The Great Indian Jungle Safari Tour Package in Central India15 Nights-16 DaysPackage Code: HTPC000761
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The Great Indian Jungle Safari Tour Package in Central India
Duration: 16 Days / 15 Nights
Destination Covered: Delhi – Khajuraho- Bandhavgarh – Kanha National Park – Jabalpur - Bhopal - Satpura National Park - Indore – Mandu – Mumbai
The Great Indian Jungle Safari Tour Package: Overview
Holiday Travel India Pvt Ltd presents most visited Central India Jungle Safari package to explore central India great jungles with unknown heritage sites. We start with capital of India & reach Khajuraho by air / train, explore erotic sculptures & Buddhist Temple. Later visit Bandhavgarh and Kanha national parks bordered by the majestic Vindhyachal Mountains, mighty rivers and the Malwa Plateau, we spend 10 nights in central hinterland, In these 10 days we also visit Jabalpur, Bhopal, Indore, Ujjain, Mandu.
We also customize tours as per your requirement and we welcome you to heart of India (India ka Dil Dekho). In this package you enjoy THE GREAT JUNGLES of India inspired by rudyard kipling & lived on by Mowgli's adventures
The Great Indian Jungle Safari Tour Package: Highlights
Delhi: First Explore the major tourist attractions of Delhi including India Gate, Red Fort, Qutub Minar.
Khajuraho: UNESCO world heritage site & spectacular erotic sculptures
Bhopal: Bhopal Site Seeing including the Moti Masjid, Shaukat Mahal, Lakshmi Narayan temple, Bharat Bhavan, Rastriya Manav Sangrahalaya, Lower Lake and the Upper Lake. Visit Sanchi Stupas covering Stupa 3, Ashoka Pillar, Mauryan apsidal and Temple 17.
Bandhavgarh National Park: Jeep safari at Bandhavgarh National Park
Kanha National Park: Elephant/Jeep safari at Kanha National Park Guided tour
Satpura National Park: Jungle safari & Night Safari
Ujjain: City of Temple (Pilgrimage Place)
Maheshwar - Mandu: Heritage Monuments
16N/17D Standard Package
Chd- 2 star Hotels
16N/17D Deluxe Package
Chd- 3 star Hotels
16N/17D Luxury Package
Chd- 5 star Hotels
Hotels used in this Package
|No. of Nights
|Khajuraho Temple View
|Nature Heritage Resort
|Jungle king Kanha
|Seven Tigers Resort
|Kanha Earth Lodge
|Hotel Grand Delite
|Madhai Riverside Lodge
|Denwa Back Water Escape
|Hotel Sonali Regency
|Hotel Amar Vilas
|Jeha Numa Palace
|Hotel Aamantran Avenue
|Hotel Mittal Paradise
|Hotel Anjushree inn
|Hotel South Avenue
|Hotel Radisson Blu
|Hotel Malwa Retreat
|Hotel Malwa Resort
MAPAI:- Breakfast & Dinner | APAI:- All Meals
15 nights accommodation on twin sharing
Meals plan as mention above
2 Jungle safari in Bandhavgarh
2 Jungle safari in Kanha
2 Jungle safari in Satpura
Guide charges in Khajuraho
All sightseeings in provided ac private care
All toll taxes, Parking charges, Driver night hault
Any Airfare / railway fare
Any personal expenses
After reaching the Delhi airport, check into Hotel. After few hours of rest, proceed to major tourist attractions starting with India Gate, Red Fort, Qutub Minar then you can try some street food.
Return to the hotel in the evening for dinner and overnight stay.
Post breakfast, proceed to Khajuraho via flight. check-in at one of luxury hotels. Take some rest & proceed on guided tour of Khajuraho. Visit the famous Chandela dynasty temples. Later in the day visit the Western Group of temples, dedicated to Lord Shiva and Lord Vishnu includes Kandariya Mahadeva temple, Matangeshwar temple, Lakshmana temple, and the Varaha temple. Enjoy a sumptuous dinner and overnight stay at the hotel.
In the morning after breakfast, drive to Bandhavgarh. As you reach Bandhavgarh, get accommodated at one of our listed resorts. After resting for a while at the hotel, proceed to explore the Bandhavgarh Fort. Later in the day visit the Baghel museum. The Baghel museum preserves the personal belongings of the Maharaja of Rewa. Also visit the Tala village that has many mud houses and abounds with natural landscapes. In the evening return to the resort for dinner and overnight stay.
Next morning set out on an excursion to Bandhavgarh National Park. This small national park is perfect for game viewing. All over India, the density of tiger population is highest known in Bandhavgarh National Park. Enjoy jeep/elephant safari to explore the park while visiting animals in their natural habitat. The best time to take a jeep safari is from dawn until about 10 am and from 4pm until dusk. On return to the resort enjoy sumptuous dinner and overnight stay.
