Our India Safaris
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India is a fascinating and magical destination that combines majestic wildlife and astounding culture. Our Indian safaris offer a unique richness of biodiversity that will appeal to any wildlife enthusiast and have been developed in keeping with our core values. Providing small group and tailor-made safaris, visiting premier National Parks, game lodges and hotels. All the while supporting local conservation initiatives through the TOFT Tiger conservation organisation.
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Thirteen day Tiger safari

Our thirteen day safari includes three different Tiger Reserves (National Parks) - Bandhavgarh, Kanha and Pench, within the province of Madhya Pradesh. We also include two nights in New Delhi on arrival, to acclimatise and enjoy the sights and sounds of this culturally diverse city, before flying south to Tiger country. You can choose to include either four star or five star accommodation to suit your pocket (see our rates page for more info). Details of all our preferred lodges and hotels can be found on our main India page.

Day 1 Delhi
On arrival at Delhi airport (Indria Gandhi International) you will be met by our representative and transfer to your hotel to settle in, rest and acclimatise after your international flight.

Day 2 Delhi sightseeing
Delhi is a vibrant city rich in culture, architecture, beautiful gardens and human diversity. Its history is reflected in its magnificent monuments, museums and galleries. The city comprises two contrasting yet harmonious parts, Old Delhi and New Delhi.
Old Delhi was the capital of Muslim India from the twelfth to the nineteenth centuries, while New Delhi was created by the British Raj and replaced Calcutta as the capital in 1931. We split this day into two halves, first a morning visiting the sights and sounds of the old town, followed by an afternoon trip to experience new Delhi, accompanied by a private guide.
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After breakfast you will be picked up by your guide and driver for a morning sightseeing around Old Delhi, including:
Jama Masjid: This highly decorative Mosque is the largest Mosque in India. Built in1658, it has two 40 metre high minarets constructed of strips of red sandstone and white marble.
Chandni Chowk: The bustling oriental bazaar built in 1650. Here you’ll hop on a rickshaw for a ride around the maze-like streets and alleys, taking in the sights, sounds and aromatic smells of the historical spice market which is still operating today.
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Red Fort (Exterior): The red sandstone walls of the massive Red Fort stretch some two kilometres, rising 33 meters above the clamour of Old Delhi.
Raj Ghat: This marks the place where Mahatma Gandhi was cremated after being assassinated in 1948. Set in a lovely garden on the banks of the Yamuna River
Lunch
Your afternoon tour of New Delhi includes:
Qutab Minar: An excellent example of Afghan architecture, with a 73 metre hand carved “tower of victory”.
Humayun’s Tomb: Built in 1565 AD this striking and beautiful tomb’s design evolved into the Taj Mahal.
India Gate: At the eastern end of the Raj Path in New Delhi stands the 42 metre high India Gate. An "arch of triumph” it commemorates the 90,000 Indian soldiers who lost their lives during the World War I and North West Frontier campaigns.

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Day 3 Bandhavgarh National Park
Mid morning flight from Delhi to Jabalpur and car transfer to your Bandhavgarh lodge.
Bandhavgarh National Park consists of a core area of 105 sq km and a buffer area of approximately 400 sq km and has the highest density of Tigers in India. Bandhavgarh is one of Indias most scenic National Parks, its dramatic landscape features tropical forests, woodlands and steep rocky hills with grasslands in the valleys below. The forest is renowned for the Royal Bengal Tigers. Other species include leopard, Jackal, Jungle Cat, Wild Boar, Deer, Sloth Bear, two species of monkey (Macaque and Langur), birds of prey such as the Steppe eagle and a variety of wildfowl.

Day 4 & 5 Bandhavgarh National Park
Enjoy morning and evening game drives within the Tiger reserve. Game drives are the best way to experience wildlife and wild habitats. Safaris are conducted by qualified and experienced naturalists in open, four passenger, 4x4 Gypsy (jeeps).
Game drives leave from your lodge just after dawn and normally continue through until 10:45, stopping for a packed breakfast within the reserve. Evening game drives aim to enter the reserve at 15:30, returning to your lodge before dark and in time for dinner.
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Day 6 Bandhavgarh and Kanha
Your last morning game drive within Bandhavgarh National Park, thereafter transfer by car to Kanha National Park (4-5 hours).
Kanha is one of India's largest and most remote wildlife habitats, covering 940 sq km of forest and lightly wooded grasslands. An extensive network of rivers and streams support it Sal and bamboo forests, rolling grasslands and prolific variety of flora and fauna that was designated as a National Park in 1976. Since 1955 a series of stringent conservation programmes for the protection of the park's flora and fauna has given Kanha its deserved reputation for being one of the finest, best administered, National Parks in Asia.
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Day 7 & 8 Kanha National Park
Morning and Evening game drives in the Kanha Tiger Reserve. Game drives and all meals included. As well as
Tigers, Kanha National Park has an excellent variety of wildlife including Leopards, Chital, Sambar, three striped palm Squirrel, common Langur and Jackal. A favourite place to view sunset in the park is known locally as (surprise, surprise) Sunset Point. This is one of the most beautiful areas, from where the dense luxuriance of Kanha's forests can be seen. Some of the animals that are often seen around Sunset Point are typical of this form of mixed forest zone: Sambar, Barking Deer, Gaur and four-horned Antelope. Kanha also has some 200 species of birdskanha
Day 9 Kanha and Pench National Park
A morning game drive, thereafter transfer by car to Pench National Park (approximately 3-4 hours)
Pench National park nestles in the lower southern reaches of the satpuda hills and is named after Pench river. It became the nineteenth Project Tiger Reserve in 1992 and is rich in wildlife. With its habitat being dominated by open canopy mixed forests, considerable shrub cover and open grassy patches. The undulating topography supports a mosaic of vegetation ranging from moist, sheltered valleys to open, dry deciduous forest meandering through the park from north to south.
Pench Tiger Reserve and is the original setting of Rudyard Kipling's most famous work, The Jungle Book.
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Day 10 & 11 Pench National Park
Morning and Evening game drives in the Pench Tiger Reserve. Game drives and all meals included.
The area is especially known for large herds of Gaur (Indian Bison), Cheetal, Sambar, Nilgai and Wild Pig. The key predator is the Tiger followed by Leopard, Wild dog and Wolf. Other mammals include Sloth Bear, Chousingha, Chinkara, Barking Deer, Jackal, Fox, Palm Civet, small Indian Civet, Jungle Cat, Hyena, and Porcupine.
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Day 12 Pench and Dehli
Morning game drive and then transfer to Nagpur airport (approximately 2 hrs) to fly back to Delhi arriving in the late evening. Transfer to your airport hotel.
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Day 13 Homeward bound
Transfer to Delhi airport for your return flight.
 
