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Taj Mahal, Tiger & Culture of India

Guaranteed Departure India Group Tour Package 2019-2020

Get enchanted with the fascinating blend of cultural heritage and wildlife.

This is a very interesting and one of the most liked tour of North India. It is a blend of cultural heritage of Golden triangle tour package and wildlife activities of Ranthambore National Park which is world renowned for Tiger Safari tour in India. Get enchanted with the glorious past of three beautiful cities of Golden triangle tour viz Delhi, Jaipur and Agra. Meet with the king of jungle in its natural habitat and get introduced with the lifestyle of the locals. Taj, Tiger and Culture tour of India will amaze you with the variety of people, heritage sites, costumes, food, languages you will experience in this small tourist circuit of India. The huge royal palaces of Rajput and Mughal kings, the colourful bazaars of popular Pink City in Jaipur, an audience with the Bengal Tiger at his homeland and undoubtedly the most stunning monument of Taj Mahal are going to be the highlight of your journey. You may additionally request to book a hot air balloon trip over Jaipur to have aerial view of the city and/or experience an hour stage performance of the local artists at ‘Mohabbat e Taj show’ in Agra which is a wonderful stage drama describing the whole story behind Taj Mahal and its creators.

Day 01 : Delhi

On arrival, Meeting & assistance at Delhi International Airport then transfer to Hotel. Your Tour escort will assist you at Airport and at the time of Check in at Hotel, overnight stay at Hotel in Delhi.

Included meals : no meal
Included entrances : no sightseeing tour

Day 02 : Delhi

The day offers sightseeing combined trip of Old and New Delhi with an expert local guide. The sightseeing trip includes a visit to the monuments dating back to the Mughal and the British Empire in India. Today we will take you to a special tour organised by the Salaam Baalak Trust. As the name suggests, Salaam Baalak Trust is an NGO that provides shelter to the street children who were once captured and imposed to work as child labour or to beg. In 2006, they started with a new concept of City Walk serving the sole intention of improving their English skills with the help of which they can earn their bread by working as a tour guide describing about the street life in the area around New Delhi Railway Station. Duration of the tour is of 02 hours that will be a distinct walk in and around the streets of New Delhi Railway station. A Salaam Baalak Tour Guide will accompany you through the streets along with that they will share the challenges faced by them in their life by accompanied with the description of their view about the world according to them. You will also cross the streets of Paharganj followed by a visit to their shelter home. The tour ends at New Delhi Metro Station from where you can board the metro for Jama Masjid which is the largest mosque in India having the courtyard to hold a religious gathering of more than 25000 people, also enjoy a man driven rickshaw ride. Afterwards, proceed to visit Raj Ghat – the cremation ground of the Father of Nation “Mahatma Gandhi”. Later proceed to visit the world’s tallest concrete minaret Qutub Minar (74 meters). Qutub Minar was built by Mughal emperor Qutub ud din Aibak as a tower of victory after defeating the last Hindu Kingdom of Delhi. Now head towards Bangla Sahib Gurudwara – the most religious place for Sikhs and popular among the people serves many devotees from different places, caste, religion, come together and have food, called as langar without any discrimination.
Your overnight stay will be at your hotel in Delhi.

Highlights: Salaam Balak Tour, Metro Ride from New Delhi Railway Station to Jama Masjid, Rikshaw Ride, Jama Masjid, Raj Ghat, Qutub Minar, Bangla Sahib Gurudwara.

Included meals : Breakfast
Included entrances : Salaam Balak Tour, Metro Ride from New Delhi Railway Station to Jama Masjid, Rikshaw Ride, Qutub Minar.

Day 03 : Delhi to Jaipur (256 KMS)

Take a 5 hours long drive to Jaipur after breakfast. Stop at midway in a motel for having some refreshment (tea/coffee etc.) - payment directly. Later continue to Jaipur and upon reaching, check in at the hotel.

