Thanks to a vast variation in geography and climate, India has exciting diversity in habitats and wildlife with nearly 350 mammals, 2,100 species of birds and thousands of fish and reptiles. Of the highly endangered species, India has 55% of world’s tiger population, 50% of Asiatic Elephant, 60% of One-horned Rhino and 100% of Asiatic Lion. Unlike Africa where all major species have almost exclusive habitats, in India, they co-exist in the wildlife parks providing excellent opportunities for wildlife viewing. Of all Indian wildlife, searching for tiger is one of the most fascinating experiences...
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- Arrival transfer from Delhi airport to your hotel
- Tour of Jama Mosque followed by a rickshaw ride and heritage walk in Old Delhi, including visit to Spice Market
- Tour of New Delhi - Humayun's Tomb, Qutab Minar and Lutyens's Buildings
- Transfer from Delhi hotel to the airport
- Transfer from Khajuraho airport to your hotel
- Visit the stunning temples of Khajuraho
- Transfer from Khajuraho to Bandhavgarh
- Morning and afternoon game drives in Bandhavgarh
- Another day to enjoy game drives in Bandhavgarh.
- Transfer from Bandhavgarh to Kanha National Park
- Morning and afternoon game drives in Kanha
- Another day to enjoy game drives in Kanha.
- Transfer from Kanha to Pench Tiger Reserve
- Morning and afternoon game drives in Pench
- Transfer to Nagpur airport
- Arrival transfer from Mumbai airport to the hotel
- Tour of Mumbai City
- Transfer to Mumbai airport
Considering the vast and varied landmass, it comes as no surprise that India's climate is complex. If you prefer to avoid extremes of heat and rainfall, it's best to aim for the cooler, drier months of October through to March. However, if a trip to either of the country's extremities appeals, take note: For the southern states, the retreating monsoon (October to December) is a consideration. Here, you find the most appealing climate between November and February. For reliable trekking weather in the Himalayas 1000km to the north, peak season is October, November and then March and April.
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