The reserved forests in the heart of India offer the traveler opportunities to spot a wide variety of wildlife – tigers, deer, leopard, sambar, wild boar and some 200 species of birds. Not to mention the thrill and novelty of being one with nature in the jungles that inspired Rudyard Kipling’s famous work, “The Jungle Book”…
We have created an experience for you to go wild in the jungles for a few days… Come with Beyonder to meet the tigers, leopard, deer and other fauna in the wild heart of India…
And just in case this doesn’t satisfy your craving for the wild, head out to the serene Amarkantak with its holy ponds, lofty hills, forests and majestic waterfalls – the source of 2 of the many rivers in India, the Narmada and the Sone – to sample another dimension of ‘wild’.

$ 1,215

(Per person for a group of 2 people on a twin sharing basis)

Do you have a larger group? Your per-person cost could reduce, sometimes quite significantly. Do write to us at contact@beyonder.travel

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Day 01:
Arrive and head to Jungle Book territory

Arrive at Nagpur by Flight/train. Head out to the Pench National Park and relax in the proximity of this forest made famous as the setting of Rudyard Kipling’s The Jungle Book. (Optional – evening park safari) (D)

Day 2:
Jungle Safari in Pench

Take in an early morning park safari with packed breakfast. Get back to the hotel in the afternoon and again get back into the forest in the evening for more of the tiger, leopard, deer and large herds of gaur and wild dog. (B L D)

Day 3:
Kanha National Park

Head out to Kanha National park early in the morning. After checkin and a brief rest after lunch, take a stroll soaking in the rustic charm of the place (Optional – evening park safari) (B L D)

Day 4:
Jungle Safari in Kanha

Take in an early morning Kanha park safari with packed breakfast. Get back to the hotel in the afternoon and again get back into the forest in the evening – hopefully you will spot the majestic tiger and the leopards, deer and over 200 avian species. Incidentally, for Indian mythology lovers, this forest has a lake called Shravan Tal which is reputed to be the place that Shravan was shot by King Dasharatha that set in motion the events leading up to the war in the Ramayana (B L D)

Day 5-6:
Relax in the Mountains of Amarkantak

After a few days in the jungle amidst the wild, it’s time to cool off in the mountains – proceed for Amarkantak for a couple of nights of peace in the midst of serene nature. Amble around and soak in the serenity (B)

Day 7:
Bandhavgarh National Park

Proceed towards Bandhavgarh National Park and relax in the camp. (Optional – evening park safari) (B L D).

Day 8:
Jungle Safari in Bandhavgarh

Take in an early morning Bandhavgarh park safari with packed breakfast. Get back to the hotel in the afternoon and again get back into the forest in the evening. This is the forest where the world’s first white tiger was spotted by the Maharaja of Rewa (B L D)

Day 9:
Waterfalls and Palaces in Jabalpur

Proceed for Jabalpur in the morning and explore this 12th century capital of the Gond kings. (B)

Day 10:
Departure

Departure by flight/ train.

Inclusions

Accommodation in AC and AC Deluxe Double occupancy rooms with breakfast
Other meals in all places other than Amarkantak and Jabalpur
Permits and fees for all parks and safaris mentioned in the itinerary
Comfortable chauffeured vehicle at disposal from airport pickup to drop-off

Exclusions

Airfare
Meals other than breakfast unless otherwise specified
Any extra services, liquor and other non-alcoholic beverages
Anything not mentioned in the itinerary above.
Taxes as applicable

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