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Leopard & Tiger Safari

India Wildlife

Feel like Mowgli in ‘Jungle Book’, as you explore the meadows and forests of India’s national parks full of sloth bears, snakes, wolves, monkeys, & deer. Head out with the camp’s most experienced trackers and drivers to track the elusive Bengal tiger and Asian leopard, travelling in excellent, customized, shared 4x4 safari jeeps.

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Why book this trip

Track the elusive Bengal tiger whilst exploring Ranthambore National Park and visiting the fort from where the park got its name.

Search for the Asian Leopard in Jawai, staying in a unique and luxurious tented camp in the depths of nature.

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Day 1: Arrive Delhi

Welcome to India! Upon arrival into Delhi International Airport, you will be met by our local representative and transferred to your hotel where you will be able to relax after your flight, prior to your adventures of the coming days.

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Day 2: Delhi - Agra

After breakfast you will be driven about 3.5 hrs to Agra. This afternoon, you will have a tour of the city, which will include a visit to Agra Fort, the Tomb of Itimad ud Daulah and the incomparable Taj Mahal. The Mughal Emperor Shah Jehan was imprisoned by his son in Agra's magnificent Fort.

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Day 3: Agra - Ranthambore

After breakfast you will be transferred to Ranthambore (approx. 5.5 hrs). Nestling between the Aravali and Vindhya hills, Ranthambhore remains one of Rajasthan's last sizeable stretches of verdant grassland and jungle.

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Days 4 - 5: Ranthambore

Over the next couple of days, you will explore the incredible Ranthambore national park and have ample opportunities to embark upon game drives. Ranthambore National Park is most famous for its tigers but there is also a chance of seeing leopards, striped hyenas and sloth bears.

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Day 6: Ranthambore - Shahpura

Early this morning, you will enjoy your last exclusive game drive in the National Park and later after lunch, you will be driven 4 hours to Shahpura. In the evening, you can visit private fort, Dhikhola, 12 km away accompanied by one of their naturalists.

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Day 7: Shahpura - Jawai

After breakfast, you will be driven 5 hours to Jawai. Due to the unique land, Jawai provides an entirely different rural wildlife experience from other parts of Rajasthan. In the afternoon, you will be taken out with the camp’s experienced trackers and drivers to track the elusive leopards.

Day 8: Jawai

You will spend the day exploring the area, the browns and greens of the surrounding country side broken by the vibrant colours of the women’s clothes and the men’s turbans. You will embark on a morning and evening game drive in search of the elusive leopard. Leopards are Jawai’s predominant attraction and a thriving population of the felines has always ranged across this region. The middle of the day is to relax or perhaps take a spa treatment, and in the evening, you will enjoy dinner and drinks under the stars.

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Day 9: Jawai - Narlai

After your morning safari, you will be driven 2 hours to Narlai after breakfast. You will be taken on a magical journey from the Rawla through the village streets into the jungle before arriving at the 1100-year-old “step well”.

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Day 10: Narlai – Udaipur

Early this morning, you can choose to head out for a guided walk up to Elephant Rock for a lovely view at sunrise. After breakfast on your return, you will depart onwards to Udaipur (approx. 2.5 hours’ drive). Upon arrival, check in and spend the rest of your day at leisure.

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Day 11: Udaipur

Today, you will have a car and guide at your disposal to explore Udaipur city. Udaipur, the enchanting City of Dawn, looms up like a vision in white. The City Palace was built in 1725, and has various palaces inside such as Dilkush Mahal, Sheesh Mahal, Moti Mahal and the Palace of Krishna.

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Day 11: Udaipur - Delhi

Spend the morning at leisure. Later in the afternoon, you will be transferred to the airport to board a flight to Delhi. Upon arrival, you will be met and transferred to your Andaz Delhi, where you will spend the evening at leisure.

Day 12: Depart Delhi

Today you will be met and transferred to the international airport to board your international flight home.

IND St India Nagarahole National Park Male Leopard Andrew M Allport

Similarly to African leopards, Asian leopards have short legs and stocky bodies which gives them a low centre of gravity and allows them to slink through grasslands relatively unseen. While searching for leopards, you will see what is known in the India as “Gaudhuli” or the cow dust hour, named for the dust raised by cattle leaving or returning home at this hour. It is a magical time to be out in the countryside. Sunrise and sunset are considered auspicious times in India, and as you drive through the village you will see small rituals performed to welcome in the night and to ward off the dark spirits. This is a rare glimpse into life in rural India.

Why Natural World Safaris?

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Wildlife Specialists

Wildlife remains our primary focus and we ensure accommodation is carefully selected as the very best places to stay for front-row wildlife spectacles for the time of the year you are travelling.

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Wealth of Experience

Our considerable wealth of experience and wildlife expertise has ensured a 100% tiger sighting success rate over the last 4 years in each of our India tiger safaris.

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Tailored Safaris

Share your interests with our Destination Specialists and we will match you to the in-country experts, providing you with nothing but the best access and highly experienced wildlife trackers and guides.

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