The capital of Rajasthan and one of the most famous cities of North India, Jaipur holds many tourist attractions including the varied handsome forts and palaces, colourful bazaars, lakes etc. Today you will visit the Jantar Mantar that is a well - known observatory in India. Later, head towards the Birla Temple where people from faraway places come to offer prayer to Lord Vishnu & Goddess Lakshmi. The temple is built with white marble below the Moti Dungri Temple. Overnight stay at Hotel in Jaipur.

Highlights: Jantar Mantar, Birla Temple.

Included meals : Breakfast
Included entrances : Jantar Manta Observatory

Day 04 : Jaipur

After a delicious breakfast in the hotel, you will be guided to the Amer Fort which is situated at a distance of about 10 kms from the city, built in the 16th century by Raja Mansingh I and spread in an area of 4 sq. kms .Amer Fort (also known as Amber Palace or Amber Fort) is a fine example of Rajput and Hindu architecture. The palace is situated on the top of the Aravalli hill and you will be taken to the gate of palace on the back of a decorated elephant (optionally jeep can be made available if you are not interested to ride on the elephant). Visit the large rampart, beautiful gates, courtyards and rooms of the palace. Now heading toward the city in between photo stop at Jal Mahal Palace – also called as the water palace situated in the middle of Man Sagar Lake has a very fascinating view. Afternoon enjoy Food Walk that starts from Hawa Mahal to the Triploya Bazar, Hanuman ka Rasta, Gopal ji Ka rasta, Johari Bazaar and will end up at a pre-decided place. The duration of the walk will be around 2 hours. In the Food Walk you will be able to know and taste different cuisines especially local dishes which is well known between the local people of Rajasthan like, Kachoris, Pakodi, Puri sabzi, Achars (pickles), Paneer, Lassi, Tikiya, Dahi bada, Rasmalai and Masala chai etc. Most importantly not to miss the traditional food of Rajasthan i.e. the Dal Baati Churma. You can also enjoy Masala Tea in Kullad (a glass made of mud that altogether adds a different taste to the tea). If still feel hungry, lunch can be arranged at Laxmi Mishthan Bhandhar.
Evening free for own activities else you can also visit Gaitore (No Guide) or Albert Hall (No Guide). Overnight stay at Hotel in Jaipur.

Optional Visit: Rajasthani Folk dance with dinner in City Restaurant or Hotel.
Highlights: Amer Fort, Photo stop at Jal Mahal, Street Food Walk, Gaitore, Albert Hall.

Included meals : Breakfast & Lunch
Included entrances : Amer Fort, Elephant ride, Food Walk

Day 05 : Jaipur to Sawai Madhopur (160 KMS)

After breakfast you will leave behind the Pink city of Jaipur and drive to Ranthambore National Park which is a paradise for the jungle adventure seekers and photographers. Watching the Royal Bengal Tiger in its natural habitat and other wild species at Ranthambore is a dream of the travelers.

On the way, we stop at a small village of Abhaneri that has attracted the attention of global travelers for its fine carved stepwell of Chand Baori. This 9th century stepwell built is one of the largest and unique in the world.

Reach Ranthambore and check in to the National Park, dinner and overnight stay at Sawai Madhopur.

Highlights: Wildlife Santuary, Chandbaori Stepwell.

Included meals : Breakfast & Dinner
Included entrances : no

Note: Evening Jungle Safari at Ranthambore extra charges will be applicable.

Day 06 : Ranthambore National Park

Surrounded with lush forest, the Ranthambore National Park at Sawai Madhopur is one of the finest and largest ‘tiger reserves’ in India. Your lodge will be near to the tiger reserve. The day is dedicated to the wildlife activities. Morning and evening jungle visit will offer you a chance to view several rare species of birds and animals. If one is lucky, he/she can witness some of the activities of the Royal Bengal Tiger in its natural habitat. Later the jungle games, meals and stay will be at your lodge in the Ranthambore National park. Dinner and overnight stay at Sawai Madhopur.

