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    Tiger Marathon

    Tiger Marathon

    A Beyond Wild exclusive!
    This incredible tour would take you through Tadoba`s extraordinary tiger-land, Pench`s mythical Kipling country, Kanha`s fabled Sal forests and last but not the least, Bandhavgarh`s rolling hills and enchanting meadows! We will go on as many as 18 safaris through the course of this tour! To keep it personal and exclusive, we would be signing only genuinely interested campers. Do write to us on info@beyondwild.in for more details!

    This tour is all about the Tiger! We visit all the beautiful forests of central India at the best time, with a hope to capture the magnificent beast with our lenses as many times as possible! This tour is specially crafted for avid photographers and wildlifers. 

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    Only a fixed number of safaris are allowed every day and hence safari bookings happen 4 months in advance. We request you to kindly confirm your seat at the earliest to get assured safari bookings.

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    Bandhavgarh National Park
    Bandhavgarh National Park
    Bandhavgarh and tiger go together like Mozart and symphony. One naturalist once said that the essence of Bandhavgarh was its tigers. This land of tigers is a dazzling artwork of gigantic mountains,...Read More
    Tadoba National Park
    Tadoba National Park
       Tadoba isn`t just some other national park. It is the very byname of the Tiger. Every story, every blade of grass, every speck of sand, every living creature here, breathes just 1 word...Read More
    Kanha National Park
    Kanha National Park
    Kanha is a national park and Tiger reserve nestled in Madhya Pradesh. It already is a part of our lives, through Rudyard Kipling`s Jungle Book as he found inspiration to write his famous book, right...Read More
    Pench National Park
    Pench National Park
    Pench National park, nestling in the lower southern reaches of the satpuda hills is named after Pench river, meandering through the park from north to south. It is located on the southern boundary of...Read More
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