built by the Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan to commemorate his love for his Queen, Mumtaz Mahal. Ina pragmatic world, it is considered an architectural wonder keeping in mind the design and detailing on the Mughal marble monument.
  4. Once you have had your heart’s fill of the awe inspiring mausoleum, you would be taken back to a much deserved breakfast.
  5. After breakfast, you will visit the Agra Fort built on the banks of the Yamuna. It is said to be the home to the Mughals till they shifted their capital to Delhi. Initially, the red sandstone military structure was built by the Mughal Emperor Akbar, however his grandson, Shah Jahan, added marble palaces to this fort transforming it into an architectural marvel. Designed to keep the enemy away, the fortress is an existing ingenuity of the Mughals, it is a city within a city with large sprawling gardens, beautifully designed halls for public and private audience.
  6. Followed by a satiating lunch, to energize you after that walk down history.
  7. You can explore the old world charm in the lanes of the city before returning to the hotel for the much deserved sleep.

Day 6 – On to Keoladeo National Park, Bharatpur (Road trip of 60 km, covered in 1 hour)

  1. A hearty breakfast awaits you from 7.30 hrs.
  2. After that, around 10.00 hrs, you will be checked out and whisked away to Bharatpur to the famous avifauna sanctuary, Keoladeo Ghana National Park. It was formerly the hunting grounds for the royals of Bharatpur. The interesting feature about this Park is it is man
  3. The road trip would be 60 km which would be covered in an hour.
  4. In the evening, after the delightful safari in the Park, you will return to the hotel for a restful night.

Day 7 – The Avifauna Sanctuary – Keoladeo Ghana National Park

  1. After breakfast, around 9.00 hrs, you will return to Keoladeo National Park to enjoy the birds.
  2. The Park is spread over 29 km2, a third of which are wetland. The uplands are mostly savanna grasslands with a few trees and shrubs.
  3. Once you have enjoyed the diverse types of birds, you will return to the hotel for the night.

Day 8 – Bid farewell to the Land of Avifauna as you head to Ranthambore National Park (Road trip of 300 km, covered in 6 hours)

  1. At 7.30, breakfast awaits you in the dining area.
  2. At 8.00 hrs, your baggage would be loaded after your check-in.
  3. En route to the Ranthambore National Park, you will visit Fatehpur Sikri, Emperor Akbar’s capital for a while. This 15th century city was designed by Akbar in honour of the Sufi Saint Salim Chisti when he resided there. Fatehpur Sikri has many noteworthy monuments, mostly in red sandstone.
  4. After this trip back in time, you will break for lunch.
  5. Post lunch, closer to Ranthambore, you will visit one of India’s largest and deepest step wells, Chand Baori in the village of Abhaneri.
  6. You would reach in the evening hours, where after a comfortable check-in.
  7. Dinner could be early so you get ample rest before the early morning.

Day 9 – India’s alluring – Ranthambhore National Park

  1. Crack of dawn, 6.00 hrs, you will head to the famous Ranthambore National Park, where you can either join more guests on the canter or then opt for the more private jeep, to do the safari within the park.
  2. The Ranthambore National Park is one of its kind where you will see an ancient temple, the ruins of a majestic fort and nature enveloping these structures and claiming them for itself as time passes. It is also one of the renowned spots to see the Royal Bengal Tiger in its natural habitat. Apart from the tiger, these jungles also have a variety of birds, reptiles and other animals like deer, leopards, monkeys, etc.
  3. After this adventurous trip, you will return to the hotel for a nice, invigorating shower and a much deserved breakfast. Post breakfast, you have the day to yourself till lunch at 14.30 hrs.
  4. Once you are done with lunch, you will head back to the Ranthambore National Park for the afternoon safari. In the evening, after the safari, you will return to the hotel for a scrumptious dinner and rest.

Day 10 – Bid adieu to the captivating Ranthambore, you will head to the Pink City, Jaipur (Road trip of 200 km, covered in 4 hours)

  1. After a sumptuous breakfast, you will be checked out and on your way to the Pink City, Jaipur.
  2. This road trip is a distance of 200km, which would be covered in 4 hours.
  3. Once you reach Jaipur, you will be checked into your hotel where you can freshen up.
  4. After that, you would be taken to the famous Monkey Temple, Galta ji. It is a prehistoric holy pilgrimage place for the Hindus. The vast complex nestles in the Aravali and has several temples and ponds within it. It has also become home to monkeys who walk around in armies, unabashed. Next you will visit the beautiful Birla Temple, it is constructed in white marble and is dedicated to the Lord Narayan. The architecture is a blend of Rajasthani, South Indian and Utkala temple architecture.
  5. After this exhilarating trip, you will return to the hotel for the night.

Day 11 – Explore in and around Pink City

  1. At 7.30, you can head for the delicious breakfast awaiting you in the dining area.
  2. At 8.00, our team will meet you at the lobby/porch to whisk you away to the breathtaking Amber Fort, where the elephants await you.
  3. The Amber Fort has public halls and palaces within itself, with courtyard gardens.
  4. Once you are done exploring this ancient marvel, you would set off for a day long tour of the glorious Pink City. Jaipur was built by Maharaja Jai Singh and is said to be one of the first planned cities of the world. Your explorations would bring you to the famous Palace of Wind or the Hawa Mahal, the City Palace where even today, a part of the structure is the private area for the erstwhile ruling family of Jaipur and Jantar Mantar, the largest observatory in India is a fascinating place for science enthusiasts.
  5. The evening can be spent wandering the colourful market and the by
  6. Once you have had your heart’s fill, you can head back to the hotel and call it a day.

Day 12 - Sariska National Park (Road trip of 120 km, covered in 3 hrs)

  1. Once you are done with breakfast, around 10.00 hrs, you will be checked out to head to the fascinating Sariska National Park. It is located in Alwar district of Rajasthan and once was the hunting grounds for the royals of Alwar. In 1955, it was recognized as a wildlife reserve and in 1978, it became the Sariska Tiger Reserve. The topography of Sariska is different from the surrounding parks, it has scrub
  2. Once you arrive in Sariska, you will be checked in and have the remaining evening to enjoy your surroundings, have an early night to prep you for the morning after.

Day 13 - Sariska National Park

  1. An early morning start at 6.00 hrs, will set you off to the Sariska National Park for a morning safari.it covers an area of 866 sq. km and the area is divided into zones where the core area remains off limits. This Park faced a complete termination of the tigers due to poaching, however recently in a major governmental effort to save the tigers, three adults were re
  2. After the exciting, dusty morning, you will return to a hearty breakfast and a hot shower. The rest of the day is for you till lunch at (TIME), after which you will head back to the Park for the evening Safari.
  3. Once you are done, you will return to the hotel for dinner and rest.

