Experience the prolific parks and tiger reserves of Panna, Bandhavgarh, Kanha and Pench, staying in the most exquisite properties and experiencing some of the finest wildlife viewing in the country.
Combine four of India’s finest tiger reserves while staying in small but sophisticated properties that occupy the best locations, offer a highly personal and exclusive touch, and are designed to leave a featherlight footprint. You will stay in a traditional stone cottage, a luxury tented camp and even a tree-house – always with nature at your doorstep. Your game-viewing will take place primarily in vehicles, with the odd interpretative jungle walk, and in your down time you can relax in a pool, be cosseted in a spa or simply soak up views of the surrounding countryside.
Arrive Delhi and overnight
Fly to Khajuraho and drive to Panna National Park.
Fly from Delhi to Khajuraho, and then transfer to Panna National Park for a three night stay in the beautiful stone cottages of Pashan Garh. With an expert naturalist guide you may come close to the prolific wildlife on foot and by safari vehicle. Within the park you will have the opportunity to see the beautiful waterfalls and thick teak forest and may well encounter tiger, leopards, wolf, hyena, jackal and sloth bear.
Accommodation: Pashan Garh, 3-nights
Drive to Bandhavgarh National Park
In Bandhavgarh National Park, you will be based at the luxury jungle village cottages at Mahua Kothi, just 20 minutes from the park entrance, and will have plenty of time to experience the abundant wildlife of the reserve. The density of its big cat population has made Bandhavgarh world famous. The Park is also home to a large variety of mammals: leopard, chital (spotted deer), sambar, nilgai, wild boar, chinkara, sloth bear, rhesus macaque, grey langur, jungle cat, hyena, porcupine, jackal, fox, and dhole.
Accommodation: Mahua Kothi, 3-nights
Drive to Kanha National Park
The journey to Kanha is approximately six hours. Enjoy an authentic safari wilderness experience as you stay in the luxury tented camp of Banjaar Tola for the next three nights. Kanha National Park was one of the first reserves to get involved in Project Tiger and is today the project’s star success story with a healthy population recovery. Striped hyena, leopards, mouse deer and chinkara are also to be found within the park.
Accommodation: Banjaar Tola, 3-nights
Fly to Delhi and onward to the UK
Fly from Jabalpur to Delhi for a daytime flight back to the UK.
You should note: New regulations in India’s national parks mean that safaris must be booked and paid in advance on a first-come, first-served basis. As places are limited, we recommend you book as early as possible to avoid disappointment.