Wildlife Tour Packages
Temple & Tiger Trail in India
Places to See :
Delhi - Agra - Khajuraho - Bandhavgarh
- Kanha - Nagpur - Bombay
8 nights/9 days
Day 1 : Delhi
Arrival at the airport & transfer to the hotel. Overnight at hotel.
Day 2 : Delhi
Full day tour of Old Delhi & New Delhi. Overnight at the hotel.
3 : Delhi - Agra
Leave for Agra to visit the famous Taj Mahal & Agra Fort. Overnight at hotel.
Day 4 : Agra - Khajuraho
Transfer to the airport for flight to Khajuraho Arrive Khajuraho Upon arrival
met and transferred to hotel. Afternoon visit the temples. Visit the Eastern
group of temples which consists of 3 Hindu and 3 Jain temples, their proximity
attests to the religious tolerance of the times in general and of the Chandela
rulers in particular. Visit the most important and fascinating western group
of temples. The temples of Khajuraho have been declared a 'world heritage'
site by UNESCO in order to preserve the rich legacy of architecture, bequeathed
to future generations by the Kings of the Chandela dynasty. These temples
are famous for their intricate sculptures and erotic carvings that are one
of the outstanding achievements of Indian art. Overnight at hotel.
Day 5 : Khajuraho - Bandhavgarh
After breakfast drive to Bandhavgarh (210 kms) Upon arrival at Bandhavgarh
- check in hotel. Bandhavgarh National Park is situated in the Vindhya range
of hills which offers a good variety of cover from Bamboo forest to open grassland
and a wide range of animals including sambar, barking deer, chinkara, chowsingha,
gaur (the largest of the world's wild oxen), wild boar and leopard. Bandhavgarh
also holds a good population of tiger and is particularly noted for daylight
sightings. Overnight at hotel.
Day 6 : Bandhavgarh
Morning and afternoon spent at Bandhavgarh, with game viewing excursions in
the morning and afternoon by open jeep. Overnight at hotel.
Day 7 : Bandhavgarh - Kanha
breakfast drive to Kanha (212 kms/6 hrs) Upon arrival at Kanha - check in hotel
Kanha National Park - ideally situated in the sylvan surroundings of Satpura
Hill ranges, Kanha National Park has a core area of 940 sq. km. Tropical semi-evergreen
forests of this tract are quite rich in wild fauna which provide plentiful food
for carnivore as well as herbivore. Gaur are also common at Kanha, they inhabit
the dense under growth at higher elevation. Other mammals are the sloth bear,
wild boar, musk shrew, blue bull, sambar deer, palm squirrel and more than 150
species of birds. Lunch at the hotel. Late afternoon, game viewing in the sanctuary
by jeeps. Overnight at hotel.
Day 8 : Kanha - Nagpur - Bombay
Early morning game viewing in the sanctuary by jeeps. Return to hotel for
breakfast. After breakfast, drive to Nagpur airport (295kms/7 hrs) for flight
to Bombay Leave: Nagpur Arrive: Bombay Upon arrival assisted for international
flight for back home.
Day 9 : Bombay
Abroad Leave Bombay