India has various examples of overcoming adversity shockingly in untamed life preservation, ‘Venture Tiger’ has been a standout amongst the best protection ventures on the planet. With respect to the tiger populace, a broadly acknowledged evaluation is 40,000 in India toward the start of twentieth century. In 1972, there were not more than 2000 tigers when ‘Venture Tiger’ was propelled. There are purportedly 4,500 tigers in the wild in India today. This visit goes up against you a delightful trip through three of India’s best known living spaces of the Tiger.
Day 1 : Delhi
Arrive Delhi. Exchange to lodging.
Day 2 : Delhi – Nagpur (1012 kms/13-14 hrs)
After breakfast entire day Delhi touring visit going to the Raj Ghat (Cremation site of Mahatma Gandhi), Red Fort, Jama Masjid, Qutub Minar and India Gate (War Memorial). Drive past President House and Parliament House. Evening flight by overnight prepare for Nagpur.
Day 3 : Nagpur – Pench (93 kms/2 hrs)
Arrive Nagpur and exchange from Railway station to Pench (1.5 hrs) via auto. Evening Jeep Safari to Pench Tiger Reserve with a zone of 757 sq km. Settling in the lower southern compasses of the Satpuda slopes, the store is named after the Pench stream, wandering through the Park. The stream is dammed and a huge supply submerges 54 sq km of the recreation center territory which draws in the transient and different winged creatures in expansive numbers.
Day 4 : Pench
Morning and Afternoon Jeep Safaris in the Park.
Day 5 : Pench – Kanha
Morning drive to Kanha National Park (4 hrs). The same wealth of natural life species exists even today in the Kanha National Park, which shapes the center of the Kanha Tiger Reserve (940 sq km) made in 1974 under ‘Venture Tiger’. The recreation center is the main territory of the uncommon hardground barasingha (Cervus Duvaceli Branderi).
Kanha’s effectively spotted species are 3-striped palm squirrel, normal langur monkey, jackal, wild pig, cheetal, barasingha and blackbuck. Less normally seen are tiger, Indian bunny, dhole or Indian wild puppy and gaur. Seldom seen are Indian fox, sloth bear, striped hyena, wilderness feline, panther, mouse deer, nilgai (blue bull), rattel and porcupine. Rarely seen are wolf, Indian pangolin, the smooth Indian otter and civet.
Day 6 : Kanha
Jeep Safaris in the Kanha National Park. All dinners and stay at Resort.
Day 7 : Kanha – Bandhavgarh (212 kms/5 hrs)
Drive to Bandhavgarh National Park (5 hrs). Bandhavgarh is a little National Park, smaller, yet brimming with diversion. The thickness of the tiger populace at Bandhavgarh is the most elevated known in India. This is additionally White Tiger nation, which have been found in the old condition of Rewa for a long time. The last known was caught by Maharaja Martand Singh in 1951. Bandhavgarh is thickly populated with different species: the immense gaur (or Indian buffalo), sambar and yelping deer. The landscape is of incredible rough slopes rising forcefully from the swampy and thickly forested valley bottoms. The finest of these slopes, favored extraordinary precipices and dissolved rocks and on its most astounding point stands the Bandhavgarh fortification, thought to be somewhere in the range of 2000 years of age.
Day 8 : Bandhavgarh
Early mornings and evening Jeep Safaris to National Park. All dinners and stay at Resort.
Bandhavgarh National Park
Day 9 : Bandhavgarh – Umaria (35 kms/1 hrs)
Morning Safari. Evening exchange to Umaria Railway Station. Flight by overnight prepare to Delhi.
Day 10 : Delhi
Arrive Delhi, exchange to air terminal to interface flight for forward destination. (Lodging checkout at 12:00 hrs).