Tiger Safari

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Take an unforgettable journey deep into India's exotic heartland on the trail of the majestic Bengal tiger. Travel through spectacular national parks, ancient cities and remote villages and explore temples, palaces and lush wildlife sanctuaries. Experience the bustle of Delhi, old and new. From the erotic carvings of Khajuraho to the setting of the Jungle Book in Kanha National Park, this exciting trip uncovers the mysterious, enchanting culture and nature of India, a land that is truly wild at heart.


Days 12-13 Jaipur

Follow secret passageways in the Amber Fort and see the pink sandstone Hawa Mahal blush at dusk. Choose to shop for gems, pottery and textiles in the colourful bazaars or join the vocal audience at a Bollywood film.

Days 14-15 Delhi

Enjoy free time to see Delhi's sights. Humayun's Tomb boasts exquisite early Mughal architecture - and the surrounding garden is an oasis of calm amid the chaos of the city.

Days 1-2 Delhi

An assault of colours, smells and sounds, chaotic Delhi is a truly fascinating city. Find a quiet corner in India's largest mosque, visit the Sikh temple and meander through the spice bazaars of Old Delhi.

Days 3-4 Bandhavgarh National Park

Venture deep into the wilderness. With luck, glimpse tigers, wild boar, jackals and porcupines.

Day 5 Khajuraho

See beautifully preserved ancient temples featuring erotic carvings of the Kama Sutra.

Days 6-7 Orchha

Stroll through rural areas largely untouched by modern life and explore the palaces and temples of Orchha. Visit a unique papermaking plant and in the evening perhaps take in the puja ceremony at Ram Raja Temple.

Day 8 Agra

Visit the breathtaking Taj Mahal before jumping in a rickshaw to see the 16th century Red Fort.

Day 9 Karauli - Rural Heritage Stay

Relax on an overnight stay in princely Karauli.

Day 10-11 Ranthambore National Park

Try to spot the elusive Bengal tiger on a jeep safari around Ranthambore National Park.

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