Day 14 – Farewell Sariska, head back to Delhi

  1. Your last breakfast in Rajasthan awaits you at 7.30 hrs.
  2. Thereafter, our team will assure a smooth check out and soon you head to Delhi.
  3. On arrival in Delhi, our team will take you to the hotel so you can freshen up before the next adventure.
  4. On this last trip, you will be taken to the Grand Humayun’s tomb, the revered Raj Ghat (Gandhi’s Memorial), Lutyen’s Delhi – the Rashtrapati Bhawan, India Gate and Connaught Place.
  5. With these last captivating memories, you would return to the hotel for a restful sleep.

Day 15 – Head on with the awe stricken memories of the Indian Wildlife

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18 Night wild life Tours

Day 1 – Welcome to India

  1. You will touchdown at the Indira Gandhi International Airport, Delhi, and clear immigration.
  2. Once you exit, our driver, bearing a placard with your name, shall receive you and help you into the car.
  3. Once at the hotel, we ensure you receive a smooth check-in.
  4. Keeping your tediously long journey in mind, we will leave you to relax, get a peaceful sleep.

Day 2 – Enjoy the history of Delhi before heading to the Pink City, Jaipur (Road Trip – 250km, covered over a duration of 5 hrs)

  1. The morning starts at 7.30, with a scrumptious breakfast in the dining area.
  2. At 8.00 am, our driver will meet you in the lobby/porch to explore the rich history of one of the oldest capitals of the world, old Delhi.
  3. You will experience the brilliance of the Red Fort, the magnificence of India’s largest mosque, the Jama Masjid and the breathtaking view from the Qutub Minar.
  4. We break for lunch before embarking on the road trip to the Pink City, Jaipur.
  5. Arrival at the hotel in Jaipur would be in the evening, once again we make sure you have a smooth check-in.
  6. Once you are freshened, you will be taken to explore the timeless lanes of the Pink City and its hidden treasures.
  7. Once you are done, you can head back to the Hotel for a restful night.

Day 3 – Explore in and around Pink City

  1. At 7.30, you can head for the delicious breakfast awaiting you in the dining area.
  2. At 8.00, our team will meet you at the lobby/porch to whisk you away to the breathtaking Amber Fort, where the elephants await you.
  3. The Amber Fort has public halls and palaces within itself, with courtyard gardens.
  4. Once you are done exploring this ancient marvel, you would set off for a day long tour of the glorious Pink City. Jaipur was built by Maharaja Jai Singh and is said to be one of the first planned cities of the world. Your explorations would bring you to the famous Palace of Wind or the Hawa Mahal, the City Palace where even today, a part of the structure is the private area for the erstwhile ruling family of Jaipur and Jantar Mantar, the largest observatory in India is a fascinating place for science enthusiasts.
  5. The evening can be spent wandering the colourful market and the by
  6. Once you have had your heart’s fill, you can head back to the hotel and call it a day.

Day 4 – Bid farewell to the Pink City, as you head to Ranthambore National Park (Road trip of 200 km, covered in 4 hours)

  1. At 7.30, breakfast awaits you in the dining area.
  2. At 9.00 hrs, your baggage would be loaded after your check-in.
  3. Once you reach in the evening hours, where after a comfortable check-in.
  4. Dinner could be early so you get ample rest before the early morning.

Day 5 – India’s alluring – Ranthambhore National Park

  1. Crack of dawn, 6.00 hrs, you will head to the famous Ranthambore National Park, where you can either join more guests on the canter or then opt for the more private jeep, to do the safari within the park.
  2. The Ranthambore National Park is one of its kind where you will see an ancient temple, the ruins of a majestic fort and nature enveloping these structures and claiming them for itself as time passes. It is also one of the renowned spots to see the Royal Bengal Tiger in its natural habitat. Apart from the tiger, these jungles also have a variety of birds, reptiles and other animals like deer, leopards, monkeys, etc.
  3. After this adventurous trip, you will return to the hotel for a nice, invigorating shower and a much deserved breakfast. Post breakfast, you have the day to yourself till lunch at 14.30 hrs.
  4. Once you are done with lunch, you will head back to the Ranthambore National Park for the afternoon safari. In the evening, after the safari, you will return to the hotel for a scrumptious dinner and rest.

Day 6 – India’s enamouring – Ranthambhore National Park

  1. Crack of dawn, 6.00 hrs, you will head to the famous Ranthambore National Park, where you can either join more guests on the canter or then opt for the more private jeep, to do the safari within the park.
  2. The Ranthambore National Park is one of its kind where you will see an ancient temple, the ruins of a majestic fort and nature enveloping these structures and claiming them for itself as time passes. It is also one of the renowned spots to see the Royal Bengal Tiger in its natural habitat. Apart from the tiger, these jungles also have a variety of birds, reptiles and other animals like deer, leopards, monkeys, etc.
  3. After this adventurous trip, you will return to the hotel for a nice, invigorating shower and a much deserved breakfast. Post breakfast, you have the day to yourself till lunch at 14.30 hrs.
  4. Once you are done with lunch, you will head back to the Ranthambore National Park for the afternoon safari. In the evening, after the safari, you will return to the hotel for a scrumptious dinner and rest.

Day 7 – Bid farewell to the Land of Tigers as you head to Keoladeo National Park (Road trip of 260 km, covered in 5 hours)

  1. At 7.30, breakfast awaits you in the dining area.
  2. At 8.00 hrs, your baggage would be loaded after your check-in.
  3. En route to Keoladeo National Park, you will visit one of India’s largest and deepest step wells, Chand Baori in the village of Abhaneri.
  4. You would reach in the evening hours, where after a comfortable check-in.
  5. Dinner could be early so you get ample rest before the early morning.

Day 8 – On to Keoladeo National Park, Bharatpur (Road trip of 60 km, covered in 1 hour)

  1. A hearty breakfast awaits you from 7.30 hrs.
  2. After that, around 10.00 hrs, you will be checked out and whisked away to Bharatpur to the famous avifauna sanctuary, Keoladeo Ghana National Park. It was formerly the hunting grounds for the royals of Bharatpur. The interesting feature about this Park is it is man
  3. The road trip would be 60 km which would be covered in an hour.
  4. In the evening, after the delightful safari in the Park, you will return to the hotel for a restful night.

Day 9 – Bid Adieu to Keoladeo Park and head to the Land of the Taj (Agra) (Road Trip – 60 km, covered over a duration of 2 hrs)

  1. At 7.30, breakfast awaits you in the dining area.
  2. At 8.00 hrs, your baggage would be loaded after your check-in.
  3. En route to the Land of the Taj, you will Fatehpur Sikri, Emperor Akbar’s capital for a while. This 15th century city was designed by Akbar in honour of the Sufi Saint Salim Chisti when he resided there. Fatehpur Sikri has many noteworthy monuments, mostly in red sandstone.
  4. You would reach Agra in the evening hours, where after a comfortable check-in.
  5. Once you have had your heart’s fill, you can return to the hotel for the much needed sleep.

