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Day 1: Arrive Mumbai or Delhi and connect a local flight to Guwahati

On your arrival in Mumbai or Delhi you will be assisted to connect your onward flight to Guwahati.

Day 2: Guwahati – Kaziranga Drive (217 Km / 5 hours)

Kaziranga is a title of a remarkable success story of conservation of the One Horned India Rhinoceros and other wild lives in the North East India. It is not only the homeland of the Great Indian One Horned Rhinoceros, but also provides shelter to a variety of wild lives. The rare on-horned rhino (Rhinoceros unicornis) was almost driven to extinction during the 19th century and it was by a concerted effort by the government of India and the Assam state government that the conservation program for saving the one-horned Rhino from extinction was a great success.

Day 3: Kaziranga

The park contains significant stock of three other large herbivores - the Asian Elephant, the Wild Asian Water Buffalo and the subspecies Eastern Swamp Deer (Cervusduvauceli). A census on wild Asiatic Buffaloes in revealed the presence of 1,666 buffaloes - the largest single population of the species reported in this millennium.Assam is India's most populous state with respect to Asiatic Elephants (an estimated 5,500 out of a total of 10,000 wild Asiatic elephants in India live in Assam), and Kaziranga contains as many as 1,206 elephants .

Day 4: Kaziranga

Enjoy full day jungle activity.

Other felids include the Jungle Cat, Fishing Cat, and Leopard Cats. Small mammals include the rare Hispid Hare, Indian Grey Mongoose, Small Indian Mongooses, Large Indian Civet, Small Indian Civets, Bengal Fox, Golden Jackal, Sloth Bear, Chinese Pangolin, Indian Pangolins, Hog Badger, Chinese Ferret Badgers, and Particolored flying squirrels. Nine of the 14 primate species found in India occur in the park. Prominent among them are the Assamese Macaque, Capped, Golden Langur, as well as the only ape found in India, the Hoolock Gibbon. Kaziranga's rivers are also home to the endangered Ganges Dolphin.

Day 5: Kaziranga - Guwahati (217 Km / 5 hours drive) - Mumbai (by flight)

Drive back to Guwahati today to connect your flight to Mumbai.

Day 6: Mumbai - Diu (flight) Diu - Sasan Gir (110 Km / 3 hours)

Fly to Diu today, from where you will drive to SasanGir, home to Asiatic Lion.

The Unique ecosystem of Gir harbours about 38 species of mammals, around 300 species of birds, 37 species of reptiles and more than 2000 species of insects.

Day 7: Sasan Gir

Sasan Gir is the sole home of the pure Asiatic Lions (Panthera leo persica) and is considered to be one of the most important protected areas in Asia due to its supported species. The carnivores group mainly comprises Asiatic lions, Indian Leopards, Sloth bears, Indian Cobras, Jungle cats, Striped Hyenas, Golden Jackals, Indian Mongoose, Indian Palm Civets, and Ratels. Desert cats and Rusty-spotted cats exist but are rarely seen.

The main herbivores of Gir are Chital, Nilgai (or Bluebull), Sambar, Four-horned Antelope, Chinkara and Wild boar, Blackbucks etc.

Day 8: Sasan Gir

Full day is scheduled for jungle activities. The Asiatic Lions habitat is dry scrub land and open deciduous forest. These lions were once found across northern Africa, south west Asia and northern Greece. Now there are only around 411 left in the wild and all of them are in or around the Gir Forest National Park.

Day 9: Sasan Gir - Rajkot (180 Km / 3.5 hours drive) - Mumbai (by flight)

After morning game drive and lunch, leave to Rajkot to take the flight to Mumbai.

Day 10: Mumbai - Nagpur (flight) Nagpur - Pench (102 Km / 3 hours)

Fly today to Nagpur and then drive 4 hours to Pench

Day 11: Pench

Pench National Park, nestling in the lower southern reaches of the satpuda hills is named after Pench River, meandering through the park from north to south. It is located on the southern boundary of Madhya Pradesh, bordering Maharashtra, The Bengal tiger (Panthera Tigris) the tiger is one of the largest and most awesome predators in the world. This species undoubtedly fascinates every eye it meets. The size and colour vary according to the geographic location and climate. Tiger is solitary and territorial and the territory of an adult male may encompass territories of two to seven females. It is carnivorous and hunts for prey primarily by sight and sound.

Enjoy morning & evening game drives hunting for the majestic tiger in the wild.

Day 12: Pench - Kanha (175 Km / 5 hours)

Enjoy your last game drive in Pench. Then leave for another jungle in central India, Kanha.

Day 13: Kanha

At Kanha the majestic tiger is the keystone species. The big cats tigers and leopards are tertiary carnivores in the food chain. Besides the big cats wild dogs, wild cat, fox and the jackal are carnivores commonly seen at Kanha.Among the deer species Swamp Deer or Hard Ground Barasingha is pride of the place as it is the only sub species of swamp deer in India (Cervus Duavcelli Branderi). The animal is adapted to hard ground unlike Swamp deer's of the North which live in The gaur is the largest species of wild cattle, bigger than the African buffalo, the extinct aurochs, and wild water buffalo. The gaur is a strong and massively built species with a high convex ridge on the forehead between the horns, which bends forward, causing a deep hollow in the profile of the upper part of the head.

Day 14: Kanha

The lush sal and bamboo forests, grassy meadows and ravines of Kanha provided inspiration to Rudyard Kipling for his famous novel "Jungle Book". The Kanha National Park in Madhya Pradesh came into being in 1955 and forms the core of the Kanha Tiger Reserve, created in 1974 under Project Tiger. The Park's landmark achievement is the preservation of the rare hard ground Swamp Deer (Barasingha), saving it from near extinction.

Enjoy morning and evening game drives.

Day 15: Kanha - Jabalpur (170 Km / 4 hours drive) - Delhi (by flight)

Drive to Jabalpur to connect a flight to Delhi. On arrival in Delhi, met by our representative and transferred to international airport for onward flight.

Day 16: Departure Delhi

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