Little-known Tadoba, with its open forest, is stepping into the limelight for its tiger sightings. The Jawai Hills of Rajasthan could be regarded as an unusual location for elusive leopards. Yet here, among this spectacular scenery, they thrive.
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Arrive in Delhi and transfer to Claridges for one
Take a morning flight to Nagpur and travel to Bamboo Forest Lodge in Tadoba for 4 nights. The park is characterised by a hilly terrain with dense dry deciduous forests, beautiful meadows, deep valleys and lakes. (B, L, D)
Exploring the park by 4x4 jeeps, Tadoba offers a
realistic chance of good tiger sightings. Largely
undiscovered by tourists, you may also spot sloth
bears, wild dogs, gaur and many birds. Kayaking
will soon be possible on Iral Lake, alongside boat
safaris in pontoon boats. Treks are also possible in
the buffer region. (B, L, D)
Travel to Nagpur and fly to Mumbai (Bombay) for
an overnight stay at the Taj Santa Cruz. (B)
Fly to the blue city of Jodhpur. Explore the
Mehrangarh fort and the fascinating streets before
departing for the Jawai Leopard Camp for a 4-night
stay. The Jawai Leopard Camp is a luxury, eco-friendly,
desert camp set in the remote Rajasthan wilderness,
where leopards roam wild and free. (B, L, D)
Take early morning and afternoon jeep safaris in search of leopards. There is also the opportunity to explore the surrounding area and to meet with its colourfully attired and charismatic Rabari herdsmen. (B, L, D)
Morning at leisure. Fly to Delhi and overnight at the
Andaz. (B, L)
As per itinerary – B: Breakfast,
L: Lunch, D: Dinner, N: No meals.
Featuring some of the most
luxurious accommodation throughout the tour.
Prices are based on the standard room category,
unless otherwise stated.
For a price quote based on alternative accommodation standards, to discuss flight options or to tailor this itinerary, please call 020 3930 5073 or email Info@CoxandKings.co.uk
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