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Delhi - Agra
Agra - Katni
No stay in Agra would of course be complete without a visit to the beautiful white marble Taj Mahal, built by the Moghul Emperor Shah Jahan in memory of his beloved wife, Mumtaz Mahal, who died in 1631. The Taj is serenely beautiful and never fails to amaze a first-time visitor; the white marble exterior changes colour according to the position of the sun during the day. During the morning we will visit this magnificent monument and also visit the imposing Red Fort of Akbar, third of the Moghul Emperors, whose mighty sandstone walls enclose the beautiful white marble Pearl Mosque and the palaces, halls, courtyards and fountains of his sons and successors, Jehangir and Shah Jahan. It is here that the latter spent his last years, imprisoned by his own son Aurangzeb. This afternoon is left free for individual sightseeing. In the evening you'll catch the overnight train to Katni.
Katni - Bhandavgarh
Arrive to Katni in the morning and transfer to Bhandavgarh National Park. The evening will be free for dinner and time to relax before an early start the next morning.
At only 437 sq. km. Bandhavgarh is one of the smaller and least-visited National Parks and enjoys an impressive setting with a stunning cliff-top fort overlooking grasslands, birch forests and bamboo that provide cover for the plentiful indigenous wildlife. In common with many other parks, Bandhavgarh is home to a wide variety of game including leopard, sloth bear, gaur, sambar, chital, wild pig and of course tiger. The healthy population of approximately 60-70 animals means that this Park has the highest tiger density of any of India's reserves. Game drives in Bandhavgarh are undertaken by jeep. Aside from the game and the tigers, the Park also plays host to up to 150 species of birds including many on the migratory trail, such as the Steepe Eagle. During your stay in this beautiful rugged National Park you will enjoy eight games drives by jeep. You will also visit the Exodus Bhandavgarh School Project during our stay.
Katni - Delhi
Today, set off for Katni Railway Station: this drive is approximately 3 hours. We will stop for refreshments, conveniences and any photo opportunities along the way. In the evening you'll catch the overnight train to Delhi.
Arrive to Delhi during the morning where you will transfer to our hotel. Today you are free to relax, explore the sites of New and Old Delhi (an optional sightseeing trip will be organised if you wish), or you can do some last minute shopping!
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