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Indian Skimmers, Chambal


Royal Bengal Tiger


Pench


WILDLIFE OF INDIA


Boasting around 80 National Parks and over 440 reserves, India is home to more than just the iconic tiger. Test your leopard spotting skills from a jeep or approach a Bengal tiger on elephant back for the ultimate in wildlife experiences. With a range of accommodation available to suit all tastes and budgets, an Indian safari promises some unforgettable memories.


RANTHAMBORE NATIONAL PARK Ranthambore is a mix of lush valleys and rolling hills, plateaus and lakes, where tiger and leopard hunt the forests and crocodiles bask on the riverbanks. Once the private hunting grounds of the Maharajahs of Jaipur, the park has more than 300 bird species, as well as large numbers of deer and sloth bears.


SAWAI MADHOPUR LODGE, RANTHAMBORE Former hunting lodge of the Maharajah of Jaipur, the Vivanta by Taj – Sawai Madhopur Lodge is a charming colonial style retreat set within 12 acres of gardens just a short drive from the national park itself. A total of 36 rooms and suites embody an air of rustic style and comfort, offering excellent facilities, traditional ambience and in some cases private terraces overlooking the lush grounds.


CHAMBAL SANCTUARY Chambal provides shelter for the rare Gangetic River Dolphin and numerous birds, mammals and reptiles, including Indian skimmers, marsh crocodiles and 8 species of turtle. The Chambal Safari Lodge, a charming eco-property, is visited as part of our India Wildlife tour.


PENCH & PANNA NATIONAL PARKS Pench is a haven for large herds of gaur, wild dog, Langur monkeys, leopard and some 260 species of birds. The park is home to around 50 tigers. Panna lies just 57km from Khajuraho and is home to some of the best wildlife in the country, including wolf, hyena, deer and wild dog. Well known for its abundant birdlife, Panna can boast one of India’s highest densities of Paradise Fly-Catchers.


KANHA NATIONAL PARK An expansive wilderness of forested valleys and plateaus, Kanha is one of the most spectacular parks in Asia. One of India’s Project Tiger reserves it is one of the best places in the country to spot its most famous predator, as well as the rare swamp deer, leopard, sloth bear and a dazzling array of birdlife.


CHITVAN JUNGLE LODGE, KANHA Chitvan Jungle Lodge is a tranquil retreat a short distance from the gates of Kanha National Park. Offering the comfort and facilities of 12 beautifully appointed suites, the idea behind the lodge is one of sustainability and local community involvement, with expert naturalists on hand to enhance the whole experience.


BANDHAVGARH NATIONAL PARK Bandhavgarh National Park is one of India’s premier wildlife sanctuaries, boasting the highest concentration of tigers in the country. Legendary home to the elusive white tigers of Rewa, its forested hills and expansive wetlands echo to the cries of macaques and lemurs, hornbills and fish eagles.


SAMODE SAFARI LODGE, BANDHAVGARH


NEW Staffed by expert naturalists and located at the entrance to Bandhavgarh National Park, the Samode Safari Lodge


provides a luxurious and eco-friendly wilderness experience. Combining natural materials, regional architecture and the lightest of environmental footprints, the lodge offers a choice of 12 cottages that come with open-air baths and private terraces.


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