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Tala Zone, Bandhavgarh National Park 484664 India
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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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Afsar A wrote a review 4 Jan
Kanpur, India3 contributions
The way to reach this place was quite humpy at the same time it can goose bumps to few....will leave you spell bound..
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Date of experience: December 2020
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shashwati wrote a review Dec 2020
Allahabad, India15 contributions3 helpful votes
This place is high up on a hill and requires a steep climb. But the visit is worth it! The 35 feet reclining statue of Lord Vishnu with Lord Shiva and Lord Brahma on either side...is as old as our history. There is a perennial spring from the feet which fills up the lovely pool in front giving the whole place a mesmerising look. This is the only place in the park where you are allowed to get off your vehicle.
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Date of experience: December 2020
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VOV1959 wrote a review Jan 2020
New Delhi, India196 contributions10 helpful votes
It is worth a visit to see Shesh Shaiya-inside Bandhavgarh forest -The statue of Lord Vishnu (10th Century) reclining on the seven -hooded serpent Sheshnaag -the king of serpents
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Jyotirmoy wrote a review Jan 2020
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Calm nature and beautiful scenery are the main attraction of this place. The huge size of the statue is indeed an attraction.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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TheHolidaysIndia wrote a review Jun 2019
Bhopal, India330 contributions9 helpful votes
Shesh Saiya is located on the mid-way to Bandhavgarh Fort. As if now, Fort area is closed for tourists so you can go up to Shesh Saiya only. For this you need to have Tala zone safari ticket, to be booked in advance. Famous Charan-ganga river of Bandhavgarh, has its origin from Shesh Saiya. It is evergreen river of Bandhavgarh in which you can find water, even during peak summer time of May-June months. You can relax and do photography at Shesh Saiya status. Sometime tigers also pay their visit to this site as water pool is also situated here. This site is created by cutting sandstone rock of Bandhavgarh hill, during Baghel dynasty rule.
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Date of experience: May 2019
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