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  Tigers of India   - 17 Days / 16 Nights

Day 1 – Flight Your Country / Delhi

Late night arrival. Welcome to India, or as we say ‘Atithi Devo Bhava’ (the guest is an incarnation of God). Thank you for giving us the opportunity to serve you!
Assistance upon arrival as our Representative welcomes you and escorts you to your car. Checkin and Overnight at Hotel.

Day 2 – Delhi / Corbett
After breakfast in hotel. Proceed to Corbett. Upon arrival checkin at hotel.
Corbett- The park is the oldest national park on the Indian subcontinent, established in August 1936. It is located in a single place, between the first buttresses of the Himalayas and the Ramganga River. Corbett is famous for the richness and diversity of its wildlife which included over 50 species of mammals and over 580 species of birds. The national park is an important refuge for the tiger, Indian elephant, wild dog, leopard cat, Indian pangolin and hog deer. All of which were once common throughout the terai of Uttar Pradesh but are now rarely seen outside the park. Nearly 73% of the park is covered by dense moist deciduous forest with a predominance of Sal trees, accompanied by haldu, pipal, rohini and mango trees. While 10% of the core area is composed of grasslands in the valleys, which offer visitors a better view of Corbett's wildlife.
Enjoy the Jeep safari through dense forest of Corbett. Visit along the Ramganga River and lower forest track.

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Here we will be able to track Fish eating Gharial and hungry crocodiles with open mouth at River Ramganga.
The               beautiful kingfishers, Osprey, Lesser Fish Eagle, Hawk Eagle, Rufous bellied Eagle, Crested Serpent Eagle, Hen Harrier, Brown Fish Owl, Grey headed Fishing eagle, and many more species of incredible birds. Return back to hotel. Overnight at hotel.

Day 3 – Corbett
Early in the morning leave for a safari through the dense jungle. Come back to the hotel for breakfast. Rest at hotel and later leave to for safari in afternoon. Overnight at hotel

Day 4 – Corbett
Early in the morning leave for a safari through the dense jungle. Come back to the hotel for breakfast. Rest at hotel and later leave to for safari in afternoon. Overnight at hotel

Day 5 – Corbett / Delhi
Breakfast at hotel. Leave for Delhi. Upon arrival checkin at hotel. Later we proceed on a guided tour of New Delhi.

DELHI – India’s capital and a major gateway to the country, contemporary Delhi is a bustling metropolis, which successfully combines in its fold the ancient and the modern. Its strategic location was one of the prime reasons why successive dynasties choose it as their seat of power. It is not surprising then, that what constitutes Delhi today is a conglomerate of seven cities. It is a vibrant modern city with an ancient and eventful history. The city with its multi-faceted culture can aptly said to be a microcosm of the whole nation.

Proceed for tour to Old Delhi. Visiting, Jama Masjid – It is the country's largest mosque, where thousands of Muslims offer prayers. It lies opposite the Red Fort and is surrounded by a large number of shops, which deal in a variety of goods. The great mosque of Old Delhi is both the largest in India and the final architectural extravagance of Shah Jahan with a courtyard. Thus it is an architectural triumph. Then we will pass over the commercial area of Chandni Chowk’s - The main street of Old Delhi is the colourful shopping bazaar. Chandni Chowk's speciality is the variety of its markets and their Indian-ness. Then have a photostop at Red Fort (From outside) – One of the most spectacular pieces of Mughal Architecture is the Lal Quila or the Red Fort. Built by the Mughal emperor, Shah Jahan between 1638 and 1648, the Red Fort has walls extending up to 2 kms. in length with the height varying from 18 mts. on the river side to 33 mts. on the city side. The old walled city from Mughal India, the chief attraction is the huge fort that contains within it palaces and impressive public buildings. The highlight of this tour would be a ride on cycle rickshaw. This is a remarkable way to explore and picture the hustle and bustle as well as the colour of the narrow winding streets bursting with people and pavement shops selling wares of all description - including a laughing set of dentures. Take a small tour of  Khari Baoli, it is among the markets of spices largest in Asia.
Leave to see Raj Ghat – On the banks of the Yamuna River, a simple square platform of black marble marks the spot where Mahatma Gandhi was cremated following his assassination in 1948.
Overnight at hotel.

