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Natural Based tourism in India

Tourism is the largest service industry in India, with a contribution of 6.23% to the national GDP and 8.78% of
the total employment in India. India witnesses more than 5 million annual foreign tourist arrivals and 562
million domestic tourism visits.[1] The tourism industry in India generated about US$100 billion in 2008 and
that is expected to increase to US$275.5 billion by 2018 at a 9.4% annual growth rate.[2] The Ministry of
Tourism is the nodal agency for the development and promotion of tourism in India and maintains the
"Incredible India" campaign.

According to World Travel and Tourism Council, India will be a tourism hotspot from 2009–2018,[3] having the
highest 10-year growth potential.[4] The Travel & Tourism Competitiveness Report 2007 ranked tourism in India
6th in terms of price competitiveness and 39th in terms of safety and security.[5] Despite short- and medium-
term setbacks, such as shortage of hotel rooms,[6] tourism revenues are expected to surge by 42% from 2007 to

India has a growing medical tourism sector. The 2010 Commonwealth Games in Delhi are expected to
significantly boost tourism in India.

nature-based tourism. Leisure travel undertaken largely or solely for the purpose of enjoying natural
attractions and engaging in a variety of outdoor activities. Bird watching, hiking, fishing, and beachcombing are
all examples of nature-based tourism.

India ranks high among the tourist destinations of the world when it comes to nature tourism. Nature tourism in
India is immensely popular due to the varied topographical features that range from the snow-capped mountains
to exquisite backwaters. The nature tours offer a good opportunity not only to enjoy the natural splendor but
also to indulge in the various adventure activities such as mountaineering, jungle safari, fishing and various
other adventures.

You can try out some of the most exciting and delightful nature tours that are:

Angling and Fishing Tours:

The charming Himalayan valleys and coastal stretches of the Arabian Sea and Bay of Bengal offer a good
opportunity to enjoy these tours. You need to have a great deal of agility, strength and tones of patience in order
to catch these aquatic creatures. The Indian mainland offers some of the finest spots for freshwater fishing and
you can try your hand at Mahseer in different varieties such as Golden, Silver, the Silver Grey and the Black.
The fresh water lakes of Dodital in the Himalayas and winding streams of Munnar in Kerala are ideal for
fishing. You can avail of lodges and bungalows that are located nearby and provide excellent services and

Mountain Tours:
To escape from the clamor and rush of the plains, a large number of tourists drop in to the Himalayan retreats.
Lots of nature tour packages are available that will take you into the true abode of nature. Some of the major hill
resorts of India included in the nature tours are Shimla, Manali, Mussoorie, Ooty, Munnar, Dharamsala,
Kodaikanal, Dalhousie and Darjeeling. Lots of adventure activities also attract the tourists such as skiing,
trekking, rock climbing and hiking in the snow-clad peaks. As for accommodation, a number of colonial
bungalows, hotels and resorts are easily available at these tourist destinations in various categories.

Backwater Tours in Kerala:

Kerala is one of the most enchanting destinations for savoring the natural beauty of Southern India. Its tropical
ambiance is blessed with lush greenery and wonderful backwaters. The backwater tours would be ideal to
explore nature since you will come across the sylvan surroundings endowed with palm-groves and swaying
paddy fields. The waterbus ferry and cruise boats are available in plenty apart from the traditional houseboats,
also known as “Kettuvalloms”. The modern range of facilities and warm hospitality make for an unforgettable
travel experience.

Wildlife Tours:
Some of the major wildlife destinations in India include famous names like Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary, Jim
Corbett National Park, Kaziranga Wildlife Sanctuary, Bandhavgarh National Park and Sunderbans National
Park. These sanctuaries and national parks are the repository of an amazing variety of flora and fauna. You can
indulge in the wildlife safari tours, jungle treks and nature walks here. You can get the facility of many cottages,
tourist bungalows and camps that would make for an exclusive experience of spending vacations amidst
unspoilt nature.

Find complete information on the Nature Tours in India by clicking on to the site
which offers valuable inputs on Nature Tourism in India.

Wouldn't you love to dig into rice on a banana leaf? Rice that has been prepared in a natural hot water spring!
Bathe in the brooks that completely fail the smartest of showers way back home and have curative properties.

Come, make merry in the forests, deserts and hills. Run after the butterflies, count the stars in the open sky, spot
the most colorful of birds amongst the greens, get wet in the magical monsoon, make the misty mountain hold
your victory flag, bask under the bright sun.

