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Tiger

India’s rich bio-diversity is unparalleled compared to the world. The green pockets of the nation stretch from the far northeastern states, stretching all through the heart of the country, right to the southwest biosphere carpeted over Kerala and Karnataka. This allows for a number of species of animals to make this their habitat. The warm tropical weather also yields into this. The Jungle Lore trails, especially the one where you can spot tigers, rhinos and elephants are ample in the country.

A robust list of jungles that allow these sightings makes India one of the most loved wildlife destinations in the world. From the one horned rhino sighting in Kaziranga to Ranthambore and Panna’s lure of seeing the tiger, the National Parks and Sanctuaries of India offer ample opportunities. The Asian elephant is yet another draw that takes travellers in the heart of thick forests. In fact, many a times, you can spot elephants on the side of forest flanked roads as well.

These itineraries take you into dense jungles, so you can immerse yourself in the ways of the forests. With birdsong and nature’s bounty for company, there is nothing more that the heart desires. Add to this, the excellent infrastructure in jungle lodges, safaris and naturalists, the trip is sure to be a memorable one.

Itineraries

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Tiger Trail India Classical

12 Nights & 13 Days

Overview

This itinerary takes you the stalwarts of tiger hotspots within India. Starting from Ranthambore, to Madhya Pradesh’s Kanha, Pench and Bandhavgarh, the trip is sprinkled with ample opportunity to spot wildlife, specially the tiger. The elusive animal lurks in these corridors more frequently than the others, so chances are that you might catch a glimpse of it. Two weeks is also a great time to immerse in the heart of India, watching local life pass by. Along with the wildlife spotting, another highlight lies in the train travel in this journey. The Indian railway network is one of the longest in the world and the pulse of India’s travel is dependent on it

Top Places

Delhi | Jaipur | Ranthambore | Bharatpur-Agra | Agra | Umaria-Bandhavgarh | Bandhavgarh-Kanha | Kanha | Pench | Nagpur – Mumbai

Highlights

Jama Masjid | Agra Fort | Taj Mahal | Amber Fort | Hawa Mahal | Bharatpur Sanctuary | Kanha National Park | Pench Reserve | Bandhavgarh National Park



Delhi / Day 1

Arrive in Delhi and reserve the day for sightseeing. Landmark monuments that tie up three eras of Indian history and give you a hue of religious diversity in the nation fill the day. The 17th century imposing fortress, Red Fort, followed by Jama Masjid, the mosque that can house 20,000 kneeling devotees in prayer and […]
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Jaipur / Day 2 - 3

On this day, drive to Jaipur. Maharaja Jai Singh II built Jaipur in the 18th century. It is a planned city built with ancient Hindu rules as the colonial capital of a richly colorful state. The whole city was painted pink to welcome the visit of Prince Albert in 1853. The finest example of Rajput […]
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Ranthambore / Day 4 - 5

After breakfast drive to Ranthambore. It is one of the finest tiger reserves in India nestled in the Aravallis and home to a variety of flora and fauna. The park along with the contiguous regions of Kela Devi and Sawai Man Singh parks forms a good biosphere along the Chambal River, which separates it from […]
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Bharatpur-Agra / Day 6

After early breakfast transfer to railway station and connect to Bharatpur. On arrival continue drive to Agra. En-route visit the Fatehpur Sikri, the beautiful and deserted medieval city built by Akbar the Great in the 16th century to serve as the capital of his vast empire. The complex consists of religious, residential and administrative buildings. […]
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Agra / Day 7

This day is reserved for Agra sightseeing. Taj Mahal – a poem in white marble, built by the Mughal Emperor Shahjahan in the memory of his beloved wife, Mumtaz Mahal is India’s most fascinating masterpiece. With this, dive into Mughal history at Agra Fort. In the afternoon, leave for Umaria by train.
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Umaria-Bandhavgarh / Day 8

Arrival Umaria Railway station and drive to Bandhavgarh. Bandhavgarh is a small National Park, yet full of game. The density of the tiger population at Bandhavgarh is the highest known in India. Covering 448 sq km, Bandhavgarh is situated in outlying hills of the Vindhya Range. In the afternoon enjoy Jeep Safari in the National […]
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Bandhavgarh-Kanha / Day 09

Morning enjoy Jeep Safari. After breakfast drive to Kanha, The Kanha National Park is located in the state of Madhya Pradesh and is one of the largest and must see park in India. The Kanha valley green with forests and open grasslands was once the favorite hunting ground of the British viceroy. Today, it has […]
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Kanha / Day 10

Enjoy morning and afternoon jeep safaris.
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Pench / Day 11

After breakfast drive to Pench National Park. Nestling in the lower southern reaches of the Satpura hills it is named after Pench River meandering through the park from north to south. It is located on the southern boundary of Madhya Pradesh, bordering Maharashtra. Pench National Park comprises of 758 SQ Kms, out of which a […]
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Nagpur – Mumbai / Day 12 - 13

