Grand Wildlife Tour of India
(45 Days /
the wild beauty of the Indian jungle for six weeks)
Jim Corbett - Rajaji National Park - Delhi - Sariska/Alwar -
Ranthambore - Bharatpur - Agra - Khajuraho - Panna National Park -
Bandhavgarh national park - Kanha National Park - Nagpur - Ahmedabad -
Bhavnagar - Velavadar Nationalpark - Sasan Gir - Bangalore - Nagarhole
National Park - Bandipur National Park - Indira Gandhi National Park -
Periyar National Park - Cochin - Kolkata - Sunderbans - Kolkatta -
Kaziranga National Park - Orang National Park - Manas National Park -
Guwahati - Delhi)
(to view the route of this tour on a Map please click
01. Flight to India (Delhi)
Around midnight arrival in Delhi.
The cosmopolitan City and capital Delhi is the main gateway for
travellers. You are met by an Indo Vacations representative and
transferred to your Hotel.
Delhi - Jim Corbett National Park (about 260 km / 5 hrs)
Today morning having breakfast we drive to
Corbett National Park.
It is the India's first National Park, and designated a Project Tiger
Reserve in the year 1973. In 1957, it was renamed as Corbett National
Park in honour of the late Jim Corbett, the legendary photographer and
author. About 580 species of resident and migratory birds have been
recorded in and around the reserve. Great pied hornbill, Pallas's
fishing eagle, Grey-headed fishing eagle, Red-thighed Falconet are
some of the endangered birds found in Corbett. Other birds found in
this region are Tawny Fish Owl, Great Hornbill, Scaly-bellied
Woodpecker, Red-breasted Parakeet, Himalayan Swiftlet, Stork-billed
Kingfisher and Himalayan Rubythroat. This park has Tigers, Leopards,
Sambars, Chital, Hog Deer, Porcupine, Wild Pigs and Fox.
Day 03. Corbett Nationalpark
Today we have two safaris in the Corbett National Park, in the early
morning and in the afternoon. The Tiger remains the biggest attraction
of the park. You will view various animals like Tigers, Leopards,
Sambars, Chital, Hog Deer, Porcupine, Wild Pigs and Fox. On the route
stop for birding. Here you will view Great slaty woodpecker, Great
hornbill, Puff-throated babbler, White-rumped shama, Pallas fish eagle
Day 04. Jim Corbett - Rajaji National Park (about 130 km / 3 - 4
Today after having breakfast we leave Jim Corbett National Park and
drive to Rajai National Park.
The Rajaji National Park is 820.42 km ˛ in area. It was declared as a
national park in 1983. Previously there were only three forest areas
(Wild Life Sanctuaries), these were named Rajaji (1948), Motichur
(1964) and Chilla (1977). Rajaji National Park comprises grasslands,
forests, different habitats and forest types. About 75% area of this
national park is mountain country. Sal (Shorea robusta or in the local
language "Sheesham") is the most abundant tree species in this
national park. In addition, one finds a mixed forest of bush land,
grassland as in the savannah and water loving vegetation along the
Day 05. Rajaji National Park
Today we have two jungle safari in the Rajaji National Park (morning
and afternoon). Rajaji National Park is home to many wild animals. Our
local experts in Jungle give you further details about the jungle and
forest. Rajaji National Park is famous all over the world due to
elephants. A very large number of elephants are found in the Rajaji
National Park. Other species of mammals in the park are sambar deer,
wild boars, leopards, jackals, bears, barking deer, spotted deer,
monkeys and porcupines and King Cobra. A large number of birds,
peacocks and the Red Jungle Fowls make this park really colorful.
Day 06. Rajaji National Park
- Delhi (about 210 km / 5 hrs)
Today in the morning after having breakfast we drive to Delhi. Arrival
in Delhi and transfer to the hotel. The rest of the day is at leisure.
For those who want to visit Delhi, a visit of the capital of India can
be planned which will be organized at some minimal extra charge.
Day 07. Delhi
Sariska/Alwar (about 170 km / 4 hrs)
Today we leave Delhi and proceed to
Sariska Wildlife Sanctuary,
an area that is located in the Aravalli mountain range and extends
over 479 square kilometers. This natural reserve is part of a project
of the Indian government and was declared as a Tiger Reserve in the
year 1973 by the government of India. In the evening we have jungle
safari in the Sariska National park. There we watch the activities of
Sambars, Chitals, Nilgais, Chausinghas, Jackals, Wild boars, langurs
Day 08. Sariska/Alwar
- Ranthambore (about 210 km / 4-5 hrs)
In the morning we will drive to
to visit the Ranthambore National Park, which is rich in wildlife.
