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Royal Bengal Tiger Tour with Taj Mahal
Kolkata > Sunderbans > Kolkata > Nagpur > Kanha National Park > Bandhavgarh National Park > Jabalpur > Agra > Delhi
Royal Bengal Tiger Tour Package: Overview
Holiday Travel India introduced Royal Bengal Tiger Tour in which you will cover India's most famous national parks Sunderban, Bandhavgarh and Kanha National Park. These parks are well known place for watching royal Bengal tiger. This package is a perfect way to explore the Royal Bengal Tiger. The Tiger land bandhavgarh and Kanha are known as the biggest mangrove forests around the globe with a massive population of Royal Bengal Tigers. The Bengal Tiger or Panthera Tigris is one of the most majestic creations of Mother Nature.
The Royal Bengal tiger is the national animal of India as an incredible sight in Asia whose roar can be heard two miles away and they are highly endangered animals. With its orange hide marked with dark stripes, its white underbelly, long tail, huge paws and fearsome teeth, so that’s why it is justifiably called the "King of the Jungle.”
This package is starts from Kolkata and ends at Delhi but the highlight of this package is that we take you to Taj Mahal with this Bengal Tiger tour.
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Royal Bengal Tiger Tour Package: Highlights
Enjoy wildlife in open jeep safari and elephant ride/ safari
Enjoy watching The Royal Bengal tiger and different kinds of fauna at very nearly
Extraordinary views of wildlife of Bandhavgarh and Kanha National Park
Enjoy Tribal Dance and Camp-Fire at resort
Tribe Village tour in Bandhavgarh with local guide
Enjoy Sunderban safari by boat
Visit World's one of seven wonder "Taj Mahal"
1 nights accommodation in Sunderban on twin sharing basis
2 nights accommodation in Sunderban on twin sharing basis
2 nights accommodation in Bandhavagrh on twin sharing basis
2 nights accommodation in Kanha on twin sharing basis
1 nights accommodation in Agra on twin sharing basis
2 Jungle safaris in Bandhavgarh on sharing basis with Guide
2 Jungle safaris in Kanha on sharing basis with Guide
1 River boat safari in Sunderban
Breakfast, lunch and dinner
Sightseeing as per itinerary
All toll taxes, parking charges and driver night hault
Any personal expenses
Other than Inclusion
Hotels Used in the Package
Standard Package Resorts
Bandhavgarh Meadows (Bandhavgarh) - TA Rank 4.0 - Certified in Excellence
Jungle King Resort (Kanha) - TA Rank 4.0 - Certified in Excellence
Jungle Lodge (Sunderban) - Certified in Excellence
Hotel Madhushree (Agra) - TA Rank 3.5 - Certified in Excellence
Deluxe Package Resorts
Nature Heritage Resort (Bandhavgarh) - TA Rank 4.5 - Certified in Excellence
Seven Tiger Resort (Kanha) - TA Rank 5.0 - Certified in Excellence
Jungle Lodge (Sunderban) - Certified in Excellence
Hotel Bhoomi Residency (Agra) - TA Rank 4.0 - Certified in Excellence
Luxury Package Resorts
Kings Lodge (Bandhavgarh) - TA Rank 4.5 - Certified in Excellence
Kanha Earth Lodge (Kanha) - TA Rank 5.0 - Certified in Excellence
Jungle Lodge (Sunderban) - Certified in Excellence
Hotel Clarks (Agra) - TA Rank 4.0 - Certified in Excellence
On arrival at the airport meet with our representative and transfer to the hotel. Overnight stay in Kolkata.
Morning after breakfast drive to Basanti. From Basanti you will be transferred by motor fitted country boat to the tourist lodge located in the Sunderbans. Sundarbans is home to Royal Bengal tigers, Ridley Sea Turtles and many other wildlife species. In afternoon you will set out to explore the wildlife from the watchtower near the lodge. Overnight stay will be at the tourist lodge.
Morning after breakfast full day river cruise with packed lunch. Later you will have a halt at Sudhanyakhali watchtower (where you may spot the Royal Bengal Tiger) and you will also get to view the Mangrove forests from the creeks. Overnight stay at the lodge.
