Indian Wildlife Photography Tour

Destinations

Delhi - Corbett National Park - Agra - Ranthambore National Park - Jaipur - Jhalna Reserve Forest - Delhi - Jabalpur - Bandhavgarh National Park - kanha National Park - Jabalpur - Delhi

Duration

18 Days

Overview

” The Continued existence of wildlife and wilderness is important to the quality of life of humans”
― Jim Fowler

The journey will take you to some of the best National parks in India with different terrains and biodiversity to provide maximum opportunities to photograph Indian wildlife in varied habitats. The National parks we cover in this journey, Corbett National park, Ranthambore National park, Bandhavgarh National park and Kanha National park have unique landscapes and beauty. These are amongst the most popular wildlife destinations in the country. Like Corbett can boost about asiatic elephants and dense forests, Ranthambore is known for its dry forests and good tiger sightings. Bandhavgarh boosts about sal forests and tiger sightings, Kanha is known for its grasslands and swamp deers. Another wildlife reserve we cover in this journey is Jhalna reserve forest, a place to spot leopards in the wild as otherwise in tiger reserves, leopards may not be very frequently spotted. Apart from these wildlife destinations, we also visit Golden traiangle of India, Delhi, Agra and Jaipur. Agra also known as the city of Taj Mahal is popular to have one of the wonders of the world, Taj Mahal the monument which symbolises love. Jaipur the pink city represents culture, history and legacy of Rajasthan. Overall this tour perfectly suits avid wildlife photogrpahers visiting India for the first time.

Highlights​

Itinerary

Meet your travel manager on arrival at New Delhi airport. Your tour manager would ensure smooth check in at your hotel in Delhi and shall hand over your travel documents. A small briefing about the tour and what you are going to experience in days to come is always good. New Delhi is a city of contrasts with Old Delhi and New Delhi representing thwo different worlds of Heritage and Development. We may utilize rest of the day to catch glimpse of monuments in Delhi city. A visit to Old Delhi can be a unique experience to see of how things function seamlessly without proper alignment of systems. Later you may want to catch glimse of breath taking views of qutub minar, a minaret and “victory tower”.

Overnight at Hotel in New Delhi.

A 6 hours and 260 Kms drive takes us to Corbett National park, the magical place that could turn a famous hunter into conservationist.

Corbett national park, named after famous hunter and conservationist Jim Corbett is one of the most unique and beautiful ladscapes to visit in the country. Corbett National Park is often referred by photographers as a park where your camera never stops. Full of life, these woods and river beds are home to tigers, elephants, leopards, bears, four species of deers including Hog deer, which is found only in grassland habitats, many species of reptiles including endangered gharials and over 500 species of birds including resident and migratory species. Corbett national park also gets its popularity from the books on Man eating tigers and leopards written by Jim Corbett. Corbett national park is also known to have one of the highest density of tigers in the wild. This park also is one the the very few places which provides the opportunity of the staying inside the forest rest houses built in core zones of national park. The experience of staying inside the forest presents unique opportunity to feel the soul of forests.

During our stay at Corbett national park, for the first night we stay in a luxury resort on the periphery of national park and the other two nights we stay at Dhikala forest rest house inside core zone of corbett national park. The accommodation inside Dhikala zone might be basic but the location and opportunites to spot wildlife are extra ordinary. All mornings and evenings during our stay would be utilised for four wheel drives inside the national park. Meals during stay at Dhikala forest rest house would be vegetarian. During our stay at Corbett national park, we shall also visit gujjar dera. Gujjars are the community that stays on the periphery of national park and depends on cattles for their livelyhood. It would be a great opportunity to understand their circle of life.

A 7 hours and 305 Kms Journey would Take us to Agra, The City of Taj Mahal.

