Eye of the Tiger (Ex-Khajuraho)

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  Price
1 1 1 1,43,762
2 1 1 1,47,902
2 2 1 2,35,532

619 kms
Oct to Apr
12.0 - 45.0 C

EagleRider’s ‘Tiger Trail’ tour takes you through a journey that beings in Delhi to end up in the ‘Heart of India, Madhya Pradesh, connected together via beautiful motorable roads. Madhya Pradesh is known for its number of natural reserves and the well maintained protected parks make it easy for you to spot India’s natonal animal, the Tiger. Stay in the most luxurious properties, get a glimpse of the rustic village life and explore new avenues along the way. The 980km long journey is the reflection of the adventourois soul who is keen to tread rough terrrains to find a peice of the abundant wildlife and themselves.

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Tour Itinerary

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Today you land into the historically beautiful town of Khajuraho.  This town has the largest number of medieval Hindu and Jain temples, famous for their erotic sculptures. Since our destination for the day is only an hour’s drive away we have time to explore this town and do some sightseeing afterall Khajuraho is one of the most popular tourist destinations in India. After a day of visiting the famous temples and eating some local food we head to our stop for the night at Ken River Lodge.

We start our day with a Jungle Safari at the Panna National Park. Here we will set off in Jeeps in search of the elusive Tiger. Besides the Tiger you could be lucky enough to spot the other famed wildlife found here like the Wolf, Chital, Sloth Bear, Chinkara to name just a few. After an exhilerating safari we head back to Ken River Lodge for a scrumptous brunch and back onto the road towards Bandhavgarh. Approximately after 5 hours of riding we will reach Bandhavgarh, our next stop on the itinerary. Here we will be undwinding at the Kings Lodge. A luxurious getaway in the middle of the wild country and only 10 mins away from the Bandhavgarh National Park.

Today we do the safari of the Bandhavgarh National Park and either we are luckier than at Panna or as lucky to spot some more Tigers. For those who would not like to do a second jungle safari, we can arrange for a visit to the village, a bird walk or a picnic at the water bodies. After a morning of exploring we head back to the Kings Lodge for a lazy breakast and a day of enjoying the serenity of nature. An evening safari can also be arranged for those interested.

After an early breakfast we head onto the road towards Jabalpur Airport to catch your flight back to Delhi.

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