Enjoy the morning Jeep Safari. Later transfer to the Nagpur airport to connect flight to Mumbai. Onward flight.
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Sundarbans India & Bangladesh

10 Nights & 11 Days

Overview

This itinerary is focussed on trailing the Bengal tiger in one of the most beautiful habitats in the world- the mangroves forests of India and Bangladesh. The thrill is as much in seeing the tiger, as it is in the unconventional way to pot them – from a boat in the water, peering through the thick bushes. The expected jungle safari with jeeps is not the tenor of the trip. You also get to see life on the river at close quarters.

Top Places

Dhaka | Khulna – Sundarbans | Sundarbans | Sundarbans – Bagerhat – Khulna | Khulna – Benapole – Kolkata | Kolkata | Sudhayanakhali | Lothian Island | Kolkata

Highlights

The tigers of Sundarbans | Hiking trails | Village life on Sundarbans islands

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Dhaka / Day 01

Arrival in Dhaka and meet our representative. This day is kept for relaxation and sightseeing in Dhaka city including Sadarghat, National Parliament building (outside), Dhakeshwari temple, Dhaka University campus and other important structures. Lunch & dinner in a local restaurant and overnight at Dhaka.
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Khulna – Sundarbans / Day 02

Early breakfast at the hotel and checkout. Transfer to the domestic airport to catch the morning flight for Jessore (45 mins flight). Upon arrival at Jessore, we drive to Khulna (2.5hrs drive), and transfer to our cruiser M. V. BHELA / M. V. DINGHY. Lunch will be served on the boat while we start cruising […]
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Sundarbans / Day 03 - 04

We leave early morning for Kotka Wildlife Sanctuary and arrive by afternoon. In the late afternoon, we hike in the forest area to see the wildlife and forest from a close range. Back to the boat in the evening. Overnight on boat at Kotka. Early in the morning we wend our way through small creeks […]
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Sundarbans – Bagerhat – Khulna / Day 05

A country boat wades through the slim canals early morning so we can get a close look at the forest. After breakfast we leave Kochikhali for Mongla. After an early lunch, leave the Vessel at Mongla and drive to Bagerhat (45mins / 30km), to explore the Mosque City; 60-domed Mosque, Tomb of Khan Jahan (builder […]
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Khulna – Benapole – Kolkata / Day 06

After an early breakfast (at around 7:00 hrs) we transfer to Benapole land border.
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Kolkata / Day 07

We report early at Millennium Park, Kolkata for surface transfer to the ‘Mangrove Land’, the Sunderbans. We pass the stunning countryside enroute. Next is a transfer to small boat to reach Cruiser M.V. Paramhamsa. After safety and tour briefing we take an extensive creek ride through the dense mangrove forest and visit a watchtower at […]
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Sudhayanakhali / Day 08

Sudhanyakhali is a place famous for its watchtower and wildlife sighting. We visit a typical Sunderban village for an interaction with the villagers, to experience their life style. Later, there is a visit to Nethidopani watchtower or Boni camp watchtower. Netidhopani has the ruins of a 400-year-old temple and legends lend mystery to the atmosphere.
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Lothian Island / Day 09

On this day we walk through the Lothian Island, a thick mangrove forest. This offers sighting opportunities of a lot of birds. We visit the Bhagavatpur crocodile farm too. Bhagavatpur is a hatchery cum sanctuary of the biggest Estuarine Crocodile in the world. The next few hours are allocated to Namkhana, the Gateway to Sunderbans. […]
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Kolkata / Day 10 - 11

Arrival at Kolkata by morning. Onward Flight.
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North India Tiger Trail

10 Nights & 11 Days

Overview

This trip is planned around the jungles of northern India – a hotspot for tiger sighting and birding. The forests of Jim Corbett and Ranthambore present a unique atmosphere; one with hills embracing the jungle and the other a shrubby land with a distinct tenor. Both are gorgeous. Along with that, the traveller gets to experience the exotic Taj Mahal and other Mughal structures of the city. All in all, it’s a wholesome trip for wildlife and heritage lovers.

