This is a true India safari. It includes three of the most well-known and game rich national parks in the country giving you an excellent chance to see not only Bengal Tigers but a wealth of other wildlife. Your first stop after an overnight in New Delhi is Kanha National Park which is said to have inspired Rudyard Kipling’s The Jungle Book. Bengal tigers are not the only sight to be seen; peacocks, gaurs, sloth bears and the hard-ground barasingha, an endangered species of deer, area all found in Kanha. You continue on to Bandhavgarh, a park renowned for the highest density of tigers in the region as well as sloth bears, deer, leopards and jackals. You will also spend one night in Panna, the last of the three tiger reserves in Madhya Pradesh before two final nights in Agra to see the Taj Mahal. Throughout your trip experience you will stay at luxurious camps that embody the spirit and style of an African safari.
- 1 Night - Hyatt Regency Delhi - New Delhi
- 3 Nights - Banjaar Tola Safari Lodge - Kanha National Park
- 3 Nights - Mahua Kothi Jungle Lodge - Bandhavgarh National Park
- 1 Night - Pashan Garh Wilderness Lodge - Panna National Park
- 2 Nights - The Oberoi Amarvilas - Agra
Starting at $9700 per person sharing. Price noted is per person and varies seasonally. For details see the full itinerary at the link below.
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