This circuit combines the historical and architectural beauties of Northern India with the grandeur of the natural sanctuaries of 3 of the most beautiful national parks in India: Kanha, Bandhavgarh in Madhya Pradesh and Ranthambore in Rajasthan. Just 200 km from Delhi, the city of Agra is home to what is perhaps India’s most famous monument: the Taj Mahal, the greatest hymn to love ever erected by man. A few km from Agra, the ghost town of Fathepur Sikri, with an immortal charm that takes the mind back in time to the era of the Maharajahs. Khajuraho is a small town in north Madhya Pradesh which is famous for its beautiful erotic temples which is unique in the world. And this is historic India, offering perfectly preserved vestiges of a great past. There is another India, less known but even more authentic, which lives in villages (80% of the population): colorful and colorful villages, markets teeming with things and people, with the jungle as a backdrop. And the big jungle is the main theme of this trip. The tiger is its queen, but not the only attraction of a very rich fauna. We will visit 3 national parks, beautiful and different, where Nature reigns supreme. Bandhavgarh is surrounded by 3 jungle covered hills, Kanha has more open spaces and sometimes even a thicker jungle. Reminiscent in some areas of the African savannah. Ranthambore in Rajasthan.

Since we are in the jungle and not in the zoo, the sighting of any animal, much less the tiger, can be guaranteed. However, hopes are high, thanks to the experience of the guides in detecting the presence of the queen of the jungle in the terrain and in the behavior of the animals. The tiger is an elusive and mostly solitary animal, very territorial. Its presence is demarcated by the marks of powerful claws on the bark of trees, and by the smell of its urine. Sometimes, even less experienced observers can guess its presence by carefully observing the behavior of the animals. Deer looked around, completely paralyzed with terror. Or, and it’s a sound you won’t forget, the heartbreaking cry of the sambar, Asia’s largest deer, a true alarm, even if you hear it from the veranda of your cottage. 


Departure from Italy with a scheduled flight to Delhi. Upon arrival customs formalities, meeting with our representative, and transfer to hotel for overnight.


Breakfast at the hotel and a Guided tour in Italian of the old city, a charming and picturesque maze of narrow streets, divided into two parts by the Via dell’Argento, a colorful and lively succession of shops and bazaars. In the same area you can visit the Jama Masjid, one of the largest mosques in the world, built in 1650. Afternoon visit of New Delhi with its most important monuments: the Qutub Minar complex, the Mausoleum of Emperor Humayun and the government buildings from the colonial era in front of the India Gate. Dinner and overnight at the hotel.

DAY 03: DELHI – JABALPUR – KANHA (155 km. 4 hours approx)

Wake up early in the morning and transfer to the airport for the flight to Jabalpur. Upon arrival, transfer to the hotel for breakfast. Then drive to Kanha Park in the heart of Madhya Pradesh. Hotel accommodation. Afternoon tiger safari. Dinner and overnight at the Lodge.


Full-day Tiger safari by jeep in India’s most famous park, immortalized in “The Jungle Book”, on the trail of the queen of the jungle, in the heart of Tiger Country. Overnight in the lodge, full board.

DAY 05: KANHA – BANDHAVGARH (245 km. 6 hours approx)

Breakfast at the hotel and departure for Bandhavgarh National Park. In the afternoon Tiger safari. Dinner and overnight at the Lodge.


Full-day Tiger Safari by jeep in the Park. Exceptionally (but cannot be guaranteed), we will try to obtain permits for half-day safaris on elephant back, to penetrate as far as possible into the heart of the jungle, on the trail of her majesty the Tiger. Full board treatment.


After breakfast, transfer by car to Katni (50 km. Approximately 1 hour), to board the train to Allahabad (10.10 am – 3.30 pm). Upon arrival, transfer and accommodation in a hotel, dinner, and overnight.

DAY 08: ALLAHABAD – VARANASI (125 km. 3 hours approx)

After breakfast, depart for Sangam, at the confluence of 3 sacred rivers: the Ganges, the Yamuna, and the Saraswati. After departure by car for Varanasi, (125 km. Approximately 3 hours). On the way visit the old temples in Sirsa (over 5 centuries old), and continue to Varanasi. Upon arrival check-in at the hotel. Dinner and overnight.


