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Day 01: Arrive Delhi
After scheduled arrival in Delhi’s Indira Gandhi International Airport, get your custom formalities cleared. One of our representatives will greet you at the arrival halls and later escort you to the boarding point to board a car and proceed towards designated hotel. Check into a hotel and stay there overnight.

Day 02: Delhi-Corbett (300Kms, 6.5 / 7Hrs drive)Bengal tiger in Corbett National Park, Nainital, Uttarakhand, India
After having early breakfast in the hotel depart for Corbett National Park. It is located in Nainital district of Uttarakhand, North India. It is the oldest national park in India. It was established in 1936 to protect the endangered Bengal Tiger. It was named after Jim Corbett, who played an important role in the establishment of this national park. The dense forest is home to 110 species of trees, 580 species of birds, 52 species of mammals and 25 reptiles.

Check into a hotel upon arrival in Corbett in afternoon. Spend rest of the time in leisure activities. Overnight stay at the hotel.

Day 03: Corbett (02 Jeep Safari)
Have a hot cup of tea and get ready to enjoy a game drive in an open jeep to see endangered Bengal Tigers as well as other wildlife animals, migratory birds and various species of trees. During three hours game drive, enjoy the most amazing flora and fauna of the park which do not fail to mesmerize visitors. Get back to the hotel for breakfast and relax.

Enjoy second round of jeep game drive during afternoon. Try your luck to spot tigers in a different zone of the national park. Get back to the hotel by evening and stay there overnight.

Day 04: Corbett-Delhi (300Kms, 6.5 /7Hrs drive)
Depart for Delhi. Check into a hotel upon arrival in Delhi. Spend rest of the time in leisure activities. Overnight stay at the hotel.

Day 05: Delhi-Jaipur (260Kms, 5Hrs drive)
Post breakfast in the hotel depart for Jaipur. Check into a hotel upon arrival by afternoon. Spend rest of the time in leisure activities or visit local markets with chauffer. Overnight stay at the hotel.

Day 06: In Jaipur (Excursion to Amber Fort + Half day City tour)
Explore the ‘Pink City’ and visit forts and palaces of unique and peculiar designs. Jaipur – capital of Rajasthan – has plethora of pink coloured painted walls of houses and government buildings. The city was founded in 1727 AD by erstwhile ruler of Amer, Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh II. Earlier its capital was Dausa (51 km from Jaipur). After shifting the capital from Dausa to Jaipur, major development work had kicked off and soon it became an impressive city with well-planned roads, gardens, royal palaces and forts as well as residential buildings. Amer Fort in Jaipur, Rajasthan

After having sumptuous breakfast in the hotel, a local tour guide will brief about the excursion plans and activities in the hotel’s lobby.

Post briefing session, board a car to visit Amber Fort. Halt and visit the ‘Palace of Winds’ en route. This place is also known as Hawa Mahal. The royal ladies and ladies of the court used to watch daily proceedings below the street from this elaborate facade.

During return trip visit Jal Mahal (Water Palace), located in the middle of the water, followed by a visit to City Palace, a famous landmark which is spread over a large area and occupies one seventh of the city. Walk to the adjacent Jantar Mantar or Astronomical Observatory made by the Maharaja of Jaipur. It has also been included in the list of worldheritage sites by UNESCO. Shop till you drop in the local markets. Look for souvenirs, traditional Rajasthani attires, colourful artefacts and articles.

Overnight stay at the hotel.

Day 07: Jaipur – Ranthamhore National Park (180Kms, 4.5/ 5Hrs drive)
Post breakfast in the hotel’s coffee shop depart for another popular wild life destination, Ranthambhore National Park. Located just 180 km from Jaipur, it is one of the View of T24 the largest tiger in Ranthambore National Parks, Rajasthan largest national park in Northern India spread over an area of 390 square kilometres. It was named after the historic Ranthambhore fortress. Earlier it was a wildlife sanctuary established by the Indian government, but later declared as tiger reserve to protect tigers and other wildlife animals in this natural habitat. Currently, it is considered one the best wild life destinations as it offers maximum possibility to spot tigers even during day time. Besides tigers, other wild animals such as leopard, Nilgai, hyena, sloth bear, jackal, wild boar and deers among others can be seen. Check into a hotel upon arrival in Ranthambhore and relax there.

