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Pench National Park Wildlife Safari
₹ 12,999
2 Nights 3 Days
26 Jan, 30 Mar, and 22 Jun
Nagpur, Maharashtra
Pench National Park Wildlife Safari
₹ 12,999
Grade: Easy    Type: Wildlife  Jungle Safari's: 4 Safari's in Core Zone   Are you a wildlife enthusiast? Do the mystery of the dense jungles allure you? Do you jump at the thought of catching a glimpse of the majestic big cats? Then, hop into our Jeep Safari of Pench National Park with Travel Trikon Pench, nestled in the lower southern reaches of the Satpura Hills is a treasure trove of tigers, chital, sambar and a range of other birds and endangered plants thriving in a protected ecosphere. The area of the present tiger reserve has a glorious history. Ain-i-Akbari or “Constitution of Akbar”, dating back to 16th century, describes the richness and natural wealth of Pench. Remember Mowgli - our iconic childhood hero in the television series “The Jungle Book”? Guess what! The original setting of Rudyard Kipling's most famous work, “The Jungle Book” is the Pench Tiger Reserve and its neighbourhood. So get ready to experience the thrill of exploring this piece of history and nostalgia and witness the rawness of the Natural World. About Pench Pench National Park or Tiger Reserve is one of the premier tiger reserves of India and the only one to sprawl across two states - Madhya Pradesh and Maharashtra in the districts of Seoni and Chhindwara covering an area of 758 sq kms. The portion of the reserve that is in Madhya Pradesh is nestled in the southern slopes of the Satpura range of Central India. Pench Tiger Reserve derives its name from the river Pench and comprises the Indira Priyadarshini Pench National Park, the Pench Mowgli Sanctuary and a buffer area.   read more read less
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Tadoba Wildlife Safari
₹ 12,999
2 Nights 3 Days
23 Feb, 13 Apr, and 25 May
Nagpur, Maharashtra
Tadoba Wildlife Safari
₹ 12,999
Grade: Easy    Type: Wildlife  Jungle Safari's: 4 Safari's in Core Zone   Nothing can beat the sense of surprise, excitement and then contentment to see wildlings in the lap of nature. Tadoba is a treasure trove of tigers, deer, sambar, bison, leopards and a range of other animals and birds thriving in a protected ecosphere. Tracking trails and following their calls, as if you’re playing hide-n-seek with the wild. Get ready to witness the thrill of crisscrossing through narrow gullies in the jungle of Tadoba and experiencing the thrill of a jeep safari! About Tadoba The largest national park in Maharashtra, Tadoba is home to the celebrity tigress-Maya and her cubs. Wildlife photographers make a beeline to catch a glimpse of this elegant beast every year. Tadoba is also famous for a range of species of deer like chousingha and barking deer. While bison, wild dogs and pigs can be spotted commonly, bears and leopards may grace a sighting only to keen observers. It’s a birder’s paradise too! The Rufous Treepie, known as the tiger’s dentist can also be found owing to the tiger presence in the area. Don’t forget to appreciate the flora that comprises of teak trees andain or crocodile bark amid others. Tadoba also hosts reptiles like the endangered Indian python, common Indian monitor and the Indian cobra. The list is neverending! You can now  book Tadoba safari packages online. read more read less
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Ranthambore National Park Safari
₹ 12,500
2 Nights 3 Days
9 Mar, 27 Apr, 11 May, and more
Mahukalan, Rajasthan
Ranthambore National Park Safari
₹ 12,500
Grade: Easy    Type: Wildlife  Jungle Safari's: 3 Canter Safaris in core zone   Ranthambhore Safari Are you a wildlife enthusiast? Do the big cats and the mystery of the dense jungles entice you? Then, hop into our Ranthambore National Park Safari! Ranthambore, nestled at the juncture of Aravalli and Vindhya ranges, is a natural home to Tigers, Leopards, Striped Hyenas, Sambar deer, Chital and a host of birds and flora.  It is named after the historic Ranthambore fortress, which lies within the park. For a wildlife enthusiast, this place is a dream come true as it is famous for frequent tiger sightings. The national park has ruins of old structures in the backdrop of nature and thus is a wonderful concoction of history and wilderness. Tigers here aren’t bothered by human presence and hunt and roam around in the open in broad daylight. This increases the chance of getting an eyeful of the mighty cats. So get ready to experience the thrill of jungle safari at Ranthambore and get immersed in its sights and sounds. Book your Ranthambore safari package online with Travel Trikon now. About Ranthambore Ranthambore National Park or Ranthambhore is one of the largest national parks in northern India, covering entire area of around 400 sq. km. It is situated in the Sawai Madhopur district of southeastern Rajasthan, about 160 km from Jaipur, which is also the nearest airport. The nearest town and railway station is at Sawai Madhopur, about 11 km away. Ranthambore National Park lies at the edge of a plateau and is bounded to the north by the Banas River and to the south by the Chambal River.   read more read less
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Bandhavgarh Wildlife Safari
₹ 12,500
2 Nights 3 Days
20 Apr, 4 May, and 18 May
South Civil Lines, Madhya Pradesh
Bandhavgarh Wildlife Safari
₹ 12,500
Grade: Easy    Type: Wildlife  Jungle Safari's: 4 Safari's in Core Zone   In a land not so far away, lies a world we most imagined as kids whenever we heard stories about brave explorers and adventurers. A dense jungle full of wild and ferocious creatures, awaiting their prey, patiently in the shadows! Well, now is your chance to actually witness all of it for real, of course, without putting your life in danger. Bandhavgarh is one such paradise where you can experience the thrill of wilderness on Jeep Safari and get a glimpse of the tigers as they prowl about, laze around or even when they go for a kill. Apart from  a vast number of Tiger species, including the White Tiger, you can also witness leopards, gaur, asiatic jackal, sloth bears, hyenas and a wide variety of deers. A number of birds and reptiles also dot the naturally rich landscape. About Bandhavgarh Once used as a royal hunting ground for kings, life in Bandhavgarh has come a full circle with the natives now working hard to conserve its four-legged inhabitants. Bandhavgarh translates to “brother’s fort.” It is believed that Lord Ram gifted a fort in the vicinity of this place to his younger brother Lakshman. The Bandhavgarh National Park was declared a tiger reserve in 1993 under a conservation project. It supports an ecosystem of 22 mammals and 250 bird species in perfect harmony.     read more read less
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