Capture the moments that will get embedded into your memories for a long time to come. Learn the art of living
happily, in harmony with nature, let your mind wander Admire the local craftsmanship used on the native
materials using the indigenous techniques in the lodges, developed for the comfortable stay of the tourists.

There are several choices for safaris to be up and close with the wildlife. Walk through the picturesque forest
road leading and ascending through the hilly terrain into the wilderness.

A wholesome climate, the dancing reeds and swirling water, with enough silence to make your ear feel the
music in the breeze.

The use of the lanterns at dusk, a good night sleep in the mud cottages with antique furniture crafted from
bamboos and natural flora will be some of the bonuses of the trip.

Eco Tourism in India

Ecotourism is entirely a new approach in tourism. Ecotourism is a preserving travel to natural areas to
appreciate the cultural and natural history of the environment, taking care not to disturb the integrity of the
ecosystem, while creating economic opportunities that make conservation and protection of natural resources
advantageous to the local people.

In short, ecotourism can be categorised as a tourism programme that is - "Nature based, Ecologically
sustainable, Where education and interpretation is a major constituent and Where local people are benefited."

All this together can be called ecotourism. If a travel does not satisfy any one of these constituents, then it is not
called a real ecotourism venture.

Nature and natural world are back in the world, in people's consciousness and in the markets with a vengeance.
The march of technology is accompanied by an mushrooming awareness of the need to respect the environment.

The condition of our planet is a cause for concern for many environmentalists the world over and efforts to stem
the damage are gaining momentum by the day. People form the world are finding pleasure in going back to
natural products and tastes as opposed to the artificial and the synthetic. Be it in food, fashion and interior
decoration. After all, what can compete with the taste of fresh mango ice cream? Certainly not artificially
flavored and colored mango ice cream. Nothing can compare with the coolness of cotton on one's skin on a hot
summer's day. It goes for the Nature tourism or Eco Tourism also. Whether it is the eco tourism drive launched
by the green state of Kerala or promotion of Heritage Hotels by Rajasthan, all of these initiatives indicate
toward the growing popularity for eco tourism in India.

There are three specific segments of Eco Tourism. Nature Tourism-based on the web of life or life forms,
Adventure Tourism-dealing with sports activities in various natural environs, and Culture Tourism-dealing with
aspects of social and cultural heritage. Indian Holiday supports and extends help in conducting travel that fulfill
all the activities that helps regenerate and preserve environment. Come and explore India in an effort to save the
ecological heritage of India.

Though Green travel in India is still at its nascent stage, several environment conscious tour operators have
slowly started developing eco-friendly travel and tour packages for India. The concept of Green travel was
originally sparked off by the idea of making harmonious co-existence with nature a reality once again. We at
Indianvisit are one such group of travel agents and tour operators for India who are striving for a purer and
cleaner environment. Our Green travels have been developed in response to the urgent need for adopting more
nature friendly lifestyles. The perilously high rate of global warming is indication enough that if humankind
does not adopt a more pro-active stance, nature is going to buckle under the onslaught of careless neglect and

The Concern for Ecotourism

Since ages, nature worship and the conservation ethics have been an inseparable part of Indian thought and
traditions. Traces go back to ancient civilisations of India, when people used to nurture the philosophy of the
oneness of life. The Indian tradition has always taught that, humankind is a part of nature and one should look
upon all creation with the eyes of a love and respect.

It is tragic that since last few decades, the mad quest for the material end and economical progress in India and
abroad has become identical with the exploitation of nature in all its appearances. Today, the entire world is
facing a deep crisis and is in the danger of being doomed. The rich forest areas and biological diversities have
been relentlessly divested to erect concrete walls. The continuos denuding of forest reserves has led to Global
Warming and Greenhouse Effects. Fortunately, this has led to some realisation, and now the world has awaken
for new beginnings about human responsibility towards nature.
Ecotourism in India
India, the land of varied geography offers several tourist destinations that not just de-stress but also rejuvenate
you. There are several ways to enjoy Mother Nature in most pristine way. The few places like the Himalayan
Region, Kerala, the northeast India, Andaman & Nicobar Islands and the Lakshdweep islands are some of the
places where you can enjoy the treasured wealth of the Mother Nature. Thenmala in Kerala is the first planned
ecotourism destination in India created to cater to the Eco-tourists and nature lovers.

