"Must" See a Tiger

#1 Nov 27th, 2009, 22:04
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Hi,

Newly member of this Forum which i find very useful and smart.
Im going to India in the mid of Dec and are there for 3 weeks.
The trip is sometthing like
Delhi
Varanasi
Bandavagarth
Jaipur
Jodhpur
(Either Bikaner and the rats or down to Udaipur)
Agra and back to Dehli
Here i like suggestions please

I have a plan for what i want to se but there is something bother me.
I read a fantastic review from a guy who had been in many parks and among them the one im going for Banhavgarth.

I have 2 days to spend in a park and really (like anyone i guess) se a tiger. I now there are no garanties but Bavandagarth are turning me on after reading aboute the "cirkus" with the elephants and so many tourist in a small park.

So my question is should i go for another one !

Thanks a lot for anyone backing me up here

Ulf
#2 Nov 27th, 2009, 22:09
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Originally Posted by MrUli View Post Hi,

Newly member of this Forum which i find very useful and smart.
Im going to India in the mid of Dec and are there for 3 weeks.
The trip is sometthing like
Delhi
Varanasi
Bandavagarth
Jaipur
Jodhpur
(Either Bikaner and the rats or down to Udaipur)
Agra and back to Dehli
Here i like suggestions please

I have a plan for what i want to se but there is something bother me.
I read a fantastic review from a guy who had been in many parks and among them the one im going for Banhavgarth.

I have 2 days to spend in a park and really (like anyone i guess) se a tiger. I now there are no garanties but Bavandagarth are turning me on after reading aboute the "cirkus" with the elephants and so many tourist in a small park.

So my question is should i go for another one !

Thanks a lot for anyone backing me up here

Ulf
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#3 Nov 27th, 2009, 23:41
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There are so few tigers in the wild after poaching that no matter how you see one you will have to be very lucky. Best of luck..
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Tiger

Thanks for answering but what i really was after is if the chanses are as big in other NP or cloose to se tiger.

Regards/Ulf
#5 Nov 28th, 2009, 00:05
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Lightbulb

Nice photos you got and the park is near Bundi were i also go so the trip is Clear
Will try to get some nice shots with my 50 D to
Thanks a lot

Have a nice weekend

Ulf
#6 Dec 1st, 2009, 00:30
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Bandhavgarh is your best bet if you want to see a tiger in the wild since it has the highest density of tiger per Sq. Km. See to it that your Bandhvagarh trip does not clash with Christsmas holidays so that you have fewer visitors for company. Give atleast 3 days (six safaris) for better chances of sighting. I am sure you will come face to face with a tiger.

Ronak.
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I am also there for christmas - over two days. Going with folks. Now the standard refrain from the gang is that 2 safaris (out of 4 possible) is good enough. Given that things in bandhavgarh are supposed to be really conducive for sightings, what should one do?

Am the lazy bones kind ... if i get one sighting, will just kickback than go back another time!

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