Day 6 – Delhi  / Jaipur
After breakfast in hotel. Proceed to Jaipur. Checkin at hotel

JAIPUR – The city blushing pink is the picturesque capital of Rajasthan, more famous as the ‘Pink City’. Jaipur is colour washed pink-the color associated with hospitality in Rajput culture. Founded in 1727 A.D. by Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh II, Jaipur is the first planned city designed in accordance with ‘Shilpa Shastra’ – the epochal treatise of Hindu architecture. Jaipur thrills the soul with its massive forts, magnificent palaces, exquisite temples and lush gardens. The ancient heart of the Pink City still beats in its fairy-tale palaces, rugged fortresses perched on barren hills and broad avenues that dot the entire city. The only planned city of its time, Jaipur is encircled by a formidable wall.
Visit CITY PALACE - In the heart of the old city is former royal residence built in a blend of the Rajasthani and Mughal styles. The carved arches are supported by grey-white marble columns ornate with floral motifs in gold and coloured stones. Two carved elephants in marble guard the entrance. The palace houses a museum with a superb collection of Rajasthani costumes and armory of Mughals and Rajputs including swords of different shapes and sizes with chased handles, some of them inlaid with enamel and embellished with jewels and encased in magnificent scabbards.
JANTAR MANTAR - This is the largest and the best preserved of the five observatories built by Jai Singh II in different parts of the country. Its observatory instruments, whose setting and shapes are scientifically designed, represent the high points of medieval Indian astronomy. This observatory consisting of outsized astronomical instruments is still in use.

Overnight at Hotel.

Day 7– Jaipur
After Breakfast at hotel. Proceed for excursion to Amber Fort in the outskirts of Jaipur.

AMBER FORT PALACE - Amber is the classic romantic Rajasthani fort palace. Its construction was started by Man Singh I in 1592, and completed by his descendent Jai Singh I.  Its forbidding exterior belies an inner paradise where a beautiful fusion of Mughal and Hindu styles finds its ultimate expression.
We will ride up to this hilltop palace on a caparisoned, painted elephant, passing through the ancient main gate where Maharajas of Jaipur have entered four hundred years back. Our guide will elaborate on the history of this architectural masterpiece with its mirror-studded alcoves, dazzling mosaics and water-cooled swings that delight today’s visitors as they did their former royal residents.

Proceed for sightseeing of the city.
HAWA MAHAL (only a photo stop) - The ornamental facade of this "Palace of Winds" is a prominent landmark in Jaipur.  This five storey building along the main street of the old city is in pink splendor with semioctagonal and delicately honey combed sandstone windows. The palace has 953 niches and windows. Built in 1799 by Pratap Singh. The monument was originally conceived with the aim of enabling ladies of the royal household to watch the everyday life and royal processions of the city.
Rest of day free for our personal discovery of the city to see the colourful bazaars. This will be opportunity for you to do some shopping. One can find in Jaipur precious stones, gold jewellery, silver sculptures sandalwood, pottery, embroidery, miniatures on ivory and tissues
Overnight at Hotel.

Day 8 – Jaipur / Ranthambore
After Breakfast at hotel. Drive to Ranthambore. Upon arrival Checkin at hotel and leave for your first safari in the afternoon.
Then continue towards in National park of Ranthambore. This park of a strange beauty and it is spread out over more than 1300 kms and is the old territory of hunting of the maharajas.
Overnight at hotel.

Day 9 – Ranthambore
After a breakfast, departure for safari in the jeep for reserve in morning. You will have surely the occasion to cross one of the 40 tigers present in the park. Excursion in Strong Ranthambore and the temple of Ganesh. At the end of afternoon, their will be one more safari in the jeep. Overnight at hotel.