Taj Mahal, one of the seven wonders of the world is a ivory – white marble mausoleum on the banks of river yamuna. It was built by Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan in 1632 to house the tomb of his beloved wife Mumtaz Mahal. Taj Mahal also houses tomb of the emperor as well. Taj Mahal was constructed using best of the available materials from all over India and Asia. It is believed over 1,000 elephants were used to transport building materials and 22,000 labourers, painters, embroidery artists and stonecutters to shape the Taj Mahal. The plinth and tomb took roughly 12 years to complete and the remaining parts like minarets, mosque and gateway took an additional 10 years. The imperial court of muusoleum documenting Shah Jahan’s grief after the death of her beloved wife Mumtaz Mahal illustrates the love story held as the inspiration for the Taj Mahal.

In the evening we enjoy light and sound show in Agra. Overnight stay at prime location in Agra Close to Taj. Next day we visit the glorious Taj Mahal.

A 6 hours and 260 Kms drive will take you to Ranthamore National Park, The land of fort tigers

Ranthambore National Park, one of the most popular and best destinations to spot tigers in the wild used to be hunting ground for royal families of Sawai Madhopur. The forest of Ranthambore is dry & deciduous with visibility advantage and hence records good toger sightings. Due to the typr of forests, tigers of Ranthambore have also become used to the presence of tourists most of the times. There are many documentaries filmed in Ranthambore National park which makes it the most popular national park in the country. These documentaries not just made the park popular but also some of the tigers. One of the most famous tigers from Ranthambore National Park was Machhli (Hindi word for Fish), who has the record of surviving in the wild for maximum number of years, ie 20 years in wherein the tigers are believed to have life cycle of 10 to 14 years in the wild.

We stay in Ranthambore National park for 3 nights and during our stay in Ranthambore, we shall spend most mornings and evenings exploring premium safari zones of the park on a four wheel drive safari. We shall also visit Ranthambore school of Arts during our stay. The Ranthambore School of Art at Sawai Madhopur was established with an aim to create awareness about the tiger conservation and the students in the school belong to the neighbouring villages. Our Stay at Ranthambore National park would be in a Luxury resort on the periphery of the park.

A 3 hours and 180 Kms drive will take us to Jaipur, the gateway to Rajsthan

Jaipur, the capital city of Rajasthan state of India is also know as the pink city. The story behind pink city goes way back in 1876, when the prince of whales visited India. Since color pink symbolises hospitality, Maharaja Ram Singh of Jaipur painted whole city pink. Jaipur city is a perfect blend on ancient history with all the luxuries of morden day world. The city has many monuments highlighting the rich history of the place. Adjoining jaipur is the reserve forest of Jhalna, which can come up as one the best best places to spot leopard in the wild. Although are of this reserve forest is way smaller than other national parks we visit on this tour, but the leopard population density is pretty high. With no presence of tigers in the area, leopard becomes the apex predator in the forest and roams fearlessely in the forest and hence spotted frequently.

We stay at Jaipur for 2 Nights in a luxury hotel with heritage look. We shall visit Amer fort, hawa mahal, jal mahal, jantar mantar during our stay. We shall also do 2 game drives in Jhalna reserve forest to spot the spotted beauty of Indian forests. One of the dinners we will have at Chowki Dhani, the introduction to the culture of rajasthan.

After a thrilling safari experience in Northern part of India we proceed towards cebtral India to explore more terrains. A 1 hours 40 minutes flight will take us to Jabalpur Airport. Another 200 Kms and 5 hours drive will  take us to Bandhavgarh National Park.

Bandhavgarh national park is the most famous out of all the parks we visit during this trip, and the main reason behind the popularity of the park is number of documentaries that have been filmed in the park. Two of the world’s famous tigers Charger (A ferocious and dominant tiger) and Sita (Which contributed a mojor part in increase of tiger population) were also filmed in this park. Bandhavgarh national park provides great opportunity to spot the majestic striped cat in its habitat. While we roam on a four wheel drive in the park, a team of mahouts on their elephants patrol the park. Gaurs or Indian Bisons were relocted to Bandhavgarh national park from kanha National park.

