The national parks of India give the opportunity to tourists to see the wildlife closely and have a spine-chilling experience. The famous national parks in India such as the Jim Corbett National Park, Kanha National Park, Bandhavgarh National Park, Ranthambhore National Park, Sunderbans, Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary, Bharatpur Wildlife Sanctuary, and many more – give an opportunity to enthusiastic travels to come face to face with wild animals.

Jim Corbett National Park:

This national park, spread across 520 square kilometers, is located close to Nainital and is a great destination to spot tigers. It is also a home for many other animals and species such as the deer, sloth bear, monkeys, red foxes, leopard, jackals and others. Moreover, this national park is well connected to cities such as Delhi, Nainital and Moradabad.


Bandhavgarh National Park 

Located in Umaria district, Madhya Pradesh, the Bandhavgarh National Park is spread over an area of 105 square kilometers. This national park depicts large biodiversity with animals such as leopards, deer, white tiger, number of reptiles, 80 species of butterflies and many more. The Tigers seem to be at increased risk due to increased mining activities around this national park. Moreover, the park is divided into three zones named as Tala, Magadhi and Khitauli.


Ranthambhore National Park

Located in northern India, the Ranthambhore National Park is sprawled across an area of 392 square kilometers. This national park is mainly known for its Bengal tigers in their natural jungle habitat. Other animals widely seen include leopards, striped hyena, sloth bear, mugger crocodile, langurs, nilgai, wild boar and others.


Kanha National Park :
Located in central India in the state of Madhya Pradesh, the Kanha National Park is sprawled across an area of around 1,945 square kilometers. It is considered to be one of the most well maintained national parks of Asia.. The two separate parts which divide the park are known as the Banjar and the Hallon as per the rivers that flow across them. Many animals are found here such as the elephants, monkeys, hyenas, leopards, black buck, deer, chital and others.

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Day 1: New Delhi
India is a luxury destination for travelers flocking to the country in unprecedented numbers and yet Delhi is considered by many as merely a transit city. New Delhi is the capital city of India. Being a cosmopolitan city, there is a wide range of cultures to be experienced. The city tour will cover Laxmi Narayan Temple, Parliament House, India Gate, Red Fort, Jama Masjid, Humayun's Tomb, Gandhi Memorial and Qutub Minar. Stay overnight in the hotel.

Day 2: New Delhi -  Ranthambore
From the ancient Mughal era we will take you to Nature’s bank. The best place to Tiger lovers is Ranthambore National park. Elephant safari and open jeeps are ideal ways to explore majestic predators of the jungle including Cheetal, Chinkara, sambhar, and around 300 species of birds.

Day 3: Ranthambore
Ranthambore had always been a center of attraction for nature and animal lovers. Spanning for around 500 sq km, Ranthambore provides exclusive flora and fauna of Ranthambore. The park is a good repository for birds as well as it has around 272 species of birds. The day would start with Safari. Safari would help you a lot in understanding the nature of Ranthambore national park.

Day 4: Ranthambore - Bharatpur
On this day, we would be moving from Ranthambore to another national park – Bharatpur bird sanctuary. Bharatpur is quite popular as Kaledoghana national park. Spanning an area 232 Sq. Kms, Bharatpur tends to attract travelers from all across nations. Since this would be your second park in a row, we would want you to have nature walk. This would be a perfect retreat to for people who are amidst nature. Then after some rest, a safari would complete your day. There are different zones in Bharatpur, depending on the time you would visit here, you would be able to explore them.

Day 5: Bharatpur – Agra
On this day, we would leave Bharatpur and move to nearest destination – Agra. Though a small city of Uttar Pradesh, India, Agra is known all over the world. If you have heard of Taj Mahal, then you must know that it nestles silently in Agra for decades. The marble masterpiece sparkles Agra with its illuminance and is the major tourism stat buster of Agra. In Agra, we would have booked a room for you so rest your luggage there. You also relax for an hour and then after brunch, we would board the bus and head towards Taj Mahal. As for its history, Taj Mahal was created by Shahjahan for Mumtaz Mahal. It was a gift given to dead Mumtaz by Shahjahan and there by standing as a testimonial of love.

Day 6: Agra - Umaria Bandhavgarh) (By Overnight Train) 
Carrying memories from the Agra, your coach would move at a moderate speed letting you glimpse out and capture some scenic views of the park.

Day 7: Bandhavgarh 

Spanning over Vindhya hills, Bandhavgarh is another famous National Park of India. The park has around 250 species. On this day, after resorting to our wildlife resort, we would leave for our wildlife expedition. We would book our Jeep Safari and Elephant Safari. Each Jeep Safari would take six visitors. You can drive your own four wheelers in the company of an authorized guide and then an Elephant Safari would be 2 hr ride in the jungle during which sightings would be dependent on the tracking skills of the guide. From there you would be taken back to your wildlife resort where your food would be served.

Day 8: Bandhavgarh 
This would be our second day at Bandhavgarh national park. After a sumptuous breakfast, we won’t wait to be a part of yet another Elephant safari, which would cover all the exotica of Bandhavgarh National park. Slowly and steadily we would cover the many fiestas of the national park. Later we would return to our resort where our food would be served. Spend the later half of the day in leisure or trek the grounds of Bandhavgarh. Bird watching would be an exciting activity. Ask our tour executive about Bird Watching, he would give you a perfect narration on that. Come back to your resort after delighting your senses and dine in our restaurant. Overnight stay in the hotel.

Day 9:  Bandhavgarh - Kanha 
From Bandhavgarh National park we would leave for Kanha National Park. It is one of the best national parks in India. We would resort to a wildlife resort and after having some food we would leave for a bird watching tour. This would be a great experience, as it would bring you closer to the park. The park is home to “ Bar Singha”.

Day 10: Kanha 
The park houses as many as 22 species. Spanning over an area of 1945 sq km, in Kanha National Park you would find 175 varieties of birds. The site is also famous for enclosing Tigers. Kanha National Park spans an area of 2000 sq km and has a horse-shaped valley and grasslands, which are surrounded by the Satpura Mountains. There is number of things to do in Kanha National Park – Tiger Spotting, Birding, exploring Kanha Museum and Raja Rani are just a few to name.
Return from Kanha National Park to resort to remembering the known and unknown beauty of the park. From the resort, you would travel back to Kanha National Park. Return back to your hotel. For an overnight stay.

Day 11: Kanha - Nagpur 
From Kanha National park we would leave to Nagpur. The city is known as the Orange capital of India and boast a number of attractions like Balaji Seminary and Shatabdi Fort. If possible we would visit an Orange farm to spectacle the nature of the Nagpur. Overnight stay in the hotel.

Day 12: Delhi
From Nagpur, we would leave for Delhi, from where you would board your flight to onward destination.


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