Ranthambore National Park
is a well known tiger reserve under Project Tiger. This national park
is the home of a vast variety of animals. Ranthambore National Park is
surrounded by the Vindhyas and the Aravali mountains and covers an
area of 392 square km. Best time to visit Ranthambore National Park is
from September to April, before the monsoon.
Day 09. Ranthambore
Today we have two jungle safaris in the Ranthambore National Park
(Morning and Afternoon). The only means of transport in the park are
jeeps and Canter. The Tiger remains the biggest attraction of the
Park. To watch the tiger the best time in the morning is between 6.00
am and 9.30 am and in the late afternoon from 3:00 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.
If you are lucky enough today you might have an audience with the
Tiger which are numerous in this park. In this park we will view other
animals like Sambhar, Cheetal, Wild Boar, Leopard, Sloth Bear, Jackal
Day 10. Ranthambore - Bharatpur (about 200 km / 4 hrs)
Today in the early we leave Ranthambore and drive towards Bharatpur to
Keoladeo National Park.
Bharatpur has its fame due to Keoladeo Birds
National Park. Bharatpur was earlier a duck
shooting resort of the Maharaja. In the evening we visit the
Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary. Keoladeo National Park with its 375 species of birds
is one of the best water bird sanctuary in the world. In
winter there are many migratory birds from the northern hemisphere
including the rare Siberian crane. The reserve was once the area where
the maharajas (the great king) do duck hunting at the
time when Rajasthan was a princely State.
Day 11. Bharatpur - Agra (about 60 km / 1˝ hrs)
Today we leave Rajasthan, the biggest state in India and drive through
a series of fields, small towns and villages to
Agra. In the morning
we will visit the
Agra Fort, built by three of the greatest
Mughal emperors. The construction of this massive structure began in
1565 under Akbar's reign and continued till the time of his grandson's
reign, Shah Jahan who built the impressive imperial
quarters and mosque. After the visit of Agra Fort we proceed to visit
the most beautiful monument of India, the
Taj Mahal, an enduring
monument to love, with a continually fulfilling beauty. It was
built by the Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan between 1631-52, as a tomb and
memorial to his beloved wife Mumtaz Mahal (Jewel of the Palace), who
died at the age of 39 giving birth to her 14th
child. We spend enough time at Taj Mahal to take this impressive
memory home. After the visit of Taj Mahal we have a look at the famous
fine marble inlay work which is still being done in Agra
by the descendants of the families of builders and artists of the Taj
Day 12. Agra - Jhansi (by train) Jhansi - Khajuraho (about 175 km / 4
In the morning we drive to the railway station to catch train to
Jhansi. Departure from Agra at 08:55 am and arrival in Jhansi at 12:25
pm. Upon arrival, you will be met by our representative and
later drive to
Khajuraho. Khajuraho was the capital of the Chandela
dynasty. The Chandela Kings claimed descent from the moon. The temples
of Khajuraho are among the finest examples of
temple craftsmanship in the whole of
India. A visit to the temples of Khajuraho is one of the highlights of any trip to India. The temples
are excellent examples of the Indo-Aryan architecture. There
are rows of sculptures, masterpieces of stone carving in the temple.
These temples reflect many aspects of Indian life through the
representation of gods, goddesses, warriors, musicians and
animals in natural reproduction and mythology. The figures of Apsaras,
the sky dancers, can be seen at each temple.
Day 13. Khajuraho - Panna
- Khajuraho (about 85 km / 2 hrs)
Today morning we have sightseeing of Khajuraho, we visit the temple
Eastern Group and
Western Group to see the most beautiful
temples in India. Most famous among them is the
Laxmana Temple, which is dedicated to god Vishnu. The presence of
erotic sculptures in the Temples at Khajuraho is one of the expression
among others of the celebration of all human activities
displaying different aspects of
Hinduism. In the afternoon we have an
excursion to the
Panna National Park. This 540 km2 forest area is
about 60 km east of Khajuraho; This forest area was
declared a National Park in 1981. Panna National Park is in the remote
area and therefore you can still find the unspoiled landscape. After
visiting Panna National Park and a jungle safari we drive
back to Khajuraho, where we have overnight stay.
