link to founders message

Enquire or Call

UK: 01473 890499
You are here: HomeIndiaTiger Tiger
India holiday ideas experiences accommodation places to go when to visit india map reviews

Tiger Tiger

8 days from £1785pp plus international flights.

If you really want to see tigers in the wild, this combination of safaris in Kanha and Bandhavgarh gives you the best possible chance.

Tribes director, Guy Marks, checked out all the main tiger parks to be certain which would give you the best opportunity of seeing tigers. From this knowledge we have designed this Tiger Tiger itinerary for those who are really keen to see a tiger in the wild. We honestly believe that this combination of Kanha and Bandhavgarh National Parks gives you your very best chance. Both parks are remote and are proper Indian jungle, which not only provide a great setting for a tiger safari but also have a wide variety of other Indian wildlife.

The scenery at both of these parks is just beautiful and they are different enough to make it worth visiting both in the same trip. Some people will definitely prefer Kanha to Bandhavgarh and others will favour Bandhavgarh over Kanha, but we think they are equally beautiful and both have excellent wildlife viewing opportunities.

We have found some fabulous jungle lodges which can be used for this trip, which also includes all transfers and domestic flights as well as the services of expert and experienced naturalist guides in both national parks.

India Gate, Delhi


Arrive at Delhi airport. You will be met and transferred to your airport hotel. The rest of they day is at leisure for you to relax after your flight. 
Monkey in Bandhavgarh


You will be transferred back to the airport for your late morning flight to Jabalpur. On arrival you will be met and driven to your hotel in Bandhavgarh. There's time to settle in and get your bearings as you look forward to the next few days here.
Full board.

Jackal in Bandhavgarh


A full day of game viewing, returning to the lodge for lunch and dinner. As well as tigers, Bandhavgarh has a wide range of other mammal species including sambar deer, chital (spotted deer), muntjac and the four-horned antelope. Though sighted rarely leopards are here in abundance. Jungle cat, hyena, jackal, fox, wild dog, wild boar and Indian wolf are all sighted regularly. So too are the sloth bear, porcupine and the Indian pangolin. Primates are seen all over the park. Full board.
Tiger eyes


A second day of morning and afternoon game drives. As well as the animal life, Bandhavgarh is teeming with both migratory and resident bird species. The fast vanishing vultures in India - the white back, long billed, king and the Egyptian are surviving in abundance here.
Full board.
Wildlife in Kanha


There is time for a last game drive in Bandhavgarh this morning before the transfer to Kahna National Park (about 4 to 5 hours). On arrival check in to your hotel where you will spend the next 3 nights. The rest of the day is at leisure.
Full board.
Start of the tiger show


You have morning and afternoon game drives in the national park. Kanha is one of the largest tiger reserves in the world and one of the best places to see tigers, making it the top spot for an Indian tiger safari. Kanha is also home to a wide variety of other animals including sambhar deer, wild dogs, jackals and langurs. 
Full board.
Tiger in Kanha


A full day of game drives in the national park with an experienced naturalist guide. As well as its animals, Kanha is profuse in bird life with over 200 species having been recorded in the park.
Full board.
Tiger face, Kanha


Enjoy a final game drive in Kanha, then depart from the lodge for the drive to Nagpur airport and the evening flight to Mumbai. From here you can connect to your onward flight home.
Price & Dates

Guide price from (pp sharing): £1785 (ex. international flights)

Price notes: 

2020 prices based on 2 sharing includes domestic flights but excludes international flights:

Shared Tour

01 Jan – 31 Mar 2020 Shared tour from £1785
01 Apr - 30 Jun 2020 from £1730
01 Oct 2020 - 31 Mar 2021 from £1795

Private Tour

01 Jan – 31 Mar 2020 Private tour from £2175

01 Apr - 30 Jun 2020 from £1995
01 Oct 2020 - 31 Mar 2021 £2185


All accommodation on twin share basis; meals as specified; all transfers, sightseeing and excursions in an exclusive chauffeur driven air-conditioned vehicle; flight from Delhi to Jabalpur and from Nagpur to Mumbai; services of an English-speaking guide for sightseeing; entrance fees at sites.


International flights; departure taxes; travel insurance; meals not specified; camera fees; items of a personal nature; tips.

Getting there: 

This tour starts in Delhi and ends in Mumbai. International return flights from the UK will cost in the region of £600 per person, depending on season and availability.

Departure dates: This is operated as either a shared or a private tailor made wildlife holiday. We can arrange it at any time of the year that the parks are open. Most close in the monsoon season from about June to September.

places you will see

places you will see

Bandhavgarh National Park
Bandhavgarh National Park
Bandhavgarh National Park is one of India's hidden natural treasures. It is remote and difficult to get to, but definitely worth the long journey. There is a good chance of seeing a tiger here, and that is just one of the highlights of this excellent park.
Kanha National Park
Kanha National Park
Kanha in Madhya Pradesh was the inspiration for Rudyard Kipling's 'The Jungle Book', and is one of the best places to see tigers. It is also home to leopards, chital (spotted deer), sambar, gaur (Indian bison), many herbivores and about 200 bird species. Wildlife viewing is possible on elephant back or by jeep.

customer rating

5/5 from 139 reviews

our travel expert

Start planning your tailor-made holiday to India. Tell us what you want, and we will tailor make your perfect trip.
Call: 01473 890499


Find the best time to visit India

facts and information

Time: GMT +5 hours

Flight time: Flight time from London to Delhi is 8 hours 30 minutes and to Mumbai is about 8 hours.

Language: The official language is Hindi, which about 30% of the population speaks. English is very widely spoken and is used for official and commercial purposes.

Visas: Required for British travellers. Other nationalities should obtain advice from their embassy.

Health: There are no compulsory vaccinations.



Botswana Specialists Costa Rica Specialists Galapagos Specialists Peru Specialists

Help me plan my trip

* required fields

Please enter your address

Trip details

Yes No
Yes No

Other information

Your Preferences

Keep in touch with the tribe in the following way/s:

By email: Yes, Please No, Thanks

By post: Yes, Please No, Thanks

I understand that I can unsubscribe at any time.Read our Privacy Policy here.

All information supplied is confidential and will never be shared with anyone else (see our privacy policy)

Brochure Request

Our "Book of Unmissable Travel Experiences - Book Two" includes some inspiring ideas which could be the holiday experience you're looking for. You will find an online version of our brochure which you can flip through at your leisure.

* required fields

Please enter your address

Other information

Yes No

All information supplied is confidential and will never be shared with anyone else (see our privacy policy)

Our e-newsletter offers you travel inspiration, with gorgeous and exciting places to go or stay, plus special offers, and some insight into sustainability/conservation.

* required fields

I am agreeing to receive Tribes e-newsletter. I understand that all information I have supplied is confidential and will never be shared with anyone else (see our privacy policy), and I can unsubscribe at any time.