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Notes:
1) Meals on a full board basis with the exception of Dehli hotels, which are bed and breakfast.
2) All game drives included as detailed above.
3) Delhi sightseeing tour included.
4) Domestic flights and transfers as detailed included
5) The best months for this tour are November, February March and April.
6) May and April are hot, but are our favourite time as they offer great wildlife sightings.
7) October is available.
8) December and January are traditionally less busy, but tend to be cold in an open jeep in the morning.
9) This safari is not available during the monsoon months July to September.

On Track Safaris is a member of the TOFT Tigers conservation organisation. Your safari will be helping to fund Tiger Conservation in India
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Ten day Tiger safari - Bandhavgarh and Kanha

This ten day safari includes two different Tiger Reserves (National Parks) - Bandhavgarh, and Kanha, within the province of Madhya Pradesh. We also include two nights in New Delhi on arrival, to acclimatise and enjoy the sights and sounds of this culturally diverse city, before flying south to Tiger country. You can choose to include either four star or five star accommodation to suit your pocket (see our rates page for more info). Details of all our preferred lodges and hotels can be found on our main India page.

Day 1 Delhi
On arrival at Delhi airport (Indria Gandhi International) you will be met by our representative and transfer to your hotel to settle in, rest and acclimatise after your international flight.

Day 2 Delhi sightseeing Delhi is a vibrant city rich in culture, architecture, beautiful gardens and human diversity. Its history is reflected in its magnificent monuments, museums and galleries. The city comprises two contrasting yet harmonious parts, Old Delhi and New Delhi.
Old Delhi was the capital of Muslim India from the twelfth to the nineteenth centuries, while New Delhi was created by the British Raj and replaced Calcutta as the capital in 1931. We split this day into two halves, first a morning visiting the sights and sounds of the old town, followed by an afternoon trip to experience new Delhi, accompanied by a private guide.
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After breakfast you will be picked up by your guide and driver for a morning sightseeing around Old Delhi, including:
Jama Masjid: This highly decorative Mosque is the largest Mosque in India. Built in1658, it has two 40 metre high minarets constructed of strips of red sandstone and white marble.
Chandni Chowk: The bustling oriental bazaar built in 1650. Here you’ll hop on a rickshaw for a ride around the maze-like streets and alleys, taking in the sights, sounds and aromatic smells of the historical spice market which is still operating today.
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Red Fort (Exterior): The red sandstone walls of the massive Red Fort stretch some two kilometres, rising 33 meters above the clamour of Old Delhi.
Raj Ghat: This marks the place where Mahatma Gandhi was cremated after being assassinated in 1948. Set in a lovely garden on the banks of the Yamuna River
Lunch
Your afternoon tour of New Delhi includes:
Qutab Minar: An excellent example of Afghan architecture, with a 73 metre hand carved “tower of victory”.
Humayun’s Tomb: Built in 1565 AD this striking and beautiful tomb’s design evolved into the Taj Mahal.
India Gate: At the eastern end of the Raj Path in New Delhi stands the 42 metre high India Gate. An "arch of triumph” it commemorates the 90,000 Indian soldiers who lost their lives during the World War I and North West Frontier campaigns.

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Day 3 Bandhavgarh National Park
Mid morning flight from Delhi to Jabalpur and car transfer to your Bandhavgarh lodge.
Bandhavgarh National Park consists of a core area of 105 sq km and a buffer area of approximately 400 sq km and has the highest density of Tigers in India. Bandhavgarh is one of Indias most scenic National Parks, its dramatic landscape features tropical forests, woodlands and steep rocky hills with grasslands in the valleys below. The forest is renowned for the Royal Bengal Tigers. Other species include leopard, Jackal, Jungle Cat, Wild Boar, Deer, Sloth Bear, two species of monkey (Macaque and Langur), birds of prey such as the Steppe eagle and a variety of wildfowl.

Day 4 & 5 Bandhavgarh National Park
Enjoy morning and evening game drives within the Tiger reserve. Game drives are the best way to experience wildlife and wild habitats. Safaris are conducted by qualified and experienced naturalists in open, four passenger, 4x4 Gypsy (jeeps).
Game drives leave from your lodge just after dawn and normally continue through until 10:45, stopping for a packed breakfast within the reserve. Evening game drives aim to enter the reserve at 15:30, returning to your lodge before dark and in time for dinner.
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Day 6 Bandhavgarh and Kanha
Your last morning game drive within Bandhavgarh National Park, thereafter transfer by car to Kanha National Park (4-5 hours).
Kanha is one of India's largest and most remote wildlife habitats, covering 940 sq km of forest and lightly wooded grasslands. An extensive network of rivers and streams support it Sal and bamboo forests, rolling grasslands and prolific variety of flora and fauna that was designated as a National Park in 1976. Since 1955 a series of stringent conservation programmes for the protection of the park's flora and fauna has given Kanha its deserved reputation for being one of the finest, best administered, National Parks in Asia.
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Day 7 & 8 Kanha National Park
Morning and Evening game drives in the Kanha Tiger Reserve. Game drives and all meals included. As well as
Tigers, Kanha National Park has an excellent variety of wildlife including Leopards, Chital, Sambar, three striped palm Squirrel, common Langur and Jackal. A favourite place to view sunset in the park is known locally as (surprise, surprise) Sunset Point. This is one of the most beautiful areas, from where the dense luxuriance of Kanha's forests can be seen. Some of the animals that are often seen around Sunset Point are typical of this form of mixed forest zone: Sambar, Barking Deer, Gaur and four-horned Antelope. Kanha also has some 200 species of birdskanha
Day 9 Kanha and Delhi
Morning game drive and then transfer to Jabalpur airport (approximately 3 hrs) to fly back to Delhi arriving in the late evening. Transfer to your airport hotel.
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Day 10 Homeward bound
Transfer to Delhi airport for your return flight.

