Day 01 Delhi Ranthambore 490 Km
Since becoming one of the original areas under Project, the park
has recovered much of its natural beauty & dry deciduous forest
has been restored. Ranthambore is considered one of the best
tiger reserves in the country.
to Ranthambore. Arrival transfer to the Hotel.
Afternoon Park Safari by Jeep/Canter (sharing basis)
Day 02 Ranthambore
Morning & Afternoon Park Safari by Jeep/Canter (sharing basis).
Over night at hotel on Cp.
Day 03 Ranthambore Jabalpur 870 Km
Safari by Jeep/Canter (sharing basis). Rest day at leisure. Over
night Train to Jabalpur.
Day 04 Jabalpur Kanha National Park 185 Km
& Drive to Kanha national Park. Rest day at leisure Night at
has sometimes been called the N'Gorongoro of India. The simile
is apt, albeit Kanha is far greener and its cordon of hills far
more densely wooded. Unlike Tanzania's N'Gorongoro, the Kanha
valley is not a volcanic crater, though the enclosing hills are
a consequence of geologically ancient volcanic activity. The
horseshoe-shaped Kanha valley, which accounts for nearly a third
and the oldest part of the Kanha National Park, is bound by two
distant spurs emanating from the main Mekal ridge, forming its
southern rim. The spurs, in their gently tapering traverse,
nearly close in the north leaving but a narrow opening for the
meandering Sulkum or Surpan river, the valley's main drainage.
Herds of the Kanha miscellany, the axis deer (chital), the swamp
deer (barasingha), the blackbuck (hiran), the wild pig and
occasionally the gaur, throng the central parkland of the
valley, providing the basis for the comparison with N'Gorongoro.
With its confiding herds and relatively tolerant predators,
Kanha offers an almost unrivaled scope to a keen photographer of
Day 05 Kanha National Park
Afternoon Park Safari by Jeep. Over night at hotel.
Day 06 Kanha Bhandhavgarh National Park 270 Km
at the park. After breakfast drive to Bhandhavgarh. Night at
national park have a very long history. Set among the Vindhya
hills of Madhya Pradesh with an area of 168 sq miles (437 sq
km), it contains a wide variety of habitats and a high density
of game, including a large number of tigers. Bandhavgarh was
declared Project Tiger Reserve in 1993. Bandhavgarh national
park have a very long history. Set among the Vindhya hills of
Madhya Pradesh with an area of 168 sq miles (437 sq km), it
contains a wide variety of habitats and a high density of game,
including a large number of tigers. Bandhavgarh has been a
canter of human activity and settlement for over 2000 years.
Legend has it that Rama, hero of the Hindu epic, the Ramayana,
stopped at Bandhavgarh on his way back to his homeland after
defeating the demon king Ravana of Lanka. Two monkey architects,
who had engineered a bridge between the isle of Lanka and the
mainland, are said to have built Bandhavgarh's fort. Later Rama
handed it over to his brother Lakshmana who became known as
bandhavdhish, "the lord of the fort" - a title still used by the
present "lord of the fort," the former Maharaja of Rewa.
Lakshmana is the particular god of the fort and is regularly
worshiped in a temple there. In the Bandhavgarh you can also
enjoy tigers sighting from elephant back. Government elephants
belonging to the Forest Department and equipped with
walkie-talkies also in Bandhavgarh. However, there are many
tigers in the park and elephants are able to take you up steep,
rocky hillsides and down marshy riverbeds which are impassable
Day 07 Bhandhavgarh
Afternoon Park Safari by Jeep. Over night at hotel.
Day 08 Bhandhavgarh Panna National Park 260 Km
at the park. After breakfast drive to Panna. Night at hotel.
the king of the jungle, roams freely in this secure, though a
bit small habitat alongwith his fellow beings Leopard
(Panther pardus), Wild Dog (Cuon alpinus), Wolf (Canis lupus),
Hyaena (Hyaena hyaena) and Caracal (Felus caracal), smaller
Cats., Sloth Bear, Sambar - the largest of Indian Deers, Chital
and Chowsingha, Nilgai and Chinkara and reptiles including the
python and crocodiles.
The forests at Panna, as well as the water dams are a bird haven
for migratory as well as the local birds which number over 300
and include the Shy paradise fly catcher, the rare Serpent
Eagle, white necked Stork, barheaded Goose, honey Buzzard, king
Vulture, blossom headed Parakeet, slaty headed Scimitar
Babbler, and the spectacular varieties of Kingfisher. A large
number of birds are spotted in the park.
Over Night at Hotel
Day 09 Panna - Kajuraho 50 Km
to the Park. After breakfast drive to Khajuraho. Half day city
tour Night at hotel.
a small town located in the heart of India and famous for its
erotic temples which were built by the Chandela rulers in a
short span of 100 years from 950-1050 AD Out of 85 only about 20
have survived the ravages of time. Temples here fall in three
distinct groups namely western, eastern & southern and belong to
two different religions Hinduism and Jainism. These Hindu
temples with erotic carvings were built 1000 years ago with art
and architecture merged to perfection. The temples are in three
groups in an area of about 8 square miles. The western group,
largest and most important, the eastern group is that of the
Brahmin and Jain shrines close to the present Khajuraho village
and the Southern group which houses the Chaturbhuj temple also
visit Eastern Temple. Over Night at Hotel
Day 10 Kajuraho Orcha 185 Km
drive to Orcha. Half day city tour. Night at hotel.
Day 11 Orcha Gwaliar 160 Km
drive to Gwaliar. Half day city tour. Night at hotel.
21 Jain sculptures which dates back to 8th-15th
Centuries, Jal Vilas Palace and museums in the
Day 12 Gwaliar Agra 125 Km
drive to Agra. Half day city tour. Night at hotel.
World famous monument The Taj Mahal, Overlooking the
River Yamuna, the Taj Mahal is a classic example of Mughul
architecture, with the Taj itself built as a mausoleum at the
northern end of an extensive formal walled garden designed in
the charbagh style and structured on the Islamic theme of
paradise. The whole site was built by Shah Jahan between ad
1632 and 1653 as the final resting place of his favourite wife
Arjumand Bano Begum (also known as Mumtaz Mahal) who died in ad
1631 shortly after giving birth to their fourteenth child. Upon
his death in ad 1666, Shah Jahan was buried alongside his wife
in the Taj. (Closed on Fridays). Over Night
Day 13 Agra Delhi 200 Km
After breakfast half day City Tour.
After Lunch leave for Delhi.
Transfer to International airport to board the flight.
The Cost includes:-
Accommodation on Double sharing basis with Breakfast
* Tour Guide (Ranthambore, Kanha, Bhandhavgarh,
Khajuraho & Agra).
* Monument Fee (Agra & khajuraho)
* Canter Safari in Ranthambore
* Jeep Safari in Kanha & Bandhavgarh with all Fees
* Train From Delhi To Ranthambore & Ranthambore to Jabalpur
*Arrival-Departure transfers as per itinerary
*English speaking driver & Car
*Sight-seeing tours as per itinerary
* All Sightseeing by A/C Car
*parking, *passenger tax,
*Drivers food & accommodation during the tours.