Late night arrival in Delhi and be met by our
representative at the airport welcoming you to India
with fresh flowers. Transfer to the hotel for immediate
occupancy of the rooms already reserved for you.
Overnight in Delhi.
Day 02 :
Today explore the city of Delhi with exclusive guide.
This is the capital city of India, and can be called as
a major gateway to the country. Delhi is one of the most
important metropolitan in India, as it is the city of
power. It has a very good combination of both modern, as
well as ancient culture. In these more than 2000 years
of its existence, there has been the origin of seven
cities, where the traditional Indian capital is situated
Your sightseeing will include all the major attractions
of Delhi like Red fort (which was built by Mughal
Emperor Shah Jahan. The premises of the Red Fort houses
a number of beautiful buildings like Diwan-i-Aam,
Diwan-i-Khas and Rang Mahal), Jama Masjid (It is the
largest mosque in India and was built in 17th Century. A
cupboard is located at the Mosque which contains a
collection of prophet Muhammad's relics, a red
beard-hair of the prophet and his sandals),Chandni chowk
(which was once the richest street market in the world),
Qutub Minar (This tower dated back to 12th century. This
minar or tower has many historical values) and the
government buildings like Parliament House, President
House, India Gate,etc. Overnight in Delhi.
Day 03 :
Delhi to Sariska (190 Kms)
In the morning, proceed to Sariska by car. The sanctuary
came under the Project Tiger in 1979 and became a
national park in 1982. At that time, there were more
than 35 tigers in the sanctuary but the population is
decreased now due to illegal poarching. It has total
area of more than 700 sq. kilometres. Other carnivores
of the jungle are the panther, jungle cat, jackal and
hyena. Other animals include the sambhar, chital, wild
boar, hare, nilgai and umpteen porcupines. The birdlife
comprises of the peafowl, gray partridge, quail,
sandgrouse, tree pie, white-breasted kingfisher, golden
woodpecker and great Indian horned owl.
You will be provided with a jungle safari and overnight
stay at Sariska Palace. The Sariska Palace is one of the
best Grand Heritage hotels in Rajasthan. The Sariska
Palace was built by Maharaja Jai Singh of Alwar with an
aim to serve as an ideal getaway to the wilderness. This
Palace hotel also summons the tourists to nature walks
and Sariska Wildlife tours in the nearby Sariska
Wildlife sanctuary by jeep safaris or horse safaris for
the more daring ones.
Day 04 :
Sariska to Jaipur (110 Kms)
In the morning proceed for Jaipur after having your
breakfast. Reach there by noon. The rest of the day is
free for your shopping or other pleasure activities. You
can also experience the magic of Jaipur by taking a walk
in the bye lanes of old city. A dinner (optional) can
also be arranged in an ethnic restaurant to get the true
flavour of Rajasthani culture, hospitality and its
Overnight at Heritage Hotel in Jaipur.
Day 05 :
Jaipur to Ranthambore (160 Kms)
The picturesque capital of Rajasthan, Jaipur is also
known as the Pink city. There is a timeless appeal in
the colorful bazaars of Jaipur, where one can shop for
Rajasthani items like handlooms and trinkets. Attractive
monuments, and marvelous Havelis (mansion) & Palaces and
superb forts are worthy of admiration. Start your city
Tour with an early morning visit to the Fort of Amer,
which was the capital of ancient Rajputs. Ride up to the
gates on elephant back and explore the great fortress
palace buildings. Amer or Amber was the former capital
of the Rajputs, for many centuries. Spend rest of the
time visiting -City Palace (an true example of imposing
blend of traditional Rajasthani and Mughal architecture.
The Maharaja of Jaipur still lives there), Jantar Mantar
Observatory (This is the largest of five observatories
built during 18th century), & Palace of Winds (Hawa
Mahal) and other local attractions in Jaipur.
After sightseeing of Jaipur, proceed to Sawai Madhopur (Ranthambore)
by car. The drive will take three hours. Overnight at a
Jungle Resort in Sawai Madhopur.
Day 06 :
The National Park of Ranthambore is one of the finest
tiger reserves in the country, under the Project Tiger.
Ranthambhor sanctuary has a large numbers of sambar,
chittal, nilgai, chinkara, langurs, wild boar and
peafowl. While deer congregate here to drink water,
fresh water crocodiles, can be seen basking in the
winter sun to regulate their body temperature. The lake
also attracts a large number of migratory and local
birds. The local fauna of the Park includes leopard,
hyena, Jackal, Jungle cat, sloth bear and a little
population of pythons. The majestic predators, assured
of protection, roam freely during the daytime and can be
seen at close quarters.
Go for morning Jungle safari and then evening safari in
open canter with naturalist (wild life Guide). You will
also have a chance to visit Ranthambore Fort.