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Notes:
1) Meals on a full board basis with the exception of Dehli hotels, which are bed and breakfast.
2) All game drives included as detailed above.
3) Delhi sightseeing tour included.
4) Domestic flights and transfers as detailed included
5) The best months for this tour are November, February March and April.
6) May and April are hot, but are our favourite time as they offer great wildlife sightings.
7) October is available.
8) December and January are traditionally less busy, but tend to be cold in an open jeep in the morning.
9) This safari is not available during the monsoon months July to September.

On Track Safaris is a member of the TOFT Tigers conservation organisation. Your safari will be helping to fund Tiger Conservation in India


TOFT logo

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Ten day Tiger safari - Satpura and Bandhavgarh


This safari offers a unique mixture of game viewing, including the high density Tiger population in Bandhavgarh National Park, and (something different for India), night drives and bush walks in Satpura National Park. We also include two nights in New Delhi on arrival, to acclimatise and enjoy the sights and sounds of this culturally diverse city, before flying south to Tiger country. This safari includes five star accommodation. Details of all our preferred lodges and hotels can be found at our main India page.

Day 1 Delhi
On arrival at Delhi airport (Indria Gandhi International) you will be met by our representative and transfer to your hotel to settle in, rest and acclimatise after your international flight.

Day 2 Delhi sightseeing
Delhi is a vibrant city rich in culture, architecture, beautiful gardens and human diversity. Its history is reflected in its magnificent monuments, museums and galleries. The city comprises two contrasting yet harmonious parts, Old Delhi and New Delhi.
Old Delhi was the capital of Muslim India from the twelfth to the nineteenth centuries, while New Delhi was created by the British Raj and replaced Calcutta as the capital in 1931. We split this day into two halves, first a morning visiting the sights and sounds of the old town, followed by an afternoon trip to experience new Delhi, accompanied by a private guide.
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After breakfast you will be picked up by your guide and driver for a sightseeing tour around Old Delhi, including:
Jama Masjid: This highly decorative Mosque is the largest Mosque in India. Built in1658, it has two 40 metre high minarets constructed of strips of red sandstone and white marble.
Chandni Chowk: The bustling oriental bazaar built in 1650. Here you’ll hop on a rickshaw for a ride around the maze-like streets and alleys, taking in the sights, sounds and aromatic smells of the historical spice market which is still operating today.
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Red Fort (Exterior): The red sandstone walls of the massive Red Fort stretch some two kilometres, rising 33 meters above the clamour of Old Delhi.
Raj Ghat: This marks the place where Mahatma Gandhi was cremated after being assassinated in 1948. Set in a lovely garden on the banks of the Yamuna River
Lunch
Your afternoon tour of New Delhi includes:
Qutab Minar: An excellent example of Afghan architecture, with a 73 metre hand carved “tower of victory”.
Humayun’s Tomb: Built in 1565 AD this striking and beautiful tomb’s design evolved into the Taj Mahal.
India Gate: At the eastern end of the Raj Path in New Delhi stands the 42 metre high India Gate. An "arch of triumph” it commemorates the 90,000 Indian soldiers who lost their lives during the World War I and North West Frontier campaigns.
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Day 3 Satpura National Park
Early morning check out and transfer to Delhi airport for your flight to Bhopal, where you will transfer by car (approximately 3.5 hours) to your Satpura lodge.
Satpura means seven mountains and the National Park is spread over 1427 sq km of deep valleys, sandstone peaks, narrow gorges, rivulets, waterfalls, thick dense green forest of Sal and other medicinal herbs, it also has large tracts of Teak forests.
These forest enclaves provide habitat for a wide variety of wildlife including: Tiger, Leopard, Spotted Dear, Indian Bison, Tigers, Leopards, Wild boar, Wild dog, Sloth bear, Black buck, four horned antelopes, Otters, Crocodile, Malabar Squirrels and Langur Monkeys. Indian Giant squirrel and White Bison are a special feature of the Park, which also offers good birding opportunity due to its unique terrain and many water bodies including the Tawa reservoir.
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Day 4 Satpura National Park
On your first morning in Satpura we include a boat safari on the Denwa River, which offers a unique opportunity to enjoy the scenic beauty of Satpura hill and forests, as well as birds, crocodiles and mammals grazing close to river water. Returning the lodge for lunch.
In late evening, you will have the opportunity to enjoy night safari in National Parks buffer zone. Night drives will be familiar to many guests who have been on safari in Africa, but it is unusual to be able to search for animals (such as striped hyena and leopard cats) after the sun has set in India. A magical time to be in the bush.
Day 5 Satpura National Park
A rare opportunity to take a morning jungle walk, which will be lead by a tracker from the reserve and our guide. As with any bush walk, you will be given a safety brief before setting out to discover more about the reserve, it’s flora and fauna. Returning to your lodge for lunch.
Afternoon game drive within the National Park, conducted by qualified and experienced naturalists in open, four passenger, 4x4 Gypsy (jeeps).
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Day 6 Satpura - Bandhavgarh
After breakfast, you will transfer to Pipariya railway station (approximately 1-1.5 hours) for your train to Jabalpur (4.5 hours). Our representatives will assist you in boarding the train and will again be waiting for you on arrival and transfer to your Bandhavgarh lodge.
Bandhavgarh National Park consists of a core area of 105 sq km and a buffer area of approximately 400 sq km and has the highest density of Tigers in India. Bandhavgarh is one of Indias most scenic National Parks, its dramatic landscape features tropical forests, woodlands and steep rocky hills with grasslands in the valleys below. The forest is renowned for the Royal Bengal Tigers. Other species include leopard, Jackal, Jungle Cat, Wild Boar, Deer, Sloth Bear, two species of monkey (Macaque and Langur), birds of prey such as the Steppe eagle and a variety of wildfowl.
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Day 7 & 8 Bandhavgarh National Park
Enjoy morning and evening game drives within the Tiger reserve. Game drives are the best way to experience wildlife and wild habitats. Safaris are conducted by qualified and experienced naturalists in open 4x4 Gypsy (jeeps).
Game drives leave from your lodge just after dawn and normally continue through until 10:45, stopping for a packed breakfast within the reserve. Evening game drives aim to enter the reserve at 15:30, returning to your lodge before dark and in time for dinner.kanha
Day 9 Banhavgarh and Delhi
Morning game drive and then transfer to Jabalpur airport (approximately 4-5 hrs) to fly back to Delhi, arriving in the late evening. Transfer to your airport hotel.