The India topography boasts an abundant source of flora & fauna. India has numerous rare and endangered
species in its surroundings. The declaration of several wildlife areas and national parks has encouraged the
growth of the wildlife resource, which reduced due to the wildlife hunt by several kings in the past. Today,
India has many wildlife sanctuaries and protection laws. Currently, there are about 80 national parks and 441
sanctuaries in India, which works for the protection and conservation of wildlife resource in India.

There are numerous Botanical and Zoological Gardens in India, which are working towards the enhancement of
the Ecosystem. Poaching has stopped to large extent. There are severe punishments for poachers, hunters and
illegal traders of animals and trees. Tree plantation are taking place in several places. There are several animal
& plant rights organisation, who fight for the rights of the animals and plants. Numerous organisations and
NGOs are coming forward to provide environmental education to the common people at the grass root level.


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Sustainable Tourism
Employing 260 million people and generating 10.7% of world’s GDP, Tourism is the largest as well as the fastest industry
of the world. Bigger planning and management is in dire need to control the tourism industry, and more important, to
protect and conserve the biodiversity of tourist places. Dealing predominantly with such serious issues, sustainable
tourism comes in great handy, as it is all about conserving the resources, valuing the local culture and tradition and,
contributing largely in economy.

What is Sustainable Tourism? Sustainable tourism is a kind of approach to tourism meant to make the development of
tourism ecologically supportable in the long term. The very importance of sustainable tourism lies in its motives to
conserve the resources and increase the value of local culture and tradition. Sustainable tourism is a responsible tourism
intending to generate employment and income along with alleviating any deeper impact on environment and local

Characteristics of Sustainable Tourism

 Sustainable Tourism tries its utmost to maintain the importance of local culture and tradition.
 Sustainable Tourism is informatory, as it doesn’t only let tourist know about the destinations but also it helps
locals knowing about the culture and civilisation of tourists.
 This kind of tourism is aimed to conserve the resources of destinations where one is visiting to
 Sustainable Tourism seeks deeper involvement of locals, which provide local people an opportunity and make
their living. Above all, Sustainable Tourism stresses pointedly upon integrity of the tourist places.

Principles of Sustainable Tourism

With the increased footfalls of tourists, the deep need today is that tourism like other sector be planned and managed
suitably. Sustainable development of tourism is possible only if its follows some of its guidelines and principles.

 Tourism ought to be initiated at any location with the help of local community. The involvement of local
community helps maintaining the appropriate tourism development.
 The local community has to meet the direct benefit of flourishing tourism in their area. Link between local
business and tourism enable local people gain economically as well.
 To cause large growth in sustainable development, there is need that codes, ethics and some fair guidelines be
 In order to heighten the importance of heritage and natural resources, and manage them better, training and
education programme should be instituted.

Relationship between Ecotourism and Sustainable tourism

Ecotourism basically deals with nature based tourism, and is aimed “to conserve the environment and improves the
well-being of local people”. On the other hand, sustainable tourism includes all segments of tourism, and has same
function to perform as of ecotourism – to conserve the resources and increase the local cultural and traditional value.
Though the goals of ecotourism and sustainable tourism is much similar, but the latter is broader and conceals within
itself very many aspects and categories of tourism.

Major Location : Kerala, though Ayurveda is practiced in almost all the part of India.
Time : Any time of the year. But, the treatment is best during the Monsoons.

"Life (ayu) is the combination (samyoga) of body, senses, mind and reincarnating soul. Ayurveda is the most sacred
science of life, beneficial to humans both in this world and the world beyond."
Charaka Samhita, Sutrasthana, 1.42-43.

What is Ayurveda ?
Ayurveda is a Sanskrit word, derived from two roots : 'Ayush', which means life, and 'Veda', which mean knowledge.
Therefore, Ayurveda is the science of life.

Ayurveda is a science dealing not only with treatment of some diseases but is a complete way of life. It is only system of
medicine which imbibes suggestions and remedies for both healthy and diseased people. Centuries before the World
Health Organization recognized that health is not merely the physical well being and just the absence of disease,
ayurveda was dealing with the mental, physical and social well being of an individual.

The Origin of Ayurveda

Ayurveda is the ancient Indian medical science, which originated about 5000 years ago. The Ayurveda has its mention in
one of the oldest (about 6,000 years) philosophical texts of the world, the Rig Veda.

In its broader sense, Ayurveda has always demanded to prepare mankind for the realisation of the full potential of its
self through a psychosomatic integration. A complete health care is what Ayurveda prescribes for the ultimate self-
realisation. The Rig Veda also mentions organ transplants and herbal remedies called Soma with properties of elixir.

