7 Nights/ 8 Days
National Parks visited
Mumbai, Nagpur, Kanha, Jabalpur, Delhi
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Day 1: Arrive Mumbai

Arrive Mumbai by an International flight.

Meeting and assistance on arrival at Mumbai Airport and transfer to hotel.

Mumbai (Bombay) is the vibrant and pulsating capital of Maharashtra. For over a century, Mumbai has been a commercial and industrial centre of India with a magnificent harbour, imposing multi-storeyed buildings, crowded thoroughfares, busy markets, shopping centres and beautiful tourist spots. The British acquired Mumbai from the Portuguese in 1665 and handed it over to the East India company in 1671 for a handsome annual rent of Sterling Pounds 10 in Gold !. Later, these seven islands were joined together by causeways and bridges in 1862. Overnight in Mumbai.

Day 2: Mumbai

Morning: Visit the 19th century Jain Temple with its silver doors, the Kamala Nehru Park and the Ferozshah Mehta Gardens known as the Hanging Gardens of Bombay and the Towers of Silence where the Parsis dispose their dead. Visit Mani Bhavan where Mahatma Gandhi spent 17 years of his life working for the freedom of India. The Prince of Wales Museum has an excellent collection of miniatures (closed on Mondays). Afternoon at leisure (No vehicle at disposal) Overnight in Mumbai.

Day 3: Mumbai - Nagpur - Kanha

Morning departure transfer from the hotel to the airport to board flight (9W 111: 0710 / 0825 hrs) to Nagpur. Meeting on arrival at Nagpur airport and drive to Kanha (275 kms / 7 hrs)

Kanha, 175 kms southeast of Jabalpur, is one of India's largest national park and Asia's finest park. India's one of the most successful conservation efforts ofsaving the Barasingha (Swamp Deer) was done here. Kanha National Park covers an area of 1945 sq kms including a core zone of 940 sq kms. The setting of Kipling's 'Jungle Book', it is a beautiful area of forest and lightly wooded grassland with many streams and rivers. It is the home of a variety of animals including tiger, panther, and many species of deer, wild pig, bison, a variety of monkeys and other animals besides some 200 species of birds. It is also part of 'Project Tiger,' one of India's most important and successful conservation efforts.

Overnight in Kanha.

Day 4. Ranthambore

Morning drive to Ranthambore National Park, the former hunting ground of the Maharaja of Jaipur. Arrive Ranthambore and check - in at hotel. Generally a visit to Ranthambore means a visit to the tiger reserve here. Afternoon visit Park in jeep in search of tiger with your naturalist.

Day 5: Kanha

Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner at the Lodge. Game drives are organized by The Park both in the early mornings and late afternoons by open jeeps and will be accompanied by a trained naturalist. Once the tiger is spotted anywhere in the jungle, through radio contact with the drivers, visitors will be driven to the location and then taken by elephant back to the actual site to see the tiger. This is an excellent arrangement and is very exciting. The park is closed between July 01 and October 31 owing to the monsoons. Morning and afternoon proceed on a game drive to the sanctuary. Overnight in Kanha.

Day 6. Kanha

Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner at the Lodge. Morning and afternoon proceed on a game drive to the sanctuary. Overnight in Kanha.

Day 7. Kanha

Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner at the Lodge. Morning and afternoon proceed on a game drive to the sanctuary. Overnight in Kanha.

Day 8. Kanha - Jabalpur 180 kms

Morning Jeep Safari in the park. Afternoon drive to Jabalpur to take a train to Delhi.

Day 9. Arrive Delhi

Departure to the International airport.