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  1. So we've been hashing out an itinerary for our 2nd trip to India and I'd appreciate any comments. (Our first trip last year was to Tadoba, Pench, Kanha, and Kaziranga.) We still have lots of time to make adjustments but in my eyes this is looking good. I can't really add any more days, we are pretty much at our limit of time once you add in the travel days from the US! The aim is 1) to return for more tigers; we really only had decent sightings of tiger in one park on our last trip (Tadoba) even though we visited three different tiger parks. So tigers and tiger photography is a priority. For that reason we have five nights in Ranthambhore utilizing their new permit system which allows for full day drives on three full days. 2) birding; we are pretty serious birders and bird photographers and so wanted to hit another, different area of India where we could pick up new species. 3) To see Asiatic Lion and hopefully some of the other species which would be life mammals such as Striped Hyena, Desert Fox, Indian Wolf, and Caracal (which has eluded us in Africa!) Its a lot of long drives, but we want to go to Bera for leopard as well as the magnificent looking landscape. The stop at Shapura is just to break up the long drive, but it looks like a lovely place to stay and may have time for some birding on the grounds. I hadn't realized everything in Gujarat was so far apart! Day 01 Arrive Delhi (Pride Plaza Aerocity) Day 02 Train Delhi to Bharaptur - (Afternoon Birding) (The Birders Inn- 2nights) Day 03 Bharaptur birding Day 04 Early morning birding, then train to Ranthambhore (Afternoon Game Drive) (The Ranthambhore Bagh-5 nights) Day 05 Ranthambhore (Full Day Game Drive) Day 06 Ranthambhore (Full Day Game Drive) Day 07 Ranthambhore (Full Day Game Drive) Day 08 Morning Game Drive, Later drive Ranthambhore to Shahpura (to break up drive to Bera) (200 kms/4 hrs drive); Evening birding around lodge (Shahpura Bagh 1 night) Day 09 Shahpura to Bera (260 kms/5 hrs drive) Afternoon Game Drive (Bera Safari Lodge 2 nights) Day 10 Bera (Morning & Afternoon Game Drives) Day 11 Bera (morning game drive) then drive to Little Rann of Kutch (275 kms/5-6 hrs drive) (Rann Riders 2 nights) Day 12 Little Rann of Kutch (Morning & Afternoon Game Drives) Day 13 Morning Game Drive at Little Rann of Kutch, Later drive to Gir (315 kms/6 hrs drive) (Lion Safari Camp 3 nights) Day 14 Gir (Dual morning & an Afternoon Game Drive) Day 15 Gir (dual morning & an Afternoon Game Drive) Day 16 Gir to Velavadar (220 kms/4-5 hrs drive) Afternoon Game Drive at Velavadar (Blackbuck Lodge 2 nights) Day 17 Velavadar (Morning & Afternoon Game Drives) Day 18 Morning Game Drive, Later drive Velavadar to Ahmedabad (150 kms/3 hrs drive) , Fly Delhi (Indigo 6E 162 at 1750/1935 hrs) & Departure Any thoughts appreciated, re: accommodations or otherwise!
  2. Some of the top sightings of the 22 Days Big Cats of India Feb trip. The success of the trip was incredible with 9 tigers, 8 leopards and 4 lions all together. Other than the big cats we saw tons of other wildlife as well, like jungle cats, deer, wild boar, gaur, antelope etc. The overwhelming success of the trip is very encouraging and we are already looking forward to the next departure: 5th Dec, 2017 http://overlandingindia.com/camping_browse_tours.php?pid=13&tour=22%20Days%20Big%20cats%20of%20India Asiatic lion - Gir national park Cob of mahaveer tigress - Kanha national park Umarpani male - Kanha national park One of the cubs of mahaveer female Leopard sitting on tree top Leopard - Bera More pictures will be posted soon.........

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