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Tiger Trails in India

15 Days / 14 Nights (Tour Code: PI-0351)
Mumbai-Nagpur-Kanha-Bandhavgarh-Khajuraho-Jhansi-Agra-Sawai Madhopur-Jaipur-Delhi

Day 1: Mumbai

Begin your trip right at the Mumbai Airport where you are accorded a traditional welcome to mark your arrival in this beautiful country. After check in and some rest at the hotel, gear up to explore the modern yet traditional beauty of Mumbai

where most of the historical buildings are a blend of Victorian, Gothic, Indo Saracenic, Art deco and contemporary architectural styles. In fact, most of them are remains of the bygone colonial era. Visit the famous <a class="PIInfosoft-placeName" onclick="openAttractionDescriptionPopup('en', 'GWI','BOM','IND','India');" data-target="#PopUp5" href="javascript:void(0)" data-toggle="modal">Gateway of India</a>, the unsurpassed architectural marvel of Taj Palace hotel, the ornate Flora Fountain and several other historic monuments that have been the silent witnesses of the transition of the city of Bombay into current metropolitan Mumbai.

Day 2: Mumbai - Nagpur

Board the morning flight to arrive into the city of Nagpur from where you shall be driving into the wilderness of Kanha National park (260 kms- 5.5 hrs.). Popular for being the inspiration of the Rudyard Kipling novel, “Jungle Book”, the park is home to the rare hard ground swamp deer in addition to the tigers that live

in the grassy meadows and lush bamboo forests of Kanha. The awe inspiring backdrop of Bamni Dadar magnifies the natural splendour of the area and is sure to give you goose bumps with its breath-taking beauty. Catching a tiger roaming freely is one of the best thrills you are sure to get while on a jungle safari in Kanha.

Day 3: Nagpur - Kanha

Transcend back into the time when the barefooted Mowgli padded along the dusty trails of Kanha in Rudyard Kipling’s Jungle Book with the day’s jungle safari. The thrilling ravines and lush sal and bamboo forests of the jungle make for a compelling home for a large number of Royal Bengal Tigers, sloth bear, leopards, Indian wild hogs and Barasinghas. Spend the day in the wilderness with an adventurous jungle safari among the wild habitants of the forest.

Day 4: Kanha

Today, the morning starts with a thrilling jungle safari in the Kanha woods. Therein get ready for a relaxing drive to the Bandhavgarh wildlife area. The day is spent in the morning safari as well as the drive itself. Located in Umaria district of Madhya Pradesh, the place is said to have the highest density of

tiger population in India. In fact, prior to becoming a national park, the place was maintained as a shikaragah or game reserve for Maharajas of Rewa where hunting was carried out by Maharajas and their guests.

Day 5: Kanha

Today, the day is all about exploring the wild of Bandhavgarh. The original home of the white tigers, Bandhavgarh has often been called as the best place in the world to view tigers. The place was named after the highest hill named Bandhavgarh located right in the centre of the same. Once the seat of Rewa rulers, the place degraded after independence of India and abolition of the

princely states. It was in 1965 when the place was declared a National park on the insistence of Maharaja Martand Singh of Rewa who could not stand the destruction of this forested area. Enjoy and explore the unique flora and fauna of the area with morning and afternoon safaris.

Day 6: Kanha - Bandhavgarh

After a thrilling wildlife safari in the morning, its time for a relaxing drive to the famous cultural destination of India- Khajuraho. Located in the Chattarpur District of Madhya Pradesh, the place is home to the largest group of medieval Jain and Hindu temples containing the famous erotic sculptures that are a modern proof of India’s Kamasutra past. Depicting the erotic desires, the place was built by the Chandela monarchs so as to give boys living in hermitages a start on the worldly desires. Also listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site as well as one of the seven wonders of India, the temples are home to erotic art outside the temples or near the deities. Overnight in an exciting Khajuraho hotel. Meals: B

Day 7: Bandhavgarh

Often referred to as the Kamasutra Temple, the erotic

carvings that swathe the temples of Khajuraho are often
counted amongst the best and the finest temple art in the
world. Built by Chandela rulers, this group of temples have
an architectural style quite unique and distinct from any
other found elsewhere in the country. In fact, unlike the
others having plain temple interiors, Khajuraho temples have
been richly decorated with sculptures with various deities
enshrining the place in wall niches. There are dancers,
musicians, attendants, maidens, lovemaking couples locked
in provocative postures and many other figures. In fact,
when counted, there are almost one hundred and fifty figures
depicted on one temple alone. Today, the sheer eroticism of
the temples are often termed as evidence of the enlightened
attitude of pre modern Indian culture in comparison to the
conservative modern culture. The visit is then followed by
transfers to the famous city of Agra via Jhansi by train.
Meals: B

