Overview

 

North and Central India Tiger Tour of 17 days fulfill the desire of all the wildlife lovers to travel, learn, and relish the captivating charm and appeal of India's wildlife. North and Central India Tiger Tour is an exclusive tour that wanders around some of the most diverse and captivating wildlife reserves across North and Central India. This trip takes the wildlife enthusiasts on an enchanting 16N/17D holiday.

Join this astonishing journey with our wildlife professionals and tour organizers for the most outstanding and incredible wildlife experiences in India. Book your Tiger Trail to North and Central India tour package; revel in the close-up views of the Royal Bengal Tigers, Indian Elephants, and numerous other rare and endangered wildlife species!  

Trip highlights

What's included?

  • Hotel accommodation
  • Breakfast, lunch, and dinner
  • Ground transfer in a private vehicle
  • All government and service taxes as per itinerary
  • All entry fees for places mentioned in the itinerary

What's excluded?

  • All personal expenses including additional drinks, additional meals
  • Medical and travel insurance
  • Entry fee not mentioned in the itinerary

Itinerary Show all

Day One:

Arrive at Delhi

Upon your arrival at Delhi airport, our airport representative will welcome and escort to the respective hotel. On the way, our representative will give a brief description of your further tour.

Day Two:

Delhi to Jaipur

After morning breakfast, we move towards Jaipur. On our arrival, we check-in at the hotel. In the afternoon, we will go for a sightseeing tour in Jaipur city. We will visit City Palace, Hawa Mahal Palace of winds, and natural observatory.

Day Three:

Jaipur to Ranthambore National Park

We will leave Jaipur after breakfast and drive to Ranthambore National Park. On arrival, we will check-in at the wildlife resort. We will go for a safari around the National Park in the evening. Ranthambore Tiger Reserve at the joint of the Aravalis and the Vidhyas is a perfect example of natural and historical abundance. Standing out noticeably in the vast, dry, and bared area of eastern Rajasthan, Tiger, at the top of the food chain, rules over the realm subtly. As they are solitary by nature, they operate in secrecy. Thus, as much as the area offers frequent tiger sights, they are always a matter of chance. Although even signs of tiger's activities are quite thrilling. We might also witness other cats in Ranthambore, such as Leopard (Panthera pardus), Caracal (Felis caracal), Leopard Cat (Felis bengalensis), Fishing Cat (Felis viverrine) and the Jungle Cat (Felis chaus). The other large predators that you might encounter in Ranthambore are Sloth Bear, Wolf, Small Indian Mongoose, Wild dog (or Dhole), Jackal, Palm Civet, Striped Hyena, Small Indian Civet, Common Indian Mongoose, Indian Fox, Ratel (or Honey Badger), Marsh Crocodile and the Indian Python. There are mainly two species of Antlers, spotted Deer (or Chital) and the Sambar Deer, and two types of Antelopes, the Indian Gazelle (or Chinkara) and the Blue Bull (or Nilgai).

There are more than 330 species of birds found in Ranthambore. For the bird watchers, they can easily encounter over 120 species of birds. Ranthambore's is famous for the view of Indian courser, Painted spurfowl, Indian skimmer, quails, larks, pipits, and prinias among the birders. The popular spots for bird watching are Surwal Lake, Mansarovar Lake, Misradhara gate, Amlidih on the Banas river.

Day Four:

Ranthambore National Park

Safari to the national park in the morning and evening. Then, spend the night at the hotel.

Day Five:

Ranthambore to Bharatpur

We will drive to Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary after having breakfast at Ranthambore. Upon arrival, check into the hotel. Then, in the afternoon, we will ride a rickshaw to the bird sanctuary. 

Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary: Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary is one of the best bird parks in the world. Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary, now known as Keoladeo Ghana National Park is a reserve that offers protection to wildlife as well. Nesting original water- birds as well as migratory water birds and waterside birds, there are also Sambar, Chital, Nilgai, and Boar inhabiting in this sanctuary. 