Note: If required Jungle Safari by Jeep there will be extra charges

Highlights: Morning & Evening Jungle Safari by canter

Included meals : Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Included entrances : Jungle activities

Day 07 : Sawai Madhopur to Agra (270 KMS)

Today morning head to Agra, the capital city of Mughal empire in India. On the way to Agra you will stop at Fatehpur Sikri which lays 30 kms away from Agra on national highway, once the capital of Mughals this is a walled city built by Shahjahan to commemorate the birth of his elder son Jahangir. Later, due to the shortage of water in the city Mughals moved to Agra. Also, you can enjoy Local battery van ride till the main entrance of Fatehpur Sikri

Proceed to Agra and check into the hotel
Overnight stay at Hotel in Agra.

Optional Visit: In the evening one can choose to visit the famous ‘Mohabbat-e-Taj’ show which is an hour stage drama based on the story of the creation of Taj Mahal. Subject to availability.

Highlights: Fatehpur Sikri, Local Battery Van Ride.

Included meals : Breakfast
Included entrances : Fatehpur Sikri, Battery Van Ride.

Note: Morning Jungle Safari at Ranthambore extra charges will be applicable.

Day 08 : Agra to Delhi (204 KMS)

Agra is dotted with many big and small monuments reminding us about the brave Mughals kings.

Enjoy a Tonga ride (horse cart) in Agra then visit the most beautiful monument of the world, Taj Mahal. Listed in UNESCO World heritage sites and known as the symbol of eternal love on the earth, Taj Mahal was built by the great Mughal emperor Shahjahan in the sweet memories of his wife who died while giving birth to his son. River Yamuna on the back of the monument brings more charm to its beauty. Do not forget to take some beautiful selfies at Taj Mahal to include them to your India travel photo collection.

Later visit Agra Fort - the most important monument which you will visit today before leaving back to Delhi. Agra Fort is a dashing red sandstone palace built as a capital of Mughals in Agra. It has many attractions inside the fort complex but one room or window attracts the visitors. The room overlooking the river is opening towards Taj Mahal. It is an important place in the complex as Shahjahan was kept imprisoned here by his son Aurangzeb during his last days of life. Shah Jahan used to see Taj Mahal from here whenever he missed his beloved wife. Later, take lunch at the Sheroes Hangout Café (direct payment basis) that is a café run solely by the women who are the survivors of acid attacks. The theme of the café is to encourage acid attack victims to face the world.

Later on, drive towards Delhi. Overnight stay at Hotel in Delhi.

Highlights: Tonga Ride (Horse Cart), Taj Mahal & Agra Fort, Sheroes Hangout Café.

Included meals : Breakfast
Included entrances : Taj Mahal, Tonga Ride, Agra Fort

Day 09 : Depart Delhi

Your Taj, Tiger and Culture tour of India comes to an end here. Now you are transferred to the airport to board flight back to home or next destination. The Group tour of India with Max Holidays comes to an end but you take back home everlasting memories of the journey.

Included Meals: Breakfast

Day 01 : Delhi

Namaste and welcome to the city of an amazing blend of Old and New civilization. Meet the Max Holidays company’s representative at the airport as you arrive to join our India group tour ‘Cultural heritage of India’. Get an assisted transfer to your hotel where you will have a leisurely time till next morning.

Day 02 : Delhi

Kick start your tour this morning with a delicious breakfast in the hotel restaurant. The tour today will start from a drive to New Delhi Railway Station; over here we will take you to a ‘02 hours’ City Walk near New Delhi Railway Station, through the streets of Paharganj and finally to a shelter home. This walk is organised by Salaam Balak Tour Trust to provide shelter to the children who has been harassed, kidnapped and forced to beg or become a child labour who are often found in and around the areas of New Delhi Railway Station. This trust makes them work as tour guides during the 02 hours walk to improve their English skills. So, the tour guide or a child from the streets will accompany you through the walk and will tell you short stories about struggle in their past life. After a remarkable experience of the walk now a Tour Guide of Max Holidays will meet you at a pre-decided place. Moving forward, you will board metro from New Delhi Metro Station to Jama Masjid. At first, you can explore the largest Mosques of India – Jama Masjid. After that enjoy a rickshaw ride (a man driven cart) at Jama Masjid. Later sightseeing of Raj Ghat - built in the memory of Mahatma Gandhi ‘the Father of the Nation’. Later visit the 215 feet tall concrete minaret ‘Qutub Minar’ which was created as the symbol of victory of Mughal emperor Qutub ud Din Aibak over the last Hindu dynasty in Delhi and Bangla Sahib Gurudwara - a Sikh Temple.