Early in the morning leave for Kanha National Park. The Kanha National Park is one of the finest wildlife areas. The park is filled with large varieties of fauna and is best known for the swamp deer. On reaching Kanha National Park, get accommodated at one of listed wildlife resort. In Kanha National Park explore the rich flora which features numerous vegetative attractions around the vicinity. Later in the day enjoy bird watching being accompanied by the naturalist. In the evening return to the resort for dinner and overnight stay.
Early in the morning, move out to enjoy jeep safari to observe wildlife at the thick and lush green forest of Kanha National Park. The jeep safari provides you with the flexibility to explore especially those places, which are difficult to travel via any other mode of transportation. Single day jeep safari can be done two times a day, one in the early morning hour and other in the late afternoon. After the safari return to the resort for dinner and overnight stay.
In the morning after breakfast, drive straight to Jabalpur. Jabalpur is an ancient city situated on the bank of Narmada River. Upon reaching Jabalpur, check-in at one of our enlisted hotels. Relax for a while in the cozy comfort of your hotel room before embarking on a sightseeing tour to the major tourist attractions of Jabalpur. The attractions scheduled for the day include Bhedaghat, Chausatyogini, Balancing Rock and the Rani Durgavati Memorial. In the evening visit Dhuandhar waterfall that is located just 25 km from Jabalpur.
Dhuandhar falls - Marble rocks - boating in Narmada - Bhedaghat - Jabalpur
In India, we have our own version of Niagra falls, which is known as Dhuandhar Falls. The Dhuandhar Falls are located on Narmada River. The Narmada River, making its way through the world-famous Marble Rocks, narrows down and then plunges in a waterfall known as Dhuandhaar. The plunge, which creates a bouncing mass of mist, is so powerful that its roar is heard from a far distance.
"Dhuandhar Falls, literally meaning smoke cascade". Dhuandhar fall of Bhedaghat is about 3 Kms. away from it. Dhuandhar is a picturesque point. It’s called Dhuandhar because heavy fog is formed due to intermittent mist and water spray at its mouth.
Added attraction is the cable car & ropeway in Bhedaghat to get best view of Dhuandhar fall. Dhuandhar fall remains closed during monsoon season. Ropeway ride offers you a chance to capture the roaring waterfall from the front. Ropeway traverses just above the waterfall and offer you one of the closest and widest views of the magnificent fall.It’s truly an overwhelming delight for the travelers seeking exotic landscapes.
The area has many tourist activities. There is a cable car to take visitors across the gorge, row boats for guided tours of the river downstream of the falls, and many small shops filled with crafts made from the local materials.
Special Note :- If you are there in the night of full moon, the eternal beauty of this place is just exceptional.
After the excursion at the Dhuandhar waterfall return to the hotel dinner and overnight stay.
Post breakfast, proceed to Satpura national park and checkin to hotel. After have lunch you may go for evening jungle safari. Here advance safari booking is highly recommended. Park is open from October to June month and remains closed for Evening safari on every Wednesday.
All the visitors are mandatory to carry their original identity document with them, during jungle safari drive. All the safari vehicles are accompanied by one safari guide on compulsory basis, allotted by forest department. Evening safari starts by 2:30 pm and end by 5:30 pm then come back to resort and enjoy at your wild resort.
Overnight stay in Satpura national park.
Today early morning get ready for Jungle safari as here safari gates is located across the Denwa river so every tourists have to cross the river, on motorboat, with not additional cost. It is the best way to begin the safari drive. After crossing the river, one more attraction is waiting for you.
Here you can find some wild tamed animals like spotted deer, blue bull, chinkara etc. They lives around these office and Forest department rooms, available on rent and feed by department employees. From here you will get the safari vehicle and then proceed for safari drive. Satpura national park offers sightseeing of mammals, birds and reptiles. After returning back from morning safari drive, take short break, have lunch and then you may proceed for evening safari drive (chargeable basis).
Overnight stay at resort in Satpura national park.
Post breakfast, transfer to Bhopal, magnificent city of Nawabs. Stop midway to visit the Sanchi. The great stupa at Sanchi is the oldest structure in India and is commissioned by the emperor Ashoka. The other major attractions of Sanchi include Stupa 3, Ashoka Pillar, Mauryan apsidal and Temple 17. On reaching Bhopal, check-in at one our listed hotels. After resting and relaxing for a while in your hotel room, proceed to a sightseeing tour of Bhopal.
After breakfast visit for major tourist attractions of Bhopal include Moti Masjid, Shaukat Mahal, Lakshmi Narayan temple, Bharat Bhavan, Rastriya Manav Sangrahalaya, Lower Lake and the Upper Lake. Retire for the night at the hotel.
