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With around 104 national parks situated in the India, this tour of 6 nights, 7 days will ensure an enthralling experience for the wildlife enthusiasts, with the most famous National parks located in the state of Madhya Pradesh, holding extremely diverse wildlife and ecosystem at the same time protecting the natural habitat. Begin your journey from Bandhavgarh National Park, famous for its mystical fort, promising a charismatic view of the whole masterpiece. It is also very prominent for the Tiger Reserve, paving a way to save the endangered species from extinction. Moving on to Kanha National Park with extensive biodiversity and home to rare species of wolf, tiger, deer etc. It is primarily known for the prey birds residing in the heart of the jungle including an exclusive museum and yet another tiger reserve for the endangered cat species. Behold the Pench National Park, a mirage of scenery depicted in “The Jungle Book” by the famous author Rudyard Kipling. This park, like in the book, has small villages in and around the periphery of the jungle and also houses wide variety of animals like the wild dog, jungle cat, wild boar, chital, jackal, hyena, bison and wolf. Enjoy variety of safari rides in the national parks and enrich your knowledge by discovering on your own!
Pick up: Dumna Airport (Jabalpur)
Drop: Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar International Airport, Nagpur / Nagpur Railway Station
3 Hours Before Flight Time
The Bandhavgarh National Park, the home of the white tigers was once the hunting ground for the kings during the olden days. The historical fort was erected in the rising ground popping out of the forest and provides a remarkable view of the fantastic jungle with wild animals especially the tigers spotted often because of their vibrant coat. It is located in the Vindhya Hills of the Umaria district in Madhya Pradesh stretching around 450 sq/ kms with a large biodiversity and species of the largest breeding population of leopards, various species of deer and also holds the highest density of tiger population in India. The park is sub-divided into three major zones of Tala, Magdi and Bamera out of which the Tala zone offering more tiger sighting opportunities. The park consists of mixed vegetations like tall grasslands and thick Sal forest, making it a perfect habitat for the present wildlife which are rarely seen animals like leopard and sloth bear and termed as the best known region for tiger tours and other conservation projects.
Moving on 250kms to the amazing Kanha National Park and Tiger Reserve, declared to be one of the finest wildlife environment in the world. Upgraded to a National park in 1955, Kanha is spread across an area of 1945 sq/kms including its core are and buffer region. The park enriches unfathomable landscapes and the luxurious meadows along with the wooded maroons of forests offer mesmerising sightseeing experience. Adorning the marvellous land, are the crystal clear streams amidst the dense jungle, cleansing the nature and nurturing the wildlife. This vivacious park, as Pench has also been a source of inspiration for Rudyard Kipling’s famous child fiction, “The Jungle Book”. The park has an ideal environment for wide variety of wildlife ranging from the tigers to Barasingha and several other species of plants, insects, animals and reptiles also making it perfect for the tourists due to its amazing infrastructure!
The rich biodiversity, and indefinable picturesque beauty is what describes the Pench National Park, deriving its unique name from the Pench river, the national park along with its subdivided territories into Priyadarshini National Park, Mowgli Pench Sanctuary (Rudyard Kipling’s child fiction Mowgli) and a small area stretching from the buffer zone between Madhya Pradesh and Maharashtra with a total of 758 sq/kms. Ranging from over 1500 species of fauna like Bengal tigers, Leopards, Blue-kingfisher and Crimson breasted barbet, the park is also blessed with flora like Mahua, White Kulu , and Amaitus, enduring the national park as a mirage of Jungle book and its adventures. The park is also home to humans with over 10 villages around the periphery, holding the rare image of good old days!
After arriving at Jabalpur airport, take a short ride to the small town of Bandhavgarh. Check in to your accommodation, followed by an evening Jeep safari (starting at 2:30 pm to 5:30) (timings may vary due to certain occasions) at Bandhavgarh National park, sighting various species of animals, especially Tigers speckled more frequently due to their vibrant coat.
Return to your accommodation after the safari.
Wake up early in the morning to enjoy the Fort safari that gives an epic natural aura rejuvenating the mind of individuals.
Return to your accommodation post safari, for breakfast. Spend the afternoon at leisure.
Post lunch head out on the Elephant safari, that gives an elevated view of the jungle and other wildlife, with the perk of elephants being respected and attack free by other animals.
Head back to your accommodation.
Our morning drive takes us to Kanha National Park, known for its ravishing mirage of the famous author Rudyard Kipling’s “The Jungle Book”.
Check in to your accommodation and rest, followed by an enthralling Elephant Safari (3pm to 6pm) organized by the forest department can be explored for an hour or half a day (4 hours) (timings according to the National Park).
The elephants are also appointed to patrol the park as a member of conservation. Reservation needs to be done upon the arrival.
Return to the accommodation at sunset.
Early morning, take a leisure stroll for bird-watching through a delightful paved path in the woods of the park. The naturalists of the forest lodge, arranges for cycling on request.
Return to the accommodation for breakfast and head out on an unforgettable Jeep safari to explore the exotic wildlife and hollow forest of Kanha National Park. The ride will be conducted by wildlife expert. 4×4 Suzuki jeep with specially fitted front-facing and elevated seats is arranged for an enchanting experience of the safari. Discover various flora and fauna till sunset from the late afternoon (The entrance timings differ with the change of season). Shravan Tal, Kanha Meadows, the Interpretation Centre and Bahamani Banjar are some of the best sightseeing places around the park. There are pristine little lakes within the park along with the Banjaar River and Gond tribal homes that can be visited during this jaunt.
Head back to the accommodation.
Post breakfast, continue on a 4 hours drive to Pench National Park, which is also (like Kanha) a depiction of Rudyard Kipling’s Jungle book with numerous unique safari zones.
Check in to the accommodation and refresh yourself followed by safari with the forest lodge Naturalist for Night drive (You can choose your own safari), discovering the bewildering wildlife and learning about the extensive species available in the park.
Return to your accommodation at sunset. End the day with an early dinner.
Post breakfast, take a ride to Kohka Dam or Village Sightseeing safari (you can chose your safari) and enjoy the lifestyle of the unexplored organic village and unusual wildlife off-road.
Return to the accommodation and freshen up, followed by Wolf Sanctuary – Khawasa (Night Patrolling) Safari (you can alter), discovering the most peculiar species of wolf with various tales and real life stories related to it, along with extravagant scenic expedition. (Remember Mowgli was brought up by wolves!).
Return to the accommodation for the night.
Post breakfast, start your safari from the Touria main gate for a small tour for tiger excavation (chose a safari), which is the most famous gate amongst the eleven, five of which lies in Madhya Pradesh and the rest lies in Maharashtra.
Note: You cannot cross to the Maharashtra side if you have entered from Madhya Pradesh.
Check-out of the accommodation and drive to the city of Nagpur, Maharashtra, for the flight/ train home.