During our three night’s stay st bandhavgarh national park, we shall spend most mornings and evenings in four wheel safari drives in the core zones of Bandhavgarh National park. The country side experience including the architecture of homes, life style of residents and their livelyhood is uniqe and charming. People here may be hesitant to talk and are affactionate. At Bandhavgarh National park, we shall stay at one of the luxury wildlife lodges on the periphery of the park close to the main enterance gate.

A 280 Kms and 6 hours drive will take us to kanhan National Park

Those who know much about wildlife in India, would regard Kanha national park as one the most beautiful national parks in India. Long stretches of Grasslands, long standing sal forests and bamboo forests, gashing streams makes the landscapes of kanha breathtaking. Kanha national park Including buffer area spreads at 1927 Square Kms. Apart from tiger, another animal which gets major attention of tourists is hard ground swamp Deer or barasingha, Which is the found only in this region of the world. Other than these two some commonly seen fauna are leopard, Gaur or Indian Bison (World’s largest cattle species), Leopard, Bear, Black face monkey, Rhesus Monkey and many species of birds and reptiles. Romance for Kanha national park will only increase as you visit the park.

We stay at kanha national park for 3 nights and during our stay we explore different zones of Kanha national park on a four wheel drive safari. Also we shall visit local village where some of the tribes still live to understand more about their life. At Kanha national park, we stay at one of the luxury lodges on the periphery of the park close to the safari enterance gates.

Here our wild encpounters of Indian wildlife would end and we proceed to jabalpur. A 165 Kms and 4 hours drive takes us to jabalpur airport from where we board flight to New Delhi. Flight time between Jabalpur and New Delhi is 1 hour 40 minutes. Overnight we stay in a luxury hotel in the heart of the City and next day we board the flight back home with sweet yet wild memories of India. If time allows we may visit another monument in New Delhi.

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    Yoga, Temples and Tiger Tour

    Yoga, Temples and Tiger Tour

    Destinations

    Delhi - Rishikesh - Corbett National Park - Agra - Ranthambore National Park - Jaipur - Varanasi - Delhi

    Duration

    18 Days

    Overview

    ” To other countries, I may go as a tourist, but to India, I come as a seeker”
    ― Martin Luther King Jr.

    As the name suggests this tour is your journey to feel the soul of India. Yoga – the Staple food for mind and soul and legacy of yogis, Temples which are integral part of culture of India and tigers, the wild heritage of India. In this journey we visit Rishikesh – The Yoga Capital of the world and the place where sacred river Ganges leaves the Shivalik Hills in the Himalayas and flows into the plains of India. Learning yoga on the banks of River Ganges is a joyful spiritual experience. The Journey also takes us to two of the finesh national parks in the country (Corbett National park and Ranthambore National Park). Both these parks are opposite to each other in terms of landscapes but have the charm of leaving visitors spellbound. The Journey also covers golden traingle of India New Delhi, Jaipur and Agra. Jaipur the Pink city of India and a UNESCO world heritage site. Jaipur is a great intoduction to the hoistory and rich culuture of Indian state Rajasthan. An Indian trip remains incomplete without visiting Agra, the city of Taj Mahal, the masterpiece of mugal architecture, and one of the wonders of world that sings the saga of love.The Last destination covered in the journey is Varanasi, the holiest of the seven sacred cities in Hinduism. The city is also a centre for Buddhist pilgrimage. At Sarnath, Lord Buddha gave his first teaching after attaining enlightenment.

    Highlights​

    Itinerary

    Meet your travel manager on arrival at New Delhi airport. Your tour manager would ensure smooth check in at your hotel in Delhi and shall hand over your travel documents. A small briefing about the tour and what you are going to experience in days to come is always good. New Delhi is a city of contrasts with Old Delhi and New Delhi representing thwo different worlds of Heritage and Development. We may utilize rest of the day to catch glimpse of monuments in Delhi city. A visit to Old Delhi can be a unique experience to see of how things function seamlessly without proper alignment of systems. Later you may want to catch glimse of breath taking views of qutub minar, a minaret and “victory tower”.