During 3,000 to 2,000 BC Atharvaveda one of the four Vedas was authored, of which Ayurveda is an Upaveda
(subsection). Though, Ayurveda had been practiced all along, it was during this period that ayurveda in India, was
codified from the oral tradition to book form, as an independent science. Atharvaveda enlists eight branches of
Ayurveda namely - Kayachikitsa (Internal Medicine), Shalakya Tantra (surgery and treatment of head and neck,
Ophthalmology and Otolaryngology), Shalya Tantra (Surgery), Agada Tantra (Toxicology), Bhuta Vidya (Psychiatry),
Kaumarabhritya (Pediatrics), Rasayana (science of rejuvenation or anti-aging), and Vajikarana (the science of fertility).

The most fascinating aspect of Ayurveda is, it uses almost all the methods of healing like lifestyle regimen, yoga, aroma,
meditation, gems, amulets, herbs, diet, jyotishi (astrology), colour and surgery etc. in treating patients.

The Ayurveda & Our Body

According to Ayurveda every body is made up of five elements, namely :
» Prithvi or earth.
» Jal or water.
» Tejas or fire.
» Vayu or air.
» Akash or space.
The structural aspect of the body is made up of these five elements, but the functional aspect of the body is governed by
three biological humors. Ether and air combine to form what is known in Ayurveda as the Vata dosha. Vata governs the
principle of movement and therefore can be seen as the force which directs nerve impulses, circulation, respiration, and
elimination. Fire and water combine to form the Pitta dosha. The Pitta dosha governs the process of transformation or
metabolism. The digestion of food in our body is an example of Pitta function. Pitta is also responsible for metabolism in
the organ and tissue systems as well as cellular metabolism. Finally, the water and earth combine to form the Kapha

There are seven body types: mono-types (vata, pitta or kapha predominant), dual types (vata-pitta, pitta-kapha or,
kapha-vata), and equal types, (vata, pitta and kapha in equal proportions). Every individual has a unique combination of
these three doshas. To understand the uniqueness of every individual is the very basis of ayurveda.

The Ayurveda & Our Mind

Ayurveda classifies human temperaments into three basic qualities: satvic, rajasic and tamasic. Satvic qualities imply
purity and clarity of perception which are responsible for goodness and happiness. Rajas is responsible for all
movements, and activities. It leads to the life of sensual enjoyment, pleasure and pain, effort and restlessness. Tamas is
darkness, inertia, heaviness and materialistic attitudes. There is a constant interplay of these three gunas (qualities) in
the individual consciousness, but the relative predominance of either satva, rajas, or tamas is responsible for individual
psychological constitution.

The Ayurvead & the Disease Process

According to Ayurveda, health is a state of balance between the body, mind and consciousness. Within the body,
Ayurveda recognizes the three doshas( bodily humors) vata, pitta and kapha; seven dhatus(tissues), blood, plasma, fat,
muscle, bone, nerve, and reproductive; three malas(wastes), feces, urine and sweat; and agni, the energy of
metabolism. Disease is a condition of disharmony in any of these factors. The root cause of imbalance, or disease, is an
aggravation of dosha, vata-pitta-kapha.

Ayurveda is the system of medicine incorporating centuries of wisdom in it. The emphasis here is on ways to promote
health rather than just treat disease. The beauty of the system is that every individual is unique rather than being just
another case of particular disease. It is one of the few systems of medicine taking mental, emotional and spiritual well
being into account. All the suggestions and remedies prescribed in Ayurveda are completely in conjunction with nature.

The Ayurveda & Our Ecosystem

Today we find a renewed interest in traditional medicine. In the recent few decades, it has been seen that people are
becoming more inclined towards the Ayurveda, the green medicine. This renewal of interest in plant based drugs is
mainly due to the current widespread belief that `green medicine’ is safe and more dependable than the costly synthetic
drug many of which have negative side effects.

This return of interest in the plant based (Ayurveda) drugs have necessitated a growing demand of medicinal plants
leading to over-exploitation, unsustainable harvesting and finally to the virtual killing of several precious plant species in
the wild. Moreover, the biosphere degradation due to increased human activities (human settlements, agriculture and
other developmental programmes), illegal trade in rare and endangered medicinal plants, and loss of regeneration
potential of the degraded forests have further activated the current rate of extinction of plants particularly the
medicinal plants.

