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Away from India's better known wildlife parks are two hidden gems - Satpura and Tadoba-Andhari national parks. Less visited than other parks, both are seeing increased sightings of leopards, tigers and sloth bears. Satpura, uniquely, is India's only wildlife park to offer walking safaris.
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Arrive in Mumbai (Bombay) and transfer to
The Leela for an overnight stay. (N)
Fly to Nagpur and transfer to Tadoba-Andhari
National Park where an estimated 100 tigers
roam the park. Spend 3 nights at Svasara
Jungle Lodge. (B, L, D)
Explore the park by 4x4 jeeps. Tadoba offers a realistic chance of good tiger sightings and you may also spot hyenas, Indian wild dogs, sloth bears and leopards. Nearly 200 different species of birds and more than 70 species of butterflies also inhabit in Tadoba. (B, L, D)
Travel to Pench for a 2-night stay at Jamtara
Wilderness Camp. The reserve has extremely
good tiger sighting opportunities and a
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 undeniably one of India’s most
beautiful national parks. (B, L, D)
Full day exploring the two routes through
the national park. Optional night safari in the
buffer zone. (B, L, D)
Transfer to Satpura for 3 nights at Reni Pani
Jungle Lodge. Activities offered in Satpura
include canoe trips, walking tours and
elephant safaris. It is India’s only national
park to offer walking safaris, camping and
trekking trips. (B, L, D)
Explore Satpura by 4x4, 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)
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)
Transfer to the airport and fly home. (B)
As per itinerary – B: Breakfast,
L: Lunch, D: Dinner, N: No meals.
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