Tribal of Central India
The beautiful journey will cover the beautiful monuments built during the medieval India, tribal life of Madhya Pradesh and wildlife treasures sprinkled across Central India. The 16 days long journey, beginning from Delhi, will cover Raipur, Kanker, Kondagaon, Narayanpur, Jagdalpur, Kanger, Kawardha, Kanha, Jabalpur, Bhopal, Sanchi and Agra.
Tribal of Central India
It will take you away from the chaos of the city and town to the calm and peaceful place where people still believe in living a simple life just like their ancestors did. Away from the regular city life, these tribes wake up every day with new challenges.
- Visit the tribal regions of Kondagaon and Narayanpur.
- Visit Chitrakote Waterfalls and Anthropological Museum in Jagdalpur.
- Safari tour in Kanger Valley National Park.
- Meeting with the local Bison-Horn Maria tribe.
- 3 Jungle safaris in the Kanha National Park.
Delhi – Raipur – Kanker – Jagdalpur – Kanger Valley National Park – Kawardha – Kanha – Bhopal – Agra
- Best Season:
October-November and February to May
The highlights of this trip
Visiting local Baiga villages within the Maikal Hills provides a thoroughly intriguing glimpse at life in the jungle but from an interactive point of view rather than a voyeuristic alternative. You’ll be introduced to local tribe members as well as visiting weekly markets on a guided tour of Bhoramdeo, which is also revered for its collection of temples.
Spending two nights in Kanha national park allows travellers to observe, first-hand, some of India’s indigenous animals in their incredible natural environments. Everything from wild wolves and monkeys to leopards and Bengal tigers are known to reside in the parks’ protected habitats.
The Taj Mahal is widely considered one of the most beautiful buildings ever created. The exquisite marble structure in Agra, India, is a mausoleum, an enduring monument to the love of a husband for his favorite wife. It’s also an eternal testament to the artistic and scientific accomplishments of a wealthy empire.
- Tribal Communities 95% 95%
- Monuments 80% 80%
- Wildlife 65% 65%
- Landscapes 90% 90%
An epic journey.
“It was our 04th visit to India with ITP. We wanted to have this journey as bit of everything. It was wonderfully organized. Kids enjoyed wildlife, my husband loved taking pictures of tribes and I simply admired Taj Mahal. We all had moments during this trip.”
Machiatto Family – Rome, Italy
A particularly heart-warming moment.
“From watching people go about their daily business, to joining in their celebrations, we genuinely experienced “The Real India”. A particularly heart-warming moment happened one morning when we were invited into the home of a tribal family. “
Garry & Sherone – Texas, USA.
Discover our other tours in Central India
Northeast is about its people so the best way to discover this region is to stay with its inhabitants.
Off the tourist trail, North East India is home to some of the most endangered wildlife in the world. Arriving into Assam, drive to Manas National Park on the fringes of the Bhutan border, which plays host to over 450 species of bird as well as secretive big cats including tigers, clouded leopards and panthers.
Nagaland is steeped in history and tribal tradition. Wander through tribal villages and soak up the atmosphere at the Hornbill Festival, where Naga culture is brought to life in colourful song and dance.