Award Winning Travel Program by CN Traveler and IVAT covering must see travel experience covering Delhi, Varanasi, Khajuraho, Agra, Jaipur and Udaipur in 10 Days.
Let's Go Wild in this Tiger Country! We are sure you wont like to miss the soul of India! The duration of time spent in each park has been planned so as to maximize your chances of game/ wildlife viewing. Wildlife safari drives in open jeeps along with elephantback rides in Kanha and Bandhavgarh help track tigers and other games. You are accompanied by our experienced naturalists and trackers who will share their indepth knowledge about the area to enrich your experience.
Now natural wealth of the Indian sub-continent has been increasingly recognised and begun to offer tourists, naturalists and researchers a fascinating alternative to African Wildlife . Housing one of the richest diversities of life forms on earth the Indian peninsula is a veritable Eden. One of the most memorable and beautiful pieces of the intricate Indian jigsaw and yet also one of its most threatened is the Royal Bengal Tiger. Once you have been fortunate enough to witness the power of a tiger in the wild silently padding through its natural territory of forests and tall grasses, you can really begin to appreciate the need to preserve its domain for future generations. Pench Wildlife Trips,Wildlife Trips IndiaUnder the expertise of Naturalist, who has lived in the wildernesses of Madyha Pradesh for numerous years, you start the safari in Pench National Park, before moving to Kanha National Park, famous for its Tigers, which today number over 70. Here we spend the next four nights enjoying this wilderness and searching for tigers and other wildlife and birdlife from the less crowded Mukti gate entrance. Next we make the long journey north to Bandavgarh, the third of the Project Tiger reserves, dominated by a striking hilltop plateau and home of the derelict fort owned by the Maharaja of Rewa. Here tigers and other wildlife, used to vehicles, abound and are regularly spotted from vehicles or on elephant back. Walks around the fort or in buffer zones and visits to sites of interest are taken between park visits.