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Tiger Safari & Marvelous Monuments of India
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Tiger Safari & Marvelous Monuments of India

Tiger Safari & Marvelous Monuments of India tour will begin with pick up from Delhi airport. Explore Mumbai, India financial powerhouse, dotted with colonial era buildings & cave temples. Then fly to Jabalpur and begin the wildlife exploration visiting some famous national park having the largest number of tiger population. Embark on enthralling jeep safari in dense forest of Bandhavgarh, Kanha, Pench & Satpura National Parks. Continue to explore the Paleolithic age Bhimbetka rock shelters, Sanchi Buddhist stupas, Bhopal city & wetland. Travel by train to Agra and witness the immortal beauty of the Taj Mahal. Next visit the historic city Delhi & its Mughal monuments. At the end we will drop off you at Delhi airport.
US$ 4,028.00 per adult
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TheHolidaysIndia wrote a review Jun 2019
Bhopal, India330 contributions9 helpful votes
Baghel Museum is located in Maharaja Kothi hotel complex. It is a historical place as this property belongs to past Maharaja of Bandhavgarh. During the days when Bandhavgarh was upcoming wildlife tourism destination, Maharaja Kothi was best accommodation in Bandhavgarh but later private hotels came & offered much better options and due to lack of renovation, Maharaja Kothi lost its status. Still when you visit this complex, you will appreciate its more than 400 years old trees etc. Baghel Museum is not promoted thus very few tourists visit this place thus management team is also reluctant to try anything more. Still if you have time, I will suggest to visit this place to understand the history of whole region. It is true that it could be much more better if management team pay some interest. Just check its visiting hours as gate keepers often lock the door and disappears.
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Date of experience: May 2019
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jyotsna wrote a review May 2019
New Delhi, India624 contributions109 helpful votes
Since I read on Trip advisor about the museum,I asked the Safari driver to take us there. This is in Tala zone,but outside the tiger reserve. So we reached there on our way back from the forest to the resort. The area is quite big,some flower bed is also there ,but typical govt.apathy is visible. The content is nice,gives history of the reserve,the animals found there. A few slides also running. Female guides were good. There was nobody except our group. This was started by Maharaja of Rewa. But now it is not maintained property ,neither it is publicised. There were so many tourists ,but apparently they didn't know about the museum.
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Date of experience: May 2019
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Debabrata83 wrote a review May 2019
Manama, Bahrain5 contributions4 helpful votes
Excellent collection of tiger and other wildlife photos. Well decorated and easily accessible place for tourists. It is worth a shot if your evening is free in Bandhavgarh trip.
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Date of experience: November 2018
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sudipto c wrote a review Mar 2019
Salt Lake City, West Bengal, India275 contributions85 helpful votes
A very informative place ,but needs urgent attention and proper upkeep. The photos and models in display are amazing. Interesting stories to read if you have time in hand.
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Date of experience: March 2019
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pramod v wrote a review Nov 2017
16 contributions8 helpful votes
History of the national park is shown in a nice way. The story of the king and how later stopped hunting and started conservation. Stories about tigers and other animals and interaction is shown nicely.
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Date of experience: November 2017
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