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Wild & Tribal India

14 Days
  • Wild and Tribal


Delhi – Ranthambore – Bahartpur – Agra – Bandhavgarh – Jabalpur – Kanha – Kawardha – Raipur – Delhi

Day Wise Plan

Day 01 Delhi. This would be the start for your upcoming Wild & Tribal India tour

Arrive Delhi meet & greet and transfer to Hotel. Relax for some time and make yourself prepare for upcoming adventures Wild & Tribal India tour.

Day 02 Delhi

Full day sightseeing tour of New & Old Delhi

Day 03 Delhi/Ranthambore – by Train

Train to Ranthambore 0755/1310 Hrs by Golden Temple Exp.

Pm: Jeep Ride into the jungle to see the wild animals including tiger if you are lucky.

Day 04 Ranthambore

Morning & Evening visit park to see the wild animals.

Day 05 Ranthambore/Bahartpur (191 Kms)

Drive to Bharatpur & PM: Visit Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary (Keoladeo Ghana national park) by Cycle Rickshaws. Bharatpur is a famous avifauna sanctuary that plays host to thousands of birds especially during the winter season. Over 230 species of birds are known to have made the National Park their home.

Day 06 Bahartpur/Agra (56 Kms)

Leave for Agra via Fatehpursikri. Visit Taj Mahal & Red Fort. Take overnight train to visit central India, wild life and Tribes.

Day 07 Agra/Bandhavgarh (40 Kms)

Morning arrive Umaria & drive to Bhandavgarh. Pm: Jeep Ride to explore the National Park and its unparalleled count of Tigers.

Day 08 Bandhavgarh

Two visit to explore the national Park on jeeps.

Day 09 Bandhavgarh/Jabalpur

Drive to Jabalpur. Pm: Boat ride through famous marble rocks of Bhedagaht & then visit Dhuandhar falls.

Day 10 Jabalpur/Kanha (250 Kms)

Drive to Kanha, evening see project Tiger Picture & Talk on jungle.

Day 11 Kanha

Full day jungle activities at Kanha

Kanha is one of the tiger reserves of India and the largest national park of Madhya Pradesh state in India. The park has a significant population of Royal Bengal Tiger, leopards, the sloth bear, Barasingha and Indian wild dog.

Day 12 Kanha/Kawardha

Drive to Kawardha to see the Baiga Tribal folks. Visit 11th century temples at nearby Bhormadev with beautiful carving, step wells & excellent bird watching.

The Baiga tribes practice shifting cultivation in forest areas. They saw themselves as people of the forest, who could only live on the produce of the forest.

Day 13 Kawardha/Raipur (117 KMS)

Leave for Raipur & passing by tribal villages.

Day 14 Raipur/Delhi – Fly

Fly from Raipur to Delhi or Mumbai & Departure transfer to international airport for flight to further destination.