Day 10 – After the Taj, you head to Orchha, Madhya Pradesh (Road trip of 215 km, covered in 4 hours)

  1. After breakfast, you will be checked out and on your way to the exotic Orchha, in Madhya Pradesh.
  2. Orchha is the local language literally translates to the “hidden place”, which it seemingly is, lesser popular on the tourist map, makes this city and its ancient temples and palaces, alluring.
  3. Once you arrive in Orchha, you will be checked into your hotel and left to freshen up.
  4. Later you will go take a look at the brilliance this rustic city offers, like the Orchha Fort is built on an island citadel along the river Betwa. Then there is the famous Chaturbhuj temple which appears to be towering over the city itself. The Laxmi temple at the top of the hill offers the most scenic views.
  5. Once you have enjoyed this remarkable town and its many marvels, you can return to the hotel for the night.

Day 11 – So long Orchha, as you head on to the enigmatic Khajuraho (Road trip of 185 km, covered in 3½ hours)

  1. After breakfast, you will be on your way to the exotic Khajuraho, it is an ancient city dominated by temples which have lured hordes of tourists due to the beauty and the erotic nature of the depictions. The surviving 22 temples of 85, are part of the UNESCO World Heritage.
  2. Once you reach Khajuraho, you will be checked into your hotel to freshen up.
  3. Later you will be taken to tour the Western and the Eastern groups of temples. While the western group comprise of the Varaha Temple, the Lakshman Temple, the Vishwanath temple and the most famous among them, the Kandariya Mahadev Temple. These temples are said to be ancient in architecture and depiction of daily lives. They form part of the UNESCO.
  4. The eastern group of temples comprise of fairly newer temples like the Chaturbhuj temple, Dulhadev temple, Parshuram Temple and a few other Jain temples. This group doesn’t come under UNESCO, however the architecture is very similar to the western group.
  5. After this exhilarating trip around the town, you will return to the hotel for the night.

Day 12 – Onto the beautiful Bandhavgarh, the land of benevolence (Road trip of 250 km, covered in 5 hours)

  1. After a heartwarming breakfast, it is time to check out and head to one of India’s densest populated Tiger National Parks, Bandhavgarh. The Park is spread over 440 km and is smaller than most of the other wildlife reserves, however its topography makes it home to the most number of the elusive cat.
  2. Once you arrive in Bandhavgarh, you will be checked into your hotel and left to catch up on your rest.

Day 13 – The Tiger’s Haven - Bandhavgarh

  1. With an early start, 6.00 hrs, you will head to Bandhavgarh, once the hunting grounds for the Royal family of Rewa, today it is known to be home to the maximum number of Tigers while being the smallest of the wildlife parks. It was declared a National Park in 1968.
  2. The name Bandhavgarh has been derived from the most noticeable hillock in the region of Umaria. The white tigers too were said to be found only in this reserve, however in the past 50 years, no one has really spotted any in the wild. Bandhavgarh National Park lends its own style of excitement because while at most wildlife parks, you keep a watch out to spot the tiger. Here the tiger is known to grace you with its presence by walking on the main road itself. The Park is divided in three main zones – a. Tala Zone, b. Magdhi zone and c. Khitauli zone. The other animals found in this park are the Indian Bison, the Blue Bulls, Jackals and the endangered Hornbills.
  3. After this adventurous trip, you will return to the hotel for a nice, much awaited shower and a much deserved breakfast. Post breakfast, you have the day to yourself till lunch at (TIME) hrs.
  4. Once you are done with lunch, you will be back on your way to see what other excitement awaits you in the Bandhavgarh National Park
  5. After the thrilling safari, you will return to the hotel for a scrumptious dinner and rest.

Day 14 – The Tiger’s Haven - Bandhavgarh

  1. With an early start, 6.00 hrs, you will head to Bandhavgarh, once the hunting grounds for the Royal family of Rewa, today it is known to be home to the maximum number of Tigers while being the smallest of the wildlife parks. It was declared a National Park in 1968.
  2. The name Bandhavgarh has been derived from the most noticeable hillock in the region of Umaria. The white tigers too were said to be found only in this reserve, however in the past 50 years, no one has really spotted any in the wild. Bandhavgarh National Park lends its own style of excitement because while at most wildlife parks, you keep a watch out to spot the tiger. Here the tiger is known to grace you with its presence by walking on the main road itself. The Park is divided in three main zones – a. Tala Zone, b. Magdhi zone and c. Khitauli zone. The other animals found in this park are the Indian Bison, the Blue Bulls, Jackals and the endangered Hornbills.
  3. After this adventurous trip, you will return to the hotel for a nice, much awaited shower and a much deserved breakfast. Post breakfast, you have the day to yourself till lunch at (TIME) hrs.
  4. Once you are done with lunch, you will be back on your way to see what other excitement awaits you in the Bandhavgarh National Park
  5. After the thrilling safari, you will return to the hotel for a scrumptious dinner and rest.

Day 15 – Farewell beautiful Bandhavgarh, as you head to Kanha National Park (Road Trip of 220 km, covered in 5 hours)

  1. After breakfast, you will be checked out of the hotel and onto Kanha National Park. It is the biggest national park in Madhya Pradesh. The core area is 940 km and the surrounding buffer zone is 1067 km. Topographically it has the lush Sal, Bamboo forests, grassy meadows, numerous lakes, hills and ravines. In fact these jungles have been the inspiration for Kipling in his famous work, “Jungle Book”
  2. The road trip will be 220 km and covered in 5 hours.
  3. Once you arrive in Kanha, you will be checked into the hotel and left to rejuvenate.
  4. In the evening, you can explore your surroundings and opt for an early dinner.

Day 16 – The breathtaking Kanha National Park

  1. An early start, 6.00 hrs, you will head to Kanha National Park, Madhya Pradesh’s largest Park. It is home to a significant population of tigers, Indian leopards, sloth bear and Barasingha.
  2. After this wondrous safari, you will return to the hotel for a much awaited shower and a much deserved breakfast. After breakfast, you have the day to yourself till lunch at (TIME) hrs.
  3. Post lunch, you will be taken back for another safari to enjoy more that Kanha has to offer.
  4. After this thrilling trip, you will return to the hotel for a scrumptious dinner and rest.

Day 17 – The alluring Kanha National Park

  1. Another early start, 6.00 hrs, you will head back to Kanha National Park.
  2. After the excitement from the safari, you will return to the hotel for another much awaited shower and a much deserved breakfast. After breakfast, you have the day to yourself till lunch at (TIME) hrs.
  3. Post lunch, you will be taken back for yet another safari to enjoy more of Kanha and its humbling offerings.
  4. After that, you will return to the hotel for relaxation, followed by dinner and rest.

Day 18 – Good bye Kanha as you head to Jabalpur (Road trip of 170 km, covered in 4 hours)

  1. Breakfast awaits you from 7.30 onwards.
  2. Post breakfast, you will check out and head to the Jabalpur airport to board your flight to Delhi. The road trip is 170 km long which would be covered in 4 hours.
  3. On arrival at Delhi, our team member will meet you to assist you with the check in at your hotel and freshen up.
  4. On this last trip, you will be taken to the Grand Humayun’s tomb, the revered Raj Ghat (Gandhi’s Memorial), Lutyen’s Delhi – the Rashtrapati Bhawan, India Gate and Connaught Place.
  5. With these last captivating memories, you would return to the hotel for a restful sleep.

