1 April – 13 April, 2017
Join us for an exotic, colorful adventure as we search for the majestic Bengal tiger. We will make our way to Ranthambhore National Park in the state of Rajasthan. Although the elusive cat will be the main highlight of our expedition, we will also come to experience some of the many tastes and sights of India. We will pay a visit to the unforgettable Taj Mahal, and then travel through Rajasthan where we will spend several days in the incredible pink city of Jaipur and blue city of Jodphur.
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$7,950 USD India per person sharing $1,046 USD Single Supplement
|ARRIVAL/DEPARTURE LOCATION||Indira Gandhi International Airport, India|
|ARRIVAL TIME||1st April|
|Accommodation||Per Person Sharing, Single Supplement|
Letters correspond to points on the map in the map tab.
Day 1, April 1st: Arrive in Delhi
Day 2, April 2nd: Our First Game Drive
Days 3-7, April 3rd-7th: Ranthambhore National Park
Day 8, April 8th: Bharatpur, Fatehpur Sikri, Agra
Day 8 PM
Day 9, April 9th: Agra
Day 9 PM Agra to Jaipur & Day 10, April 10th: Jaipur
Day 11 & 12, April 11th-12th: Jodhpur
Day 12: Jodhpur is a 15th century city built on the fringe of the Thar Desert, dominated by the gigantic Mehrangarh Fort, one of India’s largest forts set on a hill above the city. We spend a large portion of the day exploring the fort, leaving time to photograph the sprawling Blue City below. Overnight at the Ajit Bhawan.
Day 13, April 13th: Jodhpur Then Fly to Delhi
Day 13 PM: We transfer to the airport to board our return flight to Delhi. We arrive in Delhi and transfer to a hotel near the international airport. We can rest here to prepare for our international flights home.
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“When I was a young boy my parents took me to a zoo where I saw my first tiger. Since then there hasn’t been another animal that has captivated me as much as this magnificent and beautiful cat. I have been very fortunate to fulfill my dream and see and photograph tigers in the wild on many trips to India.”
“India does more to the senses than any other country that I know. It is filled with colors, tastes, smells (some not so good), noise and life. But being in the presence of the regal Bengal tiger is about as exciting as it gets. They are one of the most charismatic animals I have ever photographed.”