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India Safari Discover Tigers



  • 01 Oct
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  • 13 Oct 2022
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  • 13 days


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  • Animals

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Bengal tigers are an enticing class-A predator that is also critically endangered. It's exhilarating to see one in the wild, which is why our complete safari includes three of India's greatest parks for this stripes cat. There are so many other species to see, but tigers are at the top of the list for this trip. The national parks of Pench, Kanha, and Bandhavgarh are brimming with wildlife and each has stuff unique to offer. All are perfect for predator and target sight, your chances of spotting the beautiful Bengal tiger are substantially enhanced.

Day 1

Arrival at Delhi airport.

Assistance upon arrival in Delhi airport by our airport representative and transfer to the hotel.

Day 2

Delhi - Nagpur by flight

You will be transferred to Delhi Domestic Airport this morning for your trip to Nagpur. It will take roughly 3 hours to travel from here to Pench National Park, where your safari thrills will begin.

Day 3


Pench National Park is named after the Pench River, which runs through the park from north to south. It is located in the lower southern portions of the Satpuda highlands. Small hills and a well-stocked Teak (Tectona Grandis) forest cover the undulating topography of Pench. Project Tiger includes many tiger reserves, including Pench. Aside from the tiger, there is a diverse range of other animals, including leopards, monkeys, deer, nilgai, and birds. The game drives, along with the landscape, will make for an interesting and thrilling day.

This day you will have a morning and evening jungle safari.

Day 4


This is the other day you will go to Pench National Park in the search of the tigers. You will enjoy morning and evening jungle safari on this day also.

Day 5

Pench - Kanha

You will drive to Kanha National Park in the morning after breakfast. Despite the short distance, the travel normally takes around four hours. When you arrive, you may unwind by the poolside.

Day 6


Kanha was established in 1974 and is commonly referred to be India's largest wildlife reserve. The height spans from 450m to 900m, with broad grasslands, plateaus, and spectacular granite escarpments offering a home to hundreds of species of wildlife. Although poaching has had an impact on the tiger population in recent years, the vast variety of animals makes game drives a remarkable experience. Kanha is a fictional Indian wildlife sanctuary with a Kiplingesque mood and seemingly limitless scenery.

This day you will have a morning and evening jungle safari.

Day 7


This is the other day you will go to Kanha National Park in the search of the tigers. You will enjoy morning and evening jungle safari on this day also.

Day 8

Kanha - Bandhavgarh

On this day, you will travel to Bandhavgarh National Park, stopping for refreshments along the way. Check into the hotel when you arrive at Bandhavgarh.

In the evening, you will unwind at the hotel and take in the ambiance of this beautiful place.

Day 9


Bandhavgarh is one of the smallest National Parks, covering just 437 square kilometers and boasting a beautiful cliff-top fort overlooking meadows, birch trees, and bamboo, which give protection for the abundant indigenous fauna. Bandhavgarh, like many other parks, is home to a diverse range of wildlife, including leopards, sloth bears, gaurs, sambars, chitals, jungle cats, wild pigs, and, of course, tigers.

This day you will have a morning and evening jungle safari.


Day 10


This is the other day you will go to Bandhavgarh National Park in the search of the tigers. You will enjoy morning and evening jungle safari on this day also.

Day 11

Bandhavgarh - Katni - Overnight train to Agra

You will travel to Katni Railway Station this morning; the journey will take roughly 3 hours. Along the route, you'll stop for refreshments, facilities, and any picture opportunities. You'll take the sleeper train to Agra this evening.

Day 12


You will be transferred to our hotel when you arrive in Agra in the morning. Of course, no journey to Agra would be complete without seeing the stunning Taj Mahal, which was erected by the Moghul Emperor Shah Jahan in remembrance of his beloved wife, Mumtaz Mahal, who died in 1631. The Taj Mahal is serenely gorgeous and never fails to astonish a first-time visitor; the white marble facade changes color depending on the location of the sun throughout the day, and the rich internal detail is matched. The towering Red Fort of Akbar, the third Moghul Emperor, is within striking distance, with its strong sandstone walls enclosing the exquisite white marble Pearl Mosque and palaces.

Day 13

Agra - Delhi

You'll leave early this morning for Delhi. When you reach Delhi, you will be transferred to the Delhi international airport to catch your aircraft back to your home country.