Great chances of seeing tiger
Of the world’s 3 200 wild tigers approx. 2 225 lives in India, and on this trip we visit the three parks, Kanha, Pench and Satpura, considered to be some of the best places in the world to see the endangered tiger. During our stay here we explore the park by jeeps, constantly keeping our eyes peeled for the characteristic tiger stripes.
Sloth bears, leopards and other exotic animals
The National Parks are also home to other exotic animals such as barasingha deer, gaurs, langurs and macaques, and with some luck we may see sloth bears, wild dogs and leopards.
A birder’s paradise
Indias’s National Parks hosts a rich and colourful birdlife. 12 % of the world's bird species are found in India and Kanha National Park is home to more than 200 of them.
We stay at cosy and comfortable lodges
During our adventure in India we are staying at small and cosy lodges, which all offer a perfect location nearby the National Parks. The lodges are built to blend into nature, giving us India’s spectacular wildlife just around the corner. At night you can marvel at the starry sky and listen to the sounds of the wilderness.
Rickshaw ride through Old Delhi
A bicycle rickshaw tour is a perfect way to experience the vibrant capital of India, the seat of power for Indian dynasties from the Moghuls to the British Raj.
Jamtara Wilderness Camp
It was the amazing wilderness in Pench National Park that inspired Rudyard Kipling to write hit classic, The Jungle Book. Via the link below can you watch a short film from Jamatra Wilderness Camp. Here, we stay in luxurious tents, located only a few minutes' drive from the gate entrance, giving us exclusivity to this part of Pench.