Early morning drive to Howrah Railways station to board the train for Nagpur. Geetanjali exp- Lv. 1255 hrs. Arrv. 0735 hrs. next morning. Overnight on board.
On arrival proceed to Kanha national park which is the place to visit one of the most densely populated Bengal tiger reserve of India. Upon arrival check in to resort and have lunch. In evening time you may stroll for nearest viewing places of Kanha National Park and you may enjoy camp firing, tribal dance or involve the activities of resort for fun. Overnight stay in Kanha
After served tea/ coffee in resort you will go for Morning Jungle safari to take pleasure of the royal Bengal tigers visit with different kind of flora and fauna. Attend the morning jungle safari of Kanha National Park in Kanha zone. Sighting of Tigress with cubs can be possible in early morning in this zone. Just before sunset as tiger mating mostly take place in kanha zone. Later come back to resort and have breakfast.
After post lunch, again proceed for the evening Jungle safari of kanha national park in Mukki Zone which also a possible zone of capturing the king of wildlife “Royal Bengal Tiger”. Evening jungle safari which is starts by 2:30 pm and over by 5:30pm. Later come back to resort and overnight stay in Kanha.
Morning after breakfast proceed to Bandhavgarh which is famous for their highest density of Royal Bengal Tiger per unit area of forest. After 4 hours drive reach the park and check in to resort. Later have delicious lunch at resort, after that you may go for local tribe village tour and take photography at these places. Rest of the day free at your leisure. Enjoy camp firing, tribal dance, indoor games and different activities at resort. Take dinner and overnight stay at resort in Bandhavgarh.
After have tea/coffee in resort, early morning you will go for Jungle Safari in Tala zone by 6 am. Our gypsy will pick you from resort and take you to tala zone which is the premium and richest zone in terms of biodiversity, mainly Royal Bengal Tigers with their amazing wildlife sanctuary. Morning Jungle safari ends by 10:30 am, later come back to resort and have breakfast. At your leisure you may enjoy swimming, indoor games and different activities of your resort.
After post lunch, you will go for evening Jungle Safari starts by 2:30 pm in Magdhi zone which is also a popular tiger safari zone of tiger reserve and it shares boundary with Tala zone. After returning at resort about 5:30 pm and Tea/Coffee Biscuits would be served in the evening. Later take dinner and may enjoy camp firing, tribal dance. Overnight stay at resort in Bandhavgarh.
Morning safari to the national park. In the evening transfer to the Umaria railway station to board train for Agra. Overnight on board.
On arrival at the railway station meet with our representative and transfer to the hotel. In the afternoon City sightseeing tour of Agra visit the world famous Taj Mahal, Sikandra, Akbar's tomb. It-mad-uddula's tomb. Agra fort. Overnight stay at hotel.
Visit Taj Mahal at dawn. Then drive to Delhi. On arrival check in at hotel. Overnight at hotel.
How to reach Bandhavagrh
By air: The nearest Airport for Bandhavgarh National Park is Jabalpur & Khajuraho. Jabalpur 200 Kms / 04 Hrs Drive & Khajuraho 250 Kms / 05 Hrs Drive from Bandhavgarh. One can get regular flights for Jabalpur & Khajuraho from all major airports of India.
By railway: The nearest railway stations for Bandhavgarh National Park are Umaria & Katni. Umaria is 35 Kms (45 Minutes drive) & Katni is 100 Kms (02 Hrs drive) from Bandhavgarh.
By road: The nearest Airport for Bandhavgarh National Park is Jabalpur & Khajuraho. Jabalpur 200 Kms / 04 Hrs Drive & Khajuraho 250 Kms / 05 Hrs Drive from Bandhavgarh. One can get regular flights for Jabalpur & Khajuraho from all major airports of India.
Best time to spot Royal Bengal Tiger in Bandhavgarh and Kanha National Park
The park is open from 15th of October till 30th June. Months of April, May and June are considered the best time to watch Royal Bengal Tiger. During this time, we can expect of tigers as heat causes animals to remain close to water sources. Limited water sources will enable us to predict the animal location more accurately. During this time all Zones have good number of active water sources and the area have hills of sand-stone that retain water from long time and also felt cool during day time so Royal Bengal Tiger sighting chances in these Zones are far better than any other tourist National Park. Close to water source, we may be lucky enough to find unusual spting of Royal Bengal Tiger making kill or resting in water etc.
