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Day 1: Arrive in Delhi

On arrival in Delhi you will be met by our representative and transferred to your hotel.

Half day city tour of Delhi

Day 2: Delhi - Agra (Train 12002 ‘0615/0812’)

Leaving Delhi behind we depart for Agra early in the morning by one of the fastest trains of India.

Breakfast is served on board in the train by the time you finish your breakfast, you are about to reach the erstwhile capital of Hindustan (now India).

Visit the world famous TajMahal built by Shah Jahan in 1630 for his queen MumtazMahal to enshrine her mortal remains.

Day 3: Agra - Jhansi (by Train -12002 at 0812/1048 hrs) Khajuraho (176 Km / 4 hours drive) via Orchha

Depart for Agra Railway station early in the morning with a packed breakfast to catch a train to Jhansi.

Arrive at Jhansi railway station, where our representative will meet you and assist you for transfer to Khajuraho.

En-route visit Orchha

Evening visit ‘Light and Sound’ show in the western groups of temples in Khajuarho.

Day 4: Khajuraho - Panna (45 Km / 1 hour)

After breakfast visit Western & Eastern group of temples.

Depart for Panna National Park

Evening boating & birding in Ken River

The mysterious atmosphere of the Panna National Park is supplemented by the sound of the music of these wonderful creatures. The forest is home to some 235 odd species of birds. Truly magnificent! The list includes a number of Winter Migratory birds too.

Day 5: Panna

Enjoy the mornings and evenings Safari in the park.

The main forest types in the Park are Tropical Dry Deciduous Mixed Forest with Teak Tectona grandis.

In a checklist prepared by the Wildlife Institute of India 228 species of birds have been listed, but lately six more (Yellow-legged Button-quail, Barred Buttonquail, Slaty-breasted Rail, Brown Hawk Owl, Brahminy Kite and the Grey-necked Bunting) have been added.

Day 6: Panna - Bandhavgarh (230Kms / 5 hours)

After morning safari and breakfast depart for Bandhavgarh with packed lunch

Day 7: Bandhavgarh

Bandhavgarh National Park is one of the Finest Tiger reserve in Central India having the largest density of tigers in the world in its natural habitat.This famous tiger hunting area was once owned by the erstwhile Maharaja of Rewa. It was handed over by him to the Government in 1968..

The Park has extensive Sal forest, hills, valleys, rivers, marshes and meadows, resulting in varied floral and faunal diversity. The forest is dominated by Sal and Bamboo. The vegetation of the Park is Tropical Moist Deciduous. There are mixed forests in the higher reaches of the hills.

Enjoy Morning and Evening Safari into the Park

Day 8: Bandhavgarh - Kanha (250 Km / 6 hours)

Bandhavgarh National Park holds about 242 species of birds. Besides the two critically Endangered Vulture species, the Lesser Adjutant and Sarus Crane are also found.

After morning Safari enjoy Breakfast depart for Kanha with packed lunch

Day 9: Kanha

Enjoy Morning and evening safari in the park

Kanha National Park (Tiger Reserve) in the central Indian highlands is well known as a world-class natural heritage site due to its diversity of large mammals, but not many people know that it is also an excellent bird watching area. It was declared a Tiger Reserve at the inception of Project Tiger.

Day 10: Kanha - Pench (250 Km / 5 hours)

After short morning safari & breakfast depart for Pench with packed lunch.

Day 11: Pench

Pench Tiger Reserve is named after the Pench River, which flows from north to south through the Reserve. The Reserve is located in the southern reaches of the Satpura hills. The terrain is undulating, with most of the area covered by small hills and steep slopes on the sides.

The main forest type of the area is Southern Tropical Dry Deciduous Forest. The area is criss-crossed by numerous seasonal streams and nullahs. The Pench river which flows through the centre of the Reserve is dry by the end of April, but a number of pools, remain which serve as waterholes for the wildlife. A few, perennial springs also exist in this area. The Pench reservoir at the centre of the Reserve is one of the major water sources during the summer period.

Enjoy Morning and Evening Safari

Day 12: Pench- Nagpur (150 Km/ 4 hours)

Pench has most of the mammals of central Indian forests, such as the Tiger, Leopard, Sloth Bear, Chinese Pangolin, Chital, Sambar, Barking Deer, Bluebull or Nilgai, Wild Boar, and Gaur, Jungle Cat, Leopard Cat, Striped Hyena, Wild Dog, and Common Mongoose are the smaller carnivores. The Freshwater Crocodile is found in the reservoir.

After Morning Safari Depart for Nagpur for onward flight to Delhi/ Mumbai

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