    Overnight at Hotel in New Delhi.

    A 6 hours and 245 Kms drive takes us to Rishikesh, the yoga and meditation city of India.

    Located in the foothills of Himalayas on the banks of river Ganges, Rishikesh is the land of yogis and the spiritual centre of India. Though Rishikesh has been land of seekers since ages, it gained popularity in international audience ever since the Beatles visited the ashram of the Maharishi Mahesh Yogi in the late ’60s. Today it is known as the ‘Yoga Capital of the World’, with lots of ashrams facilitating yoga and meditation classes. The epicentres for yoga are mainly north of the town, where the fast-flowing Ganges River, surrounded by lush green forested hills, is best suited for meditation and expansion of horizons of mind. In the evenings you can notice a smooth breeze flowing down the valley, the temple bells ringing as sadhus (‘holy’ men), pilgrims and tourists prepare for the nightly ganga aarti (river worship ceremony). Another activity that makes Rishikesh popular on the world MAP is white water Rafting.

    During our two nights stay at Rishikesh, we stay at one of the luxurious resorts on the banks if Ganges river with access to white sand beach. In the mornings we shall practice yoga and meditation with private instructor and one of the evenings we shall visit Ganga aarti and temples. Ganga aarti is a sight to watch where thousands of pilgrims with diyas (natural candles) in hands worship the holy river.

    A 6 hours and 240 Kms drive takes us to Corbett National park, the magical place that could turn a famous hunter into conservationist.

    Corbett national park, named after famous hunter and conservationist Jim Corbett is one of the most unique and beautiful ladscapes to visit in the country. Corbett National Park is often referred by photographers as a park where your camera never stops. Full of life, these woods and river beds are home to tigers, elephants, leopards, bears, four species of deers including Hog deer, which is found only in grassland habitats, many species of reptiles including endangered gharials and over 500 species of birds including resident and migratory species. Corbett national park also gets its popularity from the books on Man eating tigers and leopards written by Jim Corbett. Corbett national park is also known to have one of the highest density of tigers in the wild. This park also is one the the very few places which provides the opportunity of the staying inside the forest rest houses built in core zones of national park. The experience of staying inside the forest presents unique opportunity to feel the soul of forests.

    During our stay at Corbett national park, for the first night we stay in a luxury resort on the periphery of national park and the other two nights we stay at Dhikala forest rest house inside core zone of corbett national park. The accommodation inside Dhikala zone might be basic but the location and opportunites to spot wildlife are extra ordinary. All mornings and evenings during our stay would be utilised for four wheel drives inside the national park. Meals during stay at Dhikala forest rest house would be vegetarian. During our stay at Corbett national park, we shall also visit gujjar dera. Gujjars are the community that stays on the periphery of national park and depends on cattles for their livelyhood. It would be a great opportunity to understand their circle of life.

    A 7 hours and 305 Kms Journey would Take us to Agra, The City of Taj Mahal.

    Taj Mahal, one of the seven wonders of the world is a ivory – white marble mausoleum on the banks of river yamuna. It was built by Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan in 1632 to house the tomb of his beloved wife Mumtaz Mahal. Taj Mahal also houses tomb of the emperor as well. Taj Mahal was constructed using best of the available materials from all over India and Asia. It is believed over 1,000 elephants were used to transport building materials and 22,000 labourers, painters, embroidery artists and stonecutters to shape the Taj Mahal. The plinth and tomb took roughly 12 years to complete and the remaining parts like minarets, mosque and gateway took an additional 10 years. The imperial court of muusoleum documenting Shah Jahan’s grief after the death of her beloved wife Mumtaz Mahal illustrates the love story held as the inspiration for the Taj Mahal.

    In the evening we enjoy light and sound show in Agra. Overnight stay at prime location in Agra Close to Taj. Next day we visit the glorious Taj Mahal.