Day 19 - Bid Farewell to captivating India as you head back home

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Day 1 – Welcome to India

  1. You will touchdown at the Indira Gandhi International Airport, Delhi, and clear immigration.
  2. Once you exit, our driver, bearing a placard with your name, shall receive you and help you into the car.
  3. Once at the hotel, we ensure you receive a smooth check-in.
  4. Keeping your tediously long journey in mind, we will leave you to relax, get a peaceful sleep.

Day 2 – Enjoy the history of Delhi before heading to Sariska, in Alwar (Road Trip – 210km, covered over a duration of 4 hrs)

  1. The morning starts at 7.30, with a scrumptious breakfast in the dining area.
  2. At 8.00 am, our driver will meet you in the lobby/porch to explore the rich history of one of the oldest capitals of the world, old Delhi.
  3. You will experience the brilliance of the Red Fort, the magnificence of India’s largest mosque, the Jama Masjid and the breathtaking view from the Qutub Minar.
  4. We break for lunch before embarking on the road trip to Sariska. It is located in Alwar district of Rajasthan and once was the hunting grounds for the royals of Alwar. In 1955, it was recognized as a wildlife reserve and in 1978, it became the Sariska Tiger Reserve. The topography of Sariska is different from the surrounding parks, it has scrub
  5. Once you arrive in Sariska, you will be checked in and have the remaining evening to enjoy your surroundings, have an early night to prep you for the morning after.

Day 3 - Sariska National Park

  1. An early morning start at 6.00 hrs, will set you off to the Sariska National Park for a morning safari.it covers an area of 866 sq. km and the area is divided into zones where the core area remains off limits. This Park faced a complete termination of the tigers due to poaching, however recently in a major governmental effort to save the tigers, three adults were re
  2. After the exciting, dusty morning, you will return to a hearty breakfast and a hot shower. The rest of the day is for you till lunch at (TIME), after which you will head back to the Park for the evening Safari.
  3. Once you are done, you will return to the hotel for dinner and rest.

Day 4 – Bid farewell to Sariska, you will head to the Pink City, Jaipur (Road trip of 110 km, covered in 4 hours)

  1. After a sumptuous breakfast, you will be checked out and on your way to the Pink City, Jaipur.
  2. This road trip is a distance of 110km, which would be covered in 4 hours.
  3. Once you reach Jaipur, you will be checked into your hotel where you can freshen up.
  4. After that, you would be taken to the famous Monkey Temple, Galta ji. It is a prehistoric holy pilgrimage place for the Hindus. The vast complex nestles in the Aravali and has several temples and ponds within it. It has also become home to monkeys who walk around in armies, unabashed. Next you will visit the beautiful Birla Temple, it is constructed in white marble and is dedicated to the Lord Narayan. The architecture is a blend of Rajasthani, South Indian and Utkala temple architecture.
  5. After this exhilarating trip, you will return to the hotel for the night.

Day 5 – Explore in and around Pink City

  1. At 7.30, you can head for the delicious breakfast awaiting you in the dining area.
  2. At 8.00, our team will meet you at the lobby/porch to whisk you away to the breathtaking Amber Fort, where the elephants await you.
  3. The Amber Fort has public halls and palaces within itself, with courtyard gardens.
  4. Once you are done exploring this ancient marvel, you would set off for a day long tour of the glorious Pink City. Jaipur was built by Maharaja Jai Singh and is said to be one of the first planned cities of the world. Your explorations would bring you to the famous Palace of Wind or the Hawa Mahal, the City Palace where even today, a part of the structure is the private area for the erstwhile ruling family of Jaipur and Jantar Mantar, the largest observatory in India is a fascinating place for science enthusiasts.
  5. The evening can be spent wandering the colourful market and the by
  6. Once you have had your heart’s fill, you can head back to the hotel and call it a day.

Day 6 – Bid farewell to the Pink City, as you head to Ranthambore National Park (Road trip of 200 km, covered in 4 hours)

  1. At 7.30, breakfast awaits you in the dining area.
  2. At 9.00 hrs, your baggage would be loaded after your check-in.
  3. Once you reach in the evening hours, where after a comfortable check-in.
  4. Dinner could be early so you get ample rest before the early morning.

Day 7 – India’s alluring – Ranthambhore National Park

  1. Crack of dawn, 6.00 hrs, you will head to the famous Ranthambore National Park, where you can either join more guests on the canter or then opt for the more private jeep, to do the safari within the park.
  2. The Ranthambore National Park is one of its kind where you will see an ancient temple, the ruins of a majestic fort and nature enveloping these structures and claiming them for itself as time passes. It is also one of the renowned spots to see the Royal Bengal Tiger in its natural habitat. Apart from the tiger, these jungles also have a variety of birds, reptiles and other animals like deer, leopards, monkeys, etc.
  3. After this adventurous trip, you will return to the hotel for a nice, invigorating shower and a much deserved breakfast. Post breakfast, you have the day to yourself till lunch at 14.30 hrs.
  4. Once you are done with lunch, you will head back to the Ranthambore National Park for the afternoon safari. In the evening, after the safari, you will return to the hotel for a scrumptious dinner and rest.

Day 8 – Bid farewell to the Land of Tigers as you head to Keoladeo National Park (Road trip of 260 km, covered in 5 hours)

  1. At 7.30, breakfast awaits you in the dining area.
  2. At 8.00 hrs, your baggage would be loaded after your check-in.
  3. En route to Keoladeo National Park, you will visit one of India’s largest and deepest step wells, Chand Baori in the village of Abhaneri.
  4. You would reach in the evening hours, where after a comfortable check-in.
  5. Dinner could be early so you get ample rest before the early morning.

Day 9 – On to Keoladeo National Park, Bharatpur (Road trip of 60 km, covered in 1 hour)

  1. A hearty breakfast awaits you from 7.30 hrs.
  2. After that, around 10.00 hrs, you will be checked out and whisked away to Bharatpur to the famous avifauna sanctuary, Keoladeo Ghana National Park. It was formerly the hunting grounds for the royals of Bharatpur. The interesting feature about this Park is it is man
  3. The road trip would be 60 km which would be covered in an hour.
  4. In the evening, after the delightful safari in the Park, you will return to the hotel for a restful night.

Day 10 – Bid Adieu to Keoladeo Park and head to the Land of the Taj (Agra) (Road Trip – 60 km, covered over a duration of 2 hrs)

  1. At 7.30, breakfast awaits you in the dining area.
  2. At 8.00 hrs, your baggage would be loaded after your check-in.
  3. En route to the Land of the Taj, you will Fatehpur Sikri, Emperor Akbar’s capital for a while. This 15th century city was designed by Akbar in honour of the Sufi Saint Salim Chisti when he resided there. Fatehpur Sikri has many noteworthy monuments, mostly in red sandstone.
  4. You would reach Agra in the evening hours, where after a comfortable check-in.
  5. Once you have had your heart’s fill, you can return to the hotel for the much needed sleep.

