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10 days Central India Tiger Trek Tour Safari to Bandhavgarh National Park & Kanha National Park.

This holiday is designed to maximise your chances of Tiger sightings by spending an extended period in one of India's more remote Tiger Reserves. We also have an abundant variety of birds and mammals to see on our tiger safaris. Tigers are very rare shy mammals and it is advanture to see them in their natural habitat.

You will be staying at The Krishna Jungle Resort situated just outside the main entrance to the Kanha National Park. We provide all our visitors a truly exciting and rewarding jungle experience, the Resort is in 6 acres of thick forest with its own pool and luxurious facilities.

Day 1

Arrive Delhi Check in Hotel. You are free till 1 P.M. next day, to enable you to sample some of Delhi's avian and historical sights, or to just relax and recover after your flight. Our Tour escort will help you & accompany you, typical birds of the city include Black Kite, Laughing and Spotted Doves, Ring-necked Parakeet, Little Swifts, Little Green Bee-eater, Black Drongo, and a variety of shrikes, mynas, bulbuls and babblers. The pretty little Five-striped Palm Squirrel may be seen everywhere.

Day 2

We leave Delhi for Umariya by Super Fast in 2nd AC Train.

Day 3

Reach Umariya early morning & drive to Bandhavgarh National Park (34 km) in AC car/coach. Evening game drive Bandhavgarh Tiger Reserve. Once part of the old Rewa state, Bandhavgarh National Park is set amidst the Vindhya ranges with a series of ridges running through it. Initially this park was the royal hunting ground for the rulers of Rewa. But in 1968 it was declared a National Park. The Bandhavgarh National Park is the plave where the famous white tigers of Rewa were discovered. Bandhavgarh National Park is densely populated with other animal species too. The sambar, barking deer and nilgai are also common sights in the open areas of the park. (Overnight at the resort)

Day 4

Morning evening game drive.

Day 5

Morning evening game drive Bandhavgarh Tiger Reserve. About half the park is covered with fine stands of sal, while mixed forests are found in the higher reaches of the hills. Stretches of bamboo and grasslands extend to the north. The main viewing area is still in the core of the Park with its 32 picturesque, wooded hills. An ancient fort up on a precipice, 800 metres high, dominates the Park. (Over night at the Resort)

Day 6

Leave Bandhavgarh Tiger Reserve early morning for Kanha National Park. Reach Kanha National Park by lunch time, check in to the Krishna Jungle Resort & get ready for the evening game drive. World renowned for its population of Tigers, Kanha National Park provides excellent opportunities for observing these magnificent animals in the wild on jeep drives and elephant back, while this lushly forested country is immediately familiar to readers of Rudyard Kipling, it has also recently been the site of extensive research on the ecology of tiger, deer, languor, Barasingha deer, guar and wild dogs. (Over night at the Resort).

Day 7

Morning evening game drive in Kanha game reserve. Spend the full day viewing game and spotting tigers inside the Jungle, located in the Mandla district of Madhya Pradesh, the Kanha National Park is a Tiger Reserve that extends over 1945 sq. km. of undulating country. Elevations range from 450 to 900 meters. A horseshoe shaped valley bounded by the spurs of the Mekal ridge gives Kanha National Park an interesting topography. The Surpan River meanders through Kanha National Park's central maidans - grasslands (Over night at the resort)

Day 8

Morning evening game drive in Kanha game reserve. It was here at Kanha National Park that the eminent zoologist George Schaller undertook the first ever-scientific study of the tiger. The animals at Kanha National Park are best observed from elephant back and the open country makes the chance of sightings reasonably good. Deer are seen along the maidans and gaur at Bamhindadr or in the Bishanpura Sondhar - Ghorella area of the Mukki range. This area is also ideal for spotting the dhole or wild dog. Langurs, wild boar, water fowl and birds are also commonly seen. (Over night at the resort)

Day 9

We must leave Kanha National Park behind and make an early morning start for Jabalpur en route visit Nerbudda Club to see the Original Snooker Tables. (The game of snooker was originated from Jabalpur Nerbudda Club) have Lunch at Hotel Krishna Jabalpur. Board Super Fast train at 3 P.M. (Packed Dinner will be served on train with mineral water)

Day 10

Reach Delhi by 11 a.m. Go straight to a good restaurant for lunch, after lunch drive to International Airport to catch a flight back to your destination.

Weather

  • Cool - from middle of October to end of February.
  • Hot - from middle of March to middle of June.
  • Wet - from middle of June to middle of October.

The temperature ranges from a maximum of 42 ° C in May and June, to around 4° C in winter

Clothing

Neutral khakis, greys and green clothes recommended.

Accessories

Camera, binoculars, sunglasses, and hats.

The Tour Includes

  • Stay & full day meals in Delhi. Kanha & Bandhavgarh is on full board Jungle plan.
  • Package includes all hotels
  • All meals
  • All entry fees, vehicles, game drives
  • Services of expert guide/naturalist
  • Elephant ride on Tiger sighting
  • Lecture on wildlife, daily bonfire
  • All transfers in AC car/coach. Train 2nd AC
  • All internal taxes
  • Transfers from and to Airports

 


Wildlife Photographs by: P.S. Lahiri.© 2005 Krishna Jungle Resort. All Rights Reserved.
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