Day 10 Homeward bound

Transfer to Delhi airport for your return flight.

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Notes:
1) Meals on a full board basis with the exception of Dehli hotels, which are bed and breakfast.
2) All game drives included as detailed above.
3) Delhi sightseeing tour included.
4) Domestic flights and transfers as detailed included
5) The best months for this tour are November, February March and April.
6) May and April are hot, but are our favourite time as they offer great wildlife sightings.
7) October is available.
8) December and January are traditionally less busy, but tend to be cold in an open jeep in the morning.
9) This safari is not available during the monsoon months July to September.

On Track Safaris is a member of the TOFT Tigers conservation organisation. Your safari will be helping to fund Tiger Conservation in India


TOFT logo



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Ten day Golden Triangle

India's Golden Triangle comprises the three most visited cities in the north-west - Delhi, Agra and Jaipur. This triangle has been dubbed "golden" due to the extraordinary wealth of cultural and history in each of the three cities and offers a wonderful introductory tour of India, including the iconic Taj Mahal and one of India’s best known Tiger reserves, Ranthambhore National Park.
You can choose to include either four star or five star accommodation to suit your pocket (see our rates page for more info). Details of all our preferred lodges and hotels can be found at our main India page.

Day 1 Delhi
On arrival at Delhi airport (Indria Gandhi International) you will be met by our representative and transfer to your hotel to settle in, rest and acclimatise after your international flight.

Day 2 Delhi sightseeing
Delhi is a vibrant city rich in culture, architecture, beautiful gardens and human diversity. Its history is reflected in its magnificent monuments, museums and galleries. The city comprises two contrasting yet harmonious parts, Old Delhi and New Delhi.
Old Delhi was the capital of Muslim India from the twelfth to the nineteenth centuries, while New Delhi was created by the British Raj and replaced Calcutta as the capital in 1931. We split this day into two halves, first a morning visiting the sights and sounds of the old town, followed by an afternoon trip to experience new Delhi, accompanied by a private guide.
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After breakfast you will be picked up by your guide and driver for a sightseeing tour around Old Delhi, including:
Jama Masjid: This highly decorative Mosque is the largest Mosque in India. Built in1658, it has two 40 metre high minarets constructed of strips of red sandstone and white marble.
Chandni Chowk: The bustling oriental bazaar built in 1650. Here you’ll hop on a rickshaw for a ride around the maze-like streets and alleys, taking in the sights, sounds and aromatic smells of the historical spice market which is still operating today.
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Red Fort (Exterior): The red sandstone walls of the massive Red Fort stretch some two kilometres, rising 33 meters above the clamour of Old Delhi.
Raj Ghat: This marks the place where Mahatma Gandhi was cremated after being assassinated in 1948. Set in a lovely garden on the banks of the Yamuna River
Lunch
Your afternoon tour of New Delhi includes:
Qutab Minar: An excellent example of Afghan architecture, with a 73 metre hand carved “tower of victory”.
Humayun’s Tomb: Built in 1565 AD this striking and beautiful tomb’s design evolved into the Taj Mahal.
India Gate: At the eastern end of the Raj Path in New Delhi stands the 42 metre high India Gate. An "arch of triumph” it commemorates the 90,000 Indian soldiers who lost their lives during the World War I and North West Frontier campaigns.
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Day 3 Agra
After breakfast, transfer to Agra by car (4-5 hours).
Agra was the capital of the Afghan King Sikandar Lodhi’s empire from 1501. It passed to the Mughal’s soon after and in 1526 Emperor Babar transformed Agra, giving it a unique character and beauty. Over the next few centuries Agra witnessed a rise in pomp and pageantry under the rule of three great Mughal monarchs. All lavished their love and riches on this fabled city, making it one of the great centres of art, culture, learning and commerce.
You will have time to settle in to your hotel, before a guided sightseeing tour of Agra, that includes Agra Fort, Itimad-Ud-Daulah Tomb and a magical sunset visit to the Taj Mahal.
Agra Fort: was built by Akbar Jahan’s, although his grandsons made many additions. This powerful fortress encompasses the imperial city of the Mughal rulers within its 2.5 kilometre enclosure walls.
Itimad-Ud-Daulah: A graceful building faced entirely in marble, with exquisite in-lay work.
Taj Mahal: was built by Shah Jahan between 1631 to 1653 in memory of his queen Mumtaz Mahal to enshrine her mortal remains. This architectural marvel is a perfectly proportioned masterpiece fashioned from white marble and in-laid with precious and semi-precious stones.
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Day 4 Agra - Ranthambhore
On optional pre dawn start to witness the sunrise over the Taj Mahal before breakfast.
After breakfast, you will transfer by car to Bharatpur Railway Station (approximately 90 mins) to board the trian to Sawai Madhopur. Enroute you may visit Fatehpur Sikri.
Fatehpur Sikri: was built by Emperor Akbar in 1569, it is in a superb and complete state of preservation, and within the walls are palaces and the Jama Masjid.