In this extremely difficult situation the country has to implement its commitment to the conservation of bio-diversity
and its sustainable use. Considering that, at present 90% collection of medicinal plants is from wild, generating about 40
million mandays employment current practices of harvesting are unsustainable and responsible for depletion of
resource base. To reverse this process Forest Departments have to initiate following actions -

Identify forest areas rich in medicinal plants (about 200 in number having an area of about 5000 ha) formulate a
management plan for intensive management and sustainable harvesting of herbal products.

Establishment of 200 "Vanaspati Van" in degraded forest areas where medicinal plants exist or existed. Each "Vanaspati
Van" should have an area of 3000-5000 ha, with irrigation facility and managed by a registered society headed by
Divisional Forest Officer.

It should effectively regulate extraction and transport of medicinal plants from wild. Department should maintain a list
of petty traders, private agents, wholesale dealers and final consumers of medicinal plants. It should organise training
and awareness campus on various aspects of medicinal plant development.

Locations : Can be Practiced at any place. It can be your Home, Any Religious Place or Any Meditation Practicing Centre
or Any other Tranquil Place on the Earth.
Time : Any time of the year.

What is Meditation
Meditation is one of the five points practiced in Yoga. Meditation relates to positive thinking. Since ancient times sages
and saints of India have been practicing Meditation. Meditation is done to reach positive and holistic health. Meditation
can be practiced to develop the awareness and the energy required to transform deep-rooted mental habit patterns.

Forms of Meditation
The various forms of meditation comprise of Chakra, Yantra and Mantra. They all aim at calming the mind through
concentration. Meditation, the state of extreme absorption leads to peace and empowerment. Meditation is practiced
in various styles like concentrating on an image, chanting or regulatory breathing. All of the styles aim at preventing
thoughts and aiming at the energy centers in the body.

The Benefits of Meditation

The techniques of meditation are simple and easy to learn, though the ability to keep the mind focused takes time,
patience and practice. The practice of meditation, regularly, gives the benefits like reduction of stress, tension, anxiety
and frustration, as well as improved memory, concentration, inner peace and physical well being. Meditation have also
proved themselves to be highly effective in treating psychological problems such as obsessive-compulsive disorders,
depression, schizophrenia, anxiety and irrational fears.

Meditation Centres In India

Since ancient times India has been known for Meditation and Yoga methodology. As a result of the popularity of
Meditation and Yoga in India; many Meditation and Yoga Centres were established in India. They have marked their
place in Indian as well as global sphere. Some of the famous Meditation Destinations in India are Haridwar, Rishikesh,
Varanasi and Nashik. Rishikesh is called the yoga capital of the world and there are many ashrams in Rishikesh offering
courses on Meditation and Hindu philosophy. The Pranayama Meditation classes at Sri Ved Niketan Ashram in Rishikesh
is well known.

The Practices Covered in Meditation

Meditation is one of the most important components of Yoga. Meditation is a mind-body therapy involving a series of
exercises. The word 'Meditation' covers many practices from visualizing situations, focusing on objects or images,
thinking through a complex idea, or even getting lost in a provocative book. However in Yoga, Meditation generally
refers to the practice of focusing the mind and observing oneself in the moment.

Meditation and Ecosystem

Meditation is an Eco-Friendly way to treat the body, mind and soul. Meditation is a form of treatment, which does not
harm our environment and our ecosystem. Our Ecosystem remains intact, as Meditation does not require in biological
system to produce treatment.

Wildlife Tours India

Wildlife tour in India is full of adventure as it gives you an opportunity to visit several Eco parks and wildlife reserves
which house a large number of fauna and flora . Our 16 days wildife tour package will enable you to experience the joy
of discovering some of the best Eco parks and wildlife reserves.
Covering the wildlife and adventurous destinations like Corbett, Ranthambore, Bharatpur, Khajuraho, Bandhavgarh and
Kanha, you will have ample of opportunity to relish the thrill of visiting so many adventurous wildlife destination. Places
covered in our tour itinerary will be Delhi, Corbett, Ranthambore, Bharatpur, Agra, Khajuraho, Bandhavgarh, Kanha,
Nagpur and Mumbai.

Tourist Information

 Hotels will be booked in advance to keep you at better comfort.

 Free service of well educated and experienced tour guide / executive.
 All transportation facility during the tour will be provided by us.
 If you wish to stay at more luxurious hotels, we will be happy making you available a place of your choice.
 Our tour package includes facility of lodging, fooding and sight seeing costs.
 Costs of other than fooding, lodging and sight seeing will not be borne by us.
 Any loss or theft of your luggage will not be our responsibility.
 We will be pleased dealing with all your queries.