In evening visit Ranthambhore fortress situated atop a hill overlooking the entire forest. Pictures of sprawling forest and breathtaking view of surrounding areas can be captured in camera.

Get back to the hotel and stay there overnight.

Day 08: Ranthambhore
Have a hot cup of tea in the hotel/resort and get ready to board an open jeep/canter to proceed towards forest where you may spot tiger(s), anywhere in the forest or near your jeep/canter, if you are lucky one! Keep your binocular handy and see these animals anywhere even atop the hill or thick forest. Amidst the chirping of birds, these wild animals can be spotted in their natural forest habitat. After three hours game drive get back to hotel/resort for breakfast and take rest. Enjoy another game drive in the forest to explore different zones of the park during second half of the day. Get back to the hotel in evening and stay there overnight.

Day 09: Ranthambhore-Agra (290Kms, 6Hrs drive)
Post breakfast at the hotel drive down to Agra. Visit the UNESCO-listed World Heritage Site –Fatehpur Sikri en route. This deserted red sandstone city was founded by the great Mughal Emperor Akbar as his capital and palace in the late 16th century. Several architecturally designed buildings mesmerise visitors. The most popular buildings are Buland Darwaza, Jama Masjid, Tomb of Salim Chishti, Diwan-i-Aam, Panch Mahal and so on. Continue your drive towards Agra after spending an hour here. Agra is 45 minutes drive from this place. Check into a hotel upon arrival. Taj Mahal, Agra, India

After freshen up, get ready to explore this historic city. Agra, one of the prominent tourist destinations in Northern India, is located on the banks of river Yamuna. It had served as the capital of Delhi Sultanate under Sultan Sikandar Lodi, who had shifted his capital from Delhi to Agra in 1506 AD, and his son, Ibrahim Lodi, who had succeeded him. Post Ibrahim Lodi’s defeat by the first Mughal emperor, Babur, in the first battle of Panipat, in 1526 AD, the capital had been shifted to other location. Agra had seen drastic changes and development during this golden period. Many splendid buildings were constructed during these years, including Taj Mahal. It is one of the seven wonders of the world and attracts visitors from across the world. Check into a hotel after a drive of four hours. Later, proceed for a half-day city’s tour. Visit Taj Mahal built by Mughal emperor Shahjahan in 1630 to enshrine the mortal remains of his beloved queen Mumtaz. Also, visit Agra Fort.

Get back to the hotel and stay there overnight.

(Taj Mahal remains closed every Friday)

Day 10: Agra-Jhansi (By Train)-Drive to Orchha / KhajurahoChaturbhuj Temple, Orchha, Madhya Pradesh, India
Proceed towards Agra Cantonment Railway station to board a train for Jhansi. Reach Jhansi Railway Station after a journey of two hours. Our representative will reach and greet you in the respective train compartment. The person will help you deboarding the train. Later, board a car to reach Khajuraho (170kms from Jhansi).

Visit Orchha (15kms from Jhansi) on your way to Khajuraho. It was founded by Rudra Pratap Singh, a Bundela Rajput chief, who became the first king of Orchha in around 1501 AD. Visit some of the architecturally designed magnificent monuments such as Orchha Palace, also known as Jehangir Mahal, built in 1598 by Bharath Bhusan. The place is one of the finest and most vivid examples of classical Mughal architecture. Also, visit Chaturbhuj Temple, Ram Raja Temple and Raja Mahal among other places.

Continue your drive towards Khajuraho after spending two hours. It will take another four hours to reach Khajuraho. Check into a hotel upon arrival by evening. Spend rest of the time in leisure activities. Later, enjoy sound and light show in the Garden of Western Group of Temple which depicts the life and time of Chandela rulers and their dynasty. This show of five minutes duration delves into the history of Chandela dynasty, the story behind the construction of various erotic temples as well as importance of these group of temples. Get back to your hotel and stay there overnight.