Flora in Bharatpur: The Park has a total area of 29 sq. Km. of which 11sq km are marshes and the rest scrubland and grassland. This small wildlife park house more than 300 species of birds. The name of this national Park came from an ancient Hindu temple of Lord Shiva, which stands at the center of the Park. Ghana refers to the dense, thick forest that used to cover the area. 

Major Wildlife Attractions: The main highlights of the Park are the multitudes of migratory birds. These birds migrate here from as far away as Siberia and Central Asia to spend the winters in Bharatpur, then return to their breeding areas. Migratory birds at Bharatpur bird reserve include several species of Pelicans, Cranes, Geese, Ducks, Eagles, Hawks, Shanks, Stints, Wagtails, Warblers, Wheatears, Flycatchers, Buntings, Larks, and Pipits, etc. 

Day Six:

Bharatpur to Agra to Umaria (by train)

We will drive to Agra in the morning after breakfast. On arrival, we will visit the renowned beautiful palace, Taj Mahal. Around the afternoon, we will transfer you to the railway station to board the train for Umaria.

Day Seven:

Umaria to Bandhavgarh National Park

Arriving at the train station, we will drive to the Bandhavgarh National Park. Here, we will check-in at the wildlife resort and go for a safari trip to the National Park in the evening.

Day Eight :

Bandhavgarh National Park

We will go for a safari trip to the National Park around the morning and afternoon.

Bandhavgarh National Park: Bandhavgarh National Park spreads around Vindhya hills in Madhya Pradesh. The core area of Bandhavgarh National Park is 105sq km, while its whole area totals to 400 sq. Km. The landscape varies between steep ridges, undulating, forest and open meadows. Bandhavgarh National Park is quite famous for the Royal Bengal Tigers. The population of the Tiger at Bandhavgarh is the highest in India.

Bandhavgarh National Park was the hunting preserve of the King of Rewa. At present, it is a popular natural hub for white tigers. White tigers were first discovered in Rewa, close to Bandhavgarh National Park. Now, white tigers are a major attraction around the world's zoo. The topography is divided, with rocky hill ranges, moving unevenly east-west, scattered with grassy swamplands and wooded valleys. Bandhavgarh National Park is one of the finest national parks in India and is famous for sheltering the highest number of tigers per unit area of forest. The Bandhavgarh National Park widens up to the area of 448 sq. Km and a cross-area of 105 sq. Km. There lies a hill with the name of Bandhavgarh hill in the middle of the Park with an elevation of 811 meters above sea level, and sloping valleys surround the mountain. These valleys end in swampy, small meadows locally known as "Bohera." Bandhavgarh got officially recognized as a national park in 1968. Since then, there have been many efforts to preserve Bandhavgarh National Park as an unexploited natural habitat for a range of wildlife unique to the area. These include gaur (Indian bison), sloth bear, leopard, porcupine, wild boar, sambar and spotted deer, and of course, the tiger. 

Day Nine:

Bandhavgarh National Park

After breakfast, we will drive to Kanha National Park. Upon arrival, check into the resort as we will be spending the night here.

Day Ten:

Bandhavgarh - Kanha National Park

After breakfast, we will drive to Kanha National Park. Upon arrival, check into the resort as we will be spending the night here.

Day Eleven:

Kanha National Park

Enjoy safari morning and afternoon in the National Park.

