An introduction to Central India’s wildlife parks in the state of Madhya Pradesh works best with a combination of Kanha & Bandhavgarh National Parks. While the Sal forest predominates in Kanha, tracts of mixed forests with expanses of grassland and bamboo in Bandhavgarh attract wildlife and an extremely rich birdlife. Both Tiger Reserves are explored following a network of safari vehicle tracks that will lead us into the forested areas, as these can offer wonderful opportunities to get very close to wildlife. There is no shortage of prey in these Reserves for both the Tigers and less frequently seen Leopards. The Spotted Deer, or Chital, and other species of deers and antelopes are found here in varying abundance, apart from wild boars, wild dogs, sloth bears to name a few. There will also be time to explore the nearby villages where tribal communities have been living in harmony with the surrounding nature for centuries.
- Enjoy morning and evening park safaris
- Nature walks around the lodges for exploration and bird watching
- Insight into the life of tribal communities living in nearby villages
- Stay in luxury cottages & a deluxe tented camp
November 27, 2018: Arrive at Delhi international airport anytime for overnight stay in Delhi.
November 28, 2018: Delhi – Raipur (6E 2393 08:30/10:15)
December 6, 2018: Depart Bhopal on your homeward flight or proceed with your own independent arrangements.
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