Highlights: Salaam Balak Tour, Metro Ride from New Delhi Railway Station to Jama Masjid, Rickshaw Ride, Jama Masjid, Raj Ghat, Qutub Minar, Bangla Sahib Gurudwara.

Day 03 : Delhi to Jaipur (256 KMS)

In the morning after breakfast, you will depart to Jaipur that is the most popular city of the colourful state of Rajasthan. Halt at the middle of the way to have some tea/coffee (on your own) and then continue your drive and enjoy countryside. As you reach Jaipur, you will realise that the sweeping desert has replaced the cityscape. As you enter Jaipur, you will see men and women in colourful costumes, men wearing long moustaches and colourful turbans.

Upon reaching Jaipur, check in at your hotel and then visit the Pink city of Jaipur. Visit Jantar Mantar Observatory & Birla Temple – also known as Lakshmi Narayan Temple. Overnight stay at Hotel in Jaipur.

Day 04 : Jaipur

After spending leisurely night in the hotel, take your breakfast and get ready for an excursion to majestic forts and palace of Rajasthan. Visit Amer Fort palace which is situated on a hill in the Aravalli ranges of Jaipur. Enjoy travelling up the hill on the back of a traditionally decorated friendly elephant from the main entrance of the fort. It is advisable to reach here early to enjoy the elephant ride as it is subject to availability. Visit Diwan-e-Aam, Diwan-e-Khaas, Sheesh Mahal and other beautiful areas of the palace.

Later, drive back to the city and on the way Photo Shoot at the Jal Mahal Palace – built in the Middle of Man Sagar Lake. In the afternoon, enjoy a food walk to the streets of the pink city where you will get to taste 10 different Indian popular street food and if required can provide lunch at the Laxmi Mishthan Bandhar. The walk begins from the famous monument Hawa Mahal to Triploya Bazar, Hanuman Ka Rasta, Gopal Ji Ka Rasta, Johari Bazaar and will conclude at a pre-decided place. Also, you will get an opportunity to taste the traditional food of Rajasthan Dal Baati Churma. Evening free for leisure time or you can take visit to Gaitore Chhatris (No Guide)- Cenotaphs of Kings. This is a Royal cremation ground of the Kachwaha Rajputs. Also, you can visit the Albert Hall (No Guide) – one of the oldest Museums of Rajasthan.

Day 05 : Jaipur to Agra (223 kms)

Today morning, enjoy breakfast in the hotel restaurant and then depart to Agra. Agra was the capital of Mughal empire in India during 16th century. Today Agra has many beautiful monuments reminding us of the great love of Mughals for art, literature and architecture. Enroute sightseeing at Abhaneri Village to see the amazingly crafted Chand Baori Stepwell. While driving to Agra about 30 kms before the city you will find a massive walled city inviting you to pay a visit. This is Fatehpur Sikri, the deserted city today once was the capital of Mughals before they moved to Agra due to lack of water at Fatehpur Sikri. There are many important sites within the city blended with Islamic and Hindu architecture. Enjoy battery van ride to the main entrance of Fatehpur Sikri. Later proceed to Agra, on arrival check in at Hotel. Overnight stay at Hotel in Agra.

Optional visit: An optional visit to the famous show ‘Mohabbat-e-Taj’ can be arranged for an individual or group upon request at an additional price. This is a one-hour stage show (English and Hindi only) based on the life creators of Taj Mahal. The show is available mostly during the winter season time.

Day 06 : Agra-Jhansi Train journey to Orchha (20 KMS)

Wake up early in the morning, enjoy the Tonga ride at a distance from the Taj Mahal, then visit the white marble beauty, the finest monument ever built in the history of love and one of the wonders of the world, Taj Mahal. Standing on the bank of river Yamuna, Taj Mahal invites thousands of travelers every year. After sightseeing of the beautiful Taj Mahal, move back to the hotel for breakfast.

