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February, March, May & November




This tour takes you on a wild journey through Kipling’s countryside in India’s fïnest National Parks. With Kanha and Bandhavgarh rated the best for tiger-spotting the world over because of their high numbers of the apex predator of Indian jungles, you can be rest assured of a fabulous range of photo op and exhilarating moments in the wild.

  • Search for elusive tigers with top naturalists in 4WD Vehicles
  • Expert local naturalists at all the parks
  • Long distance transportation in comfortable Vehicles
  • Stay in certified small eco-friendly lodges, with all modern comforts
  • Tracking king of Jungle in four premier tiger parks in India

Hotels in this Itinerary

  • Kanha Earth Lodge, Kanha

    Kanha Earth Lodge lies in 16 acres of natural forest, tucked away in a small hamlet bordering Kanha's buffer zone. Its unique location, 30 minutes from the Khatia/Kisli park gate, ensures that it is close enough for easy access to the park, but still far enough from the glut of hotels lining Kanha's tourist hub, offering a true wilderness experience to the guests. The guests benefit from their incredible location, outstanding hospitality, experienced team of naturalists, and commitment towards conservation and local communities. The 12 luxury bungalows with en suite bathrooms and open verandahs have been inspired by Gond tribal architecture and offer environmentally sensitive, low-impact accommodation through their design and use of local stone and waste wood, while the absence of neighbouring lodges or highways creates an ideal setting for nature walks, birding and cycling trips through the surrounding forest.

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  • Kings Lodge, Bandhavgarh

    Located at a 10 minutes' drive from the Tala gate of the national park, the lodge is spread in 10 acres of lush wilderness, surrounded by Sal forested hills. The Kings Lodge is an ecolodge nestled in a large natural forested estate. It has 4 cottage rooms and 8 stilt rooms with en-suite modern bathrooms. All rooms are air conditioned and having large verandah with great views of the forest, writing table and chair. The Lodge has a well-stocked library, a dip pool and a watch tower. It is managed by a team of experienced naturalist with focus on birding and an overall wildlife experience. Other facilities include swimming pool with a sun deck. Organic garden and a butterfly farm an in-house spa. The lodge organizes game drives and activities such as walking trails, cycling trail and village visits.

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  • Kipling Camp, Kanha

    Kipling Camp was established in 1982 on the edge of Kanha Tiger Reserve in Central India. Managed and owned by Belinda and Anne Wright, Kipling Camp serves to follow the policy of conservation and believes in the motto of treading softly into the jungle. Kipling Camp offers 14 double rooms in cottages under shades of trees with a lake close by. The camp is open to naturalists, conservationists and those who wish to relax in idyllic surroundings. It is also the home of TARA, the much-loved elephant who starred in Mark Shand's best selling epic "My Travels on an Elephant". Kipling Camp is a simple and comfortable resort offering enjoyable stay and nourishing cuisine.

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  • Roseate House, Delhi

    Roseate House New Delhi is a contemporary upscale hotel stationed in the capital's only hospitality district, Aerocity. Spread across 1.6 acres, Roseate House New Delhi combines lineage and novelty in its design and services to cater to the new generation of cosmopolitan guests. 30 minutes from the business hubs of Gurgaon and Delhi, 20 minutes from the Indira Gandhi International Airport, the hotel renders a contrasting respite from the city's hustle-bustle. Hotel offers a rooftop infinity pool, a spa and wellness centre and 3 dining options. The property features an ultra-chic cinema hall – Upstage. Each room is equipped with state-of-art amenities, a 4-fixture bathroom, flexible workstation and flat-screen TV. Guests can pamper themselves at the Aheli spa that has 4 therapy rooms, salon, steam and sauna. Those who prefer to work out can head to the fitness centre. VIP Lounge and Club Lounge can be used for brand launches or cocktail dinners whereas Club Prive can be used for corporate meetings. Del, an all-day dining restaurant serves world cuisine while Kheer is an exclusive Indian restaurant. Tara is the Japanese rooftop lounge. The finest tea from across the globe can be found at Roasted by Roseate. Chidya Ghar serves a selection of alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages.

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  • Shergarh Tented Camp, Kanha

    Shergarh is located four kilometres from the Mukki entrance to the reserve and accommodates up to 12 guests in six cozy tents, each with its own bathroom and verandah. Tents are set amongst woodland and specifically placed to give privacy from one another. Meals are served in the dining area, a homely room that provides the ideal setting for swapping stories around an open fire, or place to relax quietly with a book. Deep, lazy verandahs surround the building, and overlook a large waterhole that attracts an array of bird life. As a small camp, they are entirely flexible to attend to all their guest's needs and specific areas of interest, such as bird watching, photography, filmmaking and artistry, and research projects. The camp staff is well tuned to wildlife enthusiasts and visitors incorporating a safari experience within their cultural exploration of India. Apart from Wildlife safari one can also go cycling through the forest for a swim in the Banjar river which is a satisfying activity for the warmer months - rewarded with afternoon tea on the rocks; visiting a local village on market day is a unique opportunity to experience traditional trading and bustling rural life, enjoying a riverside picnic en-route.

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  • Tree House Hideaway, Bandhavgarh

    Tree House Hideaway is a luxury wildlife resort in Bandhavgarh offering 5 exclusive tree houses made on trees offering a peaceful, comfortable stay at the heart of Indian wilderness. In the 21 acres area of land lies an option of experiencing the snug life inside the rooms or venture out in the tiger-infested wild. The property has its resident species of birds, reptiles and animals residing around the forest trees and over time the area has now become a small secure park for them. You can spend your time unseen and undisturbed in the intimacy of your room or choose to go looking for wild animals & birds in Bandhavgarh Tiger Reserve. All Tree houses have modern attached bathrooms with 24hrs h/c water, living area, mini bar, split ACs with 100% power back up, mosquito netting, writing table and chair, and loungers in the balconies. The hideaways - Mahua, Tendu, Peepal, Banyan and Palash are named after the trees on which they are established.

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