Tiger resting on a rock @ Nanak Dhingra
Tiger in a cave @ Nanak Dhingra
Cubs at Kanha @ Aditya Singh
Elephants are used to track Tigers in Central India @ Aditya Singh
Indian Wild Dog @ Aditya Singh
Kanha harbours the last population of Hard ground Swamp Deer or Barasinga @ Aditya Singh
Painted Spurfowl is one of the avian highlights of Bandhavgarh @ Aditya Singh
Brown Fish Owl @ Aditya Singh
Tiger Safari in Central IndiaMadhya Pradesh
Highlights: Tiger tracking in India’s finest reserves in Central India, the historic Bandhavgarh fort and the rich meadows of Kanha. Excellent opportunity to see and photograph other Indian mega mammals like Leopard, Sloth Bear, Indian Wild Dog, Gaur and Hard-ground Barasingha.
The two central Indian reserves of Bandhavgarh and Kanha offer you the best opportunity to view and photograph tigers in their natural habitat. The duration of time spent in each park has been planned so as to maximize your chances of wildlife viewing. Game drives in open jeeps help track tigers and other wildlife accompanied by some of the finest local guides who share their in-depth knowledge about the park to enrich your experience.
Bandhavgarh, famous the world over for its high Tiger density, also offers other species like Leopard, Sloth Bear, Jungle Cat, Muntjac and the only four-horned antelope in the world, the Chausingha. The rocky crags below Bandhavgarh fort may reveal Leopard and birds like Malabar Pied Hornbill, Painted Spurfowl and Shaheen Falcon. In the rich meadows of Kanha, you can see the last remaining population of the Hard-ground Barasinga, Dhole (Indian wild dog), Sloth Bear and Gaur (Indian Bison), which prefer the dense Sal forest.
While you are on the lookout for the tiger, you might want to get some birds on your checklist. Notable species include Mottled Wood Owl, Grey headed Fish Eagle, Lesser Adjutant Stork, Painted Spurfowl, Jungle Bush Quail, Brown Fish Owl, Orange headed Thrush, Greater Racket-talied Drongo, Malabar Pied Hornbill, Indian Scops Owl, Crested tree Swift, Sirkeer Malkoha, Scarlet Minivet, White rumped Shama, Indian Nightjar and Indian Thick-knee.
This safari can be combined with Corbett, Ranthambhore, Kaziranga or other parks. Write in to us for a detailed itinerary and quote @ firstname.lastname@example.org
- Region: Central & Northern India
- Duration: 09 Days/08 Nights tour by road and air
- Parks covered: Kanha & Bandhavgarh
- Departures: Mid October – June