Day 8: Bandhavgarh

Home to the famous <a class="PIInfosoft-placeName" onclick="openAttractionDescriptionPopup('en', 'A09','AGR','IND','India');" data-target="#PopUp5" href="javascript:void(0)" data-toggle="modal">Taj Mahal</a>, Agra was one of the premier cities of India under the last Lodhi sultan as well as the Mughal empire. Visit the stunning Agra Fort famous for its royal pavilions, grand courtyards and palaces that offer a fitting testimony of the Great Mughal Empire in the country. The city is also home to one of the world’s greatest monuments that embodies the true spirit of love- <a class="PIInfosoft-placeName" onclick="openAttractionDescriptionPopup('en', 'A09','AGR','IND','India');" data-target="#PopUp5" href="javascript:void(0)" data-toggle="modal">Taj Mahal</a>. No trip to the city is complete without a visit to these landmark monuments that make for the best of Indian history. There is also the abandoned city of <a class="PIInfosoft-placeName" onclick="openAttractionDescriptionPopup('en', 'A11','AGR','IND','India');" data-target="#PopUp5" href="javascript:void(0)" data-toggle="modal">Fatehpur Sikri</a> on the cards that conjure the mystery of India’s past with its glorious courtyards and majestic palaces. Built in 1569 by Emperor Akbar and later deserted due to the failure of its water supply system, the place is still a true historical city with all the trappings. Meals: B

Day 9: Bandhavgarh - Khajuraho

Breakfast is followed by drive to one of the most famous national parks of the country- Ranthambore National Park. Located in the Sawai Madhopur region of Rajasthan, the place was once the hunting grounds for the Maharajas of Jaipur. Famous for its tigers, the place is counted among one of the best places in the country to catch these majestic predators in action in their natural surroundings. A treat for every nature as well as wildlife lover, the place brings you up close and personal with a gamut of chirpy birds, verdant greenery and wild animals in addition to the priceless sighting of tigers roaming round freely.

Day 10: Khajuraho

Explore more of the former princely hunting grounds of Ranthambore which are considered to be one of the best places to see the majestic tigers. Sprawling over an undulating and varying landscape, the place has a kaleidoscope of sceneries ranging from sharp conical Aravali hills to gentle slopes of Vindhyas. Tigers are not the only attraction of this place. Several other attractions of the park that you will be exploring during your safaris include a tenth century fort located in the heart of the park, the great Boundary Fault where the Vindhyas meet the Aravallis as well as Rivers Banas and Chambal located on the two corners of the park. To add more to the wilderness of the place, there are marsh crocodiles, hyenas, jackals, ubiquitous langurs, bears, leopards and various other wildlife species.

Day 11: Khajuraho - Jhansi

This morning, after breakfast, depart for the ‘Pink City’ of Jaipur. Once in this historic city, head out for a sightseeing tour of the city. This capital city of Rajasthan has all the trappings of a modern day metropolis but still retains the age old charm that surprises the travellers with its historic flavour. Stunning forts and havelis lining up every lane and corner make the place a standing reminder of the lingering romance and chivalry of the bygone era. Overnight stay in the city.

Day 12: Jhansi - Agra

Head out for a visit to the honey coloured fortress of Amer Fort located in the Aravali Hills, north of the town centre. Built in a unique hybrid Hindu Muslim style, this massive fort complex was once the royal palace of Kachwahas dating back to the time of Raja Man Singh. Some of the memorable views of the place include the Sheesh Mahal that has thousands of mirror tiles adorning its tiles and ceiling. The majesticity of the place has the ability to grip the imagination of any seasoned traveler. Afternoon leaves you free to explore the colourful lanes of Jaipur and its bustling markets where you can get some ethnic jewelry and traditional handicrafts that the place is famous for.

Day 13: Agra

Breakfast is followed by departure to the capital city of Delhi that

offers a balanced mix of modernity and historic majesticity in
its walls. A relaxing 5-6 hour drive away from Jaipur, the city of
Delhi has wide lanes and world class high rise buildings jostling
for space with open gardens, bustling markets, narrow by lanes
and historic monuments that have been the witness of the
development of this city and the country in whole since age old
time. Overnight stay at hotel.

Day 14: Agra

The end of your adventure comes in the capital city of Delhi

wherein you get to experience both the modern as well as the old
age charm living together harmoniously. Explore this city with our full day sightseeing tour that will take you to some of the major tourist attractions of the city. There is the famous Jama Masjid, the historic <a class="PIInfosoft-placeName" onclick="openAttractionDescriptionPopup('en', 'A7M','DEL','IND','India');" data-target="#PopUp5" href="javascript:void(0)" data-toggle="modal">India Gate</a>, the religious Laxmi Narayan Temple, the seat of the government <a class="PIInfosoft-placeName" onclick="openAttractionDescriptionPopup('en', 'PTH','DEL','IND','India');" data-target="#PopUp5" href="javascript:void(0)" data-toggle="modal">Parliament House</a>, Humayun’s Tomb, <a class="PIInfosoft-placeName" onclick="openAttractionDescriptionPopup('en', 'RGH','DEL','IND','India');" data-target="#PopUp5" href="javascript:void(0)" data-toggle="modal">Raj Ghat</a> and other tourist destinations in the city. The city has something for everyone with historic temples, contemporary stops and religious temples in equal mix.

Day 15: Agra - Sawai Madhopur

Trip ends in Delhi with transfers to airport to board flight for

onward destination.

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