Singalila – Kanha Tiger Reserve

Region - India - East + Central India

The thirteen day/twelve night itinerary travels to the Singalila Wildlife Sanctuary. Here you’ll search for the rare red panda with your specialist wildlife naturalist.

West Bengal in East India, is one of the only places left where you could see red panda in the wild. Besides this amazing little creature, there are over 300 bird species, the Himalayan black bear, clouded leopard and leopard cat.

Next stop is Central India and the Kanha Tiger Reserve to search for tiger. Chances are high for spotting sloth bears, bison, rusty spotted cat and the Indian skimmer in addition.

Expedition Itinerary

Day 1:

Arrive in Delhi. There are no special activities today, as we wait for all guests to arrive. Spend the day at your own pace. Overnight in Delhi.

Note: Optional activities within the city are available for those who arrive early (extra cost).

Day 2:

Catch an early flight to Bagdogra before a long journey to Singalila National Park. Spend the night in Majua just outside the park. You’ll be in a homestay which is in an excellent location for birding and seeing the Bhutan flying squirrel.

Day 3, 4, 5, 6, 7:

Travelling into the park today, to Habre’s Nest – home for the next five nights. After lunch, the search begins, on foot, for the red panda and other species. All activities will be along walking trails during the time in the park. There are beautiful landscapes and over 600 species of orchids apart from the unusual wildlife.

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Day 8:

You’ll spend most of the day travelling back to Delhi. Overnight near the airport in a city hotel ready for a morning flight.

Day 9, 10, 11, 12:

Fly from Delhi to Jabalpur before travelling for 4.5 hrs to Kanha Tiger Reserve.

Check-in for four nights to your fully inclusive lodge.

Enjoy twice daily game drives exploring the park. There are five areas where tourists may drive and each of these differs in scenery although the wildlife species are similar.

Apart from tigers, other wildlife that could be spotted in this region are: Mammals: Sloth Bear, Leopard, bsion, the Giant Indian Squirrel, rusty spotted cat, and small Indian civet.

Around 350 species of birds and reptiles including: Marsh Crocodile, Indian Rock Monitor, Rock Agama, Chameleon, Fan-throated Lizard, Russell’s Viper, Indian Rock Python, Spectacled Cobra and many more.

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