The train journey to Sawai Madhopur takes three hours, where you will be met by our representative and transferred to your hotel.
Ranthambhore National Park encompasses nearly 400 sq km of dry deciduous forest. The park’s name derives from the fortress of Ranthambhore (built in 944 AD), which sits on a rocky outcrop. The forests around the fort were once the private hunting grounds of the Maharajas of Jaipur. In 1957 Ranthambhore was declared a wildlife sanctuary and became a National Park in 1981. Today it has some of the finest habitats in the world and is rich with diverse flora and fauna.
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Afternoon game drive within the National Park, conducted by qualified and experienced naturalists in open, four passenger, 4x4 Gypsy (jeeps).
Game drives normally leave from your lodge at 15:30, returning before dark and in time for dinner.
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Day 5 & 6 Ranthambhore
Enjoy morning and evening game drives within the Tiger reserve. Game drives are the best way to experience wildlife and wild habitats. Safaris are conducted by qualified and experienced naturalists in open 4x4 Gypsy (jeeps).
Game drives leave from your lodge just after dawn and normally continue through until 10:45, stopping for a packed breakfast within the reserve. Evening game drives aim to enter the reserve at 15:30, returning to your lodge before dark and in time for dinner. The park’s mammal list includes Tiger, Sambar, Cheetal, Nilgai, Wild Boar, Chinkara, Langoor, Leopard, Sloth Bear, Hyena and Jackal. There are many species of reptiles and amphibians including Python, Cobra and other snakes, fresh water Crocodile, monitor Lizard and Tortoises.
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Day 7 Ranthambhore - Jaipur
After breakfast transfer to Jaipur by car (3-4 hours).
Jaipur is the state capital of Rajasthan is also known as the ‘Pink City’, derived from the pink painted sandstone from which the buildings in the old walled city are constructed. The city is endowed with great architectural elegance and beauty, with magnificent historic palaces, temples, gardens, museums and an amazing observatory built by Jai Singh.
Arrive Jaipur, check in the hotel and spend your day at leisure.
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Day 8 Jaipur
After breakfast you will be picked up by your guide for a days sightseeing around Jaipur City.
During the morning you will visit the Amber Fort (in the hills, seven miles outside the city). A jeep will take you up the steep road to the fort, passing through huge gateways and pillared pavilions, a superb example of Rajput architecture. Within the Fort is Jai Mandir (Sheesh Mahal - Palace of Mirrors), renowned for its architectural designs using mirrors of varied shapes and sizes in the intricate design of its wall decoration.
Lunch
After lunch a city tour takes you through the bazaars to the Maharaja's City Palace. Part of it is now a fine museum with a comprehensive display of historic artefacts. A relatively small portion of the palace is still used by the Royal family of Jaipur. Nearby is the Jantar Mantar, which has the largest stone and marble crafted observatory in the world. Built by Jai Singh in 1728, it is still equipped with its original ancient instruments including a very accurate 90-foot sundial.

Day 9 Jaipur - Delhi
After breakfast you will transfer by car to Delhi (5-6 hours), where you have the
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Day 10 Homeward bound
Transfer to Delhi airport for your return flight.

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Notes:
1) Meals at Ranthambhore on a full board basis all other hotels are bed and breakfast.
2) All game drives included as detailed above.
3) Sightseeing tours as detailed, included.
4) Domestic flights and transfers as detailed included.
Class of train ticket will be commensurate with your accommodation choice.
5) The best months for this tour are November, February March and April.
6) May and April are hot, but are our favourite time as they offer great wildlife sightings.
7) October is available.
8) December and January are traditionally less busy, but tend to be cold in an open jeep in the morning.
9) This safari is not available during the monsoon months July to September.

On Track Safaris is a member of the TOFT Tigers conservation organisation. Your safari will be helping to fund Tiger Conservation in India
TOFT logo

Our four star lodges

We have listed below our preferred five star hotels and lodges. You have the option to choose either four star or five star safari accommodation for your safari, depending on your pocket. But what is the difference?
“I think the first thing to say is that access to the National Parks for game viewing is not affected by your choice of lodges. And as you might expect, all of the lodges that we include in our safaris offer individual charm and high standards of service. The subtle differences between four and five star lodges are often a personal preference, and are perhaps better defined as exceeding expectations, in terms of decor and furnishings; but especially in customer service from both lodge staff and your appointed Naturalist (Guide)”.


Delhi - The Claridges (available for all five star safaris)
Built in 1952, The Claridges remains one of New Delhi’s most iconic hotels. A classic blend of colonial charm and modern amenities. The hotel is located in close proximity to the Capital’s bustling commercial and cultural centres.
Here, you will find yourself in the most stunning stretch of New Delhi. The hotel offers exquisitely appointed rooms and suites, an array of celebrated dining options, a temperature-controlled swimming pool complete with sun deck, cabanas, loungers and a bar, where you can savour exotic cocktails, amidst uplifting music and ambient lighting!
The hotel is surrounded by expansive lawns, that used to be India’s first Prime Minister Mr. Nehru’s favourite spot for evening tea. With truly Indian warmth and service, it is one of the best that Delhi has to offer.
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Bandhavgarh - Kings Lodge (applicable to our ten or thirteen day safaris)
This comfortable lodge is spread over an estate of twelve acres of open grassland near Rancha Village and is surrounded by the Sal forested hills of Bandhavgarh on all sides. The lodge is carefully designed to be environmentally sensitive, harmonious with the natural features of the site and benefits from plenty of natural daylight. Dine in a huge room with a solid old Neem tree table, enjoy drinks around a warming fire or relax on your verandah. A stay here will be refreshing and adventurous, with good quality hospitality and service.
The lodge has eighteen twin or double deluxe cottages with ensuite modern bathrooms, large verandahs, all A/C and equipped with intercom, tea and coffee maker.
Meals are served in the multi-cuisine dining hall with a fire place overlooking expanses of wild grasslands back dropped by Sal forested hills.
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Kanha - Earth Lodge (applicable to our ten or thirteen day safaris)
A rustic yet deluxe experience. Kanha Earth lodge is tucked in a forested area of 16 acres, close enough for easy access to the Khatia/Kisli park gate. The area is untouched by any kind of tourism or development and offers the discerning guest the guarantee of privacy, as well as lovely walks and hiking trails around the lodge. There are often opportunities to view variety of mammals and birds around the lodge itself.
The lodge has 12 beautiful open fronted bungalows with en suite bathrooms, dressing room and large open verandas. All bedrooms have split air conditioners and 100 percent power back up to counter the sometimes erratic rural supply.
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Pench - Pench Tree Lodge (applicable to our thirteen day safari)
Pench Tree Lodge has six well-appointed tree houses that are perched in an undisturbed 16 hectares of forested area located in the small ‘Sarrahiri’ village of Pench.
This is the first lodge to be set up in the area and maintains a stringent conservation policy of low impact tourism.
Each of the six tree houses offers a luxurious abode perched on top of the Mahua trees and supported by stilts, furnished with an eclectic mix of vintage and natural artefacts. Large French windows allow for an uninterrupted view of the deciduous forest and grassland surrounding and a multitude of birds, butterflies and the wild animals. It is not unusual to see Wild Boar, Civet, Jungle Cats, Jackals or Spotted Deer as while you enjoy your morning tea or sundowner on your private deck. The famous fictional character Mowgli from the Jungle Book was from the near-by tribal village of Pench.
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Satpura - Denwa Backwater Escape (applicable to our ten day safari)
Denwa Backwater Escape is set in ten acres of forest with stunning views of the Denwa River and rolling Pachmari hills.
The lodge has been built using local materials with the design being a contemporary safari style. The elegantly chic rooms are complemented with the use of unique leather safari furniture, crisp cotton upholstery, linen and local crafts. The views are of an undulating landscape, made up of indigenous forest with a variety of flora and fauna and stunning river views.
The lodge has eight cottages and two tree houses with a view of the river. 
For the more adventurous there is the option to sleep out on your own terrace during one or more nights of your stay, which can be arranged with mosquito netting on request. The dining hall overlooks the Denwa river serving a variety of Indian, continental and local cuisines.
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Ranthambhore - Sawai Madhopur Lodge (applicable to our five star Golden Triangle safari)
Sawai Madhopur Lodge, is located less than 3 kms from Ranthambhore railway station. The original lodge was built over 80 years ago and was once a hunting stop for the Maharaja of Jaipur. In those times, tents were pitched on the vast grounds and the royal family camped here often.
The original art deco styled lodge still houses the original dining hall, bar, lounge and veranda. Today, the tents have made way for luxurious rooms with modern amenities, however the spirit of the original lodge remains, with rooms that feature spacious accommodation and high ceilings.
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Jaipur - Trident Hotel (applicable to our five star Golden Triangle safari)
The Trident hotel (Jaipur) is located en route to the famous Amber Fort and offers stunning views of the Mansagar Lake and Jal Mahal.
The hotel has 132 tastefully appointed rooms that offer modern amenities plus an intimate 'jharokha' window, at the end of each room, which provides panoramic views of the lake or the landscaped gardens. The hotel restaurants serve a wide range of local delicacies, pan-Indian and International cuisines, guaranteed to satisfy discerning palates. 
Trident, Jaipur is perfectly positioned to enjoy the city's landmark monuments and bustling bazaars.
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Agra - Trident Hotel (applicable to our five star Golden Triangle safari)
Trident, Agra enables you to escape the hustle-bustle of city and soak up its picturesque views. The hotel features 135 tastefully appointed rooms and suites, surrounded by landscaped gardens or overlooking a central courtyard, which is inspired by the layout of Agra’s Taj Mahal. All rooms are air-conditioned for your comfort.
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Delhi - Pullman Areocity
(available for all five star safaris)
The Pullaman Areocity is a large modern five star hotel in easy reach of both international and domestic airport terminals and shopping malls. This new hotel is well furnished up to Pullman’s high standards with pleasant and helpful staff.
Style, food and service are all that one would imagine from a five star city hotel. Ideal for your last night before flying home.
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Our four star lodges

