Jungle Safari Package Tour
- Nature / Eco
- Price from:
- 16000 INR /person
- Payment Types:
- Credit Card
- Travellers cheque
- Wire Transfer
- 6 days
- 7 hours
- Location Start:
- kanha national park
- Location Finish:
- kanha national park
- Start time:
- 06.30 am
- End time:
- 07.30 pm
- We Speak:
Last updated: 10/23/2006
Jeep & elephant safaris in the kipling country to observe the rich flora & fauna, evening bonfires, tribal dances, the entire eco-friendly ambience is purely magical.
Observe Jungle life at its best
Day 01 : New Delhi : Jabalpur by overnight train : Departure assistance at the railway station to board the overnight train to Jabalpur.
Day 02: Arrival Kanha National Park
Well known for its deer and tiger population, Kanha National Park is one of the most popular national parks in Madhya Pradesh. The fauna at the park was believed to have been the inspiration behind Rudyard Kipling's famed classic Jungle Book. The park is spread over an area of 1945 sq km with a core area of 940 sq km. Kanha National Park was declared a sanctuary in 1952 and in 1955 the park was converted into national park. The park was declared a tiger reserve in 1974, when the Project Tiger was launched.
Met at the railway station & drive towards Kanha National Park.Reach Kanha by lunch time, check into your Jungle Resort & get ready for the evening game drive. World renowned for its population of tigers, Kanha National Park provides excellent opportunities for observing these magnificent animals in the wild on jeep drives and elephant back, while this lushly forested country is immediately familiar to readers of Rudyard Kipling, it has also recently been the site of extensive research on the ecology of tiger, deer, languor, Barasingha deer, guar and wild dogs. Over night at the Resort.
Morning evening game drive in Kanha game reserve. Spend the full day viewing game and spotting Tigers inside the Jungle. The park is considered as one of the most popular wildlife sanctuaries, where you can spot a tiger. Tigers are what attract most wildlife enthusiasts to Kanha National Park. The other wild animals that you can see at Kanha National Park include barasingha deer, spotted deer, leopard, sambar, (chital), monkeys, bluebull (nilgai), wild dogs, the Indian bison (gaur) and wild boar. The park is an excellent example of conservation. Kanha National park is home to over 200 species of birds, which has made the park quite popular among birdwatchers and ornithologists. Some of the birds that you may see in the park include flycatchers, egrets, jungle fowl, kingfishers, herons, partridges, teals, warblers, quail and woodpeckers.
Over night at the resort
Day 4 : Kanha
Morning & evening game drive in Kanha game reserve. It was here at Kanha that the eminent zoologist George Schaller undertook the first ever-scientific study of the tiger. The animals at Kanha are best observed from elephant back and the open country makes the chance of sightings reasonably good. Deer are seen along the maidans and gaur at Bamhindadr or in the Bishanpura Sondhar - Ghorella area of the Mukki range. This area is also ideal for spotting the dhole or wild dog. Langurs, wild boar, water fowl and birds are also commonly seen. Over night at the resort.
Day 5 : Departure kanha
We must leave Kanha behind and make an early morning start for Jabalpur en route visit Nerbudda Club to see the Original Snooker Tables. (The game of snooker was originated from Jabalpur Nerbudda Club) . Lunch at Hotel Board Super Fast train at 3 P.M. Packed Dinner will be served on train.
Arrival New Delhi
- Inclusions -
- Train tickets Delhi/Jabalpur/Delhi
- Exclusions -
- Expenses of personal nature, camera fees etc
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