||Delhi | Agra | Bandhavgarh | Kanha | Tadoba | Mumbai|
Reaching Delhi our representative will meet you at the airport and to you explain on the way to your hotel certain basic etiquettes and provide you with an insight to cultural and social practices that will enhance the joy of your stay.
A guided tour of the Old and New Delhi. The day commences with a visit to Jama Masjid after which a rickshaw ride will take you to labyrinthine alleys of Chandni Chowk. Later in the day visit Humayun’s tomb, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Delhi - Agra
Leave by train for Agra, the erstwhile capital of Mughals. Situated by the Yamuna river regale yourself with the stories of chivalry as well as rivalry. Revel in the sunset view of the Taj Mahal from across the river at Metab Bagh.
Agra – Bandhavgarh National Park
Experience the sublimity of the Taj Mahal at sunrise – a varying kaleidoscope of solitude, colour and mood, followed by a visit to the impressive Agra Fort.In the evening board overnight train to Katni, nearest rail head to Bandhavgarh National Park.
Bandhavgarh National Park
Transfer from the railway station to your lodge in Bandhavgarh National Park – the former hunting reserve of the Maharaja. Nestled among the picture sque of Vindhya and Satpura Hills in the afternoon enjoy your first safari into the park.
Bandhavgarh National Park
Day centres around morning and evening safaris in the park. Drive into the dense Sal jungle combined with vast stretches of grasslands, which is spread over 32 hills. Along with wide variety of flora and fauna a Fort makes this into a journey into a bygone era.
Bandhavgarh National Park -Kanha National Park
Drive to the most scenic Kanha National Park of India. It is a large open meadow where chances of spotting wildlife, including tigers, are high. If time permits you may also take your first game drive in Kanha in the afternoon.
Kanha National Park
A day dedicated to the sightings and explorations. The morning and afternoon safaris into the park centres around increasing the chances of sighting the large variety of species inhabiting this domain some of them may turn out to be quite shy.
Kanha National Park -Tadoba National Park
A long day on the road. The drive to Tadoba Andhari Tiger Reserve, which counts as the one of India’s most exciting Tiger reserves, is itself alluring. The topography covered with dense, tropical, dry, deciduous forestand is largely made up of teak and bamboo.
Tadoba National Park
Leave for the sighting in the morning as well as afternoon. Although Tadoba known for its tigers, it is also home to a host of other animals, birdlife, reptiles and amphibians. Accompanied by the chirping birds life here moves at its own pace.
Tadoba National Park - Mumbai
Leave early for a scenic drive on the roads winding through plateaus and jungles for Nagpur airport. Connect to a flight for Mumbai from where you will catch your plane back home. The coming back to civilizations, for many, is an experience in itself.