Top Places

Delhi | Ranthambore | Ranthambore-Bharatpur-Agra | Agra –Unchagaon | Unchagaon-Corbett National Park | Corbett National Park | Delhi

Highlights

Wildlife sighting in Ranthambore | Corbett jungle | Taj Mahal | Delhi’s historic buildings



Delhi / Day 01

Arrive in Delhi and explore the city’s 3000 years old heritage. Seven cities have risen where the present capital of India stands.  Here you’ll encounter a fascinating blend of the ancient and the contemporary. Where government buildings, medieval palaces and bazaars exist beside a modern metropolis, Delhi is a city waiting to be explored. Overnight […]
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Ranthambore / Day 02 - 03 & 04

Breakfast at hotel and then transfer to Delhi railway station to board train to Sawai Madhopur (Ranthambhore). This also gives you an insight into travelling by the largest rail network in the world. Overnight in Sawai Madhopur. Early morning enjoy game drive in the park by 4×4 Jeeps or Canters. Ranthambore is a dry deciduous […]
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Ranthambore-Bharatpur-Agra / Day 05

After an early breakfast transfer to Sawai Madhopur railway station to board a train for Bharatpur. From here, we drive to Agra and visit Fatehpur Sikri on the way. This is a beautiful and deserted medieval city that was built by Akbar the Great in the 16th century to serve as the capital of his […]
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Agra –Unchagaon / Day 06

In the morning, we visit the world famous monument of love, the Taj Mahal, a poem in white marble, built by Shah Jahan in memory of his beloved wife, Mumtaj Mahal, who died giving birth to their 14th child.  It employed 20,000 workers from the Central Asia and Europe for 22 years to construct this […]
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Unchagaon-Corbett National Park / Day 07

After breakfast drive to Jim Corbett National Park. Corbett is one of the finest National Parks in India. The core area of the park covers an area of 500 sq. km. and comprises the broad valley of the Ramganga River in the foothills of the Himalayas. This has resulted in great habitat diversity and given […]
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Corbett National Park / Day 08 & 09

Enjoy morning & afternoon game drive in the national park.  During the Safari you will drive down to the river, to look for the long snouted, fish eating Gharial and Marsh Crocodiles. With the possibility of seeing 05 species of Kingfishers, Pallas & Himalayan Grey-headed Fishing Eagles, Osprey, Crested Serpent Eagle and of course the […]
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Delhi / Day 10 - 11

On this day, we set out for Delhi. Time dependent, we visit some of the important structures like India Gate, the Presidents house and other Govt. buildings. Overnight at the hotel. Onward Flight.
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Tiger Trail Nepal

11 Nights & 12 Days

Overview

This itinerary is packed with the wonders of Nepal – both heritage and wildlife. While the main theme is tiger sighting, it gives the traveller an opportunity to also get a glimpse of the vast heritage vibe of the place. The Himalayan country offers a spectacular local experience with its stunning views, unassuming charm and wildlife experience that is superlatively excellent. Expect to see two main cities, Kathmandu and Pokhara and also the birthplace of Buddha. The spiritual tinge to the plan is an additional dimension that makes this plan wholesome.

Top Places

Kathmandu | Pokhara | Chitwan National Park | Chitwan National Park – Lumbini | Bardia National Park | Kathmandu

Highlights

Wildlife sighting Chitwan | Bardia | The Heritage arc of Kathmandu | The Stunning views from Pokhara

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Kathmandu / Day 01 - 03

Flying into Kathmandu is an unforgettable experience with the Himalaya spread out before you. Transfer to the hotel and relax on this day. This day is reserved for seeing the highlights of the capital town of Kathmandu and its historic gems.  Pashupathinath, UNESCO world cultural heritage site, one of the holiest shrines of all Hindus, […]
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Pokhara / Day 04 - 05

Drive west to Pokhara and stay overnight. Pokhara is Nepal’s most beautiful natural valley, which is also the most popular tourist destination.  The Annapurna, Machhapuchre (Fishtail) and uncountable Mountains always stand high welcoming every visitor with a smile. Today, visit Sarangkot, which is famous for sunrises and sunsets. You can walk or drive from lake […]
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Chitwan National Park / Day 06 - 07

Be prepared for a scenic 5 hrs drive southwards till Narayanghat, followed by 16 kilometer to the Resort at Chitwan National Park. Here we visit the Tharu village, museum and get a riverside sunset view. The evening is reserved for a cultural programe. It’s an early wake up call to visit the forest area for […]
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Chitwan National Park – Lumbini / Day 08

After a morning of birdwatching and hopefully, tiger spotting, we leave for Lumbini,the birthplace of Gautum Buddha. After lunch visit the birthplace of Siddhartha Gautam – the founder of Buddhism, known as the Buddha or the enlightened one. This is confirmed by the existence of an inscribed pillar erected in 3rd BC by the great […]
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Bardia National Park / Day 09 - 11

After breakfast drive to Bardia National Park. In the afternoon there is a village walk and orientation to local culture. Early mooring is kept for an elephant interaction and visit to the Crocodile Breeding Center & Tharu Cultural Museum. After lunch, we go for a Jungle Walk. An excellent opportunity to see the wild animals, […]
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Kathmandu / Day 12

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Tiger Trail South India

18 Nights & 19 Days

Overview

This itinerary is a robust mix of heritage, spirituality, wildlife sightseeing, relaxation, backwaters and much more, given that you visit a diverse mix of cities, with their own highlights. From the architectural prowess of the Hoysala Kingdom to the soothing lake of Periyar and lush, cool estates of Ooty and Coorg, there is so much to take in during this trip. The good thing is that one gets a complete orientation of South India. This myriad mix of experiences takes over a fortnight, but is worth your while to get the complete essence of Karnataka and parts of Tamil Nadu.

