05 DAYS | 02 CITIES
Arrival in Jabalpur I Drive to Bandhavgarh (170 kms / approx. 4 hours)Read More
Meet our representative upon arrival in Jabalpur and drive to Bandhavgarh - A couple of days at Bandhavgarh almost guarantees you a tiger sighting in this relatively small park that boasts the highest density of tigers in India. As well as the star attraction, there are also more than 40 leopards and more commonly sighted animals such as deer, wild boar and langur monkey. Arrive and check-in at your hotel. Post lunch enjoy an evening Jungle Safari. Later enjoy dinner at the hotel. Overnight stay in Bandhavgarh.
Safari in BandhavgarhRead More
Early Morning proceed for a Jungle Safari in the park and after safari, return to the hotel for breakfast.. Later today, you may choose Elephant safari, which is really a rewarding experience, to follow the footsteps of the royal tigers sitting safely on the back of the elephant (Supplement cost apply for elephant safari). Overnight stay in Bandhavgarh.
Drive from Bandhavgarh – Kanha (255 kms / approx. 5 hours)Read More
After breakfast, drive to Kanha and check-in at your hotel. Kanha shelters one of the largest tiger’s populations in the country. The forests here are vast, and while your chances of seeing a tiger are probably slightly slimmer than at nearby Bandhavgarh, they’re still pretty good. Add to that the fact that you can really go deep into the forest, and you have a complete safari experience, rather than the rush-and-grab outings some complain of at Bandhavgarh. The Sal forests and vast meadows contain tigers and leopards and support huge populations of deer and antelope, including the extremely rare barasingha. You’ll see plenty of langur monkeys, the odd gaur (Indian bison) and maybe even a family or two of wild boar. The park is also home to more than 300 bird species. Overnight stay in Kanha.
Safari in KanhaRead More
Early Morning proceed for a Jungle Safari in the park. Back to the hotel for Breakfast. Post lunch enjoy an evening Jungle Safari. Alternatively, you may plan independent activities to explore the richness of this park through Nature Trails - A well-marked 7 km trail leads from just inside Khatiya Gate and skirts along the edge of the park before looping back to the village. Mostly you will see a lot of monkeys and birds, but tigers do venture into this area on occasions and an accompanying guide is essential (Supplement cost apply for escorting). Overnight stay in Kanha.
Drive from Kanha – Jabalpur (150 kms / approx. 4 hours) - Farewell!!!Read More
After breakfast, proceed to the Jabalpur airport to board flight back home.
- Jungle Safari in Kanha National Park with supplement cost
- Jungle Safari in Bandhavgarh National Park with supplement cost
- With supplement cost, Elephant Safari and Nature Trails
- All Transfers in private vehicle
- Start and End in Jabalpur
- Park will be closed on every Wednesday Evening, Holi and due to sudden rainfall etc.
- Canter Safaris on spot booking started in Kanha, Bandhavgarh & Pench
- Hotel Check in 1400 hrs and check out 1200 hrs
- Medium vehicle will be provided for 1-3 travellers and Innova will be provided for 4-5 traveller
- Package cost will not be valid during public holidays, festivals, exhibitions and long-weekends
- A surcharge will be levied and will be advised at the time of booking
WHAT DOES YOUR TOUR PRICE INCLUDES
- 4-nights’ accommodation in well-appointed rooms as mentioned above hotels or equivalent
- Sightseeing as per itinerary by private tourist vehicle
- Meal plan as mentioned above
- Drivers allowances, toll taxes and Govt. Service Tax
- Air tickets and airport taxes
- Exclusive Safari – Per Jeep per Safari rates for Kanha / Bandhavgarh / Pench: INR 9,000 (max 4 Pax in one jeep) inclusive of Park entry fees and Naturalist charges. Shared safaris are to be booked through hotels only. Safari charges are subject to change as per Govt. intimation.
- Items of personal nature like laundry, phone calls, tips to guides / drivers etc.
- Camera / Video camera fees applicable at monuments
KANHA NATIONAL PARK
The famous Author, Rudyard Kipling kept in mind the human-friendly animals from Pench and Kanha, while writing his famous "The Jungle Book".