Later on, drive to Agra Railway Station for boarding the air-conditioned tourist train from Agra to Jhansi which will make you come closer to the lifestyle of the country.

Reach Jhansi from where you will be transferred in a private vehicle to the beautiful village of Orchha. On the way to Orchha, it is highly recommended to make a visit to the Taragram Paper factory that is a factory which recycle the waste papers and makes them reusable again in the form of a gift-wrapping paper, etc. On arrival check in at hotel, then sightseeing of Orchha; frozen in time, the medieval city of Madhya Pradesh is dotted with palaces and temples dating back to the Bundela dynasty. The heritage of Orchha still remains its original grandeur. Visit the historic village on the bank of the river and explore the Ram Raja Temple, Jahangir Mahal, Cenotaphs and Palace, Orcha Fort, Chaturbuj Temple. Overnight stay at Hotel in Orchha.

Highlights: Tonga Ride (Horse Cart), Taj Mahal, Ram Raja Temple, Jahangir Mahal, Cenotaphs and Palace, Orchha Fort, Chaturbuj Temple, Taragram Paper Factory

Day 07 : Orchha to Khajuraho (180 KMS)

Morning breakfast at hotel, straight drive towards Khajuraho- the land of Chandelas. World renowned for its fine carved erotic temples dating back to 950 and 1050 CE. Midway take a small stop in any restaurant to refresh yourself.

On arrival check in at hotel and then proceed for sightseeing of Khajuraho visit Eastern and Western of the Kamasutra temples which include many Hindu and Jain temples. The temple complex and especially the western group contain some stunning architecture. The major attractions are the 31-meter-high Kandariya Mahadeo temple, Vishvanatha Temple, Chausath Yogini Temple, Jagdambe Temple and Chitradurga Temple. Enjoy evening free at leisure. Overnight stay at Hotel in Khajuraho.

Day 08 : Khajuraho to Varanasi (By flight)

Morning breakfast at hotel and then later transfer to Khajuraho Airport to board flight for Varanasi. Varanasi is one of the holiest cities in India for Hindu religion. It is also considered to be one of the oldest living cities in the world.

Upon reaching Varanasi meet with Max Holidays staff and drive to your hotel. Later take a rikshaw ride towards the Ghat & from a distance to River Ganges take a short walk to the 'Dashashwamedh Ghat’ (famous bank of Ganges). It is the place where you will witness the grand Ganges aarti in the evening. This magnificent event takes place every evening and people from around the world gather here to enjoy the spiritual atmosphere of this place. Overnight stay at Hotel in Varanasi.

Note: During off season, we shall provide you an overnight train to the Mahoba Railway Station (80 Kms from Khajuraho) to Varanasi as flight does not operate during May, June, July and August month. The train will be in the evening so if you wish you can take some add on trips in Khajuraho like a trip to Panna National Park to enjoy jungle safari, visit to Dam, lunch at Ken River Lodge (A tree house restaurant), visit to local village and see how people live there. Charges will be additional for this add on trips. However, the check-out time from Hotel shall remain same 1200 hrs.

Highlights: A Rickshaw ride towards the River Ganga Ghat in Varanasi, evening grand Ganga Aarti ceremony.

Day 09 : Varanasi

The sacred city of Varanasi wakes up very early in the morning and people get engaged in their day to day activities very early. A visit to the bank of river Ganges in the morning is a good idea to witness the early morning offering on the bank of the river. The bank of the river is dotted with several famous Hindu temples. The popular stretch for the boat ride is from Dashashwamedh Ghat to Manikarnika Ghat. During the ride, you will be explained about the history of the city, its religious significance and special features of various Ghats. As you reach the Manikarnika Ghat, get off the boat and take 45 minutes interesting walk through narrow lanes of Varanasi. You will visit the famous Kashi Vishwanath Temple (Golden Temple), many smile shrines, old houses and lodges for pilgrims. Continue walk towards the flower market and then drive back to your hotel.

Later visit the internationally famed Banaras Hindu University which is spanning across in 1300 acres. Drive through the university campus. Evening free for leisure time.