Wake up before dawn. Boat ride on the Ganges River to witness the purification rituals and offerings of pilgrims to the rising sun. Walking tour of the ancient city with stops at the Golden Temple and the Aurangzeb Mosque. Afternoon visits the archaeological site of Sarnath, the site of the first preaching of the Buddha. Visit the Ghat to attend the evening prayer, dinner, and overnight.


After breakfast, morning at leisure. Then transfer to the airport, and flight to Khajuraho (13h30 – 14h10). Transfer and accommodation at the hotel. After lunch, visit the famous masterpieces of Indian sacred architecture temples: the Western Hindu ones, known for their erotic depictions, and the Eastern Jain ones. Dinner and overnight at the hotel.


After breakfast, transfer by car to Orcha. Visit of the ancient city and in particular of the Jehangir Mahal, a palace built in 1606, on the occasion of the visit of the emperor Jehangir to host him and of some interesting temples. Afternoon, drive to Jhansi to board the train (Shatabdi Express) for Agra (17h55 – 20h10). Upon arrival, check in at the hotel. Dinner and overnight.


After breakfast, the day is dedicated to visiting Agra and its famous monuments, first of all, Fatehpur Sikri: a deserted city of the 16th century, abandoned after only 14 years of its construction, with beautiful red sandstone palaces, followed by a visit to the Agra Fort , home of the Mughal emperors, afternoon visit of the Taj Mahal is one of the seven wonders of the world, a magnificent marble dream that rises in the middle of a lush garden like a pearl in a kind of immaculate landscape. Its beauty transcends all description, built by the Mughal Emperor Shahjehan in 1631 in memory of his wife Mumtaz Mahal, who died during the birth of his 14th son after 17 years of marriage. To erect the monument precious stones of all kinds, pearls, corals were collected and they were called from all over the kingdom 20. 000 of the best craftsmen, who took 22 years to complete this masterpiece. Dinner and overnight at the hotel.

DAY 13 :AGRA – FATEHPUR SIKRI – RANTHAMBORE (280 km. 7 hours approx)

Breakfast at the hotel, transfer by car to Ranthambore National Park, only 40 kms. from Agra stop at Fatehpur Sikri to visit the deserted 16th century city, abandoned after only 14 years of its construction, with beautiful red sandstone buildings. Continuation to Ranthambore, upon arrival hotel accommodation for dinner and overnight.

DAY 14: RANTHAMBORE Full Board: Full day of Tiger safari. The park is particularly rich in fauna, and has a great diversity of habitats. Jeep safari day (one in the morning and one in the afternoon). Overnight in Lodge.

DAY 15: RANTHAMBORE – JAIPUR (160 km. 3 hours approx)

Breakfast at the hotel and departure for Jaipur, the Pink City. Arrival and accommodation at the hotel. Afternoon visit of the “pink city”, the capital of Rajasthan, a commercial and tourist hub of the first order, today it is a center of at least 1,300,000 people, located in a semi-desert area. Jaipur is striking because it is architecturally ordered according to precise geometries. It is famous for its pink sandstone buildings, but it seems that the name derives from an episode of 1876, when Jaipur was repainted pink for the visit of the Prince of Wales. The Observatory, full of instruments of exceptional size and where the “Sancrat” (the Prince of the Sundial), a 90 foot high gnomon, is found; to the Palazzo del Vento, which stands on one of the main streets of the city, a curious elaborate and imaginative palace but at the same time a clear example of oriental art also built with “desert stone”; and finally visit the Maharaja’s Palace dating back to 1570. Dinner and overnight at the hotel.

DAY 16: JAIPUR – DELHI (265 km. 6 hours approx)

After breakfast excursion to the Amber Fort, 11 km. from Jaipur. The last part of the climb to the Fort is covered on the back of placid elephants to better enter the spirit of the places. Inside the walls you can visit palaces and pavilions of refined beauty and the small temple of the Goddess Kali. Check-out from the hotel and departure for Delhi, Arrival and dinner in a restaurant near the airport. around 10.30 pm transfer to the international airport.


Departure with a scheduled flight to Italy and overnight on board. On the early morning arrival in Italy.

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