Red Fort-Delhi Ranthambore Tiger Reserve-Rajasthan,India
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Day 1: Arrive in Delhi
Upon arrival at the airport you will meet the local tour guide at reception and brought to hotel where you will stay for the next 2 nights. The rest of the day you will be at leisure. Overnight stay in Delhi.

Day 2: Delhi - Sariska (200 km / 4 hr)
After breakfast the drive from Delhi goes to Sariska. In the evening, we will take safari you will take part in the national park safari. Rugged cliffs and valleys of the mountains dominate the Aravalli Landscape. In the park you will always find ruins of temples dating from the 10th and 11th Century. Picturesquely perched on a rock Kanwari the fort from the 17th Century, where, with can observe some patience eagle. We will stay in Sariska for a night.

Day 3: Sariska - Jaipur (107 km / 2 hr)
After breakfast we drive to Jaipur. Here you will visit the City Palace and the Jantar Mantar Observatory. Then we would be continue to the town's landmark - the Hawa Mahal. The 5-story structure consists of numerous bay windows, balconies and windows that of the Harem Maharaja granted a look at the goings on the street. Overnight stay in Jaipur.

Day 4: Jaipur - Ranthambhore (180 km / 4 hr)
After breakfast, we take a ride to Amber Fort, where you climb the imposing Fort on elephant back. Then it goes to Ranthambhore, probably Rajasthan's most famous national park with a good chance one of the last wild Indian tiger to see. Stay in Ranthambhore.

Day 5: Ranthambhore
Morning and evening, take part in an exciting jeep safari into the national park. You would be staying at Ranthambhore.

Day 6: Ranthambhore - Garh Himmat Singh (250 km / 5 hr)
After breakfast we drive to Garh Himmat Singh. In this idyllic village to learn the India know true. You eat with an Indian family for lunch and take a walk through the village. You go to school, walk through the bazaar and visit a Pottery. You stay in the former Maharaja Fort with an Indian family. This is not a hotel but a kind of Homestay. Do you live with your family and enjoy the traditional hospitality.

Day 7: Garh Himmat Singh - Bharatpur - Agra (140 km / 3 hr)
After breakfast we drive to Bharatpur. A rickshaw takes you to the park. The rickshaw drivers are trained ornithologists and can show you all kinds. The park is one of the best bird sanctuaries in the world, and home to numerous native and migrated birds. Paradoxically, this bird park was once the hunting preserve of the Maharaja of wild geese Suraj Mull of Bharatpur. He built a dam in the rainy season dammed the water and was an ideal breeding ground for many species of birds so. Arrived in Agra check in hotel inspect a late afternoon and the world famous Taj Mahal - Monument of an immortal Love - 1632 built entirely of white marble. Following this, you visit the Agra Fort, a Masterpiece consisting of beautiful palaces, mosques, gardens and galleries. Overnight stay in Agra.

Day 8: Agra - Jhansi (train number 12002 dept : 08:10 hr and Arr : 10:45 hr) - Khajuraho (170 km / 3 hr)
After breakfast, take the train to Jhansi. There you will be met and to Khajuraho accommodated. The temples of Khajurho are a unique gift to the world. You are a paean to life, love and lust, perfect in presentation and sublime in the expression. Stay in Khajuraho.

 Day 9: Khajuraho - Bandhavagarh (320 km / 7 hr)
In the morning, we drive to the Bandhavgarh National Park. The park is named an ancient fort in the area and has the highest concentration of tigers in India. Stay in Bandhavgarh.

Day 10: Bandhavagarh
You will get twice the benefit of a wildlife safari by jeep. Overnight stay in Bandhavagarh.

Day 11: Bandhavagarh - Kanha (255 km / 6 hr)
In the morning, on the back of an elephant in the national park. In the afternoon, drive further into the 255 km Kanha National Park. The Kanha Tiger Reserve belongs the best of India. Here the rare white tiger is at home. You can also see here bison, gazelles, deer, antelope, bears, jackals, foxes, hyenas, jungle cats, pythons, partridges, rabbits, monkeys, mongoose and leopards. The Kanha National Park was the inspiration for Rudyard Kipling's Jungle Book unforgettable. Overnight stay in Kanha.

Day 12: Kanha
Enjoy a unique morning and evening during a jungle expedition the Jeep, when walking in the wilderness and on the stacking of an elephant. In the evening, dance the villagers around the camp fire for you. Overnight stay in Kanha.

Day 13: Kanha - Jabalpur (100 km / 2 hr)  - Delhi
After breakfast, transfer to Jabalpur to take your the train to Delhi. Overnight stay in Train (Train No – 12192 : Dept : 17:45 hr and Arr : 11:40 hr)

Day 14: Delhi
Upon arrival in Delhi you will be bought at the station and taken to the airport from where you take your return flight.




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