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This Jungle Safari in India is the ultimate adventure of exploring the wilderness of India's jungles. The tour will be full of game drives and safaris. We will take you to three of India's most famous Tiger Reserves, Ranthambore, Bandhavgarh, and Tadoba National Parks. However, the tour is not just about tigers; these national parks are home to pumas, sloth bears, wild canines, Indian gaur, sambhar, wild pig, cheetal, languor, and incalculable species of birds. Since the three national parks are in three different states of India, you will get to explore the culture of India in its many colors.
This Tiger safari in India has been curated to let you experience intimate Tiger behaviour, and not just see Tigers. You are likely to spot Tigers more than once during this tour, but the quality of our guides and route selections (zones within park) are derived from our years of experience and geared to give you many special moments with the king of Indian jungles. As you spend time with these beasts in the wild, our experienced guides interpret the wildlife and the ecosystem for you.
Day 1: Arrive in Delhi and Reach Sawai Madhopur
The tourist will land at the Indira Gandhi international airport in Delhi. Then, the representative will take the tourist to his or her hotel. The tourist can either explore the city or rest in the hotel before leaving to board the train to Sawai Madhopur(closest station to Ranthambore).
Delhi is located in the northern piece of India, Delhi is known as the third biggest city, with a populace of 10 million individuals. The people here speak Hindi, Urdu, Punjabi, and English. Delhi is additionally a significant travel doorway and is one of the busiest passageways that focuses on abroad carriers, being a significant connection to all other northern and southern urban Indian cities.
On reaching Sawai Madhopur, the tourist needs to check-in in the resort.
The UNESCO World Heritage Site – Ranthambore Fort is in Sawai Madhopur, Rajasthan. The city gets its name from Maharaja Sawai Madhopur, who planned it and named it after himself.
The visitor can relax by getting the luxury of an ayurvedic massage, steam bath, and pool, varying as per the services of the resort. Around the evening, one can go to the cultural celebrations at the retreat and follow it with a rich dinner.
Day 2 & 3: Morning and Afternoon Safari at Ranthambore National Park
The tourists should get ready to take the best tiger tours India since the 2nd and 3rd day in Sawai Madhopur will begin with a morning Jungle Safari. The safari ends by its time for breakfast; the guide takes the tourists back to their resorts. The safari starts again after lunch.
Ranthambore National Park, now one of the prominent national parks of India, was once the hunting ground of the Maharajas of Jaipur. The total number of tourist zones, in the park, is 10, each zone attracting everyone with a fascination for wildlife. It has sprinkling fields at the levels, meadows in valleys, and abundant foliage around the canals. This place is bound towards the south by the Chambal river, and towards the north by Banas River.
This jungle safari in India at Ranthambore will undoubtedly be about tiger, but one should pay attention to the footprints, and sounds to find other predators. The visitor shall also see innumerable other animals and birds here, for instance, Spotted Deer, Sambar, Nilgai, Chinkara, Wild Boar, etc. Speaking in terms of flora, it has the largest Banyan trees in India. Along with other varieties of trees like Dhok, Mango, Jamun, Gum, Kadam, Khajur, Khair, Karel, Mahua, Salar, etc.
The tourist can call it a day after returning from the afternoon safari. One can spend the evening resting, eating dinner, and sleeping in the resort.
Day 4: Excursion to Ranthambore Fort and Rural Village
On the 4th day of the itinerary, the tourists take an excursion to the architectural beauty Ranthambore Fort and a rural village that ends before lunch.
The huge Ranthambore Fort, located between the Vindhya Plateau and Aravalli Hills, is a must-visit for archaeological enthusiasts. Spread across 7 kilometers, it has a mosque, and various Hindu and Jain temples. One can either reach the Ranthambore Fort on an open gypsy or a private vehicle, but on reaching there, climbing the stairs is unavoidable. Other than the temples, the visitor will find three artificial lakes inside the fortress that only rely upon water harvest action.
The tourist leaves for the evening jungle safari in India at Ranthambore again after lunch. After eating dinner at the resort, the tourist goes to catch the train to Nagpur.
Day 5: Reach Bandhavgarh National Park
The tourist needs to get down at the Katni Railway Station stop on the train, 2-hour drive away from Bandhavgarh. On reaching Bandhavgarh, the tourists of this itinerary check into their hotel and relax for the day so they can be fresh for the best tiger safari in India at Bandhavgarh National Park.
In the event that the sole explanation behind this itinerary is to spot tigers, one will need to look no further, since the park has the highest count of tigers in the nation, a couple of days here are enough for spotting a tiger. Besides tigers, the park has a contrasting extent of other untamed lives, including leopards (rarely spottable), wild pig, gaur, spotted deers, langurs, etc.
Day 6 & 7: Safari in Bandhavgarh
The days begin with a morning jungle safari in India at Bandhavgarh. The morning Safari ends by breakfast, and the next safari, evening safari begins post-lunch.
When on the safari, one does not only spot tigers but other predators as well. Bandhavgarh is exceptionally rich in terms of bird species, animals as well as flora. The safari here is a chance to explore all this.
After returning from safari, the tourist can spend the evening unwinding, eat dinner, and sleep at the resort.
Day 8: Arrival in Tadoba National Park
Tadoba National Park is a 3-hours drive away from the Nagpur airport. The tourist on reaching Tadoba, checks-in the resort, spending the rest of the day relaxing there.
The Tadoba National Park, also a Tiger Reserve, is Maharashtra's oldest and largest National Park. It is the home of more than 43 Tigers as per the 2010 census and of the Gond Tribal Community. The locals call it the 'Jewel of Vidarbha,' a title it well deserves, for its abundant variety of animals, birds, and plants.
Day 9 & 10: Jungle Safari in Tadoba National Park
The morning at Ranthambore National Park will start with the wild safari. The tourists are expected to be fresh by the time lunch gets over for the evening safari.
Tadoba National Park additionally has hills that the forest and bamboo cover. There lie conduit beds and green knolls which serves as home to innumerable forms of life. There are three rivers in the park, namely Andhari, Telia, and Kolsa. It is immensely rich in species of birds, many migratory birds like CombDuck, Cotton Teals, Crested Pochard, Common Pochard, Northern Pintail, Brahminy Duck, Black Eagle, Indian Pitta, Indian Scimitar Babbler, Asian Paradise Flycatcher, Tickell's Blue Flycatcher visit it every year. One can in like manner get awed by more than 70 sorts of butterflies which are found here.
The safari ends before dark, the tourist can spend the evening at leisure and call it a day.
Day 11: Back to Delhi
After the energizing thrill of spending time in the jungle, the last morning of the outing will start effectively with an empowering safari.
Post breakfast, the tourist will check-out from the hotel and will be taken back to Nagpur, so that he or she can catch the flight back to Delhi.