We have listed below our preferred four star hotels and lodges. You have the option to choose either four star or five star safari accommodation for your safari, depending on your pocket. But what is the difference?
“I think the first thing to say is that access to the National Parks for game viewing is not affected by your choice of lodges. And as you might expect, all of the lodges that we include in our safaris offer individual charm and high standards of service. The subtle differences between four and five star lodges are often a personal preference, and are perhaps better defined as exceeding expectations, in terms of decor and furnishings; but especially in customer service from both lodge staff and your appointed Naturalist (Guide)”.

Delhi - Hilton Garden Inn (applicable tour ten and thirteen day four star safaris)
Just 30 minutes from Indira Gandhi International Airport and ideally situated within DLF Place Mall and southern Delhi’s entertainment and commercial districts, Hilton Garden Inn New Delhi Saket offers newly-refurbished rooms and high-end amenities. Each air-conditioned room contains a king-sized bed, Wi-Fi, HDTV and a spacious work area. For the fitness conscious, there’s a 24-hour gym, outdoor swimming pool and whirlpool. Experience traditional delights at India grill restaurant. As well as a lite-bite and late night menu in the bar, enjoy 24-hour room service or visit the 24-hour pavilion pantry.
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Delhi - Colonels Retreat (applicable to our four star Golden Triangle safari)
Hidden away in a calm locale of South Delhi, Colonel's Retreat offers elegant, yet cozy rooms, furnished with modern amenities and loving service.
Enjoy your mornings with fresh artisan bread with homemade orange peel marmalade and gooseberry jams or homemade banana bread. These tasty breakfast treats will make the rest of your day more pleasant than ever.
Colonel’s Retreat adopt several eco friendly practices, for example, most of the hot water for showers comes from rooftop solar water heaters.
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Bandhavgarh - Monsoon Forest Lodge (available for our ten and thirteen day safaris)
Monsoon Forest Lodge has 10 cottages with designs that have been inspired by birds nests. Each of these quaint eco-cottages merge into the beautiful surrounding grasslands.
You can enjoy all the advantages and excitement of staying in the forest, along with modern amenities, comforts and luxury. Every unit is air-conditioned and has a generous living space inside, with large rope-drawn windows, custom-built furniture and a modern en suite bathroom. The wide verandas allow you to unwind and enjoy the sights and sounds of the forest with panoramic views of the grasslands. Ideal for bird watching.monsoon-bandhavgarh