Day 10 – Ranthambore / Bharatpur
After breakfast at hotel. Later Leave for Bharatpur. Upon arrival checkin at hotel. Proceed to visit the world famous "Keoladeo National Park". It is one of the finest bird sanctuary of the world with over 400 species of water world including Siberian Cranes from Arctic which are rare. Overnight at Hotel

Day 11 – Bharatpur / Fathepur Sikri / Agra
Breakfast will be at Hotel. Proceed to Agra on the way visit Fatehpur Sikri

Fatehpur Sikri - An emperor builds a magnificent city as an act of gratitude to a penniless saint, makes it the capital of his empire and then for inexplicable reason abandons it.

Fatehpur Sikri is a city that an emperor forgot. After just fourteen years of life, the palaces of Akbar great city of victory fell silent. Its echoing corridors still seen to wait for the king to return. The hill top city lies 37 kms from Agra. This deserted city has two distinct complexes. The first comprises the royal enclosure of the palace, the harem and official buildings and the second is the dargarh of a saint, with a mosque and lofty gateways. To wander among the red sandstone courtyard of Fatehpur Sikri is to travel back in the time when Mughal emperor Akbar rode through the gateway after a triumphant campaign, to be welcomed by his delighted subjects and the royal courts. It reflects the many faceted character of the man who inspired it. The ruthless empire builder who enjoyed all the trapping of power and as liberal enlightened man who took a passionate instant in every aspect of life, be it religion, literature or the painting of miniatures.

Later Leave for Agra. Upon arrival check into hotel

Agra is a medieval city situated on the banks of the river Yamuna. It is generally accepted that Sultan Sikandar Lodi, the Ruler of Delhi Sultanate founded it in the year 1504. The golden age of the city began with the Mughals. Agra is famous as being Taj Mahal, perhaps the most photographed monument in the world. The architectural splendour of the mausoleums, the fort and the palaces is vivid reminder of the opulence of the legendary Mughal empire, of which Agra was the capital in the 16th and early 17th centuries.

Overnight at Hotel.

Day 12 – Agra – Orchha
After the breakfast departure by the road to Orchha. Arrival at Orchha and Checkin at hotel.
Orchha - The Orchha is sleepy little hamlet but it was once the capital city of the mighty Bundelkhand Empire. From time immemorial, Bundelkhand has been an important destination for all sorts of tourists and travelers. Although Orchha was never really a very affluent place, that did not deter the fiercely proud Bundelas from undertaking ambitious projects. Orchha’s legacy has been captured in stone and frozen in time, a rich legacy to all ages. The remarkable proportions of the exteriors are matched by the grandeur of the interior-rich repositories of Bundela art. The richness of its palaces, temples and cenotaphs is reflected in the gently flowing water of the Betwa River.
We will be facinated to see the beautiful River Betwa on whose banks the city of Orchha is founded, is a picturesque site, with its monuments dotting the landscape on either side of the river.  Visit the Jehangir Mahal, a tiered palace crowned by graceful chhatris (domed pavilions). The view of soaring temple spires and cenotaphs is spectacular. The richness of the Jehangir Mahal contrasts nicely with the austere beauty of the Raj Mahal, built by Madhukar Shah who was a religious-minded person
Later proceed for The Laxminarayan Temple is a curious mix of fort and temple architecture. Most of its walls are decorated with murals, some with secular themes. On the other hand, the Ramaraja Temple is unusual in that here, Rama, an incarnation of Lord Vishnu (the Hindu Preserver of the Universe), is worshipped as a ruler, and the building is actually a palace.
The holy triad is completed by the Chaturbhuj Temple that is adorned with lotus emblems and other religious symbols. Overnight at the hotel.