Day 14. Khajuraho - Bandhavgarh national park (about 230 km / 6 - 7
Today in the morning after having breakfast we drive to
Bandhavgarh National Park. Bandhavgarh National Park is situated amidst the
Vindhyas mountain range in Madhya Pradesh. The famous
white tigers were first found in the Bandhavgarh National Park. The
other wildlife attractions in the park besides Tiger includes Regal
Gaur, the Muntajac, Jungle Cat, Ratel, Porcupine, Rhesus
Macaque, black faced Langur, Nilgai, Chital, Chinkara, Sloth Bear,
Four-horned Antelope, Deer, Striped Hyena, Fox, Jackal, Leopard,
Mongoose and Wild Boar. The deep valleys of hilly Vindhyan
mountains are covered with teak and bamboo forests, open grasslands
and Sal-bamboo and mixed forests offer excellent opportunities for
wildlife and bird watching. The name Bandavgarh comes
from the highest mountain of the area (807 m).
Day 15. Bandhavgarh national park
Today we have two jungle safaris in Bandhavgarh National Park. We
watch the activities of various animals like black faced Langur,
Nilgai, Chital, Chinkara, Sloth Bear, Four-horned Antelope,
Deer, Striped Hyena and Tigers. The park is located in the districts
of Shahdol and Jabalpur in the state of Madhya Pradesh. The park was
founded in 1968 and covers an area of 437 square
kilometers, which is mostly covered with deciduous forest, vast
grasslands and bamboo woods.
Day 16. Bandhavgarh national park - Kanha National Park (about 190 km
/ 6 hrs)
Today in the morning after having breakfast we drive to
Kanha National Park.
Kanha National Park is the largest wildlife sanctuary in Asia and is
one of the first Project Tiger reserves in India. It was founded in
the year 1955 and covers an area of over 940 square km in the two
districts Mandla and Balaghat. Together with a surrounding buffer zone
of 1,067 km˛ and the neighboring 110 km˛ Phen Sanctuary it forms the
Kanha Tiger Reserve.Hundreds of different species of birds and about
twenty-two species of mammals live here between deciduous forests,
savannah grasslands, hills and rivers. Since the establishment of the
park, even the tiger population has doubled.
Day 17. Kanha National Park
Today in the morning we have jeep safari in Kanha National Park and
watch the activities of various animals like Tiger, Barasingha,
Spotted deer, Blackbuck, Porcupine, Grey Langurs, Mongoose, Hyena,
Jungle Cat, Leopard, Nilgai, Gaur, Indian Bison and Wild Pig. Kanha is
famous for its large mammals. The park has a good population of tiger.
In addition, other large carnivore species are available in the park.
Day 18. Kanha National Park - Nagpur (about 260 km / 7 hrs)
Today in the morning after having breakfast we drive to Nagpur. Nagpur
means the city of the snakes. This city is located near the
geographical center of India. Nagpur is known throughout the country
as the "Orange City" as it is a major trading centre for oranges and
the entire region has a climate favourable for large scale cultivation
of oranges. Recently awarded for being the cleanest city of India,
Nagpur is reputed to be the second greenest city in India. In the
evening arrive in Nagpur. Rest of the day free for leisure.
19. Nagpur - Ahmedabad (Flug) Ahmedabad - Bhavnagar (about 175 km / 4
Today you will be transferred to airport for flight to
From Ahmedabad airport we drive straight to
Upon arrival in Bhavnagar you will be transferred to the hotel in
Bhavnagar. Later we drive to Velavadar. Velavadar is also one of the
few places where the wolf is present in large numbers, although it is
rare to spot in daylight. Here we watch large herds of black buck
antelope and one of the world's largest "harrier roosts". After
visiting the park we drive back to Bhavnagar.
Day 20. Bhavnagar - Velavadar Nationalpark - Bhavnagar (about 120
km, 2˝ hrs)
In the morning after having breakfast we enjoy birding at Victoria
Park, Gaurishankar Lake and the coastal marshes near the port. After
lunch, drive to
Velavadar National Park
for the bird watching. Velavadar National Park is located in the
Indian state of Gujarat and covers an area of about 34 square
kilometers. The Grass landscape is flat and open in the majority.