Kanha - Tuli Tiger Resort (available for our ten and thirteen day safaris)
Tuli Tiger Resort is set on the banks of the Banjar River, in a picturesque wildlife location, where you can take in the true jungle ambience created by perfect natural surroundings. There are 26 ornate, air-conditioned cottages with twin beds, internal and external sitting areas and soothing interiors that ensure space and privacy. The surrounding area is covered a green buffer zone of 22 acres and home to several species of birds.
As you arrive, the huge gates open into a beautiful driveway, where you can feel the senses begin to relax, as the resort peacefully isolates you once inside this chic space. The most prominent feature of the resort is the 80,000sq m. natural lake, adjacent to a rivulet that meets the river Banjar.
Watch wildlife through the large windows of your traditional designed private cottage. The overall ambience of the place, enhanced by subtle landscaping, provides its greatest appeal.
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Pench - Jungle Camp (available for our thirteen day safari)
Pench Jungle Camp is set in fifty acres of lush foliage, sprawling lawns and untouched landscaping only 1 km from the Turia Gate of Pench National Park. Nestled in a stunning location, the lodge provides guests with breathtaking views and has been recently upgraded to offer even more comfort and luxury, whilst still maintaining its focus on the guiding and hosting of guests to ensure the ultimate holiday experience. There are thirteen elegantly furnished sail tents, three deluxe cottages, four premier safari rooms and two family suites are set within the substantial 13-acre expanse of gardens and woodland. Each room has en suite bathroom facilities including flush toilets and an indoor shower.
The menu offers a wide choice of dishes, dinner is often served around the bonfire.
The camp has a swimming pool and an ayurvedic spa, large lawns and tree cover for birdwatching, and a resident naturalist.
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Ranthambhore - Heritage Haveli hotel (available for our four star Golden Triangle safari)
Ranthambhore heritage Haveli is located close to Ranthambhore National Park. The hotel has been elegantly built in traditional architecture in keeping with the natural surroundings and Rajasthani culture.
The hotel has twenty spacious deluxe rooms overlooking the hotel's magnificent waterscapes and luscious green landscapes. An ideal location from which to visit the National Park.
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Agra - Four Points Sheraton (available for our four star Golden Triangle safari)
Offering an outdoor pool and a restaurant, Four Points by Sheraton is located in Agra. About 1.2 miles from the Taj Mahal.
The hotel offers an outdoor pool, restaurant and city views.
Dining options include: Oasis, an all-day dining multi-cuisine restaurant, Stop by Henry’s, a lounge bar and The Roof Top where guests can enjoy sumptuous grilled option with a view of the Taj Mahal. 
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Jaipur - Shahpura House (available for our four star Golden Triangle safari)
Shahpura House has been restored and converted to a hotel by the present owners, Maharaj Surendra Singh ji, (descendants of the royal family of Shahpura).
The House offers fine example of Shekhawati frescos and architecture and family portraits adorn the walls, adding to the charm of this hotel, where tradition still runs strong. Like many historic houses, Shahpura House is a curious mixture of the old and the new. It is located in a residential area about 4km from the city centre, well insulated from all the hustle and bustle. The hotel has 65 beautifully design rooms in a traditional style, yet equipped with modern facilities
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Delhi Novotel Aerocity - (available for our ten and thirteen day safaris)
A large modern hotel adjacent to both international and domestic airport terminals and shopping malls. Excellent food with great service. The restaurant offers a large variety of wine and buffet is quite extensive. The staff are extremely courteous and efficient. 
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5 day Corbett Extension


This five day extension can be added to any of our safaris and offers the chance to visit the iconic Jim Corbett National Park located in the North of the country. Corbett was Indias first National Park and where the project Tiger of the World Wide fund for nature was first launched.

Day 1 Delhi
After breakfast, check out from your hotel and drive to Corbett National Park (early drive is advisable in order to avoid heavy traffic movement during office hours) 6 hours.

Corbett - Named after Jim Corbett, the legendary hunter naturalist, Corbett National Park was originally established in 1936, as Hailey National Park. It was later named Raganga National Park, before getting its present name in 1967. The park stretches over an area of 1300 sq. km (503 sq. miles) in the Himalayan foothills with open grasslands, sal and riverine forest and the beautiful life – giving Ramganagar River that flows through almost its entire length. Over 50 mammal, 580 bird and 25 reptile species have been listed in Corbett, but it is most famous for the Royal Bengal Tiger.
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Your first night will be spent at Jim's Jungle Retreat, an eco-conscious lodge on the southern periphery of India’s showcase wildlife park, Corbett Tiger Reserve, set in 15 acres of lush forests, with wonderful mountain vistas. From here you enjoy countless bird-spotting walks, instinct sharpening game drives, before relaxing for hours by the pool or on your own private verandah. The seasonal river nearby hosts grazing deer, root-digging wild hog and migrating elephant herds that can be enjoyed from the safety of the lodge. The lodge has 18 residences spread over 15 acres. Their conservation practices include waste management, the use of solar energy, organic vegetables grown for the table and the recycling of bath water through a root-zone treatment plant for irrigation. All meals are catered for, with a mix of cuisines from the days of the Raj to local delicacies. Often a barbeque, awaits you by a bonfire at night.
Post Lunch, you may wish to enjoy one of the many wildlife activities available to you (Walking Safari / Cycling Safari / Bird Watching Walk / Flora & Fauna Interpretation Walk) or simple rest and relax at the lodge, before dinner.
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Day 2 Jim Corbett National Park
Early morning, check out from Jim’s Jungle Retreat and a morning (exclusive) jeep safari within the Dhikala zone. corelebnr
Dhikala is one of the most prized zones in Corbett Tiger Reserve. Where herds of elephants and spotted deers pack the vast expanse of famous Dhikala Chaur. This is probably the best place in the Tiger Reserve to spot very rare Hog Deer.
Dhikala is only open for tourists from 15th November to 15th June.
We’ll also visit Ramganga Reservoir and is a perfect place to observe Crocodiles and Gharials basking in the banks of Ramganga.

At the end of your morning game drive - check in at Forest Rest House before a late breakfast.
Forest Rest House offers basic offers very comfortable neat well maintained spacious rooms. Its remote location means there is not 24 hour electricity, or air conditioning. however its location also means it is one of the best places to enjoy the wildlife and get through the natural climes of Jim Corbett National Park.
After lunch your exclusive game drive takes you again into the Dhikala zone, before returning for dinner.
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Day 3 Jim Corbett National Park
An early morning game drive within the Dhikala zone before returning for breakfast and lunch at Forest Rest house, .

After lunch a final game drive in the Dhikala zone before returning to the rest house to check out and transfer back to Jim’s Jungle Retreat in time for dinner.

Day 4 Corbett - Delhi
After breakfast you will transfer by car back to Delhi, arriving in the late afternoon at the Pullman Aerocity hotel.
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Day 5 Homeward bound
Transfer to Delhi airport for your return flight.

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Notes:
1) Meals on a full board basis with the exception of Dehli hotels, which are bed and breakfast.
2) The best months for this tour are November (after 15th), February March and April.
3) May and April are hot, but offer great wildlife sightings.
4) December and January are traditionally less busy, but tend to be cold in an open jeep in the morning.
5) This safari is not available 15th June - 14th November
6) Accommodation is detailed in the itinerary above.