Kanha National Park: Kanha National Park spreads around the area of 940 sq. Km. in an incredible natural magnificence. The National Park is full of Sal and bamboo forests, rolling grasslands and meandering streams. Kanha National Park still has an abundance of wildlife species as it was during the 1974's Project Tiger. This project was the core that formed the present Kanha Tiger Reserve. The Park is the only habitation ground of the endangered hardground, Barasingha (Cervus Duvaceli Branderi). During the 1930s, the Kanha area was broken into two national reserves: Hallon and Banjar, of 250 sq. km and 300 sq. km each. Although one of the sanctuaries got disbanded, the area remained as a protected area until 1947. In 1952, the area got officially recognized as a national reserve due to the diminishing of the tiger population in the following years after 1947. Since then, Kanha National Park has engaged in a series of severe preservation programs to protect flora and fauna of the Park. These programs have helped Kanha National Park to achieve the title of one of the most excellently managed National Parks in Asia, a tempting attraction for all wildlife lovers and an actual shelter for its animal and avian population.

Forest Department guides escort visitors around the Park on pre-mapped courses, which allow viewers to see a good cross-section of Kanha's wildlife. The ideal areas to get the view of blackbuck, chital, and barasingha throughout the day are the meadows around Kanha.

Mammalian Species: Kanha National Park houses about 22 species of mammals. The easily spotted mammals are the common langur, striped palm squirrel, jackal, chital or spotted deer, wild pig, barasingha or swamp deer, sambar, and blackbuck.

Avian Species: Kanha has more than 200 species of birds. The best place for bird watching in Kanha is hills where the diverse bamboo forests harbor lots of species and in the grassy forest clearings. You can see water birds near the Park's streams, and at Sarvantal, a pool visited a lot by water birds and the area in front of the museum.

Day Twelve:

Kanha National Park

Enjoy morning and afternoon safari in the National Park.

Day Thirteen:

Kanha to Nagpur to Delhi

After morning breakfast, we make a trip to Nagpur airport from where you will take a flight to Delhi. Upon arrival, you will meet the airport representative who will transfer you to the hotel. 

Day Fourteen:

Delhi - Corbett National Park

In the morning, we will drive to the Corbett National Park. On arrival, check-in at the wildlife resorts. We will go for a game drive to the National Park in the afternoon. 

Corbett National Park lies in the state of Uttarkhand. The National Park lies in the bases of the Himalayas in the districts of Nainital, Pauri Garhwal, Almora, Bijnore. Corbett Tiger reserve spreads around the area of about 1318.54 sq. Km. (520 sq. Km. as core area and 797.72 sq. Km. for buffer area). Corbett National Park covers the core area, while the reserve forests and Sonanadi Wildlife Sanctuary covers the buffer area.

Major Wildlife Attractions: Corbett National Park is an ideal place for Tigers, as well as its prey, including four kinds of Deer, Wild Boar, and some lesser-known animals. Leopards also reside here; however, they mostly live in the hilly region of the Park. Some famous cats that you can encounter in this Park are the Leopard, Jungle Cat, and the Fishing Cat. Likewise, you can see Sloth Bear in the lower regions of the Park. In contrast, the Himalayan Black Bear can be seen only in the higher hilly areas. Likewise, the Dole (Wild Dog) lives around the southern regions of the Park along with Jackals. Himalayan Palm Civet, Indian Gray Mongoose, Common Otter, Black Naped Hare, and Porcupine are some of the smaller inhabitants of this Park. Besides, elephants are one of the major attractions of the Corbett National Park.

Moreover, you can witness the long-snouted, fish-eating Gharial Crocodile and the 'Mugger' Crocodile beside the Ramganga river bank. Also, you can see Ghoral (Goat Antelopes) on the rocky hillside. You will encounter Langur and Rhesus Monkeys throughout the Corbett National Park. These monkeys are known for warning the whole forest with alarm calls if they spot tigers or leopards from the top of the tree.

Day Fifteen:

Corbett National Park

Enjoy morning and afternoon safari in the National Park.

Day Sixteen:

Corbett to Delhi

We will enjoy jungle safari in the morning and have breakfast at the resort. Then, we will drive to Delhi, where we will spend the night.

Day Seventeen:

Departure

After breakfast, we will go on a sightseeing tour around Old and New Delhi. In the late afternoon, we will transfer you to Delhi Airport from where you can board the flight to your destination.

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