Day 11 – After the Land of the Taj, you head to Orchha, Madhya Pradesh (Road trip of 215 km, covered in 4 hours)

  1. After breakfast, you will be checked out and on your way to the exotic Orchha, in Madhya Pradesh.
  2. Orchha is the local language literally translates to the “hidden place”, which it seemingly is, lesser popular on the tourist map, makes this city and its ancient temples and palaces, alluring.
  3. Once you arrive in Orchha, you will be checked into your hotel and left to freshen up.
  4. Later you will go take a look at the brilliance this rustic city offers, like the Orchha Fort is built on an island citadel along the river Betwa. Then there is the famous Chaturbhuj temple which appears to be towering over the city itself. The Laxmi temple at the top of the hill offers the most scenic views.
  5. Once you have enjoyed this remarkable town and its many marvels, you can return to the hotel for the night.

Day 12 – So long Orchha, as you head on to the enigmatic Khajuraho (Road trip of 185 km, covered in 3½ hours)

  1. After breakfast, you will be on your way to the exotic Khajuraho, it is an ancient city dominated by temples which have lured hordes of tourists due to the beauty and the erotic nature of the depictions. The surviving 22 temples of 85, are part of the UNESCO World Heritage.
  2. Once you reach Khajuraho, you will be checked into your hotel to freshen up.
  3. Later you will be taken to tour the Western and the Eastern groups of temples. While the western group comprise of the Varaha Temple, the Lakshman Temple, the Vishwanath temple and the most famous among them, the Kandariya Mahadev Temple. These temples are said to be ancient in architecture and depiction of daily lives. They form part of the UNESCO.
  4. The eastern group of temples comprise of fairly newer temples like the Chaturbhuj temple, Dulhadev temple, Parshuram Temple and a few other Jain temples. This group doesn’t come under UNESCO, however the architecture is very similar to the western group.
  5. After this exhilarating trip around the town, you will return to the hotel for the night.

Day 13 – Onto the beautiful Bandhavgarh, the land of benevolence (Road trip of 250 km, covered in 5 hours)

  1. After a heartwarming breakfast, it is time to check out and head to one of India’s densest populated Tiger National Parks, Bandhavgarh. The Park is spread over 440 km and is smaller than most of the other wildlife reserves, however its topography makes it home to the most number of the elusive cat.
  2. Once you arrive in Bandhavgarh, you will be checked into your hotel and left to catch up on your rest.

Day 14 – The Tiger’s Haven - Bandhavgarh

  1. With an early start, 6.00 hrs, you will head to Bandhavgarh, once the hunting grounds for the Royal family of Rewa, today it is known to be home to the maximum number of Tigers while being the smallest of the wildlife parks. It was declared a National Park in 1968.
  2. The name Bandhavgarh has been derived from the most noticeable hillock in the region of Umaria. The white tigers too were said to be found only in this reserve, however in the past 50 years, no one has really spotted any in the wild. Bandhavgarh National Park lends its own style of excitement because while at most wildlife parks, you keep a watch out to spot the tiger. Here the tiger is known to grace you with its presence by walking on the main road itself. The Park is divided in three main zones – a. Tala Zone, b. Magdhi zone and c. Khitauli zone. The other animals found in this park are the Indian Bison, the Blue Bulls, Jackals and the endangered Hornbills.
  3. After this adventurous trip, you will return to the hotel for a nice, much awaited shower and a much deserved breakfast. Post breakfast, you have the day to yourself till lunch at (TIME) hrs.
  4. Once you are done with lunch, you will be back on your way to see what other excitement awaits you in the Bandhavgarh National Park
  5. After the thrilling safari, you will return to the hotel for a scrumptious dinner and rest.

Day 15 – Farewell beautiful Bandhavgarh, as you head to Kanha National Park (Road Trip of 220 km, covered in 5 hours)

  1. After breakfast, you will be checked out of the hotel and onto Kanha National Park. It is the biggest national park in Madhya Pradesh. The core area is 940 km and the surrounding buffer zone is 1067 km. Topographically it has the lush Sal, Bamboo forests, grassy meadows, numerous lakes, hills and ravines. In fact these jungles have been the inspiration for Kipling in his famous work, “Jungle Book”
  2. The road trip will be 220 km and covered in 5 hours.
  3. Once you arrive in Kanha, you will be checked into the hotel and left to rejuvenate.
  4. In the evening, you can explore your surroundings and opt for an early dinner.

Day 16 – The breathtaking Kanha National Park

  1. An early start, 6.00 hrs, you will head to Kanha National Park, Madhya Pradesh’s largest Park. It is home to a significant population of tigers, Indian leopards, sloth bear and Barasingha.
  2. After this wondrous safari, you will return to the hotel for a much awaited shower and a much deserved breakfast. After breakfast, you have the day to yourself till lunch at (TIME) hrs.
  3. Post lunch, you will be taken back for another safari to enjoy more that Kanha has to offer.
  4. After this thrilling trip, you will return to the hotel for a scrumptious dinner and rest.

Day 17 – Good bye Kanha as you head on to Pench National Park (Road Trip of 200 km, covered in 4 hours)

  1. Post breakfast, you will be checked out and on your way to the picturesque Pench National Park.
  2. Pench is situated in the Seoni and Chhindwara districts of Madhya Pradesh and is named after the river Pench. The river flows north to south of the park diving it into two almost equal halves. It was declared a sanctuary in 1965 and given the status of a National Park in 1975. One can also enjoy rafting within the park.
  3. When you arrive in Pench, you will be checked into the hotel and left to unwind.

Day 18 – Picturesque Pench National Park

  1. An early start at 6.00 hrs and a thrilling safari into the Pench National Park.
  2. Pench is made up of 758 km2, of which 299 km2 forms the core area. Situated on the southern side of the Satpura range, the area is covered by smaller hills and lush teak forestation. These forests also have areas of bamboo, the white kulu trees and the famous mahua. While the tiger is the main attraction in the Park, the other animals that can be seen are the chital, the Indian bison, porcupines, fox and if you are lucky the jungle cat.
  3. After the excitement, you will return to the hotel for a hearty breakfast, a shower and time to yourself till lunch.
  4. Post lunch, you would head back to the park for yet another breathtaking safari.
  5. After that, you will return to the hotel to unwind, catch up on the day’s excitement and dinner.

