6 Day Tiger Trails

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Tigers, leopards and elephants straight out of the Jungle Book or against historical ruins this tour to the heartland of wildlife India is perfect for nature lovers.


Tigers, leopards and elephants straight out of the Jungle Book or against historical ruins this tour to the heartland of wildlife India is perfect for nature lovers.

Day by Day plan

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  • Day 1: Arrive in Delhi

    Our representative will receive you at the airport and ensure a smooth check in to your hotel.

    Delhi is the capital of India and the seat of the central power and government. With multiple administrative and state headquarters, important political hubs and national landmarks, Delhi is a modern world capital city with its multi-lane highways, snarling traffic, sky high buildings and malls, and modern glass constructed financial and commercial centers. However, at the same time, Delhi is also a timeless entity, carrying within its folds, a rich history and a repertoire of artistic, aesthetic architectural wonders, that bear stamp on the different dynasties and rulers that have made their indelible mark on the landscape and culture of the city. Old Delhi hums the influence of the Mughal period, New Delhi, on the other hand, shines with colonial, contemporary and modern outlook.


    Have a pleasant overnight stay in your hotel.

  • Day 2: Delhi to Jabalpur by air, Jabalpur to Bandhavgarh

    Fly from Delhi to Jabalpur where our representative will arrange for a comfortable ride to Bandhavgarh National Park.

    The Bandhavgarh National Park is a wildlife haven and believed to be an important link in the lineage of white tigers. Used as hunting grounds by the Maharajas of Rewa, the reserve was declared a national park in 1968 and today is considered as one of the regions with the highest tiger density in the country.

    Besides the flourishing wildlife, that includes, the tiger, Indian bison (gaur), barking deer, nilgai, leopard, as well as, bird species such as, shrike, ibis, lora and more, the park is also significantly seeped in rich historical ruins. The Bandhavgarh Fort stands atop a hilltop providing excellent views of the forest below surrounded by manmade caves that hold treasures of carvings and paintings deemed to date back before similar Buddhist caves in Western India.

    However, the tigers are Bandhavgarh’s star attractions and some tigers have been celebrities in their own right. Charger and Sita the famed duo of the forest, live today in legacy and their offspring. Currently, Bamera is the dominant male of the region and one can hope to catch sight of him.


    Overnight stay will be at the jungle resort.

  • Day 3: Jungle safari in Bandhavgarh

    After breakfast proceed for a full day of the jungle safari to catch the wildlife in action. The morning and afternoon safaris will be interspersed with a lunch break.

    A visit to the Ranthambhore Fort is a fitting way to end the day. The formidable fort is an important historical landmark known for its role in the Rajput dynasties and historical developments. Declared as an UNESCO World Heritage Site the fort is known for the 12th century temple in its complex as for its strong and strategic layout. The trails leading to the fort are scattered with statues and the view from atop the fort is worth beholding.


    Return to the resort for a restful night.

  • Day 4: Bandhavgarh to Kanha National Park

    After breakfast proceed to Kanha National Park by road.

    The Kanha National Park thought to be the inspiration behind Rudyard Kipling’s, ‘The Jungle Book’, lies in a horse shoe shaped valley that provides for some breathtaking views of the surrounding landscapes. The jungle gives way to one’s imagination as Sherkhan and Akela suddenly may seem to emerge from somewhere.

    The park is a well-known tiger reserve; however, it also boasts of some excellent conservation work in protecting other animals, such as, the Barasinghas and gaurs. The vegetation which is a mix of dry deciduous and sal forests also gives way to bamboo grooves and meadows that are imperative for the survival of the barasinghas.

    Other animals and birds that take shelter in the park include the leopards, fox, wild cats, jackal, barking deer, drongos, ibis, hornbill and many more.

    Overnight stay will be at the resort.

  • Day 5: Jungle safari at Kanha

    After breakfast proceed for a full day safari into the jungle. Watch the natural habitat and wildlife come alive as you encounter with the animals and birds, only breaking up for lunch and resuming the afternoon safari thereafter.

    After a satisfying day in the jungle, take a good night’s sleep at the resort.

  • Day 6: Morning Safari, Kanha to Jabalpur by road

    Jabalpur - Delhi, by train


    Begin the day with the morning safari, followed by breakfast and then proceed to Jabalpur comfortably by road in our vehicle. Board the train to Delhi where our representative will meet you and help you reach the Delhi airport for you to continue your onward journey.