Tiger Land Safaris Tours

Duration:16 Days / 15 Nights
Destination: Delhi, Corbett, Ranthambhore, Bharatpur, Agra, Khajuraho, Bandhavgarh, Kanha, Mumbai.
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Tiger Land Safari Tours

Day 1 Delhi
Detail Itinerary : Arrive Delhi Arrival Delhi in the morning. A warm welcome to India. Transfer to a hotel in New Delhi. After a short break we embark on our first journey to discover India. Our introduction to India will be by a " Rickshaw" ride a mode of transport used in small towns and in Old Delhi.

We head for a guided city tour to the most interesting sights of the city that is the Red Fort a fort made of red sand stone which once housed the world famous PEACOCK throne and the Jama Masjid mosque. Overnight stay at the hotel.

2nd day : Delhi / Corbett National Park
Detail Itinerary : Drive to Corbet : The Corbett park is first national park of India established inthe year 1936 it was named Hailey National Park . In 1957 ,the park was rechristned as the Corbett National Park in the memory of Late Jim Corbett great naturalist ,eminent conservationist . It is 118 Kms. from Nainital via Kaladhungi and Ramnagar. Afternoon visit Jungle for game viewing. Evening walk escorted by our resident naturalist into the surrounding forest to observe the flora and fauna of the area. Back to camp/lodge by sundown for campfire and barbecue. Dinner and overnight at Camp / Lodge.

3rd day : Corbett National Park
Detail Itinerary : Full day Game viewing inside the jungle. This starts with early morning depart for the Durgadevi gate by jeeps. Meet the Elephants and their Mahouts and enter the tiger reserve through the Durgadevi Gate. This journey to corbett with wildlifetrip takes us through a stretch of about 15 Kms through the Ramganga valley to Lohachaur - an Old forest rest house built in the early 1900's. Enroute you shall pass through some excellent patches of fern laden moist sub tropical jungles and would encounter a variety of wildlife and birds. Have a lunch at Domunda - the confluence point of the Ramganga and Mandal rivers. Post lunch we move up the Mandal valley where we visit the 'Chunars' - a Hill tribe who carve pots out of wood. Arrive at Lohachaur byevening. Overnight at Camp / Lodge.

4th day : Corbett National Park
Detail Itinerary : We will take early morning Elephant safari along the Mandal River. Back to the lodge for breakfast. Drive to Domunda post breakfast drive to Ramganga River. The Ramganga River is famous for the Mighty Mahasheer - a great sport fish . Picnic lunch by the river. Post lunch join the Elephants for a dip in the river. After a refreshing cup of tea, ride the elephants back to the Lohachaur. Arrive at Lohachaur by evening.
Overnight at Camp / Lodge.

5th day : Corbett National Park
Detail Itinerary : Depart early morning upstream along the Mandal River towards Maidavan chowki. The Mandal River forms a part of the northern boundary of the tiger reserve. Breakfast enroute. Post breakfast travel. Goodbye to the Elephants, Mahouts, Naturalist and the rest of the team and depart for Delhi after breakfast.

6th day : Delhi / Ranthambhore
Detail Itinerary : Morning Transfer to Railway Station to Board the train for Swaimadhopur. On arrival Transfer to Ranthambore. Evening at Leisure. Overnight at Hotel.

7th day : Ranthambhore
Detail Itinerary : Morning and afternoon jungle excursions in the Ranthambhore Tiger Reserve. Ranthambore was among one of the very first sanctuaries to come under the aegis of Project Tiger and from a few dozens the number of tigers have increased to a little over a hundred. Now a national park, it has an area of over 400 square kilometers.

8th day : Ranthambhore / Keoladeo Ghana National Park (Bharatpur)
Detail Itinerary : Morning drive to Keoladeo National Park. Afternoon visit the park to see the nesting colonies of the birds.. Overnight at Hotel.

9th day : Keoladeo Ghana National Park (Bharatpur) / Agra
Detail Itinerary : Morning bird viewing. Later drive to Agra. Enroute visit Fatehpur Sikri. The imperial city of the Mughal dynasty between 1571 and 1584, Fatehpur Sikri was built by Mughal Emperor Akbar. Fatehpur Sikri is the most popular day excursion from Agra, the city of Taj and capital of invincible Mughals for a long time.

10th day : Agra / Jhansi / Khajuraho
Detail Itinerary : Morning Transfer to Railway Station to Board Shatabdi Express Train for Jhansi (3 hrs) on arrival Transfer to Khajuraho. Since the wildlife of India is inextricably woven into the fabric of religion, art, sculpture, and legends, the itineraries include cultural highlights such as visits to fascinating palaces like Khajuraho and it's ancient temples is an experience in itself. Overnight at Hotel.

11th day : Khajuraho / Bandhavgarh
Detail Itinerary : Morning visit Temples of Khajuraho, later drive to Bandhavgarh. Overnight at Hotel.

12th day : Bandhavgarh
Detail Itinerary : Full day Game Viewing inside the jungle.The density of the tiger population at Bandhavgarh is relatively high. The possibility of spotting Sloth Bear, Wild Boar, Leopard and Tiger is very good. The park is also densely populated with animals like the Chital (Spotted Deer), Sambhar, Barking Deer, Nilgai (Blue Bull), Chowsingha (Four Horned Antelope) and is rich in bird life. Overnight at Hotel.

13th day : Bandhavgarh / Kanha
Detail Itinerary : Morning Drive to Kanha National Park. Afternoon at Leisure.
Overnight at Hotel.

14th day : Bandhavgarh / Kanha
Detail Itinerary : Full day Game Viewing inside the jungle. At the start of a new season, Kanha is once again a meeting place, an intersection of wildlife and humankind. The name Kanha itself may be derived from kanhar, the local term for the clayey soil in the valley bottoms, or from Kanva, a holy man who once lived there in a forest village.
Overnight at Hotel.

15th day : Kanha / Nagpur / Mumbai
Detail Itinerary : Transfer to Airport in time to connect your flight to Mumbai.
Overnight at Hotel.

16th day : Departure Mumbai
Detail Itinerary : Transfer to International Airport in time to connect your onwards destination flight.

'Indian Wildlife' With 80 National Parks and 441 wildlife sanctuaries, Wildlife in India is nothing but a big retreat! Spot a Tiger in Corbett National Park