Birds, Mammals and Temples Tour

Code: (#776-50)
14 Days


The Sultanpur National Park habitat constitutes a wetland Ecosystem that is rich in bird life. One can get over 70+ species in a day. The marshes, bogs and the grasslands house many key species such as the Sarus Crane, Bar-headed and Greylag Goose, Indian Courser, Desert Wheatear and Spotted Owlet to name a few. Our team ensures that the guide is armed with an experience of spotting the birds, even at the most-unimaginable spots. Besides the guide, you will also have a handbook of birds to help you spot each bird and know about it in detail.

Pench National Park is in Seoni and Chhindwara districts of Madhya Pradesh in India. It derives its name from the Pench River that flows through the park from north to south dividing the park into almost equal western and eastern halves, the well-forested areas of Seoni and Chhindwara districts respectively. It was declared a sanctuary in 1965 but raised to the status of national park in 1975. In 1992, it was established as a tiger reserve. The park is famous for rafting. Vannraj, located on the border of Pench National Park, is a luxury safari lodge set within a dense dry deciduous forest. The property celebrates the best of regional architecture, culture and cuisine so that guests can immerse themselves in the natural beauty of the region while experiencing authentic central Indian hospitality.

In the heartland of India lies the magical land that is Bandhavgarh National Park. Most renowned for harbouring large populations of the Royal Bengal Tigers, Tiger sightings at Bandhavgarh are unlike any other park. Besides Tigers, the park also plays host to a plethora of other animal species including Hanuman Langur, Sambhar, Nilgai, Wild Boar and Muntjac to name a few. October to March is the best time to visit the park as the weather is pleasant for wildlife viewing. You will be accomodated in Monsoon Forest, an eco-lodge near the Tala Zone from where you can organize your excursions to the and the village as well.

Panna National Park located in Panna and Chhatarpur district of Madhya Pradesh is formally being renowned as the 22nd tiger reserve of India and 5th in Madhya Pradesh. In the tropical region of Panna the climate of the reserve area is sometimes so pleasant, sometime so scorching during summers but with heavy rainfalls the area is again plush with greenery to make the ambience more appealing.

Ken River flows through this reserve and creates beautiful waterfalls on its way to the valley. The park has numerous sites of historical importance with stone paintings dating back to Neolithic era. The ideal home to Indian tigers, Panna is composed of deciduous forests to include other species like Indian wolf, four-horned antelope, sloth bear pangolin, rusty spotted cat, leopard, carcal and gharial


The most iconic manmade structure in India after the Taj Mahal. Built by the Chandela dynasty of kings between 8-9th Century, it is now a World Heritage site. The 25 temples at Khajuraho are best known for depiction of various explicit sexual poses along with the usual scenes of dancers, musicians, processions, domestic, courtly and social scenes. They are considered to be a version of pure Kamasutra in stone. Outside the temple complexes, there are lovely cafes serving traditional and international cuisine and hosts of shops selling curios for the international tourists that visit Khajuraho. Among other artifacts and jewellery, beautiful brass statues are great buys as souvenirs.

Arrival transfer in Delhi on Day 01 Accommodation in Hotel Radisson Blu for 02 nights (Day 01 & 02)
Guided birding in Sultanpur with park entrance fee (Day 02) Departure transfer in Delhi on Day 03
Domestic flight from Delhi to Nagpur (Economy Class) Transfer from Nagpur to Pench
Accommodation in Bagh Van, A Taj Safari Lodge, Pench for 03 nights All safaris in Pench National Park with park entrance fee
Transfer from Pench to Bandhavgarh Accommodation in Mahua Kothi, A Taj Safari Lodge, Bandhavgarh for 04 nights
All safaris in Bandhavgarh National Park with park entrance fee Transfer from Bandhavgarh to Khajuraho
Accommodation in Taj Chandela, Khajuraho for 01 night 02 Half days guided tour in Khajuraho
Transfer from Khajuraho to Panna Accommodation in Pashan Garh, A Taj Safari Lodge, Panna for 02 nights
All safaris in Panna National Park with park entrance fee Transfer from Panna to Jabalpur airport
Flight from Jabalpur to Delhi (Economy class) Accommodation in Hotel Radisson Blu for 01 night (Day 13)
Arrival and departure transfers in Delhi on Day 13 & 14 Meals as per the itinerary
All Taxes
Optional tours, tips, laundry, drinks, bottle water, meals not specified, monument entrance fee, camera fee
International air fare, visa, insurance, any other services not mentioned in cost inclusion
Any last moment hike-up in safari prices by forest department


  • One of the most popular Tiger tours
  • High success rate with Tiger sightings and other fauna such as Sambhar, Spotted & Swamp Deer, Gaur & Asiatic Jackal, Chousingha, Striped Hyena, Palm Squirrel & Indian Fox, Dhole and Leopard
  • Great birding experience
  • Unique accommodation with excellent hospitality
  • Ancient forts and temples
  • Glimpses of the beautiful landscape, architecture and lifestyle of central India


Day 01: Arrive Delhi
Day 02: Delhi (Sultanpur visit)
Day 03: Fly from Delhi to Nagpur and drive to Pench
Day 04: Pench National Park
Day 05: Pench National Park
Day 06: Pench to Bandhavgarh National Park
Day 07: Bandhavgarh National Park
Day 08: Bandhavgarh National Park
Day 09: Bandhavgarh National Park
Day 10: Bandhavgarh to Khajuraho
Day 11: Khajuraho to Panna
Day 12: Panna National Park
Day 13: Panna to Jabalpur airport and fly back to Delhi
Day 14: Fly out from Delhi

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