Sirkeer malkoha, painted francolin, chestnut-bellied and spotted
sandgrouse, rufous-tailed, crested and sykes’ larks, red-rumped
swallows, short-toed snake eagle, imperial, steppe, tawny, greater and
lesser spotted eagles, laggar falcon and variable wheatears are the
various birds which can be seen in this park. In the evening, witness
a massive roost of montagu, pallid and marsh harrier. After a safari
in Velavadar Nationalpark, we drive back to Bhavnagar, where we have
Day 21. Bhavnagar - Sasan Gir (about 200 km / 4-5 hrs)
In the morning we drive from Bhavnagar to Sasan Gir. Gir is the last
abode of the Asiatic lion and has a thriving population of Leopard,
Sambar, parrots, monkeys, Chital (spotted deer), Nilgai and Wild boar.
Gir is also one of the major habitats of chousingha (the world’s only
four-horned antelope) and chinkara (Indian gazelle). It covers an area
of 1,400 square kilometers. Best time to visit Sasan Gir is from
October to June.
Day 22. Sasan Gir
In the morning and afternoon enjoy the jungle safari in
Gir National Park.
Changeable hawk eagle, crested serpent eagle, Bonneli’s eagle, shaheen
peregrene falcon, laggar falcon, shikra, painted sandgrouse, quails,
black-hooded and golden oriels, marshall’s and common iora, Asian
paradise flycatcher, tickell’s blue, red-throated, verditer and Asian
brown flycatchers, yellow-crowned, brown-capped pygmy, black-rumped
flameback woodpeckers, green and blue-cheeked bee-eaters, coppersmith
barbet, common, lesser pied and white-throated kingfisher,
blossom-headed parakeet, hoopoe, black, ashy and white-bellied drongos,
rufous treepie, large cuckoo shrike are some of the birds that could
also be seen here. In the evening have a nature walk with a birding
guide to a riverside spot near Gir Birding Lodge. A large variety of
birds especially quails and passerines can be seen in the bushes along
23. Sasan Gir - Diu (about 80 km / 2 hrs) Diu - Bangalore (by air)
Today morning we drive from Sasan Gir to
From Diu we fly to
Upon arrival in Bangalore you will be met by our representative and
transferred to your hotel. The rest of the day is at leisure.
Day 24. Bangalore - Nagarhole (about 220 km / 5-6 hrs)
In the morning we leave Bangalore and drive to
Nagarhole National Park.
The Nagarhole National Park is a jungle reserve in
which is located in the south of India. This National Park is located
between the Western Ghats and the Nilgiri Sub-Cluster and extends over
an area of about 640 km2. The vegetation consists mainly of tropical
forests and shrub-grasslands. The northwestern parts of the reserve
are wetter than the southern areas, where the park is adjacent to the
Bandipur National Park.Its dense deciduous forests are the habitat of
the Tiger, Leopard, Gaur, Elephant, Sambar, Chital, Spotted Deer, Wild
Boar, Langur and about 250 species of birds including the magnificent
Malabar Pied Hornbill and the Great Black Woodpecker. We will enjoy
guided safari of the park. Evening free for leisure.
Day 25. Nagarhole National Park
Today we visit the
Nagarhole National Park.
Two Jungle safari in the Nagarhole National Park are provided by jeep.
This dense forest is home to the tiger, leopard, gaur, elephants,
deer, langurs and over 250 bird species.
Day 26. Nagarhole - Bandipur (about 125 km / 4 hrs)
Today we drive to
Bandipur National Park.
In the afternoon we will visit the wildlife sanctuary in jeeps.
Bandipur National park is one the many reserves located within the
forest belt between the Western Ghats and the Nilgiri Mountains. Most
of these reserves are demarcated more by political boundaries than by
truly physical ones. Bandipur lies in the southern state of Karnataka
and covers a forest area of 865 square kilometers
Day 27. Bandipur National Park
Today we have two Jungle Safaris in Bandipur National Park (Morning
and afternoon). Bandipur was declared a National Park in 1974 and is
one of the original 9 tiger reserves under the watchful eye of
"Project Tiger". Bandipur has a sizeable population of wildlife - The
Royal Bengal Tiger, Elephant, Spotted Deer and Sambar, Gaur and Flying
Squirrel, four horned Antelope, Nilgiri Langur and Sloth Bear. Amongst
the reserve's most prominent animals are its 1900-odd elephants.
