The luxury wildlife tour takes you on a seventeen day adventure in India, where you will visit four of the most famous wildlife sanctuaries of north India at Ranthambore, Bandhavgarh, Kanha and Pench. Alluring India is recognized tour operator by Travel Operators for Tigers (TOFT), and aim at sustainable luxurious wildlife tourism.
On day 3, you will travel overland from Delhi to Ranthambore.
Ranthambhore was the scene of royal hunting parties. Today, it is famous for its tigers and is one of the best places in the country to see these majestic predators in the wild. The tigers can be spotted quite often even during the day, busy in their normal pursuits – especially stalking or hunting and taking care of their young.
The land of the royalty, the city of kings, Jaipur. You will drive to Jaipur, enroute take a stop at Geejgarh Village for lunch. The city of Jaipur is the prime example of the culture and traditions of this region. In this land, towering forts were built as much for ostentation as for intimidating the enemy and desperate battles were fought by rulers who were great patrons of the arts.
On day 7, you will travel overland from Jaipur to Agra. The city of Taj Mahal, Agra. You will drive from Delhi to Agra, which takes approximately 4 hours. It is situated along the banks of the River Yamuna and attracts thousands of tourists every day from all over the world. Agra, with its laid – back lifestyle and its immense wealth of architecture, handicrafts and jewelery, is amongst the most remarkable city of the world.
On day 9, you will take a train from Agra to Bandhavgarh. Located in the central Indian state of Madhya Pradesh, Bandhavgarh National Park is known for a large population of royal Bengal Tigers. Other animals in the biodiversity park include leopards, deers and different bird species including eagles.
The Pench National Park like it did in iconic 'Jungle Book', still brings humans in close contact with wildlife. Pench, with its majestic tigers and several other animals and birds is truly enthralling.