Tiger marathon at Kanha - Wild Voyager
30 Mar to 2 Apr 2018

Tiger marathon at Kanha

INTRODUCTION

Kanha National Park, one of the famous tiger reserves of India is the largest park of central India. The park was created in 1955 by merging the two sanctuaries, Hallon and Banjar. It is located in Mandla district of Madhya Pradesh. The striking feature of this region is its horse shoe shaped valley. The open grassy meadows covering the extensive plateau in the park are surrounded by Mekal spurs. The Surpan River passes meanders through the park. Rocky escarpments along the ridges offer picturesque views of the valley.
The lowland forest is a mixture of sal trees and other trees interspersed with meadows. The highland forest consists of dry deciduous type vegetation and bamboo stretches on slopes.
The vast open tract of grass is a home to barasinghas of unique hard ground variety. They live in hard ground unlike other species that thrive in marshy swamps. They were threatened with extinction few decades ago but the conservation measures such as fencing are now being initiated at the park to save them.
Kanha Tiger Reserve has significant population of Royal Bengal Tigers, leopards, sloth bear,wild dogs, wild cats, foxes and jackals, four-horned deer, barking deer. Indian gaur can be seen in Kanha as soonas winter ends. However, chances of spotting a tiger through thick forests are rarer than that of Bandhavgarh Park. Blackbucks which had earlier become rare, are now being reintroduced. Kanha was once a home to Indian wild elephants.

Highlights

1. 6 safaris in one of the best Tiger habitats of India
2. Spot antelopes and other mammals in action
3. Stay at the comfortable Tiger Den resort

Itinerary

Day 1
Arrive at Jabalpur in the morning. Transfer to resort near Kisli gate by 1pm. Checkin and have lunch at the resort. Post lunch head out for your first afternoon safari at Kanha Tiger reserve. It could be possibly your first date with the King of the jungle at Kanha – the Tiger. There are also good chances to spot mammals like Indian Leopard, Indian Gaur and Barasingha in Kanha. In the evening the group has its meet and greet session. The skipper briefs about the forest, what to expect and the house is left open for discussion

Days 2 & 3
You are waken up by 5.00 am in preparation for the morning safari. As you have your morning Tea be greeted by songs of birds in the resort. By 5.30am we leave for the morning safari and track Wildlife in the park. Your trip leader decides the route of the safari based on previous days sightings and accordingly we spend time in different areas of the park. By 10am we start back for the resort. Once back at the resort, have your breakfast. Post breakfast you can decide to take a power nap or take a walk in the beautiful confines of the resort. Post lunch head out for the second safari of the day. In the evening the group gets together and reviews images of the day, we discuss about key learnings and plan for the next day.

Day 4
Today is our last safari at Kanha. Wake up for a new day and new surprises. We often had our best Tiger encounters on our last day but visiting a jungle with open mind works best. Post the safari and breakfast, head out to Jabalpur with happy memories of the trip.

Dates

30 Mar to 2 Apr 2018

GALLERY

Check out some of the images made by our team at Kanha

WHY US?

For every destination we offer a tour, our team has been there multiple times before and have done all the background work on the ground logistics and photography opportunities. So every trip we offer is meticulously planned to offer the best photography opportunities in that place while ensuring a safe and comfortable stay for you.

You can just wind off from your mundane world, leave the hassles of logistics to us and enjoy your date with the wilderness. All this with the company of an experienced nature photographer who is there to help you with your photography needs. Read more about us here

COST AND TERMS

Cost – Rs. 40,000 per person plus 5% GST

Terms
1. Full amount payable at booking

Cancellation charges

1. More than 60 days before the trip – 20%
2. 30-60 days before the trip – 60%
3. Less than 30 days before the trip – 90%


Inclusions
1. Stay at deluxe 3 star grade resort
2. All meals (breakfast, lunch, dinner) and NA beverages for duration of the trip.
3. 6 safaris in Kanha Tiger reserve in open gypsy (4 in a jeep)
4. All entry fees, taxes etc
5. Services of an experienced guide and trip leader throughout the trip
6. Photography assistance by a professional during the trip

Exclusions

1. Transportation till Kanha (Resort in Kisli) – We can arrange at actual cost.
2. Camera charges payable at gate
3. Personal expenses


BOOKING AND PAYMENT

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Quick facts

Dates:
30 Mar to 2 Apr 2018
Cost:
Rs. 40,000 per person plus 5% GST
Location:
Kanha National Park, India
Skipper:
Alankar Chandra

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What our guests say

  • Excellent management with reasonable cost safaris . Looking forward for more as time permits
    Dr. Sandeep Kaushal
    Eye Surgeon
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    Jodhpur medical college
  • I had travelled with Alankar to Tal Chhappar for a birding trip in November 2015. The entire logistics was seamlessly managed, from stay to our vehicles. There were immense learning opportunities on the field and we spotted over 40 species of birds including many birds of prey for which Tal Chhappar is famous. I wish Alankar the best in his future endeavours.
    Sougata Ganguli
    Director of Sales
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  • I had a great time with Wild Voyager team at Rajaji National Park. Wish them the best for future.
    Praveen Sinha
    Co-founder
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  • The Jim Corbett National Park has recently opened after monsoon season of 2016. We were excited about staying within Forest Guest houses of Dhikala and Bijrani zones. The trip was not disappointing at all with lush green forests, good guides to ensure that the vehicle was well kept and ride was not very bumpy. The fauna was in full glory in the park. The tiger show on Sambhar road was a delightful experience. There was a slight hiccup in Dhikala Forest Rest house, but was sorted out soon. The stay in Malani Forest Rest house was a very soothing experience, sleeping along with jungle sounds. It was not the first visit for us to Jim Corbett National Park, and will not be the last one also.
    Sarthak Singhal
    Engineer
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  • It was my first visit to Kenya. Loved the places. Loved the way it was arranged. Came back with happy memories.

    Rajendra Masanta
    Senior Associate
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About the Mentor
Alankar Chandra is a passionate traveller and one of the leading natural history photographers from India. His works have been published in international and domestic media and he is widely followed on social media. His passion has taken him to remote wilderness destinations in India, Sri Lanka, Kenya, Tanzania, Iceland and Thailand. He is a management graduate from IIM Ahmedabad and engineer from Delhi College of Engineering, and has held senior leadership position in corporates before chasing his passion with Wild Voyager.





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