Optional Visit:
1) Visit to Sarnath temples which are located 10 kms out of Varanasi city. Sarnath is a famous Buddhist site in India where Buddha came to deliver his first sermon.

2) Yoga Tour: Early in the morning at around 05:30 am, a representative will pick up from the hotel and take you to the Tulsi Ghat where you will enjoy the 90 minutes of Yoga Class.

3) Home Cooking Curry with an Indian Family – This will be kind of a different experience for you where you will get to know about Indian Food & Spices. You will be taken to an Indian Family Home where they will brief you about Indian Food Habits and also teach you how to cook Indian Food.

4) Village Tour near 25 kms away from Varanasi Village Lamhi, Village Dasharathi Puri. Here you can enjoy the Cultural essence of Indian Village and see the making of clay pottery – means clay is used for making utensils, decorative pieces, and constructive products like bricks, walls and floor tiles. Even you can see how poultry farming is done, local school children, etc.

Note: When you will be travelling from train during the month of May, June, July and August, the train will reach today in the morning. Once you reach station, transfer shall be provided to your pre-booked hotel. Evening, enjoy grand aarti ceremony on Holy River Ganges. Night stay will be Varanasi.

Highlights: Morning Boat Ride, Kashi Vishwanath Temple, Banaras Hindu University

Day 10 : Fly Home ex Delhi

Morning breakfast at Hotel then transfer to Varanasi Airport to board flight to Delhi. In Delhi take a connecting flight back to home from Indra Gandhi International airport.

Note: For train tour, Day 09 tour Programme shall be given today only. After sightseeing, transfer to Varanasi airport to board flight to Delhi. Onward journey from Delhi towards home or next destination.

What’s Included

Airport Services

Private air conditioned car with driver Company staff for airport assistance


06 nights in handpicked hotels, 02 nights in jungle resort


08 Breakfasts, 02 Lunches, 02 dinners


All ground transport for sightseeing trips

Guides / Escorts

Expert local tour guides for sightseeing tours

Entry Tickets

Monument and museum tickets


Walking tour, Rickshaw ride, Metro ride, Elephant ride, Food Walk, Jungle Safari, Battery Van ride, Tonga Ride.

Other inclusions

Govt. of India taxes and Company service charges

What’s not included


International or domestic flights are not included

Travel insurance

Please carry a valid travel insurance


Visa fee and charges

Other Fees

Video / still camera fees wherever it is applicable


Meals not specified

Personal expenses

Any kind of personal expenses/bills

  • Hotel Yug Villa

    Hotel Yug Villa

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    Fully air-conditioned rooms, LCD TVs, Wifi, Laundry services, In room mini bar, ample parking space, Coffe shop/ restaurant and more

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    Hotel Park Ocean

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  • Shergarh


    Sherpur, Ranthambhore Road | Near Ranthambhore jungle, Sawai Madhopur


    Air conditioned rooms, attached toilets, hot & cold water wi fi, parking, restaurant, travel desk and more....

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    Hotel Taj Villa

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Taj Tiger Culture Tour Accommodation

Accommodation style

A range of our hotel include some carefully selected and handpicked hotels. At Delhi, Agra and Jaipur your stay will be in western style hotels whereas at Jaipur sometimes we offer stay in heritage hotel. At Sawai Madhopur you will be staying in jungle lodge for 02 nights.

At Sawai Madhopur your hotel will be near the national park to have easy accessibility for jungle games.

20 Reviews Write a Review

Edward Greece

27 Feb 2017
"I am really excited to share i could see the real tiger at Ranthambore, just at a distance of 12 feet. It was an experience of the lifetime for me. I and my wife travelled to the place in a group of 16 people. It was an amazing experience to travel in a group"

Milda Pennsylvania, USA

29 Apr 2017
"I have just returned from MY TRIP TIGER SAFARI that was 8 nights 9 day trip. I had a fantastic time travelling to Ranthambore. The trip started from Delhi and all the way from Delhi to Jaipur then to Ranthambore & finally Agra. The best part of the trip was I got to see tigers and Taj Mahal in one trip to India. . From start to finish the service from Max Holidays has been very promising and the moment I arrived i met other fellow companion’s as well. The Max Holidays assistance personal was waiting for all of us and greeted us well. Accommodation and vehicles at every location was good.

