A Tiger Encounter Tour
|08 Nights / 09 Days|
|Delhi – Bandhavgarh – Kanha – Nagpur – Mumbai|
Day 01 Arrive Delhi
After the arrival at Delhi, guests will be welcomed by the representatives from Tangent Inc with a well-planned itinerary for their “A tiger encounter tour”. Thereafter, they will be escorted comfortably to the hotel for overnight stay as per the planned itinerary.
Days 02 Delhi – Umaria (By Train Dep. 12: 05 – 05: 24)
Umaria – Bandhavgarh (By Surface 60 K.M 02 hrs.)
As planned in the in itinerary for “A tiger encounter tour”, after an energetic breakfast, early in the morning, guests will be escorted to the railway station to board their train to Umaria where their Tiger encounter tour starts. Guests will relax in the train during night.
Days 03 & 04 Arrival at Bandhavgarh
After arrival at Umaria in the morning, guests will be welcomed by the representatives from Tangent Inc and will be taken to Bandhavgarh by a very enjoying road journey that takes 2 hours. At Bandhavgrah, guests will move to a jungle lodge to provide them the real views and ultimate feel of the jungle. After a delectable lunch, they will be taken to Bandhavgarh National Park. Enjoy a memorable overnight stay at Bandhavgarh.
Next morning, after a lavish breakfast, guests will once again move to jungles to have glimpses of those rare wild beasts and natural vegetation. After spending a day amidst wild beasts, guests will be again escorted to the lodge for dinner and overnight stay.
Bandhavgarh: Located in Umaria district in Madhya Pradesh, Bandhavgarh has one of the most popular national parks, the Bandhavgarh National Park. The park has the highest density of Bengal tigers in the world. Other Wildlife attractions of Bandhavgarh include spotted deer, sloth bear leopards, sambhar, wild boar and more. Other attractions there include 2000 years old ancient Bandhavgarh Fort and Kalchuri Archeological Museum.
Day 04 – Shekhawat – Bikaner (175 K.M. – 05 hours)
Get ready for another interesting day as you explore the most popular city of Rajasthan – Bikaner. The city was a major trading center in the medieval period. The place is also famous for the camel festival. Here you can get a closer glimpse of the magnificent Thar Desert. A tour of Bikaner will leave you mesmerized with the attractive Lalgarh Palace that displays great pomp and glory, the Ganga government museum, and a visit to the camel breeding farm along with the grandeur Junagarh fort. You can also enjoy a tonga ride here (optional) if you wish so, as it provides a way to get into one of the aspects of the life here. By evening we reach the hotel for a good night’s sleep.
Day: 05 Bandhavgarh – Kanha (298 K. M 08 hrs.)
Arrive at Jaisalmer and transfer to the hotel. The evening plan is the Sands Dunes Safari and then retire for the night.
Day: 06 & 07
Enjoy both morning & evening national park Safari game drives of Kanha Tiger Reserve. Both days, after a great day in the jungle, guests will be taken to the lodge for overnight stay.
Kanha National Park,: Kanha National Park, founded in 1955, shelters some of the rare animal species and endangered species. At this national park, guests can spot hard-ground barasingha (swamp deer), tigers, wild dog (dhole or sonha kutta), leopards, Indian gaur (Asiatic bison), hard ground barasingha, mouse deer, blue bull, wild boar, four-horned antelope, spotted deer, etc. Some of the rarely seen birds like Malabar pied hornbill, red headed vultures, crested serpent eagle, green munia can be spotted in this park.
Day 08 Kanha – Nagpur (249 K. M 07- 08 hrs.)
After savouring breakfast, guests will embark their road journey to Nagpur. On arrival, representatives from Tangent Inc will assist them for transferring to the hotel. Evening can be spent exploring the local market of Nagpur. Spend overnight at hotel.
Day 09 Nagpur – Mumbai (08: 45 -10: 05) – Home (By Flight)
After breakfast at Hotel, guests will be shifted to Nagpur airport where they can board their flight to Mumbai. After arrival at Mumbai airport, they can catch flights to their hometowns. With this comes and end to ‘A tiger encounter tour”.