Ranthambore’s gloriously past manifests itself in this
fort. Built in 10th Century atop steep high creek, the
fort wall runs round the summit and has a number of
semi-circular bastions, some with sheer drops of over 65
m and stunning views. Ruined pavilions, walls and
splendid monuments are interspersed within the majestic
Overnight in Sawai Madhopur.
Day 07 :
Ranthambore to Agra via Bharatpur (290 Kms)
In the morning proceed for Agra by car at 0800 hrs,
enroute visit to Bharatpur and Fateh Pur Sikri.
Keoladeo Ghana or Bharatpur National Park is one of the
most spectacular Bird Sanctuaries in India. Sambar,
chital, nilgai and boar can also be find here easily.
More than 350 species of birds are found in this small
park of 29 sq. km. Keoladeo, the name derives from an
ancient Hindu temple, devoted to Lord Shiva, which is
situated in the centre of the park. 'Ghana' means dense,
referring to the thick forest, which used to cover the
area. While many of India's National Parks have been
developed from the hunting preserves of Royal families
of India, Keoladeo Ghana is perhaps the only case where
the habitat has been created by a Maharaja. A third of
the birds found here are migrants, many of whom spend
their winters in Bharatpur, before returning to their
home towns, as far away as Siberia and Central Asia.
Migratory birds at Keoladeo include, as large a bird as
Dalmatian pelican, which is slightly less than two
meters, and as small a bird as Siberian disky leaf
warbler, which is the size of a finger.
Out of all the migrants, the most sought after is the
Siberian Crane or the great white crane, which migrates
to this site every year, covering a distance of more
than half the globe. These birds, are on the verge of
After spending few hours in Bird Sanctuary, go to Fateh
Pur Sikri (Ghost city), the ancient capital of King
Akbar. This deserted city lies along the top of a ridge.
This new capital had to be abandoned, only 14 years
after it was created, due to lack of water. But the
splendid palaces and mosques remain as a dream. However,
this ghost city, is worth a view for its buildings, and
can be classified into religious and architectural
wonders. After sightseeing, continue journey to Agra.
Overnight in Agra.
Day 08 :
Agra to Jabalpur
Agra is the unique Mughal City, where the world marvels
at the epitome of love, beauty and sacrifice, The
Taj-Mahal one of the wonders of the world. So
overwhelming is the magic monument, that Agra has been
immortalized, as the City of the Taj. Your City Tour
will include – Sikandra (the Tomb of King Akbar), Agra
fort with its exquisitely rich palaces, Itmud-Ud-Duala
and the magnificent TAJ MAHAL -about which legion of
tributes have been written.
In the evening, go to Railway Station to catch the
overnight train to Jabalpur. Dinner and night stay in AC
class of the train.
Day 09 :
Jabalpur to Kanha (160 Kms)
Morning arrival in Jabalpur. Meet & greet at Railway
Station followed by transfer by car to Kanha. The Kanha
Tiger Reserve (created in 1974), is spread over 940sq
km. It is one of the most well maintained National Parks
in Asia, and a major attraction for avid wildlife buffs
all over the world. Kanha boasts of about 22 species of
mammals. Some of the inhabitants of this park are the
gaur, the sambar,the largest Indian deer; and the
chausingha, the only four-horned antelopein the world,
Nilgai, thesloth bear, and panthers. The barasingha is
undoubtedly, the jewel of Kanha, and drastic steps have
been taken to rescue it from complete extinction. But
for all the astonishing diversity in its wildlife
population, Kanha is best known as the habitat of the
tiger. Go for the evening safari drive in the jungle.
Overnight at a Jungle resort in Kanha.
Day 10 :
Kanha to Bandhavgarh (280 Kms)
In the morning, drive towards Bandhavgarh. The drive
will take approx 5 hours. After having your lunch, go
for the jungle safari in Bandhavgarh National Park.
Bandhavgarh is known to have highest density of Tiger
population in India. This is also known as White Tiger
territory. The other species found in Bandhavgarh are
Indian Bison, Sambar, barking deer and nilgai. You will
also find Bandhavgarh Fort on the highest hill in
Bandhavgarh. Although no records are there to show the
history of the fort, it is believed to be about 2000
years old. Several dynasties have ruled the fort. The
oldest signs of habitation are the caves dug into the
sandstone, near the fort. Several of these contain
Brahmin inscriptions dating from the 1st century B.C.
Prior to becoming a National Park, the forest range
around the region had been maintained as a game preserve
for the Maharajahs of Rewa. It was then declared as a
National Park in 1968.
Overnight at a Jungle Resort in Bandhavgarh.
Day 11 :
Bandhavgarh to Jabalpur (164 Kms)
Go for one more Jungle drive in the morning. After
safari, proceed towards Jabalpur by car to catch the
overnight train to Delhi. Overnight in AC Sleeper class
Day 12 :
Early morning arrival in Delhi. Meet & greet at Railway
Station followed by transfer to International Airport to
catch your flight back home.