Taj Hotels & Resorts Is All Set To Reopen Its Indian Safari Camps For Winter Season
Here is a good news to delight wildlife lovers. Taj Safaris is going to reopen all of its four luxury safari camps that it maintains in the Indian state of Madhya Pradesh. This luxury hotel group will open the camps on 16th October and offer customized wildlife activities in the closely located national parks and jungles.
A joint venture of hugely famous ‘Taj Group’ and luxury adventure travel company ‘andBeyond’, Taj Safaris opened its maiden lodge named Mahua Kothi in November 2006 at the Bandhavgarh National Park. After its success, three more lodges have been opened, which are Baghvan in the Pench National Park, Pashan Garh at the Panna National Park and Banjaar Tola at the Kanha National Park.
Guests at these four lodges as well as tourists visiting the aforementioned national parks will be allowed to take drives into the jungle to explore the amazing fauna of the region. Besides tigers and elephants, the fauna of the region includes hyenas, leopards, porcupines, jackals, civet cats and more.
Since well-trained naturalists and guides will be there, one can also opt for night walks, elephant treks and twilight expeditions. After enjoying these outdoor activities, one can indulge in spa treatments, attend yoga and relish organic meals. Further, guests can choose to partake in any of the projects run by local communities that are active in local schools and villages.
“Those looking for another form of adventure would be glad to know that white water rafting has again opened on River Ganga in the Indian state of Uttarakhand.”