Detailed Itinerary
Walk the walled city before you hear Tiger's growling
( From day1st to day 5th)
After arriving in Delhi, you will get a warm welcome form our representative who will help you transporting to a
hotel pre-booked by us. The first day of your tour will start with the full day visit to Delhi. You will be roaming and
discovering the old and new city of Delhi while being at places like Qutab Minar, Humayun's Tomb, Red fort, India
gate, Birla temple, Parliament, President house, Jama Masjid and Raj Ghat.

On 2nd day, you will be moving to Corbett, where your wildlife adventure will take on. You will enjoy your 3rd and
4th day as well being in the nature's lap at Corbett. This National Park lies in Nainital of Uttaranchal. Corbett has one
of the finest wildlife park in India which will vouchsafe you that you enjoy the wildlife adventure utmost. This park
has approx 50 tigers along with several other wildlife animals like leopards, wild dogs, cats, porcupines, civets,
jackals, sloth bears, black bears, wild boars and elephants.

On 5th day, you will be driving back to Delhi, and will enjoy the evening in leisure. Our representative will always be
with you at every spot to make you sure that you don't suffer any inconvenience.
Enjoy the fascination of Tiger and Taj Mahal
(6th day to 9th day )
On 6th day, in the morning, you will be rushing to railway station to catch train for Sawai Madhopur in order to visit
Ranthambore National Park. After reaching Ranthambore, rest of the day will be enjoyed by you in leisure at hotel
pre-booked by us. Whole of the next day (7th day), you will be discovering the Ranthambore National Park. This
Tiger reserve is famous for its Tiger's population. It was very poular place of hunting by Maharajas in the medievel
period. Game viewing at this park is something which will thrill you most. You will be spending this night, too, at
Ranthambore, and will enjoy the leisure.
The next day (8th day), you will be taking morning drive to Keoladeo Ghana National Park, also popularly known as
Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary. This bird sanctuary is one of the most breeding and feeding ground for migratory birds in
the world, and boast of housing more than 350 species of birds coming form the places like Europe and Siberia. you
will have possibilities to see more than 150 species of birds in a single day, and more than 10 species nesting in the
same tree. After staying there overnight at hotel pre-booked by us, next morning, on the 9th day, you will be taking
some pleasant view of the bird sanctuary.

After having a pack of adventure and wildlife tour, the next place you visit will be Agra, mere 50 kilometers from
Bharatpur. At agra, you will find Taj Mahal worth enough to mesmerise you through its unqiue architectural beauty.
Other places you visit here will be Agra fort and Sikandra. After staying overnight at Agra, next morning you will be
preparing to leave for Khajuraho.

Fall in love with amalgamation of heritage with wildlife

( 10 th day to last day )
10th day of your wildlife tour starts as you move from Agra to Khajuraho. This place owns unique architectural
temple complex which is one thousand year old. After staying overnight at pre-booked hotel, next morning (11th
day), you take on the visit of eastern and western temple complex of Khajuraho.

The same day, your wildlife adventure accelerates with the afternoon drive to Bandhavgarh which has a small
national park. Despite being small, this nature reserve has the highest density of tigers. This park is one of the best
habitat of tigers. Other animals which you might encounter at Bandhavagarh national park are leopards. Sambars,
Cheetals, wild dogs, wild boars, Chinkara, Nilgai, barking deer. On the 12th day, the whole day, you will be exploring
this national park which will enable you having splendid game viewing.

Overnight stay at the hotel at Bandhavgarh prepares you to get ready early next morning for the drive to Kanha
national park. It will be 13th day of your wildlife tour which you will be spending at Kanha national park. This
national park is spread around 940 sq Kilometers, and possesses an exquisite view of both fauna and flora. The next
day, you will be enjoying game viewing at Kanha, and will be seeing exellent view of greenery and animals like tigers,
wild dogs, cheetal, sambars, four horned antelope, barking deers and langoors. Evening of the 14th day, you will
enjoying in leisure, and will be staying overnight there.

On the 2nd last day (15th day)of your wildlife adventurous tour, you will be travelling to Nagpur in the morning,
where you will board a flight to Mumbai. In Mumbai where you will stay overnight, like all other places, hotels will
be pre-booked us. And, next day on the 16th and last day of tour, our representative will transfer you to the
International airport where you will catch flight to your onward destination giving an adieu to your exhilarating
wildlife tour of India.