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Nagpur Tours and Trips 2019/2020

1 Trip in Nagpur with 17 Reviews

Highlights
  • In-depth wildlife tour.
  • Fifteen game drives with jeeps exclusive to Exodus guests.
  • Visit the magnificent Taj Mahal.
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  • Starts Nagpur, India
  • Ends Nagpur, India

India Tiger Safari

of 17 reviews
This was an amazing trip! Lots of Tigers (including cubs), lovely fresh food, a great group leader and of course ...
  • Operator Exodus Travels Active 1 day ago
  • Tour Type Group Tour
  • Activities Wildlife safaris and game drives & Wildlife
  • Accommodation Hotel & Sleeper Train
  • Transport Train, Bus, 4WD Jeep & Flight
SaveUS$ 154
From US$ 3,079 15 days View Tour
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Oct 12 Only 8 seats left
Oct 27 Only 8 seats left
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Nagpur Tour Reviews

4.6 - Excellent Based on 17 customer reviews
land of tiger trip Reviewed Tour: India Tiger Safari
3 - Average
“Once we got to India the trip was great. Pity we missed the first 24 hours due to fog delaying our flight to Heathrow.
Disappointed that the Exodus team did little to help us try to 're-book our flights and when they did it cost us over 1600 pounds.”
Land of the Tiger Reviewed Tour: India Tiger Safari
5 - Excellent
“a great trip, but tiring, it is billed as leisurely, but getting up at 4.30 every day and bumping around in a jeep for eight hours takes its toll. Seeing a tiger makes it all worthwhile. Beautiful scenery and lovely sunrises. The lodges were lovely and the food superb. A nice group of people.”
Elusive Tigers! Reviewed Tour: India Tiger Safari
4 - Very Good
“So much down to luck and timing, it was like looking for an orange needle in a large haystack! We certainly saw a lot of the land where tigers are but the animals themselves are not so easy to see.”
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