Explore Culture & Tours (I) Pvt Ltd
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Wildlife Safari

TRIP NAME: INDIAN WILDLIFE SAFARI

TRIP CODE: R - IWS
 

This sample itinerary can be adapted to your own specific needs, interests and requirements – just ask.

    

DAY 01:
  ARRIVE DELHI.

Upon arrival in Delhi, Meet & greet at Airport and transfer to the Hotel.

 

DAY 02: DELHI

Full day sightseeing to whole Delhi visit Red Fort, Laxmi Narain Temple. Afternoon free to explore the Local market. Overnight at hotel.

 

DAY 03: DELHI - RANTHAMBORE

Early Morning train to Sawai Madhopur by train. Dep 0755 Arr 1038. Afternoon at leisure. Overnight at resort.

 

DAY 04: RANTHAMBORE

Morning and Afternoon game drives in the park. Overnight at resort.

 

DAY 05: SAWAI MADOPUR - BHARATPUR - AGRA

Early Morning train to Bharatpur by train .Dep 0700 Arr 0945.  Upon arrival transfer by car / bus to Agra. On the way visit Bird Sanctuary and Fatehpur Sikri. Check in hotel for Overnight stay.

 

DAY 06: AGRA TO ORCHHA

Morning visit to Taj Mahal for sunrise. After breakfast drive to Orchha. Upon arrival check in to resort for overnight stay.

 

DAY 07: ORCHHA

Full day in Orchha. Merits a short detour from the highway. Monuments associated with the long Muslim domination of the region are much easier to visit. The romantic ghost town of Mandu, capital of the Malwa sultans, can be reached in a day from the industrial city of Indore, in western Madhya Pradesh.Overnight stay in resort.

 

DAY 08:  ORCHHA TO KHAJURAHO

Drive to Khajuraho. Upon arrival transfer to hotel. Visit to the resplendent Hindu Temple Khajuraho immaculately restored after almost a millennium of abandonment & neglect, are among the most essential stops on any itinerary of India’s historic monuments. Famed above all for the delicate sensuality – and forthright eroticism – of their sculpture, they were built between the tenth and twelfth centuries AD as the greatest architectural achievement of the Chandella dynasty. Mysteriously, the Chandellas appear to have forgotten about the temples soon afterwards, and it took, “rediscovery” by the British before these masterpieces were fully appreciated in India, let alone internationally. Excavations are ongoing. Some 400Km southeast of Agra.Overnight stay in hotel.

 

DAY 09:  KHAJURAHO TO BHANDAVGARH. (7 TO 8 HRS)

Drive to Bandhavgarh by car / bus. Upon arrival check in to resort.

 

DAY 10: BANDAVGARH.

Morning and evening game drives in Wildlife Park. Overnight at resort.

 

DAY 11: BANDAVGARH TO KANHA (7 TO 8 HRS)

Drive to Kanha by car / bus. Upon arrival check in to resort.

 

DAY 12: KANHA

Morning and evening game drive in Wildlife Park. Overnight at resort.

 

DAY 13: KANHA

Morning and evening drive in Wildlife Park. Overnight at resort.

 

DAY 14: KANHA TO JABALPUR (3 HRS)

Drive to jabalpur railway station for overnight train to delhi.

 

DAY 15:  ARRIVE DELHI

Transfer to hotel. Afternoon at leisure. Overnight at hotel.

 

DAY 16:  DEPARTURE

Transfer to International Airport for onward flight.

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