Top Places

Bangalore | Hassan | Coorg | Kabini | Mysore | Mudumalai | Ooty | Madurai | Periyar | Alleppey | Cochin

Highlights

Wildlife sighting in Kabini | Madumalai | Periyar | The Hoysala architecture of Belur | Halebidu | Bangalore Important Buildings | Mysore Palace | Tea Estates in Ooty | The backwaters of Alleppey | Fort Cochin’s atmospheric streets



Bangalore / Day 01 - 02

Arrive in Bangalore and check in. Bangalore, capital of Karnataka, famous as the `Garden City’, was once a summer resort of the British Raj. Bangalore is one of the most attractive cities in India with its beautiful parks, avenues and impressive buildings. Today, it is one of India’s prosperous thriving commercial and industrial centers, also […]
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Hassan / Day 03

After breakfast visit the twin temple towns of Belur and Halebidu for a glimpse of Hindu temple art at its glorious best. In the 16th century, Belur-Halebidu (both towns are spoken of in the same breath) was at the heart of the throbbing Hoysala empire. The Hoysalas were huge patrons of art and architecture and […]
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Coorg / Day 04 - 06

On this day, we drive to the hilly coffee town of Coorg. Situated on the Western Ghats, Coorg or Kodagu (originally called Kodaimalenadu) means ‘dense forest on steep hill’. Dubbed as the Scotland of India, this town has a lot to offer. Misty hills, lush forest, acres and acres of tea and coffee plantation, orange […]
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Kabini / Day 07 - 08

After breakfast drive to Kabini. Kabini is one of the most popular wildlife destinations in Karnataka, probably because of its easy accessibility, lush green landscape surrounding a large picturesque lake, and fantastic sightings of large herds of elephants. It is 80km away from Mysore and 205km from Bangalore, and comprises the south-eastern part of Nagarhole […]
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Mysore / Day 09 - 10

After breakfast enjoy the coracle boat ride at Kabini River. (Subject to weather condition). You will be taken on a traditional round shaped boat called a coracle. The design of the boat is unique to the rivers of southern India and surprisingly to the rivers of Ireland!  The coracle will drift slowly down the Kabini, […]
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Mudumalai / Day 11

After breakfast drive to Mudumalai. Mudumalai wildlife reserve was the first sanctuary in South India. The terrain is extremely varied with hills, valleys, ravines, watercourses and swamps. The vegetation comprises of tropical moist deciduous forests, dry deciduous forests and scrub forests. Enjoy afternoon Jeep Safari in the park. Expect sightings of  elephants, gaurs, mouse deer, […]
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Ooty / Day 12

After breakfast drive to Ooty. The queen of the hills in South India, Ooty is a popular hill station that is known for its pleasant climate, tea plantations, fruit orchards and scenic hills of the Nilgiris. An ideal destination to beat the heat, Ooty is perfect place to enjoy nature. Ooty is nestled in the […]
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Madurai / Day 13

After breakfast drive to Madurai. Madurai is the cultural capital of Tamil Nadu and the place where the Dravidian culture reached its zenith in art, architecture, palaces and temple buildings. Once the capital of powerful Nayaka kings, a bustling city packed with pilgrims, businessmen, bullock carts and legions of rickshaw pullers. In the evening again […]
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Periyar / Day 14 - 15

After breakfast, visit the famous Meenakshi Temple which is an outstanding example of Vijaynagara temple architecture. It is one of the largest Hindu temples in India. Its nine “Gopurams” – Temple Towers (23 30m) have wonderful stucco images of gods, goddesses and animals from the Hindu mythology. Later visit the Thirumalai Nayak Palace, a palace […]
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Alleppey / Day 16

After breakfast, drive to Alleppey. On arrival in Alleppey, transfer to the jetty to board House-boat (Kettuvallom) on the world famous backwaters of Kerala.“Kettu” literally means to tie up and “Vallom” means”boats”. The boats played a major role in the economic development of ancient Kerala, moving cargo and men from the very nook and corner […]
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Cochin / Day 17 - 019

After breakfast on the rice boat (Kettuvallom) get down at jetty and drive to Cochin. Cochin has been variously hailed as Queen of the Arabian Sea, Venice of Orient, etc. Some choose to call it simply a museum city for its rich past and colorful present. On arrival, transfer to the hotel. In the evening […]
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