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A 10-days holiday in search of the birds and mammals of central India’s lesser known National Parks and Tiger Reserves – Tadoba, Pench and Satpura – plus an optional extension to Kanha National Park.

You can explore the wilderness of some of the unknown national parks of central India.  Visitors can have the unmatched experience of the lesser known national parks and tiger reserves. Tourists can visit Tadoba National Park in an open gypsy to see the tigers closely. It is one of the oldest national parks of Central India. It has lots of natural and beautiful things to show. After Tadoba, visit other national parks such as Pench and Satpura that can make the tour more adventurous for the tourists. The landscape of these national parks is extremely rocky and consists of fascinating deep valleys, sandstone peaks, waterfalls, dense flora etc.  The scenic charm of these national parks can give immense feeling of adventure with the mind expanding experience.

A visit to the Kanha National Park will unquestionably give you an exotic feeling. The parks’ flora and fauna makes Kanha one of the most well maintained national parks in Asia.

Tour Plan

Day 01 Arrive Mumbai

Arrive Mumbai Our executive will receive you at the Mumbai airport and escort you to the hotel for hassle free check in & discuss about the sightseeing & other travel information. Overnight stay

Day 02 Mumbai/Nagpur(flight)-Tadoba National Park (flight & 03 ½ Hrs drive)

Today morning transfer to Mumbai airport to board the flight to Nagpur.On arrival met to our executive and transfer to Tadoba National Park. Tadoba Andheri Tiger reserve is one of the eminent Tiger reserves in India. It is not yet explored by wildlife enthusiast as compare to other National Park like Kanha, Bandhvagarh & Ranthambore National Park.

Day 03 & 04 Tadoba National Park

Wildlife Attraction: As many as 40 Tigers are reputed to survive here, plus a great many other mammals such as Leopard, Sloth Bear, Gaur, Wild Dog, Striped Hyena, Jungle Cat and Chousingha (the Four-horned Antelope), not to mention a rich birdlife. Best of all, although the park hosts local day visitors, the numbers of overseas tourists are negligible since there is only one place to stay, a pleasing six-roomed lodge on the outskirts of the reserve. Flora: Its hills support a dense tropical dry deciduous forest, largely made up of Teak and bamboo, carved by the Andhari River.
Morning and afternoon Jungle safari in National Park to see wild animals. Overnight stay

Day 5 Tadoba –Pench National Park (Surface 05 ½ Hrs drive)

Today morning visit National Park and head out to Pench National Park for 02 night stay. A spectacular natural reserve set among typical Central Indian teak jungle, Pench offers a quiet and secluded game viewing experience.The major attractions of the park are: Wildlife Attraction: In addition to the Bengal Tigers, Pench has several endangered species including Leopard, Deer, Blue Bull, Indian Bison, Wild Boar, Hyena and Sloth Bear. Pench is a birdwatcher’s paradise with home to almost 250 species of birds. Flora: Pench National Park has charming landscape with forested area that is a blend of dry deciduous forest and tropical moist deciduous forest, and bamboo groves and grass lands. Overnight stay

Day 6 Pench National Park

Morning and afternoon Jungle safari in National Park to see wild animals. Overnight stay

Day 7 Pench-Satpura National Park (Surface 07 Hrs drive)

Today early morning last encounter to Tiger before heading to Satpura National Park which is long drive After long drive reach at Satpura National Park for 03 night stay Satpura National Park is very beautiful, with diverse habitats and several options for wildlife viewing, including walking, elephant rides, boats as well as the normal jeep excursions. And above all else it’s quiet, so a complete contrast to the renowned tiger reserves.Overnight stay

Day 08 & 09 Satpura National Park

Satpura offer unique experience to visit National Park. Here we take 04 Jungle safari
Wildlife Attraction: The mammal watching is good with sloth bear, gaur and wild dog sightings. There's also a good possibility of tiger, leopard, wolf, hyena, wild boar, muntjac deer, chital deer, sambar, nilgai antelope, chausingha, and Rhesus Macaques. Interestingly it is the only place in Central India to harbour Malabar Giant squirrels and mouse deer.
Flora: The flora of the national park consists of mainly sal, teak, tendu, aonla, mahua, bel, bamboo, and a variety of grasses and medicinal plants.
We will also get the opportunity to enjoy the bird watching and wildlife viewing by boat, canoe or kayak and ride on the elephants for an hour to visit otherwise inaccessible areas of the forest for close-up views of the mammals. Overnight stay

Day 10 Satpura National Park –Bhopal/Mumbai (Surface 04 Hrs drive & flight)

We take our final morning game drive in Satpura Tiger Reserve and hope to end our stay with some special sightings. After spending four memorable nights in Satpura we drive for four hours to Bhopal, the capital of Madhya Pradesh, visiting the 10,000-year-old rock shelters of Bhimbetka en route. Later continue drive to Bhopal airport to board evening flight to Mumbai to connect your international flight.

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