14 Days – India Wild life & Culture Tour

14 Days – India Wild life & Culture Tour

Destinations Covered:  Delhi – Pench – Kanha – Bandhavgarh – Varanasi – Agra – Jaipur – Delhi

Overview

Our Journey begins from Delhi where you will see colorful temples and the Red Fort, then we start our journey to the search for the Royal Bengal tiger. You will visit four important tiger parks in the states of Madhya Pradesh Bandhavgarh, Kanha and Pench. They are all known for the large tiger population and the high tiger chances. Varanasi, also known as Benares, located on the banks of the Ganges, is the most important holy city for Buddhists and the most holy place in the Agra to see the world famous Taj Mahal. Then we head Pink city Jaipur, it is capital of Rajasthan

Highlights of Tour

Guided tour to Qutub Minar, Old Delhi, Parliament House, India Gate, sikh Temple

02 Jungle safaris in Kanha, Pench and Bandhavgarh National Park

Guided tour of Varanasi

Visit Agra- Taj Mahal, Agra Fort and Local bazaras

Enjoy Elephant ride at Amber Fort in Jaipur

Explore Jaipur City including Amber Fort, City Palace, Hawa Mahal

DAY 01: Arrival at Delhi

Arrival at Delhi International Airport. After clearing customs, immigration and baggage collection you will be greeted traditionally by our representative and transferred to the hotel.

DAY 02: Delhi

Breakfast. In the morning you will visit the old Delhi. We will pass the Red Fort (one of the opulent forts from the Mughal Empire era), visit Jama Masjid (The largest mosque in the country), a fascinating ride by Rickshaw “Man-Drawn Cart” in Chandni Chowk (the old street of the commerce) and Raj Ghat (a memorial to the great Mahattma Gandi).

Post Lunch we will explore New Delhi area. There you will visit the Tomb of Humayun (Mausoleum of the Mughal Emperor) and Qutub Minar (A 72 meter tower of red sandstone). Short drive of the area of ​​government buildings, India Gate, Presidential Palace and Parliament and before back to hotel we will visit interesting temple of the Sikh community called Bangla Sahib.

DAY 03: Delhi – Nagpur – Pench

Nagpur – Pench: 105 Km / 02 Hours

After breakfast. In the morning, transfer to the airport to take a flight to Nagpur. On arrival and departure by road to Pench. Upon arrival, transfer to the hotel.

Located in central India, the Pench Tiger Reserve is an undiscovered gem that rivals any diamond for its brilliance. The Tiger Reserve has been one of the best kept secrets among nature lovers that has always been known for its great variety of flora and fauna. The population of Cheetal or spotted deer, is located in the upper part, we will also find a great variety of sambar and nilgó. It will be appreciated that creatures of different types share their habitat such as wild boar, lazy bear, dhole and mongoose and jungle cat. As the name implies, the park is also home to the illusive Bengal Tiger and leopard.

DAY 04: Pench

Breakfast. In the morning and in the afternoon you will visit the national park by private vehicle.

DAY 05: Pench – Kanha

Pench – Kanha: 155 Km / 03-04 Hours

After breakfast, departure by road to Kanha National Park.

Upon arrival, transfer to the hotel.

Kanha is one of the largest and most remote national parks in India, Covering 1,945 square kilometers of forest and lightly wooded grassland, and you can see a lot of rivers and streams. In this park we can find a wide variety of wildlife, including leopards, chital, sambar and, most famously, the tiger. Although wildlife can be seen throughout the season, sightings increase during the hottest months of March and April, as animals move out of tree cover in search of water

DAY 06: Kanha

Breakfast. In the morning and in the afternoon you will visit the national park by private vehicle.

DAY 07: Kanha – Bandhavgarh

Kanha – Bandhavgarh: 270 Km / 5 ½ – 6 Hours

After breakfast, departure on the road to Bandhavgarh National Park. Upon arrival, transfer to the hotel.

