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Bandavgarh, Kanha, Jungle Book pursuing the Footsteps of Kipling

12 nights 13 days in India (Wild life Sanctuary of India)
  • Safari in 3 most famous wildlife sanctuaries of North India.
  • Best opportunities to spot the Royal Bengal Tiger at Bandavgarh.
  • Pink city Jaipur and Taj Mahal at Agra.

Season: October to May. Best Season: March ~ April.

Tour Type: Adventure. Accommodation: Jungle lodge and Neemrana Fort.
Transportation: Air Conditioned Vehicles. Safari: Two safaris per day.

Itinerary: D1. Arrive in Delhi D2. Delhi - Jabalpur (flight) ~ Kanha D3. Kanha D4. Kanha D5. Bandhavgarh D6. Bandhavgarh
D7. Bandhavgarh ~ Agra (night train) D8. Agra D9. Bharatpur D10. Ranthambore D11. Ranthambore D12. Jaipur D13. Jaipur ~ Delhi transfer to Airport D14. Flyout

This tour is designed for animal lovers. Immerse yourself in the flora and fauna of India and witness a massive array of the wildest wildlife you can imagine. Today India has more than 70 national parks and 330 sanctuaries, some occupying up to 3000 square kilometers of land. Your visit to 04 among all are equally famous for their native wildlife specialties.

Kanha Kipling's timeless favourite, 'The Jungle Book' is vividly set in Kanha National Park. This is one of India's largest reserves and is home to more than 100 tigers and numerous leopards, deer, antelope, Indian wild dogs and even some of the more rare deer such as the Barhasingha, or swamp deer. Kanha also protects a colorful array of birds, with more than 230 different species making this park their home.

Bandhavgargh is situated in the central region of India and is very famous for tiger sighting. It is said here that "only the unlucky can't see the tiger", unlike other national reserves where the tigers can be shy. There are also many other animals including leopards, sloth bears, Gaur (Indian bison) and various species of deer and antelope.

Ranthambore is one of India's smaller reserves but is also famous for its tiger sightings. It is likely you will see a tiger if you spend more than a night here. Today there are about 30 tigers as well as sloth bears, deer, antelope, blue bulls, birds and crocodiles.

Bharatpur is a paradise for bird lovers and is known as one of the world's finest bird parks. It used to be the hunting grounds of the Maharaja of Bharatpur, who historically set the record for shooting more than 4000 birds in just one day. Fortunately, this fact has not discouraged future bird generations from annually migrating to this special home. Today there are more than 360 species here including the rare Siberian Crane, Egrets, spoonbills, Indian Sarus Cranes, falcons and eagles.

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