Day 19 - Farewell Pench, on to Nagpur by car and on to Delhi

  1. Your sumptuous breakfast awaits you at 7.30 hrs. Thereafter, our team will assure a smooth check out and soon you head to the Nagpur airport to take your flight to Delhi.
  2. On arrival in Delhi, our team will meet you at the exit gate of the airport and take you to the hotel so you can freshen up before the next adventure.
  3. On this last trip, you will be taken to the Grand Humayun’s tomb, the revered Raj Ghat (Gandhi’s Memorial), Lutyen’s Delhi – the Rashtrapati Bhawan, India Gate and Connaught Place.
  4. With these last captivating memories, you would return to the hotel for a restful sleep.

Day 20 – Bid Farewell to captivating India as you head back home

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27 Nights wild life tours

Day 1 – Welcome to India

  1. You will touchdown at the Indira Gandhi International Airport, Delhi, and clear immigration.
  2. Once you exit, our driver, bearing a placard with your name, shall receive you and help you into the car.
  3. Once at the hotel, we ensure you receive a smooth check-in.
  4. Keeping your tediously long journey in mind, we will leave you to relax, get a peaceful sleep.

Day 2 – Enjoy the history of Delhi before heading to Sariska, in Alwar (Road Trip – 210km, covered over a duration of 4 hrs)

  1. The morning starts at 7.30, with a scrumptious breakfast in the dining area.
  2. At 8.00 am, our driver will meet you in the lobby/porch to explore the rich history of one of the oldest capitals of the world, old Delhi.
  3. You will experience the brilliance of the Red Fort, the magnificence of India’s largest mosque, the Jama Masjid and the breathtaking view from the Qutub Minar.
  4. We break for lunch before embarking on the road trip to Sariska. It is located in Alwar district of Rajasthan and once was the hunting grounds for the royals of Alwar. In 1955, it was recognized as a wildlife reserve and in 1978, it became the Sariska Tiger Reserve. The topography of Sariska is different from the surrounding parks, it has scrub
  5. Once you arrive in Sariska, you will be checked in and have the remaining evening to enjoy your surroundings, have an early night to prep you for the morning after.

Day 3 - Sariska National Park

  1. An early morning start at 6.00 hrs, will set you off to the Sariska National Park for a morning safari.it covers an area of 866 sq. km and the area is divided into zones where the core area remains off limits. This Park faced a complete termination of the tigers due to poaching, however recently in a major governmental effort to save the tigers, three adults were re
  2. After the exciting, dusty morning, you will return to a hearty breakfast and a hot shower. The rest of the day is for you till lunch at (TIME), after which you will head back to the Park for the evening Safari.
  3. Once you are done, you will return to the hotel for dinner and rest.

Day 4 – Bid farewell to Sariska, you will head to the Pink City, Jaipur (Road trip of 110 km, covered in 4 hours)

  1. After a sumptuous breakfast, you will be checked out and on your way to the Pink City, Jaipur.
  2. This road trip is a distance of 110km, which would be covered in 4 hours.
  3. Once you reach Jaipur, you will be checked into your hotel where you can freshen up.
  4. After that, you would be taken to the famous Monkey Temple, Galta ji. It is a prehistoric holy pilgrimage place for the Hindus. The vast complex nestles in the Aravali and has several temples and ponds within it. It has also become home to monkeys who walk around in armies, unabashed. Next you will visit the beautiful Birla Temple, it is constructed in white marble and is dedicated to the Lord Narayan. The architecture is a blend of Rajasthani, South Indian and Utkala temple architecture.
  5. After this exhilarating trip, you will return to the hotel for the night.

Day 5 – Explore in and around Pink City

  1. At 7.30, you can head for the delicious breakfast awaiting you in the dining area.
  2. At 8.00, our team will meet you at the lobby/porch to whisk you away to the breathtaking Amber Fort, where the elephants await you.
  3. The Amber Fort has public halls and palaces within itself, with courtyard gardens.
  4. Once you are done exploring this ancient marvel, you would set off for a day long tour of the glorious Pink City. Jaipur was built by Maharaja Jai Singh and is said to be one of the first planned cities of the world. Your explorations would bring you to the famous Palace of Wind or the Hawa Mahal, the City Palace where even today, a part of the structure is the private area for the erstwhile ruling family of Jaipur and Jantar Mantar, the largest observatory in India is a fascinating place for science enthusiasts.
  5. The evening can be spent wandering the colourful market and the by
  6. Once you have had your heart’s fill, you can head back to the hotel and call it a day.

Day 6 – Bid farewell to the Pink City, as you head to Ranthambore National Park (Road trip of 200 km, covered in 4 hours)

  1. At 7.30, breakfast awaits you in the dining area.
  2. At 9.00 hrs, your baggage would be loaded after your check-in.
  3. Once you reach in the evening hours, where after a comfortable check-in.
  4. Dinner could be early so you get ample rest before the early morning.

Day 7 – India’s alluring – Ranthambhore National Park

  1. Crack of dawn, 6.00 hrs, you will head to the famous Ranthambore National Park, where you can either join more guests on the canter or then opt for the more private jeep, to do the safari within the park.
  2. The Ranthambore National Park is one of its kind where you will see an ancient temple, the ruins of a majestic fort and nature enveloping these structures and claiming them for itself as time passes. It is also one of the renowned spots to see the Royal Bengal Tiger in its natural habitat. Apart from the tiger, these jungles also have a variety of birds, reptiles and other animals like deer, leopards, monkeys, etc.
  3. After this adventurous trip, you will return to the hotel for a nice, invigorating shower and a much deserved breakfast. Post breakfast, you have the day to yourself till lunch at 14.30 hrs.
  4. Once you are done with lunch, you will head back to the Ranthambore National Park for the afternoon safari. In the evening, after the safari, you will return to the hotel for a scrumptious dinner and rest.

Day 8 – Bid farewell to the Land of Tigers as you head to Keoladeo National Park (Road trip of 260 km, covered in 5 hours)

  1. At 7.30, breakfast awaits you in the dining area.
  2. At 8.00 hrs, your baggage would be loaded after your check-in.
  3. En route to Keoladeo National Park, you will visit one of India’s largest and deepest step wells, Chand Baori in the village of Abhaneri.
  4. You would reach in the evening hours, where after a comfortable check-in.
  5. Dinner could be early so you get ample rest before the early morning.

Day 9 – On to Keoladeo National Park, Bharatpur (Road trip of 60 km, covered in 1 hour)

  1. A hearty breakfast awaits you from 7.30 hrs.
  2. After that, around 10.00 hrs, you will be checked out and whisked away to Bharatpur to the famous avifauna sanctuary, Keoladeo Ghana National Park. It was formerly the hunting grounds for the royals of Bharatpur. The interesting feature about this Park is it is man
  3. The road trip would be 60 km which would be covered in an hour.
  4. In the evening, after the delightful safari in the Park, you will return to the hotel for a restful night.

