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Destinations Covered : DELHI- CORBETT- DELHI- SARISKA- JAIPUR- RANTHAMBORE - BHARATPUR - AGRA- DELHI
Day 1 :
Arrive Delhi and transfer to your hotel.
Day 2 :
Early departure for 6 hrs drive to Corbett National Park, with afternoon jeep/elephant safari. The park is situated in the northern region, at the foothills of the Himalaya. The forest belt from here along the Terai region is one of the finest habitats of the tiger. Spreading across 521 sq. km. Corbett Park has the river Ramganga weaving its way through it. The flora has a predominance of sal trees and besides being home for the tiger, it also houses leopards, sloth bears, elephants, hog deer, barking deer and other species. The two lesser cats of the park are the attractive leopard and jungle cats. Within the waters of the river live the Gharial and Marsh crocodile. The avifauna includes the startling Grey Jungle Fowl and the Great Pied Hornbill.
Day 3 and 4 :
Full days at in Corbett National park with 2 in park rides.
Day 5 :
Drive back to Delhi and check into Hotel.
Day 6 :
After breakfast we start with a 4 hrs drive to the Sariska National Park and on arrival, check into your hotel. Sariska consists of a mixture of open plains and forest offering good evening/night viewing of Sambar (largest Indian deer), cheetal (spotted deer), nilgai (Indian antelope), blackbuck, leopard, tiger, jungle cat, jackal and hyena. We are also likely to see crocodiles as well as many species of birds. After lunch, we drive inside the Park in jeeps to watch for wildlife in the early evening.
Day 7 :
All day at Sariska with 2 in park visits.
Day 8 :
After breakfast, we depart for a 3 hrs drive to Jaipur, and check into your hotel. On the way, we visit Amber Fort on the outskirts of Jaipur. In the afternoon sightseeing tour to City Palace, Observatory and Museum.
Day 9 :
After breakfast, depart for a 4 hrs drive to Ranthambore (Sawai Madhopur) Tiger Reserve and check into hotel\lodge. Ranthambore is famous for its tigers. As a result of strict preservation, tigers have become more active during the day and are quite unperturbed by human presence, hence it is probably the best park in which to sight one. A large population of panthers, sambar, chinkara, sloth bears and marsh crocodiles provide further features. The park is also very rich in Indian birdlife.
Day 10 and 11 :
Two full days in Ranthambore with two inpark tours.
Day 12 :
Drive for 6 hrs from Ranthambore to the Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary (Ghana National Park) and check into the Hotel\ Lodge. Once the finest wildfowl hunting preserve in North India, Bharatpur is now India’s most outstanding bird sanctuary and plays host to many migrant species from Siberia and China, including the Siberian Crane as well as many terrestrial birds. Large rock pythons can be seen sunning themselves at Python Point.
Day 13 :
Full day programe in the Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary. Bicycles are available for hire to ride on the forest trails.
Day 14 :
4 hrs drive back to Delhi and check into hotel. Afternoon free. OR depart for Agra via Fatehpur Sikri for Taj Mahal visit, overnight in Agra.
Day 15 :
In Delhi with full day city sightseeing OR return from Agra to New Delhi.
Day 16 :
Depart New Delhi.
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