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Overland Expeditions India posted a topic in Lodge, camp and operator news20 Days Central Indian tour http://www.overlandingindia.com/accommodated_browse_tours.php?pid=12&tour=Central Indian tour TRIP FACTS Prices from: INR. 350,000 + 5% GST per person (On twin share accommodation basis) Single supplement : INR 140,000 + 5% GST per person Accommodation: Hotels / Jungle Resorts Max. Participants: No limit Min. Participants: 2 No. Of crew: 1 Vehicle type: Comfortable Transfer Vehicle Duration: Days-20, Nights-19 Meals: Breakfast X 19, Lunch X 19, Dinner X 19 Departure: Delhi End: Delhi Departure date: 5th May (Guaranteed departure) Highlights of the trip Kamasutra temples of Khajuraho Leopards in Panna Tigers of Bandhavgarh, Kanha &Pench Birdwatching in Kanha Wild dogs of Pench Baiga tribes of Central India Places to visit Delhi Khajuraho Panna Bandhavgarh Kanha Pench Itinerary of the trip Day 1: Delhi You will be picked up from the Delhi Airport/railway station. Accommodation will be in a comfortable hotel. A short trip meeting at 18:00 hrs. Day 2 – 3: Temple town of Khajuraho After breakfast on the 2nd day, we will take our flight to Khajuraho. Accommodation will be in a comfortable hotel. Aptly declared a World Heritage Site, this place will take you back in time. Taking the historical importance of Khajuraho in account, we will devote one full day completely to the exploration of what it has to offer. Eastern and Western group of temples have an extremely detailed architecture and will keep us busy the whole day. Day 4 – 6: Panna tiger reserve We will drive to Panna tiger reserve. Accommodation will be in a comfortable resort. Panna once was famous for some of the biggest royal Bengal tigers ever recorded. But they were hunted to extinction by the end of 2008. In 2009 tigers were reintroduced in Panna and since then the park has not looked back. It has a healthy predator population. Its lifeline is the River Ken flowing through the park. The river is home to gavials and mugger crocs along with numerous birds. On day 4 we will go for a boat cruise on river Ken. On days 5 and 6 we have both morning and evening safaris planned here. Day 7 – 10: Bandhavgarh National Park Drive to Bandhavgarh National Park. Accommodation will be in a comfortable resort. Bandhavgarh has been the pioneer to wildlife tourism in India. It is great place to look for tigers. It is predominantly sal forest with scattered bamboo grooves. On days 8,9 and 10 we have both morning and evening safaris planned here. Day 11 – 14: Kanha National Park Drive to Kanha National Park. Accommodation will be in a comfortable resort. Kanha is one of the most beautiful parks in India. The beauty of the lush green sal forest and open meadows is unmatched. It is also home to a lot of big cats. Both tigers and leopards are in good numbers here. It is also home to an endemic species of deer named the hard ground barasingha. Kanha is a birdwatchers paradise aswell. On days 12, 13 and 14 we have both morning and evening safaris planned here. Day 15 – 18: Pench National Park Drive to Pench National Park. Accommodation will be in a comfortable resort. Pench is well known as Rudyard Kiplings inspiration. It is home to a good population of tigers and provides us one of the best opportunities to get upclose to one. It is also home to leopards, wild dogs, gaurs, deer and around 350 species of birds. On days 16, 17 and 18 we have both morning and evening safaris planned here. Day 19 – 20: Delhi On the 19th day after breakfast we will drive to Nagpur airport for our flight to Delhi. We have an overnight stay here. Next day after breakfast, we will drop you at the airport where the trip ends. What's includes and excludes Meals 3 Meals a day – Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner Accommodation Twin sharing for hotels, hostels, resorts and homestays Single sharing for hotels, hostels, resorts and homestays (only if extra single supplement charge paid) Includes Fully equipped transfer & safari vehicle Accommodation as specified All road tolls and vehicle taxes All ground transportation Domestic flights if required in the itinerary Meals as indicated Services of two crew Excludes Visas International flights Travel insurance Airport transfers Sleeping bag Sleeping mats Optional activities Drinks, tips For enquiry http://www.overlandingindia.com/accommodated_browse_tours.php?pid=12&tour=Central Indian tour
Hello everyone, Jim Corbett National Park is a national park with maximum number of Tigers in India. Yes, 210 Tigers and counting. If you are into photography then you will love shooting over 550 species of birds, some amazing landscapes, Tigers, Elephants and what not. Yes, when it comes to Tiger sightings it might not be rubbing shoulders with likes of Bandhavgarh, Tadoba, or Kanha, but the sheer beauty of this park outweighs many pluses of other parks. I just returned from my one of many safaris i have done in this park in last 25 years. 9 different Tiger sightings, countless birds, and the unmatched wilderness experience is second to none. Please read my blog on the below link. http://naturesafariindia.com/blog/safari-jim-corbett-national-park/ Best Wishes in the new year Sharad Kumar Vats
Just came back from Kanha and Bandhavgarh National Park after spending a week in these parks. Both the parks lived upto their reputation of big amongst the top parks as far as Tiger sightings are concerned. How different is each park from the other, and how different the Tiger sightings are as well. Both seem to compliment each other so well. Sightings of cubs together, playing, jumping, fighting, and all this during heavy downpour, what an unforgettable experience in Bandhavgarh national park. It is absolutly a privilege to be ahead (during safari) of some of the biggest Tigers of all times in Kanha. be it the Umarpani male, Munna, or lately Chotta Munna. This time it was Chotta Munna also known as Link 7 male who followed our Jeep for good 10 minutes. To judge the size of the Tiger it is important to get a clear view of his front head. And Chotta Munna did not disappoint. I would love to call him, "The Rock". Amazing, height, length, skull, and pure muscle, this guys is her to stay and Rock. Best Wishes Sharad Vats
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