Save Tiger Trips


The tiger, largest of all cats & symbol of power, one of the most fascinating species on the Earth. This wild species is also under severe threat of extinction. Across its habitats, tigers are being poisoned, electrocuted, blown up by land mines, trapped, snared, shot and captured. Wildlife protection, in the present scenario, requires a widely distributed Information Network using state-of- the art information and communication technology.  
Your journey to tiger land is directly related to saving this unique animal and providing local communities with the socio-economic, ethical and environmental incentives to conserve their environment and culture for future generation.

We take a connecting flight to Delhi. (Meals Aloft)

Day2: Delhi
Arrival at Delhi, International airport welcome by Vivek Sharma transfers to Hotel – West End Inn New Delhi Over night at the hotel. (B, L, D)

Day3: Delhi/Jabalpur
Breakfast at the hotel. Lunch at one of the most famous Mogul restaurants in town - Karim. Transfer to Nizamuddin Railway station to board train #2412 Gondwana Express. Travel in the comfort of 1st AC in a personal coupe. Train leave at 1535 hrs. Over night on train. (B, L, D)

Day 3/7: Jabalpur / Kanha Tiger Reserve
Arrival at Jabalpur: 0655 hrs.Following breakfast we'll drive to Kanha Tiger Reserve, arriving in the noon. Kanha is one of India’s signature wildlife areas. The forests, grasslands and streams here are home to a great deal of wildlife. We explore the park in open 4X4 WD personal jeeps in search of gaur, nilgai, sambar deer, chital and troops of langurs. We keep an eye out for the park's greatest prize: tigers and we'll look for tigers by elephant back. Next four nights our home willbe Stripes Lodge kanha, Village –Samnapur, Mukki gate (B, L, D)

Day 8 Kanha Tiger Reserve /Bandhavgarh Tiger Reserve
After breakfast we drive to the renowned Bandhavgarh Tiger Reserve En-route our convoy would pass through trial villages and markets , the real Indian people and it reaches to  town of Mandla (sacred city for Gond tribals) where the Narmada River, second holiest to the Ganges, is the center of  ritual activity. Temples and ghats line the banks of the river, and it may be possible to observe the Gonds performing their funeral rites. The main bazaar is interesting to explore with its shops selling tribal silver and bell metal (time permitting).
Bandhavgarh Tiger Reserve is one of India’s most important Tiger Reserves. The park is made up of rocky hills, lush deciduous forests, marshes and stretches of meadows. It is considered the best place in the world to observe wild tiger and is home to 250 species of birds, including India’s national bird, the peacock. Other residents include various deer and antelope species, jungle cats and Indian wild dog (dhole). Tonight we enjoy an outdoor barbeque dinner cooked over an open flame. Overnight Environmental Education Centre Bandhavgarh.

Day 8 /13: Bandhavgarh Tiger Reserve
we enjoy morning and afternoon wildlife excursions daily. Wildlife viewing is by open four-wheel drive vehicle and possibly from the back of an elephant. Boarding elephants is easy, and the cushioned platforms are very comfortable. Since most animals, including tigers, have little fear of elephants or the people mounted on them, this is ideal for wildlife viewing. Overnights Environmental Education Centre Bandhavgarh. (B, L, D Daily)

Day 14: Bandhavgarh/ Khajuraho  
After breakfast drive to Khajuraho to board Jet Airways flight # 9W724   taking off at 1330 hrs for Delhi via Varanasi. Take Lunch at Khajuraho and if time permits, also visit Khajuraho majestic temples which are listed in UNESCO Site.  Arrive at Delhi at 1600 hrs and get transferred to Hotel. Our farewell dinner at a local restaurant. We transfer to the airport for the international flight check-in. (B, L, D)

Day 15 Back Home
Meet our connecting flightsto back home (Meals Aloft)