Kanha National Park: Mar 04—09, 2015
Royal Rajasthan Train Journey Post-trip
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Bengal Tiger, Kanha National Park— Photo: Dion Hobcroft
This post-trip to our Royal Rajasthan Train Journey will take us from Delhi into the heartland of the great subcontinent. We will visit the loveliest of all tiger reserves, Kanha National Park, where our chances of seeing a tiger, in addition to a host of other birds and mammals, are excellent. This lovely reserve teems with birds and other wildlife.
Kanha National Park is one of the best places in the world to see the Bengal Tiger, and there is also the possibility of Leopard, Dhole or Indian hunting dog, Gaur (the world’s largest species of wild cattle), and an assortment of great birds. Some of the specialties we may encounter include Painted Francolin, five species of vultures, several species of eagles, Lesser Adjutant Stork, Brown Fish-Owl, White-naped Woodpecker, and Indian Scimitar-Babbler.
We will be treated to an indelible view of India, its people, its history, and its impressive wildlife.
Excellent accommodations and food; relaxed pace with most birding on well-made paths or by jeep; some midday breaks; not physically demanding; climate hot and dry.