Day 11: Khajuraho-Panna (30Kms, 1Hr drive)
Post breakfast in the hotel depart for Panna (30 km from Khajuraho). It is one of the largest Tiger reserves in India spread over an area of 542 square kilometres. This well maintained national park has won many awards and accolades. Check into a hotel upon arrival. After freshen up, enjoy game drive in the forest during afternoon. Spot various wild animals and species of birds in this natural habitat.

Get back to the hotel and stay there overnight.

Day 12: Panna – Bandhavgarh
Post breakfast in the hotel/resort, proceed towards another wildlife destination – Bandhvgarh National Park. It is one of the most popular tiger reserve in India. The park derives its name from a hillock in this area. Ample number of tigers increases the chances to spot them. Besides tigers, one can spot leopards, various species of deer, Indian Bison, Guar, Nilgai among other animals. This park is a home to 37 species of mammals, 80 species of butterflies, 250 species of birds and other endangered wild animals among others. Check into a hotel upon reaching here by evening.

Overnight stay at the hotel.

Day 13: BandhavgarhA tiger in Bandhavgarh National Park, Umaria, Madhya Pradesh, India
Enjoy game drive in an open jeep and roam in the forest in morning. Besides spotting tigers and their footprints in the thick forest one can see many species of flora and fauna. Keep exploring to spot the tiger. Get back to a hotel for breakfast.

Revisit the forest in the afternoon. Visit a different zone this time and keep a strict watch to see tiger and capture its pictures.

Get back to the hotel/resort by evening and stay there overnight.

Day 14: Bandhavgarh – Kanha(260Kms, 5Hrs drive)
Post breakfast in the hotel leave for third wildlife destination of central India. Check into a hotel upon arrival in afternoon. Relax and spend time in leisure activities. Overnight stay at the hotel/ resort.

Day 15: Kanha (02 Jeep Safari)
Enjoy jeep safari in morning and evening. Continue your expedition to spot tigers and other wild animals, birds and a number of other species of flora and fauna. Overnight stay at the hotel in Kanha.

Day 16: Kanha-Pench (120Kms, 4Hrs drive)Leopard in Pench National Park, Madhya Pradesh, India
Post breakfast in the hotel/resort depart for next wildlife destination – Pench. It is the fourth national park located in Madhya Pradesh. It was named after Pench river which flows through the forest. Earlier it was a sanctuary, but in 1983 it was declared the national park. This national park is popular for Bengal Tigers and some other species of mammals and reptiles. Some of the wildlife species can be spotted easily, including wild dog, sloth bear, monkey, striped hyena, four-horned antelope and jackal among others.

After a journey of three-four hours, check into a hotel upon arrival in Pench national park. After freshen up, enjoy an open jeep safari to explore the flora and fauna. Get back to hotel/resort and stay there overnight.

Day 17: Pench – Nagpur (160Kms, 4Hrs) /Mumbai (By Flight)
After having breakfast in the hotel proceed towards Nagpur Airport to board a flight for Mumbai. Visitors will be escorted to hotel after reaching Mumbai Airport. Spend rest of the time in leisure activities. Overnight stay at the hotel.

Day 18: Mumbai – Full day city tourThe Gateway of India in Mumbai, India
Post breakfast in the hotel visitors will be taken to Gateway of India. Take the first boat in the upper deck to reach Elephanta Caves. This pleasurable boat ride to reach caves is a thrilling journey for visitors. First boat departs at 9:00 am and thereafter boats depart in every 30 minutes. The last boat leaves Gateway of India at 2:30 pm. From Elephanta Caves the first return boat starts at 12 noon and the last boat departs at 5:30 pm. Elephanta Caves are a group of caves with religious carvings on the ‘Elephanta’ Island (also known as ‘Gharapuri’). There are five Hindu caves and two Buddhist caves located here. The highlight is a 20 feet ‘Trimurti’ or three-headed Lord Shiva. Get back to a jetty to Gateway of India in the afternoon.
Later, proceed for half-day long city’s tour and visit places such as Prince of Wales Museum, Haji Ali Dargah, Dhobi Ghat, Chowpatty Beach and Marine Drive.

Get back to the hotel and stay there overnight.