Day 10 – Bid Adieu to Keoladeo Park and head to the Land of the Taj (Agra) (Road Trip – 60 km, covered over a duration of 2 hrs)

  1. At 7.30, breakfast awaits you in the dining area.
  2. At 8.00 hrs, your baggage would be loaded after your check-in.
  3. En route to the Land of the Taj, you will Fatehpur Sikri, Emperor Akbar’s capital for a while. This 15th century city was designed by Akbar in honour of the Sufi Saint Salim Chisti when he resided there. Fatehpur Sikri has many noteworthy monuments, mostly in red sandstone.
  4. You would reach Agra in the evening hours, where after a comfortable check-in.
  5. Once you have had your heart’s fill, you can return to the hotel for the much needed sleep.

Day 11 – After the Land of the Taj, you head to Orchha, Madhya Pradesh (Road trip of 215 km, covered in 4 hours)

  1. After breakfast, you will be checked out and on your way to the exotic Orchha, in Madhya Pradesh.
  2. Orchha is the local language literally translates to the “hidden place”, which it seemingly is, lesser popular on the tourist map, makes this city and its ancient temples and palaces, alluring.
  3. Once you arrive in Orchha, you will be checked into your hotel and left to freshen up.
  4. Later you will go take a look at the brilliance this rustic city offers, like the Orchha Fort is built on an island citadel along the river Betwa. Then there is the famous Chaturbhuj temple which appears to be towering over the city itself. The Laxmi temple at the top of the hill offers the most scenic views.
  5. Once you have enjoyed this remarkable town and its many marvels, you can return to the hotel for the night.

Day 12 – So long Orchha, as you head on to the enigmatic Khajuraho (Road trip of 185 km, covered in 3½ hours)

  1. After breakfast, you will be on your way to the exotic Khajuraho, it is an ancient city dominated by temples which have lured hordes of tourists due to the beauty and the erotic nature of the depictions. The surviving 22 temples of 85, are part of the UNESCO World Heritage.
  2. Once you reach Khajuraho, you will be checked into your hotel to freshen up.
  3. Later you will be taken to tour the Western and the Eastern groups of temples. While the western group comprise of the Varaha Temple, the Lakshman Temple, the Vishwanath temple and the most famous among them, the Kandariya Mahadev Temple. These temples are said to be ancient in architecture and depiction of daily lives. They form part of the UNESCO.
  4. The eastern group of temples comprise of fairly newer temples like the Chaturbhuj temple, Dulhadev temple, Parshuram Temple and a few other Jain temples. This group doesn’t come under UNESCO, however the architecture is very similar to the western group.
  5. After this exhilarating trip around the town, you will return to the hotel for the night.

Day 13 – Onto the beautiful Bandhavgarh, the land of benevolence (Road trip of 250 km, covered in 5 hours)

  1. After a heartwarming breakfast, it is time to check out and head to one of India’s densest populated Tiger National Parks, Bandhavgarh. The Park is spread over 440 km and is smaller than most of the other wildlife reserves, however its topography makes it home to the most number of the elusive cat.
  2. Once you arrive in Bandhavgarh, you will be checked into your hotel and left to catch up on your rest.

Day 14 – The Tiger’s Haven - Bandhavgarh

  1. With an early start, 6.00 hrs, you will head to Bandhavgarh, once the hunting grounds for the Royal family of Rewa, today it is known to be home to the maximum number of Tigers while being the smallest of the wildlife parks. It was declared a National Park in 1968.
  2. The name Bandhavgarh has been derived from the most noticeable hillock in the region of Umaria. The white tigers too were said to be found only in this reserve, however in the past 50 years, no one has really spotted any in the wild. Bandhavgarh National Park lends its own style of excitement because while at most wildlife parks, you keep a watch out to spot the tiger. Here the tiger is known to grace you with its presence by walking on the main road itself. The Park is divided in three main zones – a. Tala Zone, b. Magdhi zone and c. Khitauli zone. The other animals found in this park are the Indian Bison, the Blue Bulls, Jackals and the endangered Hornbills.
  3. After this adventurous trip, you will return to the hotel for a nice, much awaited shower and a much deserved breakfast. Post breakfast, you have the day to yourself till lunch at (TIME) hrs.
  4. Once you are done with lunch, you will be back on your way to see what other excitement awaits you in the Bandhavgarh National Park
  5. After the thrilling safari, you will return to the hotel for a scrumptious dinner and rest.

Day 15 – Farewell beautiful Bandhavgarh, as you head to Kanha National Park (Road Trip of 220 km, covered in 5 hours)

  1. After breakfast, you will be checked out of the hotel and onto Kanha National Park. It is the biggest national park in Madhya Pradesh. The core area is 940 km and the surrounding buffer zone is 1067 km. Topographically it has the lush Sal, Bamboo forests, grassy meadows, numerous lakes, hills and ravines. In fact these jungles have been the inspiration for Kipling in his famous work, “Jungle Book”
  2. The road trip will be 220 km and covered in 5 hours.
  3. Once you arrive in Kanha, you will be checked into the hotel and left to rejuvenate.
  4. In the evening, you can explore your surroundings and opt for an early dinner.

Day 16 – The breathtaking Kanha National Park

  1. An early start, 6.00 hrs, you will head to Kanha National Park, Madhya Pradesh’s largest Park. It is home to a significant population of tigers, Indian leopards, sloth bear and Barasingha.
  2. After this wondrous safari, you will return to the hotel for a much awaited shower and a much deserved breakfast. After breakfast, you have the day to yourself till lunch at (TIME) hrs.
  3. Post lunch, you will be taken back for another safari to enjoy more that Kanha has to offer.
  4. After this thrilling trip, you will return to the hotel for a scrumptious dinner and rest.

Day 17 – Good bye Kanha as you head on to Pench National Park (Road Trip of 200 km, covered in 4 hours)

  1. Post breakfast, you will be checked out and on your way to the picturesque Pench National Park.
  2. Pench is situated in the Seoni and Chhindwara districts of Madhya Pradesh and is named after the river Pench. The river flows north to south of the park diving it into two almost equal halves. It was declared a sanctuary in 1965 and given the status of a National Park in 1975. One can also enjoy rafting within the park.
  3. When you arrive in Pench, you will be checked into the hotel and left to unwind.

Day 18 – Picturesque Pench National Park

  1. An early start at 6.00 hrs and a thrilling safari into the Pench National Park.
  2. Pench is made up of 758 km2, of which 299 km2 forms the core area. Situated on the southern side of the Satpura range, the area is covered by smaller hills and lush teak forestation. These forests also have areas of bamboo, the white kulu trees and the famous mahua. While the tiger is the main attraction in the Park, the other animals that can be seen are the chital, the Indian bison, porcupines, fox and if you are lucky the jungle cat.
  3. After the excitement, you will return to the hotel for a hearty breakfast, a shower and time to yourself till lunch.
  4. Post lunch, you would head back to the park for yet another breathtaking safari.
  5. After that, you will return to the hotel to unwind, catch up on the day’s excitement and dinner.

