Manfred and Dorothee

we have well arrived at Germany, but we often remember the facinating days at Indian National Parks: Tadoba was very exciting because of the tigress with the three cups and the lot of spotted deers, sambars, wild pigs and birds, not to forget the great hosbility and delightful meals at Svasara Resort. At Pench National Park we saw one tiger from elephant back, two leopards, a lot of spotted deers, sambars and an extensive variety of birds. Also Americans with big lenses have been there to take pictures of these birds. We spent two nice days at Tuli Resort and enjoyed the very polite staff and the very interested good naturalist and driver.
Next highlight was the Chitvan Jungle Lodge with a competant, polite GM, an excellent cook and a very polite staff. Here, at Kanha National Park, we had very good drivers and naturalists. We could watch one leopard and three magnificent tigers. Also gaurs, barasinghas, sambars, spotted deers and birds we could see there. One evening dancers visited the Chitvan Jungle Lodge and it was very interesting to see their dances. At Bandhavgarh National Park we had a naturalist with a feeling for tigers. He could show us five of them. There we also saw a jungle cat, one leguan and a jackal killing a hanuman langur. The management  of Tiger Den was always on duty. Food was o.k. But it was a very terrible road to reach Gate 2 of Bandhavgarh National Park. Our last destination were the temples of Khajuraho. It was very interesting to see this historical monuments. We got a very good guide there and service and food at Hotel Clarks were also o.k. Last but not least, I will not forget to mention, that on our ways between the different National Parks we always had excellent and safe drivers. Many thanks to Mr. Vinod of Babita Tour & Travels for this well organized tour from March 29 to April 12  in 2012. 
Please accept our sincere thanks for all your help and support during the beginning  of our voyage.
We also told DUMA of this wonderful tour. 
Best wishes from Germany, dear Vinod, and good luck for you and your family!