After breakfast in the morning leave for Ujjain. On reaching ujjain at noon, check-in at one our listed hotels. After some rest in a hotel, proceed to a Mahakal Temple Darshan and other local famour temple of ujjain and after dinner Retire for the night at the hotel.
Early morning drive to Indore, the largest city of Madhya Pradesh. Upon reaching Indore, check-in at one of our listed hotels. After straightening your backs for a while in your hotel room, embark on a sightseeing tour of Indore. The major tourist hotspots of Indore include, Kanch Mandir, Mahatma Gandhi Hall, Indore Museum, Nehru Park, Chhatris and the Lal Bagh Palace. In the evening you may visit Chokhi Dhani, the Rajasthan heritage resort built on the outskirts of Indore. This Rajasthan heritage resort is a perfect place to experience the rich culture and heritage of Rajasthan from close. Stay the night in the hotel.
The 12th day of the tour is reserved for a visit to temple town of Omkareshwar and Maheswar. Post breakfast, set out for a road journey to Maheswar. Stop midway for sightseeing at the famous pilgrimage center of Omkareshwar. Also visit the Omkar Mandhata temple, Omkareshwar Parikrama and an old palace. After the visit to Omkareshwar proceed to visit Maheswar. On reaching Maheswar visit the major tourist attractions of Maheswar including Ahilyeshwar temple, Queen’s Palace, Jaleshwar temple and the Rajarajeshwara temple. After the visit, continue drive to Mandu.
On reaching Mandu, check-in at one of our listed hotels for dinner and Overnight stay.
Early morning after breakfast, proceed to a guided tour of Mandu. This tour will cover all major sightseeing attractions of Mandu like Roopmati's Pavilion, Hoshang's Tomb, Hindola Maha, Jahaz Mahal and the Ashrafi Mahal. Enjoy dinner and overnight stay at the hotel.
In the morning after breakfast, drive to Indore. On reaching Indore drop you at airport for onwards journey. Tour ends
Best time to see tigers in India
October to April is classed as the ‘best time to visit’ India. This is because the climate is cooler which means game drives and travelling will be far more comfortable. Throughout these months, viewing the tigers and the other wildlife in the national parks is fantastic, however, the scenery does change extremely quickly with the ever increasing temperatures.
Central India Tours
Central India or the heart of India is a reflection of the country’s rich and dense history. Madhya Pradesh is a reservoir of wilderness and is well known for its wild life reserves. The Bengal tiger, an endangered species, can be seen in its full glory roaming these sanctuaries, along with other species like leopards, elephant, barasingha, etc. Pench, Kanha and Bandhavgarh are the most popular of the nine national parks which are a must visit here (Bandhavgarh has the highest mass of tigers in the world).
Elephant Safari In India
Riding on an elephant’s back is a truly unique way of experiencing a jungle safari. Elephant safaris in India also happen to be safer and more reliable than other modes of transportation during jungle safaris. There are many organized elephant safari tours in India. Adding this kind of tour to your itinerary will add a new dimension to your entire holiday experience that you are sure to cherish through a lifetime.
Almost all the national parks and wildlife sanctuaries situated across the country offer the Elephant Safari in an organized manner. It is the best way of transport in the dense and rugged terrains that cannot be accessed through jeeps or any other means.
Elephant Safari in Bandhavgarh National Park : The Bandhavgarh National Park that spreads only for 105 sq km is the place with the highest density of tigers in India. It is located in the heart of the country, in the state of Madhya Pradesh about 200 km Northeast of Jabalpur.
This park never disappoints its visitors and offers splendid views of the royal beast and 22 species of other mammals such as the jackal, the fox, the Rhesus monkey and the hyena. Equally rich in housing birds, this place has about 200 species of birds including Jerdon’s leaf bird, the crested serpent eagle, the variable hawk eagle, and the pigeon.
Elephant Safari in Kanha National Park : Kanha National Park is situated in the central state of Madhya Pradesh and spreads across an area of 940 sq km. Also a tiger reserve, this park has the unique distinction of being the sole inspiration behind Rudyard Kipling’s masterpiece 'The Jungle Book'.
Elephant Safari is the only mode of transport through the hilly terrains, muddy valleys and luxuriant grasslands of the Kanha National Park. There are three safari zones in Kanha: Kanha, Mukki and Sarhi, where organised Elephant Safari takes place in order to provide a vivid and vibrant sightseeing experience every time.