    A 6 hours and 260 Kms drive will take you to Ranthamore National Park, The land of fort tigers

    Ranthambore National Park, one of the most popular and best destinations to spot tigers in the wild used to be hunting ground for royal families of Sawai Madhopur. The forest of Ranthambore is dry & deciduous with visibility advantage and hence records good toger sightings. Due to the typr of forests, tigers of Ranthambore have also become used to the presence of tourists most of the times. There are many documentaries filmed in Ranthambore National park which makes it the most popular national park in the country. These documentaries not just made the park popular but also some of the tigers. One of the most famous tigers from Ranthambore National Park was Machhli (Hindi word for Fish), who has the record of surviving in the wild for maximum number of years, ie 20 years in wherein the tigers are believed to have life cycle of 10 to 14 years in the wild.

    We stay in Ranthambore National park for 3 nights and during our stay in Ranthambore, we shall spend most mornings and evenings exploring premium safari zones of the park on a four wheel drive safari. We shall also visit Ranthambore school of Arts during our stay. The Ranthambore School of Art at Sawai Madhopur was established with an aim to create awareness about the tiger conservation and the students in the school belong to the neighbouring villages. Our Stay at Ranthambore National park would be in a Luxury resort on the periphery of the park.

    A 3 hours and 180 Kms drive will take us to Jaipur, the gateway to Rajsthan

    Jaipur, the capital city of Rajasthan state of India is also know as the pink city. The story behind pink city goes way back in 1876, when the prince of whales visited India. Since color pink symbolises hospitality, Maharaja Ram Singh of Jaipur painted whole city pink. Jaipur city is a perfect blend on ancient history with all the luxuries of morden day world. The city has many monuments highlighting the rich history of the place.All these monuments are now open for tourists and attracts tourists from around the world. Jaipur is also one of the three cities which are referred as Golden triangle of India. The city is renowned for colored gems which are used in jewellery.

    We stay at Jaipur for 2 Nights in a luxury hotel with heritage look. We shall visit Amer fort, Nahargarh Fort, hawa mahal, jal mahal, jantar mantar during our stay. One of the dinners we will have at Chowki Dhani, the introduction to the culture of rajasthan.

    A 250 Kms and 5 hours drive will take us back to New Delhi.

    Today we will visit India Gate – A war memorial Arch and will drive past president’s house, parliament house to reach cannaught place, The Heart of New Delhi and also a shopping hub. Overnight Hault in a Luxury Hotel in New Delhi.

    Early morning we head for Airport to board a flight for Varanasi, The Holy city on the banks of Ganges. A 1 and half hour flight shall take us to varanasi.

    Varanasi, one of the oldest cities in human civilization hold great cultural and religious importance. It is also known as Banaras. Traditional etymology links “Varanasi” to the names of two Ganges tributaries forming the city’s borders: Varuna, still flowing in northern Varanasi, and Assi, today a small stream in the southern part of the city, near Assi Ghat. In the Rigveda, an ancient Indian sacred collection, the city is referred to as Kashi which in sanskrit means ‘to shine’, making Varanasi known as “City of Light”. Hindus believe that dying here and getting cremated along the banks of the “holy” Ganges river allows one to break the cycle of rebirth and attain salvation, making it a major center for pilgrimage. The Buddha is believed to have founded Buddhism here around 528 BCE nearby Sarnath.

    We stay in Varanasi for 2 Nights and during our stay we shall visit Ghats on the bank of river Ganges, and a boat ride will take us to tow of the famous temples of Lord Shiva and Lord Vishnu. One can feel the positive vibes in the atmosphere while visiting these ghats. We shall also visit Sarnath, the famous Buddhist temple where buddhism is belived to be founded. Our stay would be in a luxurious hotel in the prime location of city.