The staff at the Shergarh at Ranthambore was especially friendly and the ambience of the resort was lovely. Everything was well organised and we had nothing to worry about, it was ease travelling in a group. Special thanks to the driver and tour guide who was extremely patient, friendly and knowledgeable and went out of his way to make sure we were comfortable.

We look forward to book with you again. "

Clara Ferandes Houston, U.S.

18 December 2014
"Hi Max.
We had a great time and loved India. Even saw tigers in Ranthambore!! All the hotels were great and especially liked the hotel in Ranthambore and Agra. I must say you have a great team; the guides and drivers coordinated very well everywhere and took care of us. We felt very safe being with them. Your tour program was really informative. The two nights in Ranthambore were really a amazing we had all the meals in hotel. The jungle safari was very interesting and we could really see Tigers out there hiding in the bushes. I would also like to thanx Max due to their group tour i made a very good friend.
We had a great time and will definitely use Max Holidays for our next trip to India.
Thanks alot once again!!"

Jo Harrison Juneau

19 December 2014
"The tour Escort was very polite, he did a great job. We all enjoyed very much the Tiger Den in Ranthambore – the environment was very peaceful and beautiful, the food served was very delicious. I must say the tour program was very nicely organised as it covered the main places of India Delhi, Agra & Jaipur, also as per our interest in wildlife Ranthambore. The tour escort and driver manage all the things very nicely in a row and all whole of the group was very happy.
Thanks to the Max Team for their great effort."

Amelia Jones New Zealand

30 Apr 2017
"We had a great trip for Tiger Safari we were 16 people between age group of 18-60 years, everyone highly interested for jungle safari to see tigers. I loved the tour program as it had all i wanted to see. The Old Delhi experience was great we also got to travel in local Delhi Metro, in Agra Taj Mahal was outstanding the guide was knowledgeable and was easy to understand, last but not least the most important part of the trip was to Ranthambore. Guide arranged everything well before leaving for the safari. We did safari two time morning and evening both. We were able to see Tigress and cubs at zone 6 in the morning time. A great thanx to the team of Max Holiday for making our trip memorable."

Facundo, Ruiz Uruguay

01 Mar 2017
"Last year we went on group to Tiger Safari first we tried the dates for October month but no seats were available. So, we booked for the November month me and my wife as she had great interest for tigers. On arrival at the Delhi Airport we met other people which were part of our group. Our guide Mr. Singh kept a check with the jungle people and getting information when we can exactly see the tiger. Somebody told him we can see tigers in the morning and if you are lucky enough then only you will be able to see them. Luckily we were able to see the tigers hiding in the bush in the morning. Our entire trip was good enough the hotels were neat and clean, vehicle was comfortable, most importantly our guide kept all the group members very safe. I loved the traditional food in Jaipur."

Lucia Perdomo New Jersey

27 May 2017
"It was an amazing trip to Ranthambore we all get into the canter to get into the jungle for Safari. The jungle was surrounded by hills from all sides it was beautiful. We did two safaris in the morning i saw tiger chasing a deer and during the evening safari elephants coming on the track. All in all it was great trip with great food & services. Special thanks to Max Holidays for organising such kind of budget small group tours with excellent service. I clicked a lot of photos and made great memories. We would book our trip with you only and suggest to our friends."

Emma Thomas Longueuil, Canada

28 May 2017
"Jungle Safari in Ranthambore is brilliant but there are no guarantees that you will be able to witness tiger, but you can see many other animals, different kinds of birds, etc. In the morning safari at zone 6 i saw tiger but few of my group members missed watching them. So, it was luck to see them. The place is very peaceful and calm with beautiful scenery. May be next year i will travel again."

