Tiger & wildlife tour in Central India
Enjoy the tiger reserves of Central India where big cats, sloth bears, striped hyenas and wild dogs lie in wait.
Game drives in Bandhavgarh and Pench tiger reserves mongoose, Rhesus macaques, Indian hares and Palm squirrels Kanha tiger reserve Optional tour extensions to Agra and Satpura tiger reserve
Rupee 170000 including domestic flights only
Guided tour in the best tiger reserves of India.Included luxury accommodation, domestic flights, 10 safaris including all charges, specialist wildlife trackers, all meals, transfers in spacious car.
Add on/extension available.
Add on/extension available.
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We can cater for vegetarian and vegan diets.
9 Reviews of Tiger & wildlife tour in Central India
4.5 out of 5 stars
Reviewed on 17 Mar 2020 by Stefania FrancoliniThe most memorable part of the trip was to see so many tigers and so close! Along with many other beautiful animals. Read full review
Reviewed on 02 Mar 2020 by Virginia HaleMost memorable was definitely the 3 amazing tiger sightings Read full review
Reviewed on 09 Feb 2020 by Richard BanksThe most memorable part of the vacation was seeing and photographing tigers in the wild. Read full review
Reviewed on 12 Feb 2020 by Ian McCabeI would have liked to meet more of the local people. I wanted to see more temples and fortresses too. Read full review
Reviewed on 29 May 2019 by Johan VAN DER SCHYFFThe tiger sightings were the most memorable parts of our vacation. Read full review
Reviewed on 18 Jan 2019 by John DixonSeeing Tigers in the wild was the most memorable part of the vacation... Overall a brilliant trip Read full review
Reviewed on 10 May 2018 by Nigel and Theresa RogersEnjoyed every aspect of it and the local agent handling it all was faultless. Read full review
Reviewed on 01 Apr 2018 by Kelvin LofthouseSeeing a tiger for the first time was the most memorable moment. I was looking at a bird through my binoculars, when I hear a sudden call that resonates right through me. Out of the jungle walks a female tiger. I was lucky to be in the only jeep in that area, which made it feel all the more special.... Read full review
Reviewed on 19 Dec 2016 by Barbara ThompsonBest bits: The Taj Mahal, seeing 8 tigers in the wild, the lovely people we met and the great Indian vegetarian dishes we ate. Everything was memorable. Read full review
As the pioneers of responsible tourism, we've screened this (and every) vacation so that you can travel knowing it will help support the places and people that you visit, and the planet. Read how below.
Planet1. Our environment responsibilities start right from the office. We have policy of using eco-friendly goods and paper, plus we reduce, reuse and recycle where possible. We print our office documents on both sides of the paper to reduce paper consumption. We try to keep our marketing materials at bare minimum by using modern electronic communication for marketing purpose. We also work to minimise energy and water consumption in our offices, and we encourage our partners to follow similar waste management and energy philosophies.
2. We operate with small group sizes which not only maximises interaction within the group and guides and local community but also minimises the impact on environment.
3. Our vehicles comply with strict Euro IV emissions or Bharat Stage III control regulations set by the European Union and Indian Environment Ministry. We regularly check and maintain vehicles to the highest possible standard in order to limit carbon emissions and ensure the comfort and safety of our passengers.
4. In this tour you will be staying in homestays, lodges and hotels which are safe, comfortable and operated in a sustainable way. We specifically pay attention to the lodges and camps, located around national parks for their waste disposal and eco-tourism policies.
5. Tiger reserves and national parks are covered in majority of our tours and with the increasing number of tourists in these reserves can put extra pressure on the local flora and fauna. However, we believe wildlife tourism can be an important conservation tool if used responsibly. Travel to national parks and wildlife areas can bring positive economic benefits as entrance fees contribute to the maintenance and conservation of local flora and animal species, while visitors benefit from the educational aspects of the area and take away with them an increased awareness of the need and place for conservation. Equally important tourism helps the local communities living around these reserves by providing jobs and helping them realise the importance of the forest.
Our tour leaders and drivers follow strict policy while visiting national parks to minimise pressure on Tiger Tourism. Our code of conducts is:
• We do not guarantee sighting of any particular species because this puts pressure on drivers, guides, naturalists, mahouts and other authorities. Rather, we rely on skilled naturalists and guides who are expert in deciphering jungle signs to locate the client’s dream animal/birds.
• We refrain from rushing through the jungle beyond the permitted speed in the hope of catching a glimpse of a tiger or other animal. We maintain a slow speed, which not only allows the tourists to absorb nature but it is also safe for animals crossing/sitting on the road.
• We do not go beyond the marked area for tourists inside forest in hope of better sightings.
• We strictly do not chase animals or disturb their natural behaviour for a better look or for the ‘ultimate photograph’.
• Whenever we find garbage or plastic inside the reserve, we carry it out for safe and responsible disposal.
• We maintain a safe distance from animals and do not come between parents and offspring.
• We avoid approaching nesting or breeding sites as this causes unnecessary stress to parents and young ones.
• We do not support attractions which use animals as entertainment for profit. These animals are often taken from the wild, mistreated and are trained to perform unnatural behaviours, which are not only stressful but often harmful to the animal.
Apart from above, we strictly follow and expect same from our clients to abide by the rules and regulations pointed out by Forest Department of India and local authorities.
People1. We know that a local guide can enliven every tour with local folk-lore, snippets of gossip, names of plants and their medicinal uses. Most importantly particularly in remote villages, our guide is our host, showing us around his or her area. This helps to make our tours an experience of cultural exchange rather than a brutish trample through someone else’s way of life.
2. Many drivers in India are paid tiny fees in the expectation of large tips that allow the car owners to get away with low wages. We pay all our drivers a decent wage and we do not, as many operators do, expect them to sleep in their cars when doing long journeys involving overnight halts. We either ensure accommodation and good food is available for them at the lodges we use (and we check the accommodation is of an acceptable standard) or we pay for them to stay in a nearby hotel.
3. Many of our tours offer opportunities to visit ancient places such as UNESCO World Heritage Sites where the entrance fees contribute to the maintenance and restoration of these unique places. We asks that travelers respect signage, take only photographs and leave no litter or graffiti behind, even if others have done so. Do not attempt to bring home any rocks or stones or other souvenirs of the location and don’t purchase such items from vendors as this can encourage the on-going destruction of local areas of interest.