    Here our soulful Indian Journey would end and we take a flight back to New Delhi. Flight time between Varanasi and New Delhi is 1 hour 35 minutes. Overnight we stay in a luxury hotel in the heart of the City and next day we board the flight back home with sweet yet wild memories of India. If time allows we may visit another monument in New Delhi.

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      Where Tigers Rule

      Where Tigers Rule

      Destinations

      Delhi - Agra - Pench National park - Kanha National Park - Bandhavgarh National Park - Delhi

      Duration

      12 Days

      Overview

      “Tiger is a large-hearted gentleman with boundless courage and that when he is exterminated—as exterminated he will be unless public opinion rallies to his support—India will be the poorer, having lost the finest of her fauna.”
      ― Edward James Corbett

      Where tigers rule, as the name suggests is a journey that takes you through some of the most beautiful landscapes in the tiger state of India, Madhya Pradesh. Also referred as heart of India, this state has played a major role in tiger conservation and the possibility of spotting the feline in these tiger reserves are great. All the three tiger reserves (Bandhavgarh national park, Kanha national park, Pench National park) that we visit in this journey creates their unique identities with varied landscapes and topography. Beautiful lodges set up in larges areas on the backdrops of these jungles add on to the experience of this journey. The Journey also takes us to Agra to view the masterpiece of mugal architecture, Taj Mahal – one of the wonders of world that sings the saga of love.

      Highlights​

      Where Tigers Rule map

      Itinerary

      Meet your travel manager on arrival at New Delhi airport. Your tour manager would ensure smooth check in at your hotel in Delhi and shall hand over your travel documents. A small briefing about the tour and what you are going to experience in days to come is always good. New Delhi is a city of contrasts with Old Delhi and New Delhi representing thwo different worlds of Heritage and Development. We may utilize rest of the day to catch glimpse of monuments in Delhi city. A visit to Old Delhi can be a unique experience to see of how things function seamlessly without proper alignment of systems. Later you may want to catch glimse of breath taking views of qutub minar, a minaret and “victory tower”.

      Overnight at Hotel in New Delhi.

      Today we will proceed towards Agra, The City of Taj Mahal for day Visit. A 3 hours and 210 Kms Journey would Take us to Agra to visit Taj Mahal.

      Taj Mahal, one of the seven wonders of the world is a ivory – white marble mausoleum on the banks of river yamuna. It was built by Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan in 1632 to house the tomb of his beloved wife Mumtaz Mahal. Taj Mahal also houses tomb of the emperor as well. Taj Mahal was constructed using best of the available materials from all over India and Asia. It is believed over 1,000 elephants were used to transport building materials and 22,000 labourers, painters, embroidery artists and stonecutters to shape the Taj Mahal. The plinth and tomb took roughly 12 years to complete and the remaining parts like minarets, mosque and gateway took an additional 10 years. The imperial court of muusoleum documenting Shah Jahan’s grief after the death of her beloved wife Mumtaz Mahal illustrates the love story held as the inspiration for the Taj Mahal.

      We will return to our Hotel in New Delhi by evening and get ready for the wilderness journey in the days to come. Stay and overnight would be at hotel in New Delhi.

      A two hours flight from New Delhi will bring us to Nagpur city and another two hours drive by road will bring us to Pench National Park.

      Pench national park, which gets its name from Pench river, which is the lifeline to the park. Rocky mountains, green grasslands, wooden trails, winding river and gashy streams make pench national park so beautiful that it become source of imagination for Rudyard Kipling’s famous fiction ‘The Jungle Book’. Pench became even more popular amongst tourists after the Innovative wildlife series by BBC – ‘Tige a spy in the Jungle’ was shot here.

      During our stay at pench we will do spend our mornings and evenings in four wheel drive safaris in Pench National Park. Also we shall visit pottery village on the periphery of pench national park and see how few villagers have used this art to earn their living. At pench national park we shall be staying in one of the luxury wildlife lodges adjoining the park.