Day 19: Mumbai-Rajkot-SasangirThe Gir Forest National Park and Wildlife Sanctuary (known as Sasangir), Talala Gir, Gujarat, India
Have breakfast in the hotel and get ready to depart for Mumbai Airport to board a flight for Rajkot. Our representative will greet you at Rajkot Airport. Proceed towards Sasangir National Park, the largest national park in India spread over an area of 1,412 square kilometres. Located in Gujarat, it is home to the Asiatic Lions and is the most protected area for wildlife. It used to be the hunting ground of Nawabs of Jungagarh. Hunting has been banned and conservation efforts have been given a boost after a decline in the number of Asiatic Lions. With the help of Forest Department, NGs and some wildlife activists, hunting and poaching have been prohibited that led to a rise in number of lions. It has become one of the most popular wildlife destinations in the country. Check into a resort in Sasangir forest after a journey of four hours.

Overnight stay at the resort.

Day 20: Sasangir
Get up early in the morning and after freshen up have a hot cup of tea/coffee and board an open jeep to explore the forest and see Asiatic Lions (or their footprints or feel their presence) in their natural habitat. Apart from lions visitors can spot diverse species of flora and fauna. Get back to the resort for breakfast. Spend rest of the time in leisure activities till scheduled departure for a second round of jeep safari in the forest to visit a different zone.

Get back to the resort and stay there overnight.

Day 21: Sasanir-Rajkot (170Kms, 4.5Hrs drive)/ Bangalore (By Flight)
Post early breakfast in the resort, check out and proceed towards Rajkot Airport to board a flight for Bangalore. Check into a hotel upon arrival and stay there overnight.

Day 22: Bangalore-Bandipur National Park
Take breakfast in the hotel and depart for Bandipur National Park. It was established in 1974 as tiger reserve under ‘Project Tiger’ and later declared as National Park to protect tigers and other species of flora and fauna. It was once the hunting grounds of the Maharaja of Mysore. Located in Karnataka, it is one of the largest and most popular national parks in India. It is spread over an area of 878 square kilometres. Check into a hotel upon arrival by afternoon. Relax or spend time in leisure activities.

Overnight stay at the hotel.

Day 23: Bandipur
Set out early morning to visit National Park and to see tigers as well as wild animals. Do not forget to capture pictures of these rare species. Besides tigers, visitors will spot diverse endangered population of wild animals such as four-horned antelopes, gaurs, sloth bear, muggers, barking dogs and Indian elephants among others. Visitors will get to know about diverse species of flora such as rosewood, clumping bamboo, Indian kinoo, satinwood among others. Get back to the resort for breakfast.

Enjoy second round of jeep safari in the afternoon. Explore the surrounding areas and catch a glimpse of wild animals in different zones. Get back to the resort and stay there overnight.

Day 24: Bandipur-Bangalore-Guwahati(By Flight)
Post breakfast in the resort depart for Bangalore Airport to take a flight for Guwahati in evening. Check into a hotel upon arrival and stay there overnight.

Day 25: Guwahati – Kaziranga National Park (220Kms, 5Hrs drive)One Horn Rhino, Kaziranga National Park, Assam, India
Take breakfast in the hotel and depart for Kaziranga National Park, located 220 kms from Guwahati – the capital of Assam (East India). This national park has been declared the World Heritage Site. It is home to Great One Horned Rhinoceros. It is the only national park in India where one can see rhinoceros. There were more than 1651 rhinoceros, according to Census 2011. Apart from rhinoceros, one can spot tigers trying to hide in the thick forest or on running after deer or buffalo. Check into a resort upon arrival in Kaziranga.

After freshen up, enjoy jeep safari to experience rare sight of rhinoceros and tigers – both at one place. After exploring the forest, get back to the resort for a night stay.

Day 26: Kaziranga National Park / Guwahati / Kolkata by Flight
Enjoy second round of jeep safari to spot tigers and several other endangered wildlife animals and birds.

Get back to the hotel for breakfast and later depart for Guwahati. Take a flight to Kolkata from Guwahati. Board a connecting flight for respective destinations. This concludes almost month-long wildlife expeditions across India.

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