Best Tiger Safari India
There can be no better destination than Bandhavgarh National Park for tiger sighting in India. Nestled amidst the Vindhayan Hills in Madhya Pradesh, this national park boasts of the maximum population of tigers in the country. The best zone for tiger safari in Bandhavgarh is said to be Tala Zone, which is rich not only in tiger density but also in terms of biodiversity. Apart from tigers, Bandhavgarh National Park is home to more than 250 species of birds like Plum-headed parakeet, Orange-headed thrush, Brown-headed barbet, Coppersmith barbet, Common myna, Alexandrine parakeet, Indian grey hornbill and Rock pigeon. About 80 species of butterflies can be sighted along with a large number of reptiles and migratory bird like Sarus Crane (spotted in the monsoon season) in the national park.
Jungle Sagari Timing
|Park Safari Timings
|Evening Safari Time
|15 Oct - 15 Feb
|06:30 - 11:00
|14:30 - 17:30
|16 Feb - 31 Mar
|06:00 - 11:00
|15:00 - 18:00
|01 Apr - 30 June
|05:30 - 10:00
|16:00 - 19:00
Best Time to Visit Madhya Pradesh
The best time to visit Madhya Pradesh is in the winter months, anytime from October to March. Bhopal has an extremely pleasant climate, so all times of the year are good to travel. Gwalior, Mandu, Indore and Jabalpur can be very hot in summer months with the mercury climbing as high as 40°- 42° Celsius.
The best time to visit the National Parks in Madhya Pradesh differ slightly depending on which one you wish to visit: Bandhavgarh is good between November and June; for Kanha, the best time is February to June, though travellers would find the weather more comfortable during the cooler winter months of November to January. The parks are closed during the monsoon season from 1 July to 31 October, so plan accordingly.
Jungles In India
Jungles and Forests in India play a vital role in Ecological balance and food diversity. Fetching a big contribution in overall development of the country, forests are also a solid medium of providing raw material to many industries and revenue earning. 678,333 sq kms of the total forest areas of India have been divided in many categories like Tropical and subtropical moistleaf forests, Tropical and subtropical dryleaf forests, Tropical and subtropical coniferous forest, Tropical and subtropical grasslands, Savannas and shrublands, Montane grasslands and shrublands, Deserts and xeric shrublands, and Mangrove.
Largest Tiger Reserve In India
Nagarjunsagar - Srisailam Tiger Reserve is the largest tiger reserve in India. The reserve spreads over five districts, Nalgonda District, Mahbubnagar district, Kurnool District, Prakasam District and Guntur District. The total area of the tiger reserve is 3,568 km2 (1,378 sq mi). The core area of this reserve is 1,200 km2 (460 sq mi). The reservoirs and temples of Srisailam are major attraction for many tourists and pilgrims.
Tiger Forest In India
The tiger is the national animal of India. Unfortunately though, our selfish motives have endangered this majestic animal, putting it on the brink of extinction. All is not lost though. In the past decade, efforts have been made to conserve the tiger and increase its numbers. A number of tiger projects have been initiated in various wildlife reserves of the country, and most of them have been successful.
India has various tiger forest which include Corbett National Park, Kanha National Park, Bandhavgarh National Park, Ranthambore National Park, Sunderban National Park, Kaziranga National Park, Sariska Wildlife Sanctuary, Bandipur National Park, Pench National Park, Satpura National Park.
Best Place to See Tigers In India
Wanna see a real wild tiger then come to India, where nearly half of the world's remaining wild tiger population roams.The country's 1,400 big cats are spread over more than 40 national parks in the country.
Bandhavgarh National Park: Greatest chance of spotting a tiger
Ranthambore National Park: Best for scenic tiger photos
Kanha National Park: Mowgli's stomping ground
Jim Corbett National Park: Best for vistas
Satpura National Park: Best for an adventure
Wildlife of Madhya Pradesh (Central India)
Madhya Pradesh is blessed by nature, encountered by wild animals, stepped in history and alive by wildlife. Central India is known for wildlife as there are 5 National Parks in central state of India Madhya Pradesh. Bandhavgarh National Park, Kanha National Park, Satpura National Park, Pench National Park and Panna National Park. In all National Parks people can get Budget, Deluxe and Luxury types of resort with delicious meal plan. Madhya Pradesh is one of those promising states in India where the chances of spotting a tiger are tremendous. Whether it's Bandhavgarh or Kanha or Pench, each and every national park is far from the civilization and has a rustic charm of its own.
Wildlife Conservation Of India
Forests not only provide wood but they directly control floods, drought, soil erosion etc. Conservation of Forests is of vital importance for India. Environmental scientists have calculated what a mature tree of gives to the environment:
Checks air pollution
Control moisture and prevents water pollution
Prevents soil erosion and increases soil fertility
Provides shelter to birds and nests
There is great necessity for conserving forests. With the increase in the Indian population, the area under forest in gradually decreasing