Situated among the Vindhya hills of Madhya Pradesh with an area of ​​168 square kilometers, this national park contains a wide variety of habitats and a large number of tigers. More than half of the area is covered by salt forests and there are stretches of bamboo and grasslands. Inside the park is the ancient Bandhavgarh fort and its caves, which date back to the 1st century BC. In the long-ago this area was control by the Maharaja of Rewa till it was chosen as a national park in the year of 1968. In addition to the tigers, there are also Chousingha (small four-horned antelope), chinkara (gazelle), Nilgai (blue bull), wild boars , jackals, muntjak (deer), sambar deer, chital or spotted deer, feral cat, striped hyena, porcupine, ratel, macaque rheses, black-faced langur and more.

In March and April, the gaur (Indian bison), move to the bottom of the hills and head to the central grasslands. As this park is relatively new, there is still a good chance of adding the birds that will be added to the list of some 150 species already compiled.

DAY 08: Bandhavgarh

In the morning and in the afternoon you will visit the national park by private vehicle. Lunch, Dinner and Accommodation

DAY 09: Bandhavgarh – Varanasi

Bandhavgarh – Varanasi: 370Km / 7-8 hrs

Breakfast. In the morning we will drive to Varanasi. With its array of shrines, temples, and palaces, rising on several levels from the shore, Varanasi is the holiest city for Hindus.

DAY 10: Varanasi

Breakfast. Early morning boat ride on the sacred Ganges River. Followed by a visit to the city of Varanasi, visiting the Benaras University, Durga Tulsi Manas and Bharat Mata Temples. At the end you will take a tour in the narrow streets of the markets.

Afternoon your guide will take you Buddhist holy place called Sarnath where Buddha came and delivered his first sermon. You will witness the evening prayer ceremonies on a sunset cruise on the banks of the Ganges River.

DAY 11: Varanasi – Agra

Breakfast at Hotel. In the morning you will transfer to the airport to take the flight to Agra. Upon arrival, immediately transfer to the hotel. In the afternoon visit the Red Fort (It was built by Emperor Akbar in the 16th century).

DAY 12: Agra – Jaipur via Fathpur Sikri & Abhaneri

Agra – Fatehpur Sikri: 40 Km / 01 Hour

Fatehpur Sikri – Jaipur: 205 Km / 03-04 Hours

Breakfast. In the morning we will go to Agra to visit the “Taj Mahal”. It is a unique beauty, not only for its design and the techniques used for its construction but for the desire and intention that inspired it, it was built as a monument to love, a manifestation of the most powerful emotion in life. It took the best artisans in the world approximately 20,000 workers and 20 years to complete this beautiful structure. Later, departure by road to Jaipur, on the way we will visit Fatehpur Sikri (Old capital of Mughal empire that was built by Emperor Akbar in the 16th century) and Abhaneri (open pits). Next, we will continue to Jaipur, the capital of Rajasthan, also called “the pink city” of India. Arrival and registration at your hotel.

DAY 13: Jaipur

The pink capital of Rajasthan is surrounded on all sides by rough hills. It is a walled city with seven gates for entry in the City. The Maharaja’s palace stands in the center of the city among charming gardens.

That morning riding elegantly ornate elephants, we will make our trip to Amber Fort to visit its palaces. We visit the City Palace, Jantar Mantar -a former astronomical observatory- and we will also see the ornate and elaborate Hawa Mahal -the “Palace of the Winds”

DAY 14: Jaipur – Delhi (Departure)

Breakfast. Departure by road to Delhi. Upon arrival, immediate transfer to the airport to take the return flight

Inclusions

Accommodation on Double / Twin Sharing basis

Nice and Comfortable Air – conditioned Car

English Speaking Local Guide as per itinerary

Daily Buffet breakfast in the Hotel as per Plan

02 Jungle Safari by Park Vehicle in Pench

02 Jungle Safari by Park Vehicle in Bandhavgarh

02 Jungle Safari by Park Vehicle in Kanha

Rickshaw ride in Old Delhi

Shared Boat ride at River Ganges in Varanasi

All Applicable Government Taxes

Exclusion

Any lunch, dinner, snack, mineral water etc. unless mentioned in the itinerary.

Entrance Monuments fees or Camera fee

Tips, gratuities

Portage, laundry, telephone calls, table drinks, or any other expenses of personal nature.

 

 

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