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Tours - Kanha Tour from Nagpur


This Kanha Weekend Tour Package is tailor-made for wildlife lovers. Kanha National Park or better known as the Mowgli Land is the best place for spotting tigers. Along with tigers, you can also catch the view of various other fascinating wild beings frisking freely in the park. Further, the beautiful flora of the place offers a soothing sight to the sore eyes. Visit once and you will definitely wish to visit again.

Day 01 : Arrive Nagpur – Kanha National Park (285 km/06 hours drive)

Pick up from Nagpur railway station or airport and then drive to Kanha. Upon arrival, check into a wildlife resort. Unwind yourself and get ready for lunch. In the evening, you are free to enjoy various indoor games along with bonfire. You can also explore the serene surroundings and natural beauty of Kanha from the resort itself. Later treat yourself with a scrumptious dinner and then have a comfy overnight stay.

Day 02 : Kanha National Park

Get up early for a morning jungle ride inside the park via jeep safari (the jeep will pick you up from the resort). An early morning safari in the Mowgli land is highlighted with the chirping of the birds and the hullabaloo of different wild animals. Return back to the resort for breakfast, and then you are free to spend some leisure time. Later enjoy a healthy and yummy lunch, and then the jeep will pick you up for the second round of safari. This time you will be wandering around different nooks and corners of the park, and will get the chance of witnessing more fauna species. On returning back to the resort, you can enjoy tribal dance around the bonfire, followed by dinner and overnight stay.

The Kanha National Park is adorned with different landforms like the flat hill tops (dadars), riverine forests and grassy expanses. Owing to the presence of varied soil types, the park possesses a rich collection of flora species. Besides this, it is a home to various wild animals and birds. At Kanha all the wild beings live under a roof of protection.

The park takes care of many endangered species like Barasingha (a deer species). However, it is the big cats, the tigers that steal the show. Even a mere glimpse of the royal predator is sufficient to make the tour worthwhile, and this trip assures you more than just a glimpse.

Day 03 : Kanha National Park-Nagpur Departure (285 km/06 hours drive)

Early in the morning, get ready for the last jungle ride through jeep safari (pick up from the resort). Capture different wild animals both in your eyes as well as camera. Later, return to the hotel, enjoy a delicious breakfast and then pack your belongings for check out. Drive to Nagpur and upon arrival transfer to airport, railway station or your hotel.

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Weekend Tours around Nagpur

Whether it is politics, commerce or tourism, Nagpur is a prominent city of central region in India. Dotted with several lakes, natural and man-made, the “Orange Capital” is well connected with various locations of both Maharashtra and Madhya Pradesh. It is also quite interesting to know that Nagpur is the home base of Haldiram- the famous snack producer.

Whether you are visiting Nagpur for work or going to meet relatives, it is obvious to have a couple of days off. Then, why not go for weekend tours around Nagpur? The city provides an excellent getaway to enjoy different charms of Vidarbha region along with various wildlife sanctuaries. Because of this, the city is also called the “Tiger Capital of India”. And that’s why Nagpur witnesses adventurous explorers too along with corporate travelers and regional visitors.

Give your hectic schedule a break and let rejuvenate your tired body and mind with our weekend packages from Nagpur. Whatever you desire and wherever around Nagpur you want to go, our packages cover several places and are quite worthy even for economy class tourists.

Panchmarhi : Located at a drive of 263 km away, Panchmarhi is a rejuvenating hill station in a basin of the Satpura Range.

Tadoba Andhari Tiger Reserve : Around 151 km from Nagpur lies the oldest and largest national park of Maharashtra.

Kanha National Park : This famous national park is the largest one in Central India and is at a distance of 269 km away.

Pench National Park : Another paradise for wildlife lover, this attraction of Madhya Pradesh is about 167 km Nagpur.

Ram Temple Ramtek : It will take only an hour drive (56 km) from Nagpur to reach Ram Temple in Ramtek.

Markanda : Resembling Khajuraho in architecture, Markanda features a complex of 24 temples and is around 188 km from Nagpur.

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