On Track Safaris is a member of the TOFT Tigers conservation organisation. Your safari will be helping to fund Tiger Conservation in India

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5 day Darjeeling Extension


Our five day Darjeeling extension can be added to any of our safaris and offers a chance to finish your India trip with an relaxing stay at the idyllic Glenburn Tea Estate overlooking the Himalayan mountains. You can explore the plantations and villages within the tea estate, nature and bird walks, overnights in the log cabin by the river Rangeet, picnics in the tea gardens, tea tours and excursions around Darjeeling.

Day 1 Delhi
After breakfast, you will transfer to the airport for your flight to Bagdogra.
On arrival at Bagdogra Airport, you will be met and driven to Glenburn Tea Estate.
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Glenburn is a heavenly plantation retreat that lies on a hillock above the banks of the River Rungeet, high in the Himalayas, overlooked by the mighty Kanchenjunga mountain range. Started by a Scottish tea company in 1859, Glenburn then passed into the hands of one of India’s pioneering tea planting families, who over the years, come to be known as the “Chaiwala family“ - which literally means “tea planters“. 
The main house is a restored tea planter’s bungalow with 4 attractive suites and a romantic veranda offering exquisite views out to the Himalayas. Tucked below the hill is an additional bungalow with another 4 stunning suites and a cosy sitting room with a log fire. There's pampering service, delicious food and a choice of hikes from an hour to a day. Learn how tea is made, cross the hanging bridge into Sikkim, spot birds and butterflies, roam the estate in a 4x4, or sit and sketch the stunning landscapes. Head off to the stilted lodge, set on a private river, for lamplit dinners, stargazing or trout fishing. You’ll find privacy and inspiration here.
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Check in to the estate and spend remainder of the day at leisure. Lunch & Dinner at hotel.

Day 2 Darjeeling
After breakfast proceed for a day sightseeing including transfer to the local town 75 minutes away Steeped in British colonial history, the hill station of Darjeeling stands at a height of 6,000 feet, with the magnificent Mount Kanchenjunga as a backdrop. Take a ride on the famous Darjeeling Hill Railway (now a World Heritage Site) from Darjeeling Town, through the picturesque Batasia Loop and then to the neighbouring towns of Ghoom and Kurseong. Wander through the Mall, shop for local crafts and antiques along the way, drop in to the famous Das Studios for a peek at their collection of old black and white photographs of the area, and stop for a cup of tea or coffee at Keventers or Glenary's, two famous old cafeterias on the Mall. Visit the grand old Planters' Club, once the Palace of a local Maharaja, and enjoy the views of the surrounding hillside from Chowrasta, where the bandstand still conjures up old colonial memories of days gone by.

You can also enjoy Toy Train ride between Ghum and Darjeeling. Train tickets can be booked in advance and you can work the schedule of the train into the rest of your day and specific interests. There are morning trains that leave from Ghoom and head to Darjeeling Station, where our car will meet you, and afternoon trains that connect from Darjeeling to Ghoom on the way home.
We are happy to pack you a picnic lunch or you can try some local restaurants - Glenary's has a nice cafeteria as well as a multi-cuisine restaurant, but you could also try a more typical local restaurant, for a traditional "momo and thugpa" meal. Whatever you feel like doing, our experienced guide will lead you to the right place. In the afternoon, drive a little out of the main town to the Lebong Contonment area, where the original Lebong Race Course remains. Although not in use today, Glenburn horses once walked across the valley every Sunday to take part in the weekly races held here.  Visit the Zoo - famous for its snow leopards and red pandas, the renowned Himalayan Mountaineering Institute, the Tibetan Self-Help Center, the Lloyds Botanical Gardens, and the Ghoom Monastry, and then drive (or hike) back to Glenburn in time for dinner.
Dinner at the hotel.
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Day 3 Darjeeling
Day free at leisure to enjoy your own activities within Glenburn (Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner included).

Day 4 Darjeeling - Delhi
After breakfast, transfer to Bagdogra Airport to fly back to Delhi, arriving in the early evening. Transfer to the Pullman Aerocity hotel.

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Day 10 Homeward bound
Transfer to Delhi airport for your return flight.

Notes:
1) Meals on a full board basis while staying at Glenn, Dehli hotels are on a bed and breakfast basis.
2) Glenburn is open all year round. The best time to visit is from October to March.
3) We include, domestic flights, transfers, drives and sightseeing as specified, English speaking guides and the toy train ride at Darjeeling.
4) Accommodation as detailed in the itinerary above.

On Track Safaris is a member of the TOFT Tigers conservation organisation. Your safari will be helping to fund Tiger Conservation in India


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Three day Taj Mahal Extension


This three day trip can be added to any of our Indian safaris. Especially designed to squeeze in a trip to see the magnificent Taj Mahal while you are in India.

Day 1 Delhi
After breakfast, transfer to Agra by car (4-5 hours).
Following check in at your hotel you have the option of visiting the Taj Mahal at sunset.

Agra was the capital of the Afghan King Sikandar Lodhi’s empire from 1501. It passed to the Mughal’s soon after and in 1526 Emperor Babar transformed Agra, giving it a unique character and beauty. Over the next few centuries Agra witnessed a rise in pomp and pageantry under the rule of three great Mughal monarchs. All lavished their love and riches on this fabled city, making it one of the great centres of art, culture, learning and commerce.
Our guided day tour of Agra includes Agra Fort, and the Taj Mahal.

Day 2 Agra
After breakfast, a guided sightseeing tour of the Taj Mahal and Agra Fort
Agra Fort: was built by Akbar Jahan’s, although his grandsons made many additions. This powerful fortress encompasses the imperial city of the Mughal rulers within its 2.5 kilometre enclosure walls.
Taj Mahal: was built by Shah Jahan between 1631 to 1653 in memory of his queen Mumtaz Mahal to enshrine her mortal remains. This architectural marvel is a perfectly proportioned masterpiece fashioned from white marble and in-laid with precious and semi-precious stones.
Return to the Pullman Aerocity hotel Delhi

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Day 3 Homeward bound
Transfer to Delhi airport for your return flight.

Notes:
1) Meals on a bed and breakfast basis.
2) Accommodation, transfers and guided tours as detailed in the itinerary above.


On Track Safaris is a member of the TOFT Tigers conservation organisation. Your safari will be helping to fund Tiger Conservation in India

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