Birds and Wildlife of Central Highlands

bird in indian wild

This tour takes us on a wild journey through Jungles of central highlands that have been vividly described by Rudyard Kipling in "Jungle Book". Home to India's finest National Parks - Kanha and Bandavgarh. Rated the best for Tiger spotting world over. The forests of Central India are the few known refuges for several globally endangered and range restricted species like the Malabar Pied Hornbill, Spotted Grey Creeper, White Bellied Minivet and Green Munia.

Kanha National Park

The horse shoe shaped Kanha valley has some times been called the N'Gorongoro of India. Herds of the axis deer, the blackbuck, the wild pig and occasionally the gaur (Indian Bison) throng the central parkland. With its flourishing herds and relatively tolerant predators, Kanha offers almost unrivaled scope to a keen photographer.

Bandhavgarh National Park

Located in the Vindhya mountains, it is a beautiful park with woodlands, rocky hills and grassland valleys. Plenty to see in this small park (168 Sq miles) set around a historic site, with carvings, temples and an ancient fort. It has the highest concentration of tigers in a zone, who are vehicle friendly.


Arrival - Delhi

Meeting and assistance on arrival at Delhi airport and transfer to hotel Claridges. Overnight at hotel.


Full day guided tour of Delhi. Overnight at hotel

Delhi - Jabalpur - Kanha

Kanha National Park encompasses nearly two thousand square kilometers of deciduous forest, grasslands, hills and gently meandering rivers - home to literally hundreds of species of animals and birds, including tiger. Kanha is the setting for Rudyard Kipling's famous "Jungle Book. Overnight at Kanha Jungle Lodge


Morning and Afternoon game drives. Overnight at Lodge


Morning and Afternoon game drives. Overnight at Lodge


Morning and Afternoon game drives. Overnight at Lodge

Kanha - Bandhavgarh

Morning game drive. Drive to Bandhavgarh (250 Kms, 5-6 hours). Bandhavgarh (pronounced Bandogarh) is not very far from Rewa, famous as the original home of the (albino) white tiger, but now found only in zoos. Before becoming National Park in 1968, it was the game reserve of the Maharajas of Rewa. Though it involves quite a journey one might be rewarded with sighting one of the few tigers left in wild. Bandhavgarh Park is set in extremely rugged terrain with many hills. The marshes which used to be perennial now support a vast grassland savannah. There are also interesting cave shrines scattered around the park, with Brahmi inscriptions dating from the 1st century BC. One can visit the archaeological remains of a fort believed to be 2000 years old. Overnight at Kings Lodge


Morning and Afternoon game drives to view Indian wildlife including the Tiger. Overnight at Lodge.


Morning and Afternoon game drives . Overnight at Lodge

Bandhavgarh - Jabalpur - Delhi - Departure

Morning at leisure. Afternoon drive back to Jabalpur airport to board flight to Delhi.

On arrival at Delhi airport, transfer to International airport to board onwards flight.

On arrival at Delhi - Departure