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Tiger Tour

Important Information

Tour Dates November (1st- 7th), 2020
Tour Price (Per Person) USD 1,248
Tour Category Tiger Tour
Single Supplement USD 2,221
Spaces Available 10

Description

Penetrating through the populous country of India will bring you to the majestic clan of Bengal Tigers that have been ruling this nation since antiquity. Being a significant member of the handful of Big Cats living on this planet, Bengal Tigers are favorite amongst the feline admirers for their incredible built, royal gait, unique patters of black stripes beautifully reflecting the ever shimmering orange color from a considerable distance. In our one of the wilderness journeys- Tigers Forever, we are all set to expose you to the royal turf of Bengal Tigers. The tour will kickstart in the deciduous forest of Bandhavgarh- an ultimate destination for birdwatchers, wildlife photographers, and big cat lovers. A beautiful amalgamation of sal trees and forested Vindhya range that has become to several species of birds, mammals, and reptiles, Bandhavgarh National Park also echoes with the laudable history- the ancient fort, centuries-old temples and inclined statue of lord Vishnu talk volume about the great civilization that thrived in the past. Pench National Park is the next destination in focus. Pench National Park is the next destination in focus.     
Exhibiting a beautiful amalgamation of vast grassland and thick forest covers, the national park is reverberating with the roars of bravery displayed by the resident tigers and their progeny. Around five hours drive from Pench will bring you to the last leg of the tour Tadoba National Park. Surging with wonderful sight of hills, meadows, valleys, and lakes, jeep safari in Tadoba National Park will make you unfold the mystical world of big cats dwelling in the region. The forest not only shy's away in giving you astonishing glimpse of Bengal Tigers and Asian Leopards, but it will also offers a nice view of the rich birdlife living in the region
 


Tour Fact Sheet

Bengal Tigers, Asian Leopards, Black Panther, Sloth Bear, Indian Pitta, Four-horned antelope, Indian Munjtac, Indian Pangolin, Chestnut-bellied nuthatch, Pied Kingfisher, Stork-billed Kingfisher, Blyth’s Leaf Warbler, Buttonquail, Long-billed Pipit, Blue capped Rock Thrush, Blue Rock Thrush, Orange-headed ground Thrush, Plain-backed Thrush, Scaly Thrush, Tickell's Thrush, Gray Tit, Purple Sunbird, Oriental White-eye, House Sparrow, Chestnut shouldered Petronia, Indian Silver bill, White rumpedMunia, Scaly- breasted Munia, Common Rose finch, White capped Bunting, Crested Bunting, Blue-bearded Bee-eater, Indian Roller, Common Hoopoe, Indian Grey Hornbill, Malabar pied hornbill, Brown-headed Barbet, Coppersmith Barbet, Eurasian Wryneck, Rufus Woodpecker, Scaly-bellied Woodpecker, Black-rumped Flame back

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    Weather

    Pleasant

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    Places to Stay

    Ecolodges

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    Best time to visit

    November to March

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    Tour Itinerary


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