Day 19 - Farewell Pench, on to Nagpur by car and on to Delhi

  1. Your sumptuous breakfast awaits you at 7.30 hrs. Thereafter, our team will assure a smooth check out and soon you head to the Nagpur airport to take your flight to Delhi.
  2. On arrival in Delhi, our team will meet you at the exit gate of the airport and take you to the hotel so you can freshen up before the next adventure.
  3. On this last trip, you will be taken to the Grand Humayun’s tomb, the revered Raj Ghat (Gandhi’s Memorial), Lutyen’s Delhi – the Rashtrapati Bhawan, India Gate and Connaught Place.
  4. With these last captivating memories, you would return to the hotel for a restful sleep.

Day 20 – Bid Farewell to captivating India as you head back home

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Day 1 – Welcome to Ahmedabad

  1. Once you arrive in Ahmedabad, our driver will meet you outside the exit gate.
  2. After which, you will be taken to check into your hotel and freshen up.
  3. Post freshening up, you will be taken the INDRODA NATURE PARK in Gandhinagar. It is spread over 400 hectares of area, with the river Sabarmati splitting the area into two parts, in the west is the Indroda Nature Park and the eastern part is called the Wilderness Park.
  4. In the evening, you will be taken to see the Kankaria Lake, the largest lake in the city which also presents a royal history of the city.
  5. After this enlightening trip, you will head back to the hotel for the night.

Day 2 – Ahmedabad

  1. Crack of dawn, at 5.00 hrs, you will depart for the Nal Sarovar, which is 65 km away from Ahmedabad. It is also the largest wetland bird sanctuary in the state. Being home to many migratory birds through the year, it attracts ornithologists from all over. Within the park, you will be taken around on boats that are owned by the locals.
  2. By 9.30 hrs, you will head back to the hotel for a sumptuous breakfast.
  3. Once you are ready to take a tour, you will be taken to see a few places of interest. Among the places of interest is Kochrab, Ashram, which was Gandhi’s first Ashram set up in the year 1915. It was the foundation to impart training in Satyagraha, self
  4. You will also be taken to see the famous Adalaj stepwell in a quiet village. The stepwell was built in 1499 by Rani Rudabai, the wife of a Vaghela Chief, Veersinh. It served as the watering hole for several pilgrims and caravans that moved along these trade routes. Followed by a visit to Sarkhej Roza, a mosque that has been an important center for Sufi Islam.
  5. After the exhilarating trip, you will return to the hotel for the night.

Day 3 – Velavadar – Blackbuck National Park

  1. Early morning, once you are done with breakfast, you will head to Velavadar Blackbuck National Park.
  2. On the way, you will visit Lothal, which was discovered in 1954. Thereafter the excavation work continued for 7 years when they uncovered the existence of a flourishing port city of the Indus civilization.
  3. After that you will head to the Velavador National Park, it is known for the Blackbucks. They can be seen in the element, leaping high into the air, running, feeding, etc. Other animals found here are the Nilgai, wolves, hyenas, and among birds, you will find pelicans, flamingoes, ducks, eagles, etc.
  4. Once you reach Velavador, you will be checked and left to unwind and prep for the next early morning.

Day 4 – Velavador – Blackbuck National Park

  1. Post breakfast, you have the day to yourself till lunch. After which you will return to the Velavador Park for another Safari. Sight more Blackbucks and Nilgai as they romp the Savannah grasslands, reminding you of the African safaris. Apart from Blackbucks, the park wetlands also host a large number of Sarus cranes while the dry lands have proven to be a major roosting ground for the Harriers.
  2. Once you are done with the safari, you will head back to the hotel for the night.

Day 5 – Onto Sasan Gir

  1. Once you are done with breakfast, you will check out and head to Sasan Gir. One of the reasons, India is flocked by visitors, it is the only park where one would see the Asiatic lions in the world. Situated close to Junagadh, the sanctuary covers about 500 miles of dry forest land where the lions can be seen roaming freely.
  2. Once you get to the hotel, you will be checked. After you are freshened up, you will head out to see the Kamleshwar dam, which falls inside the Gir National Park. It was initially constructed to create a reservoir, with a picturesque surrounding. You can spot many birds in and around it, additionally it’s said to host crocodiles.
  3. After this enlightening trip, you will return to the hotel for the night.

Day 6 – Sasan Gir

  1. Early breakfast and you are off for a safari in the teak dominated Gir forest. Your main attraction would be the Asiatic tigers, apart from them, you would be able to spot Sambar, Nilgai, Gazelle, the elusive Leopard and about 300 species of birds.
  2. Once you are done exploring the Gir, you can head back to the hotel for the night.

Day 7 – Jamnagar

  1. Once you are done with breakfast, you will be checked out and on your way to Jamnagar, a small 16th century pearl fishing town. Being based around the Lakhota Lake, it has evolved into an attraction for bird watchers.
  2. Once you reach, you will be checked in and towards the evening, you will be taken to the lake to spot the birds.
  3. Once you are done, you will return to the hotel for the night.

Day 8 – Jamnagar

  1. After an early breakfast, you will be on your way to Khijadiya Bird Sanctuary. It is located 15 km away from Jamnagar. The sweet water ponds and salty sea water from the Gulf of Kutch, make it ideal for various birds to breed.You will get to see the Purple Moorhen, Little Grebe, Egrets, and many others. There are bird watching towers within the sanctuary to enhance the experience.
  2. After this enriching trip, you will head to the Marine National Park. It is the only one of its kind in the country. You will wade in ankle high water, get to see different sea life like the Octopus, different species of crabs, corals, squid and more.
  3. After you are done with the excitement, you will head back to the hotel for the night.

Day 9 – Nakhatrana

  1. After a hearty breakfast, you will check out and head to Nakhatrana in Kutch, you will be checked into the hotel once you get there.
  2. After a delectable lunch, you will set off for the interesting Naliya Grass lands, you will get to see the Chinkara and the Spiny tailed Lizard, among other sightings.
  3. After Nakhatrana, you will head for Narayan Sarovar, post his trip, youwill head back tothe hotel for thenights.

Day 10 –Nakhatrana

  1. After an early breakfast, you will head to the white desert and visit the famous Banni grasslands. In the grasslands, you would sight the wolf, desert fox, desert cat. You will also be taken to the Banni village which is renowned for its handicrafts.
  2. In the evening you will return to the hotel for the night.

Day 11 – Little Rann of Kutch

  1. Once you are done with breakfast, you will be checked out and on your way to Little Rann of Kutch, which is a salt marsh located near the Great Rann of Kutch. While its unique landscape makes it ideal for wildlife, it is also considered the last refuge for the Indian wild ass and has been declared a Sanctuary for them.
  2. After the visit to the Little Rann, you will head back to the hotel for the night.

Day 12 – Little Rann of Kutch

  1. After an early breakfast, you will head back to the Little Rann of Kutch for a safari. Maybe spot more than the Indian wild ass, like the buzzard, lesser Kestrel, harrier and others.
  2. After that enthralling trip, you will head back to the hotel for the night.

Day 13 – Head back to Ahmedabad

  1. After breakfast, you head back to Ahmedabad, to head back home.
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