Trip reference number: 21815

Trip Operator: Wildlife Worldwide

Birds & Tigers In Central India

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This tour explores central India’s wildlife hotspots in search of tiger, sloth bear, leopard, wild dog, and a superb variety of birds, and includes a visit to the ever-impressive Taj Mahal.

Both Pench and Satpura National Parks offer wildlife away from the crowds. In Pench we stay on the remote northern side, which is quiet but very rich in wildlife. Meanwhile Satpura is little known but is unique in offering walks and boat safaris. The dry bamboo forest and open landscape of Tadoba Andhari Tiger Reserve offer fantastic photographic opportunities, with great scope for birding and other wildlife viewing. The park has boasted some of the best tiger sightings in recent years. 

Typical itinerary

The full itinerary detail is available on our website.

  1. Day 1: Depart UK
  2. Day 2: Arrive in Delhi
  3. Day 3: Birdwatching in Bharatpur
  4. Days 4-6: Birding in Chambal
  5. Day 7: Visit Agra – The Taj Mahal & Agra Fort
  6. Days 8-11: Safaris in Satpura and Pachmarhi
  7. Days 12-13: Safaris in Pench
  8. Days 14-15: Explore Tadoba
  9. Day 16: Return to Delhi
  10. Day 17: Fly to the UK
  • Available*: Nov to Dec
  • Group size: 10
  • Price including flights from/to UK: From £4,795 pp
  • Price excluding international flights: From £4,195 pp
  • Included in the price/package:
    • Services of an expert leader
    • Transfers
    • Accommodation
    • All meals
    • Guided activities
    • Second leader subject to minimum leaders
  • Activities available:
    • Boat trip
    • Culture
    • Nature drive
    • Photography


This is a group trip with fixed departure dates. Please refer to our website for further information.

This trip has no fixed departures but restrictions may apply - check operator website

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