Spotting Tigers through Central India
Tigers are one of the most magnificent of the Big Cats, and the only real place to catch them in the wild is India. A tiger safari over a week across multiple national parks exploring the wildlife and gorgeous jungles is a memorable bucket list life experience. These parks and lodges can be done over multiple nights or individually as a weekend and fantastic addition to a trip to any part in India.
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Where to stay
Pashan Garh, A Taj Safari - Panna National Park
Each of the 12 stone cottages at this luxury safari resort overlooks 200 acres of stunning private wilderness.
Mahua Kothi, A Taj Safari - Bandhavgarh National Park
A luxurious jungle safari resort amid a private forest, complete with farm-to-table dining, organic gardens and fabulous spa treatments.
Banjaar Tola, A Taj Safari - Kanha National Park
An exclusive, intimate safari camp featuring 18 luxe tents on the banks of the Banjaar River, each with its own private pool.
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Things to do
Morning and Afternoon drives are the highlights and central attraction of the safaris. Enjoy seeing these magnificent wildcats interacting in their own natural habitats.
Depending on the schedule of the resort and national park, additional nature trails & village culture experiences can also be added.
A note from Gunjan
A tiger safari can be added to any trip to India.
Places to eat & drink
All meals are best enjoyed at the restaurant in the lodges as most are all-inclusive packages.
A great experience is also morning breakfast in the wild.
A note from Gunjan
Restaurants at the lodges often don't have restaurant names and are always for in-house guests only.
A wonderful addition to the safari in Panna National Park is a trip to the UNESCO heritage Khajuraho temples with beautiful carvings and stories of kamasutra and history.
Need to Know
Looking for more inspiration on India? Read my guide on spotting asiatic lions at Gir National Park or guide to India's Andaman and Nicobar Islands.
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