Day-1 Arrrive at Jabalpur and Proceed to Kanha. Evening Safari Arrive at Jabalpur. Proceed to Kanha (165 kms - 4 hours). Kanha is one of the best wildlife experiences in India and renowned for its Tigers and Barasingha Population. The park offers rich diversity of flora and fauna and renowned for its migratory bird watching in winter (Oct - Mar).Evening Safari in Kanha (Mukki or Kisli Range depends on stay selection).
Day-2 Morning and Evening Safari Morning and Evening Jeep Safari in Kanha National Park (Mukki or Kisli Range depends on stay selection). Elephant back Tiger Tracking (Tiger Show) can be availed if organised on the day of the travel.
Day-3 Travel to Amarkantak. Visit Temple Leave for Amarkantak (165 kms - 4 hrs). Amarkantak is a renowned pilgrimage for being the origin of Narmada River. Take a walk around the temple town and visit Narmada Udgam, Mai Ki Bagiya, Dugdhdhara.
Day-4 Proceed to Bandhavgarh. Evening Safari. Proceed to Bandhavgarh (200 kms - 5 hrs). Bandhavgarh National Park is renowned for being a park that offers best tiger sightings and therefore excellent for tiger photography. The Park also offers excellent range of flora and fauna and good for Bird watching in Winter. Evening Safari.
Day-5 Morning Safari. Proceed to Jabalpur via Fossil Park and Marble Rocks Morning Safari in Bandhavgarh. Proceed to Jabalpur (200 kms - 5 hrs) via Fossil Park. Before arriving at Jabalpur make a visit to Marble Rocks. Marble Rocks is an area near Jabalpur (25 kms) along a river having soft marble on both sides creating a beautiful gorge of about 3 km in length. Boating is offered in the river for guests to experience the Marble Rocks. Dhuandhar Waterfalls is also worth a visit alongwith the temple on the hilltop (reachable via Cable car ride). Reach Jabalpur by Evening. Jabalpur is a transit point for travellers getting in and out of Wildlife areas of Kanha (165 kms) and Bandhavgarh (200 kms).
Day-6 Departure Depart for onward journey.
Kanha - Kanha is renowned as one of the best Parks in India (Alongwith Corbett, Kaziranga and Nagarhole). Kanha offers a good wildlife experience and that includes the elusive Tiger (only 2000 of them remain in the wild). Besides tigers, Kanha also has rare Barasinghas (Type of Stag) and more than 300 bird species.
Amarkantak - Amarkantak lies at the origin of river Narmada and river Sone and a renowned pilgrim centre.
Bandhavgarh - Bandhavgarh National Park is one of the most popular and accessible wildlife getaways in India. Bandhavgarh boasts of the highest tiger sighting probability among all parks
Jabalpur - Jabalpur is a transit point for accessing wildlife destinations of Kanha (165 km) and Bandhavgarh (210 km).