DAY 01: White Tiger Safari Mukundpur
A sight to behold – the most amazing beauty of nature – The white tiger. A tiger in nature is born once in centuries. Maharaja Ramchandra of Bandhavgarh was contemporary of Akbar. Tansen, the King of Music and the humorist Raja Birbal, both joined Akbar’s court from Bandhavgarh. The oldest recorded information about White Tiger dates back to 1561. There is a painting in second part of “Akbarnama” which describes the ruling era from 1560 to 1578. The painting depicting the scene of hunting by Akbar shows two white tigers in it. Again first white tiger cubs in 1951 in the forest of Madhya Pradesh’s Bandhavgarh. Bandhavgarh Maharaja Martand Singh was found. The “Mohan White Tiger Safari” is main attraction of Bandhavgarh, because it is first safari of White Tigers, where you can see “White Tigers” as a wild, and the chances to see “White Tigers” in this Safari is very high approx. 99%. Overnight at resort.

DAY 02:Bandhavgarh Tiger Safari
Bandhavgarh National Park is one of the finest national park in the India and has the distinction of harboring the highest concentration of tigers per unit area of forest. The Bandhavgarh National Park is spread over on area of 448 sq km with a cross area of 105 sq km. At the center of the park is the bandhavgarh hill, rising 811 meters above sea level and surrounding it are a sloping valleys, These valleys end in small, swampy meadows locally known as “bohera”. Bandhavgarh was declared a national park in 1968. Since then many steps have been taken to retain Bandhavgarh National Park as an unspoilt national habitat for a variety of wildlife peculiar to the area. These includes gaur (Indian bison), sloth bear, leopard, porcupine, wild boar, sambhar and spotted deer, among others and of course, the tiger. Overnight at resort

DAY 03:Kanha Jungle Jeep Safari
The main wildlife attractions in the park are tiger, bison, gaur, sambhar, chital, more pictures.... barasingha, barking deer, black deer, black buck, chousing, nilgai, mouse deer, sloth bear, jackal fox, porcupine, hyena, jungle cat, python, pea fowl, hare, monkey, mongoose, tiger, and leopard. The birds species in the park include storks, teals, pintails, pond herons, egrets, peacock, pea fowl, jungle fowl, spur fowl, partridges, quails, ring doves, spotted parakeets, green pigeons, rock pigeons, cuckoos, papihas, rollers, bee-eater, hoopoes, drogues, warblers, kingfishers, woodpeckers, finches, orioles, owls, and fly catchers. However, if one animal species were to represent Kanha, it would probably be the barasingha, or the swamp deer. The barasinghas at Kanha are unique, being the hard ground variety, which populate the large open tracts of grass amidst the forests of teak and bamboo. Twenty years ago, the barasingha was faced with extinction but some desperate measures including the fencing-off of some animals helped save them and again the air in Kanha bugle with their rutting calls. The open meadows during the cold winter months are usually teeming with barasinghas and there is plenty of tiger activity around the fringes. A female with two small cubs would circle around at least two or three times during the day and the swamp deer would go berserk, their husky alarm calls ringing through the jungle. Far from being the cunning, smart aleck, portrayed in Disney's adaptation of the Jungle Book, the real "Sher Khan" is true blue-blooded royalty. There is a museum at Kanha depicting attributes and activities of the park and tribal culture. It is closed every Wednesday. Overnight at resorts.

DAY04: Amarkantak Sightseeing
Amarkantak is about 240kms from Jabalpur city with good road condition. On reaching Amarkantak, relax for sometime in hotel and later proceed for sightseeing. It is a hill station and pilgrimage town in Madhya Pradesh state near Chattisgarh state border. One of the prominent river of Central India called Narmada river has its origin at Amarkantak. Overnight at amarkantak.