Juan P Lanton, France

30 Sep 2017
"Firstly we got a view of tiger, but along with tigers there is a lot more to do in these forests. There were lot of other reptiles, birds and other animals around water. Guide along with the driver was helpful and they had the idea of how we can see the tigers and have a good view of jungle. As per the team is considered of Max holidays they coordinated very well with the guide and all the hotels and meals were arranged nicely. I truly want to congratulate you guys have a great team!!"

Frankfurt Hessen, Germany

01 October 2017
"I was not lucky enough to see the tiger but instead we clicked many pictures of interesting birds, Chital, Sambur Deers and langur. The guide explained us about the jungle and activities of the animals. Few of our group members spotted tiger but when i looked up it vanished. I would travel next year again with you guys and i made a friend also in the group from New York. So, we both are gonna book the tour together. Will really miss you guys!!"

Herbert Robinson Villelaure, France

04 Oct 2017
"I am writing here just to express my feelings about how much i enjoyed in India on a Tiger Group tour. I liked the Cantor very much; it was open from the top which made different experience to travel in the jungle. Our stay was very comfortable the only thing we need to get up very early to watch the tiger, but that was also worth it as we got to see the tiger. Yeeeaaah!! The moment became a memorable one we took many pictures. All credit goes to Max Holidays for their effort."

Layrton R Zurich, Switzerland

02 Dec 2017
"Two very different experiences on safaris: - a first in the morning, beautiful, in the middle of a beautiful "jungle" and many animals. Do not miss even if we do not have the chance to see a tiger. Here was a local English speaking guide - a 2nd safari in the afternoon by canter, completely different. Almost no animals but on the other hand we were treated to much more arid fantastic landscapes. Climbing above the reserve, we believed ourselves in the Grand Canyon in America. "

Pier Paolo Hilversum, The Netherlands

05 Dec 2017
"The park is big and you cross the safari through the park in big canter with a guide hoping to see a tiger. We managed to see some footsteps of tiger but what I understand is the chance to see a tiger. We heard many has gone and did not see any tiger. However, you can see very beautiful and unspoilt nature as well as a lot of other animals and birds under safari."

Anna Nina Bologna, Italy

07 Dec 2017
"A great fun for you see so many animals in the jungle and around but we unfortunately have no tigers seen they hide so deep into the forest, but we've seen traces and off and a roar tie everything, but highly recommended."

George Michael Albufeira, Portugal

14 Aug 2017
"Incredible experience. In the morning Safari we could not see tigers, but a great variety of other animals, but in the afternoon Safari we saw two tigers! The guide and the driver who touched us were very good. We loved the experience."

Maria Belen Mariestad, Sweden

18 Sep 2017
"Safaris are like a trip on a chaotic track and it is sometimes quite crowded so quite different from African parks. In two safaris (zone 2 and 4) we saw two tigers very closely and saw a third from a bit far away. We also met people who waited for their third outing to see a tiger. So we were lucky but we are not the only ones. The landscapes of the park are beautiful and very different depending on the area. The park also contains other species especially antelopes and gazelles and peacocks but the drivers and guides do not spend much time on these animals the objective being the tigers .... Conclusion: the sight of a tiger is not guaranteed, but if you're lucky it's superb."

Julie P Madrid, Spain

16 Sep 2017
"We did 2 safaris in small groups, we saw 3 tigers and multiple birds, monkeys, crocodiles, antelopes, the site of Ranthambore is also very beautiful with the ruins of the old castle and this refreshing vegetation."

Patricia F Paris, France

09 Dec 2017
"In the dry period few colors and almost dry lakes. But I saw the tiger with deer coyote bear crocodiles, squirrels, gorgeous peacocks, do not miss the visit to the fortress."

Catherine H Moscow, Russia

10 Dec 2017
"Nevertheless, the park is beautiful and we had a brilliant 3-minute Tigersichtung. The tiger sat down in a water hole and drank. Beautiful sighting. A great tour organised by Max Holiday’s."

Steve Toronto

25 Feb 2017
"Hi Amit, how are you doing... Just arrived home and started missing India. Those 8-9 days were spent very well. The highlight of the trip was trip to Ranthanbore, i am a person fond of Wildlife. Thank you for making such a beautiful itinerary. Keep the good work guys."
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