      A 210 Kms and 5 hours drive will take us to kanhan National Park

      Those who know much about wildlife in India, would regard Kanha national park as one the most beautiful national parks in India. Long stretches of Grasslands, long standing sal forests and bamboo forests, gashing streams makes the landscapes of kanha breathtaking. Kanha national park Including buffer area spreads at 1927 Square Kms. Apart from tiger, another animal which gets major attention of tourists is hard ground swamp Deer or barasingha, Which is the found only in this region of the world. Other than these two some commonly seen fauna are leopard, Gaur or Indian Bison (World’s largest cattle species), Leopard, Bear, Black face monkey, Rhesus Monkey and many species of birds and reptiles. Romance for Kanha national park will only increase as you visit the park.

      We stay at kanha national park for 3 nights and during our stay we explore different zones of Kanha national park on a four wheel drive safari. Also we shall visit local village where some of the tribes still live to understand more about their life. At Kanha national park, we stay at one of the luxury lodges on the periphery of the park close to the safari enterance gates.

      After a thrilling safari experience in Kanha National park, we shall move towards our last wildlife park of the tour, Bandhavgarh National park. A 280 Kms and 6 hours journey will take us to Bandhavgarh National Park.

      Bandhavgarh national park is the most famous out of all the parks we visit during this trip, and the main reason behind the popularity of the park is number of documentaries that have been filmed in the park. Two of the world’s famous tigers Charger (A ferocious and dominant tiger) and Sita (Which contributed a mojor part in increase of tiger population) were also filmed in this park. Bandhavgarh national park provides great opportunity to spot the majestic striped cat in its habitat. While we roam on a four wheel drive in the park, a team of mahouts on their elephants patrol the park. Gaurs or Indian Bisons were relocted to Bandhavgarh national park from kanha National park.

      During our three night’s stay st bandhavgarh national park, we shall spend most mornings and evenings in four wheel safari drives in the core zones of Bandhavgarh National park. The country side experience including the architecture of homes, life style of residents and their livelyhood is uniqe and charming. People here may be hesitant to talk and are affactionate. At Bandhavgarh National park, we shall stay at one of the luxury wildlife lodges on the periphery of the park close to the main enterance gate.

      Here our wild encpounters of Indian wildlife would end and we proceed to jabalpur. A 200 Kms and 5 hours drive takes us to jabalpur airport from where we board flight to New Delhi. Flight time between Jabalpur and New Delhi is 1 hour 40 minutes. Overnight we stay in a luxury hotel in the heart of the City and next day we board the flight back home with sweet yet wild memories of India. If time allows we may visit another monument in New Delhi.

      What is Included

      Gallery

      Best Time To Avail This Package

      October to March

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        Golden Triangle and Tiger Tour

        Golden Triangle and Tiger Tour

        Destinations

        Delhi - Agra - Ranthambore National Park - Jaipur - Delhi

        Duration

        9 Days

        Overview

        “India is a land of beauty and generosity, of traditional hospitality and acceptance of many cultures”
        -Vijaya Lakshmi Pandit

        This is a short journey of India, covering highlights of the country – The Golden triangle (Delhi, Jaipur and Agra) along with Ranthambore National park. Agra also known as the city of Taj Mahal is popular to have one of the wonders of the world, Taj Mahal the monument which symbolises love. Jaipur the pink city represents culture, history and legacy of Rajasthan. Delhi, divided into old Delhi and New Delhi are contrasting worlds with New Delhi representing modern world and progressing India while old Delhi giving a glimpse of India pre Independence. Another destination of this jorney is Ranthambore national park, a magnificent place to spot tigers in its habitat. The forests of Ranthambore are dry and decidious and offers good visibility and hence great tiger spotting. This tour is perfectly suited for thise visiting India for the forest time with limited time in hand.

