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(N)Day 2: Mumbai
Arrive in Mumbai (Bombay) and transfer to The Leela for an overnight stay. (N)Day 3: Fly to Nagpur • Tadoba-Andhari National Park
Fly to Nagpur and transfer to Tadoba-Andhari National Park, where an estimated 100 tigers roam. 3 nights at Svasara Jungle Lodge. (B, L, D)Days 4-5: Tadoba-Andhari National Park
Spend 2 days exploring the park. As well as tigers, the park is also home to hyenas, Indian wild dogs, sloth bears, leopards and nearly 200 different species of birds. (B, L, D)Day 6: Pench National Park
Travel to Pench for a 2-night stay at Jamtara Wilderness Camp. The reserve has extremely good tiger sighting opportunities and varied fauna with sambar deer, dholes, leopards and nilgai seen regularly. Perennial springs, a meandering seasonal river, open terrain and sweeping teak forests make Pench one of India’s most beautiful national parks. (B, L, D)Day 7: Pench National Park
Full day exploring the two routes through the national park. Optional night safari in the buffer zone. (B, L, D)Day 8: Satpura National Park
Transfer to Satpura for 3 nights at Reni Pani Jungle Lodge. Activities offered in Satpura include canoe trips, walking tours and 4×4 safaris. It is India’s only national park to offer walking safaris, camping and trekking trips. (B, L, D)Days 9-10: Satpura National Park
Explore Satpura by 4×4, on foot and by boat. The park’s limited exposure to humans, combined with the option of walking safaris in the core area, makes for an intimate wilderness experience. (B, L, D)Day 11: Bhopal
Morning wildlife drive. Travel to Bhopal, visiting the 10,000-year-old rock shelters of Bhimbetka en route. The caves contain what are thought of as south Asia’s richest collection of prehistoric paintings. Overnight at Jehan Numa Palace. (B)Day 12 Fly home via Mumbai
Transfer to the airport and fly home. (B)Meal basis:
As per itinerary – B: Breakfast, L: Lunch, D: Dinner, N: No meals.Important information Safaris:
Safaris mentioned are shared excursions.Superior Tour:
This tour is based in 4- and 5-star accommodation.Single supplement
Available on request.Tailor-made travel:
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Set in landscaped gardens, the Leela (previously The Leela Kempinski) is an elegant modern hotel offering a high standard of accommodation. It is conveniently located close to Bombay international airport and offers a variety of dining and leisure facilities making it an ideal place to relax either before or after your international flight.
On the edge of the Satpura Tiger Reserve, rugged hills, a seasonal stream, patches of agricultural land, teak and reni trees characterise the setting of Reni Pani Jungle Lodge. Owned and managed by members of the erstwhile Bhopal royal family, the lodge, spread among 12 hectares of wilderness, features 12 spacious independent cottages built using materials locally available in the region and tastefully furnished in ethnic style. The cottages, dotted around, are either set along the stream or in the woods across the stream or on the highest point of the rugged hillock and offer spectacular views of either the stream or the forests. Facilities at this lodge include a dining area, bar, outdoor pool and library.
The Jehan Numa Palace Hotel Bhopal lies nestled on the slopes of the Shamla Hills of Bhopal. Set in five acres of lush greenery and splashes of colorful bougainvillea the Jehan Numa Palace Hotel Bhopal makes for a delightful and charming get away.The Jehan Numa Palace Hotel Bhopal is a superb example of a medley of British Colonial, Italian Renaissance and Classical Greek Architecture. All guest-rooms have air conditioning, tea/coffee maker, dataport, hair dryer, mini bar and IDD telephone. The hotel also has a restaurant, swimming pool and tennis courts.
On the edge of Pench National Park in India's Madhya Pradesh, the new Jamtara Wilderness Camp features luxury safari tents set in the shade of a beautiful Arjuna copse. The front of each tent can be rolled up to offer unparalleled views from the comfort of your bed, or sleep under the stars snuggled under a quilt on the deck outside. Located on the opposite side of the park to other camps, Jamtara's vehicles have access to a little-used entrance to spot the myriad wild animals including: bison, wild dogs, sambar deer and elusive tigers.Features: 12 luxury tents, dining room<br>Room Amenities: Safe, hot drinks, hairdryer
Low season from £3795 per person
High season from £3995 per person
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Prices above are per person in pounds sterling (£), based on two people sharing a twin-room. The prices which were valid at the time of publication, may be subject to change, particularly as a result of variable flight costs. You will be informed of any such changes prior to booking.
*Itinerary: Note that for the 06 Feb 2014* departure date only the itinerary is different to the regular 2014 tour, with a visit to the countryside in Mai Chai and an extra night in Hanoi, and one less night in Hoi An.
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