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Holiday Wild Life Tour (Jabalpur - Kanha - Pachmarhi - Jabalpur


Duration : 4 Nights / 5 Days

Destination Covered : Jabalpur,Kanha,Pachmarhi

Price (Starting From) : On Request


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Tour Itinerary

Day 1: Arrive Jabalpur airport , Jabalpur - Kanha (By Road) Duration 04 hrs. approx.

Meet assist at Jabalpur airport / railway station and transfer to Kanha. Arrive Kanha and transfer to hotel . Overnight in Kanha.

Day 2: Kanha Sight Seeing

Safari (Morning And Afternoon). Overnight in Kanha. Situated in the Indian state of Madhya Pradesh, the picturesque Kanha National Park was the inspiration behind Rudyard Kipling's unforgettable classic Jungle Book. The romance of the Kanha National Park has not reduced over time-it is still as beautiful. If one were to point to the middle of India, chances are he will pick out the forests of the Banjar and the Halon valley, the two forming the western and eastern halves of the Kanha Tiger Reserve, which have long been famous for their wide diversity of wildlife. The park was created in 1955 by a special law and, since then, it has dedicated itself in preserving a variety of animal species. Many endangered species have indeed been saved here. Today Kanha is among the few most scenic and beautiful wildlife reserves in Asia. This 'Tiger Country' is the ideal home for both predator and prey. By far the most striking features of this region are the open grassy meadows, where sighting blackbuck, swamp deer, sambhar and chital is common. And, if one can transcend into time, a barefooted Mowgli would perhaps come padding along the dusty trail, for this is the land of Kipling's Jungle Book.

Day 3: Kanha - Pachmarhi (By Road) Duration 06 hrs. approx.

After breakfast transfer to Pachmarhi. Arrive Pachmarhi and transfer to hotel. Overnight in Pachmarhi.

Day 4: In Pachmarhi

Full day visit in Pachmarhi. Overnight in Pachmarhi. The name Pachmarhi is believed to be derived from the Hindi words Panch ("five") and Marhi ("caves"). According to a legend, these caves were built by five Pandava brothers of Mahabharatha era during their fourteen years of exile. The caves are situated on a hilltop and provide an excellent vantage point. The forest around the town is home to many rare varieties of plants. UNESCO added Pachmarhi park to its list of Biosphere Reserves in May 2009. The total area of Pachmarhi Biosphere Reserve is 4981.72 km2. It is located at longitude 22° 11’ to 22° 50’N and latitude 77° 47’ to 78° 52’E. It covers parts of three civil districts, viz., Hoshangabad (59.55%),Chhindwara (29.19%) and Betul (11.26%). It includes three wildlife conservation units viz., Bori Sanctuary 485.72 km2), Satpura National Park (524.37 km2) and Pachmarhi Sanctuary (491.63 km2).[4][5]

Day 5: Pachmarhi - Jabalpur (By Road) Jabalpur - Home (By Flight / By Train)

After breakfast transfer to Jabalpur . Arrive Jabalpur and visit and later transfer to airport / railway station for onward destinations. The city's name is derived from the legendary sage Jaabaali, who is mentioned in the Ramayana, and may refer to Jaabaali's tapasya-bhoomi (place of penance). According to Bheegnari folklore, a small cave on the bank of the Narmada River was Jaabaali's ashram. Variations of the name include Jabalipuram and Jubbulgarh, and under British rule the city was known as Jubbulpore. In 2006, the Jabalpur Municipal Corporation renamed the city Jabalipuram.


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