Day 13 – Orchha - Khajuraho
After the breakfast. Leave for Khajuraho. Upon arrival check in at hotel
Khajuraho, the temple city of central India, is famous throughout the world for its exquisitely carved temples in stones. It is the best place to envisage this immortal saga of Hindu art and culture engraved in stone by shilpies (stone craftsmen) millenia ago. Temple town of Khajuraho is much different from any other temple city of India. It is not about religion and worshipping and deities. The temples of Khajuraho are instead famous for the eroticism etched on its walls in the form of sculptures. An amalgamation of science and art of architecture, these 10th-11th century temples have a very interesting legend behind them that connects them to the origin of Chandela dynasty. Khajuraho is a small village but a thousand years ago it was a large city of the Chandelas, medieval Rajput kings who ruled over Central India.

Later Proceed for the sight seeing tour of Khajuraho, the village of Khajuraho has been divided into three directional areas in which are located the major groups of temples Eastern, Western and southern Temples
Western Group Temples entirely Hindu, and constitute some of the finest examples of Chandela art at its peak. This group is the largest of all the temple groups of Khajuraho. The Kandhariya Mahadev dedicated to Lord Shiva, followed by a granite temple - Chaunsath Yogini and is the largest from all. While The Chitragupta Temple is dedicated to the Sun God and the Vishwanath Temple, sports a three-headed image of Brahma – the Creator of the Universe, The Lakshmana Temple is superbly decorated, while the Devi Jagdambi Temple is dedicated to Goddess Kali. Other temples in the Western Group include the Varaha Temple with a nine-feet high boar-incarnation of Lord Vishnu, the Matangeshwara Temple with a eight-feet high lingam, and the Brahma Temple.
Southern Group has two impressive Khajuraho temples, mainly belonging to the 12th century – the Chaturbhuja Temple, with a massive, carved image of Vishnu, and the Duladeo Temple, one of the last temples of the Chandela era, dedicated to Lord Shiva. Symbolizing a medieval legacy, the Khajuraho temples of India are a perfect fusion of architectural and sculptural excellence, representing one of the finest examples of India
Eastern Group Temples comprises of three historic Jain temples – the Adinath Temple lavishly embellished with sculpted figures, including that of Yakshis while the Parsvanath Temple, the largest Jain temple, sculpted with charming detail and is famous for its beautiful sculptures depicting celestial beauties in several postures, While the Ghantai Temple is a Jain Temple, famous for its ornamental depiction of 16 dreams of Mahavira's mother and a Jain goddess on a winged Garuda
The three Hindu temples of the Eastern group are the Brahma temple is famous for its four-faced image of Brahma housed in the sanctum of the temple, while The Vamana Temple is adorned on its outer walls with carvings of apsaras (celestial beauties) in a variety of sensuous poses and The Javari Temple is worth visiting for its richly carved doorway and exterior sculptors.
Overnight at Hotel

Day 14 – Khajuraho – Bhandavgarh
After the breakfast. Leave for Bandhavgarh, through the lovely countryside to Bandhavgarh National Park.
Bandhavgarh National Park is situated in the Vindhya range of hills which offers a good variety of cover from Bamboo forest to open grassland and a wide range of animals including sambar, barking deer, chinkara, chowsingha, gaur (the largest of the world's wild oxen), wild boar and leopard. Bandhavgarh also holds a good population of tiger and is particularly noted for daylight sightings
Arrival in the afternoon. First safari in the Jeep as on your arrival. Overnight at Lodge

Day 15 – Bhandavgarh
After a breakfast, Depart for morning safari in the jeep to the reserve. You will have surely the occasion to cross one of the 50 tigers present in the park, where can be one of the leopards. Later in end of afternoon, enjoy a jeep safari. Overnight at Lodge.

Day 16 – Bhandavgarh – Umaria - Delhi
After a breakfast, Depart for morning safari in the jeep to the reserve. Depart for Umaria station to take the night train to Delhi. Overnight in Train.

Day 17 – Delhi / Your Country
Arrival in Delhi, Checkin at hotel and transfer downtown to carry out your last purchases or to make some visits. The vehicle remains with you till disposal. Later transfer to the international airport for your onward flight back home with the sweet memories of India

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