The opening hours are scheduled to accord roughly with the seasonal variations in climate, as well as with the length of the day at different seasons. There is always a mid - day break, so that employees may eat lunch and rest and the animals may have respite to the jungle. The hours are subjected to change because of special conditions; if there is a heavy rain, the park tourism routes will be temporarily hazardous, or official activities such as census taking May scheduled. In practice, "sunrise" and "sunset" are interpreted “dawn" and "dusk" with vehicles being admitted at 6:30 A.M., for example, if sunrise occurs at 6:50. The gate attendants tend to be stricter about exit times, since darkness follows sunset quite rapidly at this latitude.
Things to do in National Park
Enjoy open Jeep safari and elephant ride with the company of local guide
Tribe Village tour and Camp-Fire at resort
You may take tiger’s photograph along with other animals like hard ground barasingha, leopard, gaur, sloth bear, wild dog and many others.
Enjoy the indoor activities of your resort i.e. Carom board, Chess, Cards etc
Facts to Know About the Royal Bengal Tiger
Night vision of the tiger is approximately six times better than humans
To mark their territories, they scratch trees and use their urine.
Unlike other members of the cat family tigers are good swimmers and can go easily inside water for cooling themselves and in the pursuit of prey.
A tiger’s brain may weigh over 300g which is believed to be the largest among carnivores after the polar bears.
Just like human fingerprints, the stripes on each tiger are unique.
For trapping their prey, tigers are often found imitating the sound of other animals. Bears constitute a major part of the tigers’ diet as very often their habitats overlap.
There are very small numbers of tigers who develop a taste for human flesh.
Tigers’ saliva contains antiseptic elements. That is why they lick their wounds to disinfect them.
Tigresses become fertile for only four to five days in the entire year.
Tigers can guess the gender, age and reproductive status of other tigers smelling their urine markings.
It takes 30-40 days for a human to die of starvation whereas a tiger will die within two or three weeks.
Tigers have a better memory than any other animals including humans. They have a hundred times better memory than dogs and dozens of times better memory than primates.
Tigers can run at a speed of approximately 60km/h for short distances.
Tigers are conscious about the rights of females and kids. That is why when several tigers assemble around a kill, they wait for the females and kids to eat first. Whereas, it is just the opposite in the case of lions.
About Sunderban National Park
Sunderbans national park is located at the South Eastern tip of the 24 Paraganas district in the state of West Bengal. It got its name from one of the mangrove plants known as Sundari (Heritiera Minor). The Sundarbans are a part of the world's largest delta formed by the rivers Ganges,Brahmaputra and Meghna. Sundarban is a vast area covering 4262 square kms in India alone, with a larger portion in Bangladesh. 2585 sq. kms of the Indian Sundarban forms the largest Tiger Reserve and National Park in India. The total area of the Indian part of the Sundarban forest, lying within the latitude between 21°13'-22°40' North and longitude 88°05'-89°06' East, is about 4,262 sq km, of which 2,125 sq km is occupied by mangrove forest across 56 islands and the balance is under water.
The four Sunderbans national parks have been lumped together as they all share common features of the estuarine mangrove ecosystem. The main attractions of the Sunderbans are the Tiger, of which the delta harbor large reptiles like the Monitor Lizard, Estuarine Crocodile and the Olive Ridley Turtle, for which there is a conservation programme in the Indian park. The Leopard, Indian Rhinoceros, Javan Rhinoceros, Swamp Deer, Hog Deer and Water Buffalo have all become locally extinct from the delta in recent decades.
Best Season (Sunderban National Park)
The best time to visit Sunderbans is during winters between December and February.although the park is open for longer from September to March. This is the period when the maximum migratory birds are also present here.
How to reach Sunderban National Park
The Sunderbans are not easily accessible. To get to the Sunderbans national park in India the nearest airport is Calcutta, the nearest railway station is Canning, and the nearest town is Gosaba. From the park headquarters at Canning take the country motor launch (5 hours) to Sajnekhali.