Terra Incognita Sets Tours for Tracking the Bengal Tiger
Photo courtesy of Terra Incognita Ecotours
Tiger lovers rejoice! Terra Incognita Ecotours has constructed a tour designed with the central purpose of making sure all participants get the chance to encounter the great Bengal Tiger for themselves.
The company claims that every time this tour has been conducted over the last five years, the groups have seen the great tigers multiple times — as many as 10 sightings in a single week.
The tour will visit three major habitats of the Bengal tigers: Corbett National Park, Bandhavgarh National Park and Kanha National Park.
Corbett National Park is the area with the densest tiger population in the world, with 165 tigers in total.
Bandhavgarh National Park is where the central Indian jungles of Rudyard Kipling’s “The Jungle Books” are located. The park is noted for a high concentration of tigers.
Kanha National Park is India’s largest national park. It is home to many tigers, leopards and Asian wild dogs.
All the parks are rich with wildlife and thousands of species of birds.
The departures will be Feb. 16-27, March 8-19 and March 26-April 6.
At the ending of each of these departures, Terra Incognita is offering a two-day extension to Agra and the Taj Mahal. The tour group will headquarter at the Oberoi Amarvilas, where every guest room, as well as the main public areas, have views of the Taj Mahal.
The extension includes a sunset tour of the Taj Mahal and a tour of the Agra Fort.
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