India - the land that evokes flights of imagination and curiosity, a canvas of spectacle and colour. A profusion of races and cultures, and the magnitude of their legacies, are evident today. This extroverted journey takes you along an extraordinary route, full of lore and splendor, punctuated by photographic attractions, and features diversity. You will visit Kanha, Pench & Satpura National Parks for it’s all the astonishing diversity in its wildlife population along with an option to visit to Agra to see monument of love-Taj Mahal.
Tag 1Arrive Mumbai-Nagpur
Arrive Mumbai, the financial capital of India. On your arrival at international airport in Mumbai and after clearing customs & immigration, our representative will welcome you at the airport arrival lounge with Silkroad Travels / Classic Expeditions signboard and will assist you to board . Flight for Nagpur. Upon you arrival at Nagpur airport, you will be met and transfred to the hotel for overnight stay. Overnight at hotel.
After breakfast drive to Kanha National Park. Our drive takes us through rural countryside & colorful town & villages of Madhya Pradesh. Upon arrival, check into wildlife lodge. Kanha National Park i set on The Chhota Nagpur Plateau in Madhya Pradesh. Kanha provides breath taking vistas of grassy plains and strands sal forests. This 366 sq mile preserve was set to save two endangered species i.e. Tiger and The Barasingha. The park offers a variety of species including tigers and leopards, Cheetal, Gaur, Barking Deer, Sambhar Deer and the endangere Barasingha Deer. Overnight at Lodge.
Tage 3 und 4Kanha
Morning Jungle Safari and after breakfast transfer to Pench National Park. Pench National Park is located in the Central Indian state of Madhya Pradesh and is the 19th Project Tiger Reserve and has been one of the best-kept secrets among wildlife enthusiasts who have long been acquainted with and bedazzled by its immensely varied flora and fauna. No wonder the area providing a backdrop for it's animal character dominated by fairly open canopy of mixed forest, predominantly teak, with open grassy patches, the park with its undulating land boasts the highest density of herbivores in any Indian park. It has a large diversity of wildlife, including Leopard, Tiger, Jungle Cat, Dhole (Wild Dog), Sloth Bear, Wild Boar, Mongoose, Gaur and the highest density of Herbivores including Cheetal (Spotted Deer) and Sambar. Upon arrival check-in to the Lodge. Note-National parks in Madhya Prdaesh remains closed for afternoon safaris on Wednesdays. Overnight at the Lodge. (B/L/D)
Morning Jungle Safari & after breakfast, drive to Satpura. Satpura National Park is located in south Hoshangabad district in Madhya Pradesh. The 524 Sq km Park is the core area of the Panchmarchi Biosphere Reserve that includes Bori wildlife sanctuary to its south-west and Panchmarhi wildlife sanctuary to its north-east. The park has an elevation of 320-1,352m with tall sandstone mountains, narrow gorges, ravines, water falls, streams and dense forests near the Mahadev hills in the Pachmarhi plateau. The area boasts of two unique species of tree – the sal and the teak besides wide varieties of ferns, mango trees, butterflies and birds. Upon arrival at Satpura check into the lodge. Dinner and overnight at Lodge, Satpura. (B/L/D)
Tage 7 und 8Satpura
After breakfast drive to Bhopal to board flight for Mumbai. This is the end of your booked journey.
- Übernachtungen wie angegeben in 3 Sterne - Unterkünften (Ü) Verpflegung wie angegeben (FS/B -Frühstück, L-Lunch, AE/D-Abendessen)
- Flüge (Economy class inkl. 15kg Freigepäck) und Flughafengebühren
- Örtliche indische englischsprachige Reiseleitung
- In den Parks sind Fahrer und Natur- Guide inklusive
- Unterbringung in 2 – Bett – Zimmern
- Einzelzimmer – Unterbringung gegen Aufpreis (auf Nachfrage)
- Spezial Permits, wo nötig
- Sämtliche Transfers in geeigneten Fahrzeugen
- Eintrittsgelder in die angegebenen Objekte
Nicht im Preis enthalten
- Internationale Flüge (Preise ab Europa ab circa 600 €, Stand 01/2017)
- Indien – Visum (circa 90 €, Stand 01/2017)
- Kamera und Video - Gebühren
- Trinkgelder, die in Indien üblich sind
- Dinge des persönlichen Bedarfs
- Alle Sonderkosten, die hervorgerufen werden durch unvorhersehbare Ereignisse (Naturkatastrophen, Politik, Arbeitskämpfe etc.)