        Highlights​

        Golden Triangle and Tigers Tour

        Itinerary

        Meet your travel manager on arrival at New Delhi airport. Your tour manager would ensure smooth check in at your hotel in Delhi and shall hand over your travel documents. A small briefing about the tour and what you are going to experience in days to come is always good. New Delhi is a city of contrasts with Old Delhi and New Delhi representing thwo different worlds of Heritage and Development. We may utilize rest of the day to catch glimpse of monuments in Delhi city. A visit to Old Delhi can be a unique experience to see of how things function seamlessly without proper alignment of systems. Later you may want to catch glimse of breath taking views of qutub minar, a minaret and “victory tower”.

        Overnight at Hotel in New Delhi.

        A 4 hours and 200 Kms Journey would Take us to Agra, The City of Taj Mahal.

        Taj Mahal, one of the seven wonders of the world is a ivory – white marble mausoleum on the banks of river yamuna. It was built by Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan in 1632 to house the tomb of his beloved wife Mumtaz Mahal. Taj Mahal also houses tomb of the emperor as well. Taj Mahal was constructed using best of the available materials from all over India and Asia. It is believed over 1,000 elephants were used to transport building materials and 22,000 labourers, painters, embroidery artists and stonecutters to shape the Taj Mahal. The plinth and tomb took roughly 12 years to complete and the remaining parts like minarets, mosque and gateway took an additional 10 years. The imperial court of muusoleum documenting Shah Jahan’s grief after the death of her beloved wife Mumtaz Mahal illustrates the love story held as the inspiration for the Taj Mahal.

        In the evening we enjoy light and sound show in Agra. Overnight stay at prime location in Agra Close to Taj. Next day we visit the glorious Taj Mahal.

        A 6 hours and 260 Kms drive will take you to Ranthamore National Park, The land of fort tigers

        Ranthambore National Park, one of the most popular and best destinations to spot tigers in the wild used to be hunting ground for royal families of Sawai Madhopur. The forest of Ranthambore is dry & deciduous with visibility advantage and hence records good toger sightings. Due to the typr of forests, tigers of Ranthambore have also become used to the presence of tourists most of the times. There are many documentaries filmed in Ranthambore National park which makes it the most popular national park in the country. These documentaries not just made the park popular but also some of the tigers. One of the most famous tigers from Ranthambore National Park was Machhli (Hindi word for Fish), who has the record of surviving in the wild for maximum number of years, ie 20 years in wherein the tigers are believed to have life cycle of 10 to 14 years in the wild.

        We stay in Ranthambore National park for 3 nights and during our stay in Ranthambore, we shall spend most mornings and evenings exploring premium safari zones of the park on a four wheel drive safari. We shall also visit Ranthambore school of Arts during our stay. The Ranthambore School of Art at Sawai Madhopur was established with an aim to create awareness about the tiger conservation and the students in the school belong to the neighbouring villages. Our Stay at Ranthambore National park would be in a Luxury resort on the periphery of the park.

        A 3 hours and 180 Kms drive will take us to Jaipur, the gateway to Rajsthan

        Jaipur, the capital city of Rajasthan state of India is also know as the pink city. The story behind pink city goes way back in 1876, when the prince of whales visited India. Since color pink symbolises hospitality, Maharaja Ram Singh of Jaipur painted whole city pink. Jaipur city is a perfect blend on ancient history with all the luxuries of morden day world. The city has many monuments highlighting the rich history of the place.All these monuments are now open for tourists and attracts tourists from around the world. Jaipur is also one of the three cities which are referred as Golden triangle of India. The city is renowned for colored gems which are used in jewellery.

        We stay at Jaipur for 2 Nights in a luxury hotel with heritage look. We shall visit Amer fort, Nahargarh Fort, hawa mahal, jal mahal, jantar mantar during our stay. One of the dinners we will have at Chowki Dhani, the introduction to the culture of rajasthan.

        A 260 Kms and 6 hours drive would take us back to New Delhi. Out short trip visiting highlights of India comes to its last leg here. Overnight we stay in a luxury hotel in the heart of the City and next day we board the flight back home with sweet yet wild memories of India. If time allows we may visit another monument in New Delhi.

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        October to March

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