Day 28. Bandipur - Indira Gandhi National Park (about 245 km / 7
Today we leave the area of Bandipur and drive to Indira Gandhi
National Park. The Indira Gandhi National Park National Park is
located in the Western Ghats of the state of Tamil Nadu in southern
India. The area of this national park covers the area of Coimbatore
and Tiruppur. The mountains in this region are called as Anaimalais or
elephant mountains. The protected area of Indira Gandhi Wildlife
Reserve (National Park) extends over a total area of 958 square
kilometers. The local population belongs essentially to the Ancients
ethnic groups. These ethnic groups find work as park rangers in
anti-poaching units. After a long drive no Jungle activities are
Day 29. Indira Gandhi National Park
Today we have two Jungle Safaris in the National Park and also other
Jungle Activities. The diverse landscape of the park is reflected in a
very rich fauna. These include the elephant, the Nilgiri, which is
found only in southern India. Other herbivorous are Gaure, sambar
deer, axis deer, Kant Chile, barking deer, and wild boar. Even large
predators such as tigers, sloth bears, leopards, and Asian wild dogs
are found in the park. Smaller predators such as Bengal, Bengalfuchs,
jungle cat, civet cat Little Indian, Indian mongoose,
Halsstreifenmanguste, Otter, Nilgiri langurs, macaques, Hanuman
langurs Civet, soft coated otter, Indian pangolin, hare and bats, the
Indian porcupine, Indian yellow-throated marten and various croissants
and are also found in the park.
Day 30. Indira Gandhi National Park -
Periyar National Park (about 300
km / 8 hrs)
Today we drive to
Periyar National Park
in the State of
This national park covers 800 square kilometers and has various
species. This national park is famous all over India. It is located in
district at the border to
In Periyar National Park. You can watch elephants, bison, antelopes.
Sambhar. Wild boars, monkeys and - if you are lucky - see one of the
very rare Tiger. The park was built around an artificial lake. After a
long drive, the rest of day at leisure.
Day 31. Periyar National Park
We will start our day by having a Boat ride on the lake of Periyar.
The lake of Periyar is the central point of the famous Periyar
National Park. It covers an area of 780 square km and was designated a
part of project Tiger in 1973. After the boat ride we drive through
the Park and observe the activities of Elephants, Bison, Sambar, Wild
Oxen, Wild Boar and Spotted Deer which are common here. Periyar
National Park is home for 1965 flowering plants including 171 grass
species and 143 species of orchids.
Day 32. Periyar National Park - Cochin (about 160 km / 4 hrs)
In the morning after having breakfast drive to
Cochin is the most interesting town in South India at Malabar Coast
and is also known as Venice of South. Cochin is also known as the
Queen of the Arabian Sea. After arrival in Cochi, drive to the hotel.
In the afternoon we have sightseeing of Cochin, we visit
St. Francis church,
the oldest European church in India in which the grave of famous
sailor Vasco da Gama can be visited. After the visit of St. Francis
Church we have a walk through the Jewish area of Mattancherry. In the
evening we enjoy a visit to a school for Kathakali dances and culture.
Day 33. Cochin - Kolkata (by air)
Today we have flight to
Arrival in Kolkata. Upon arrival in Kolkata you will be transferred to
the hotel. Kolkata is the cosmopolitan city and capital of
Kolkata is the largest city of India. Kolkata is an extraordinarily
vibrant and lively city. This city was once the colonial city of
British in India. Today we explore this vibrant and lively city. We
will visit the Victoria Memorial and magnificent buildings in the area
of Chowringhee and Dalhousie Square. We will also visit the
Jain-Temple and the Fort Williams. In the area of Joransanko we have
the opportunity to visit the family house of the famous Indian writer
Day 34. Kolkatta (Calcutta) - Sunderbans (about 106 km / 3˝ hrs)
Today in the morning we leave Kolkata and drive to Basanti Port for
Sundarbans National Park. From Basanti by a motor launch we will move
towards Sunderbans National Park. "Sunderbans" means beautiful tigers.
Sunderbans with their mangrove swamps covering around 2500 square km
in the Ganga Brahmaputra delta spread across
These are the largest estuarine forests in the world. This reserve has
over 200 Bengal tigers, Spotted Deer, Wild Boar, Monkeys, Snakes and
Crocodiles. In the afternoon we reach our eco village. After a short
break we take a walk through the rice fields and also visit the
village of honey collectors and local fishermens and learn about their
local customs and traditions.Then Country boat ride for bird watching
is provided for two to three hours, spotting seven types of
kingfisher, egret, Brahmani eagles, pond heron, black cormorants,
magpie robin, green bee eaters and above all getting introduced to the
lovely mangroves, with surreal creatures like fiddler crabs, mud
skipper fish etc. After sunset we drive back to the hotel, where local
musicians play live music. You will have overnight stay in the mud
huts of Eco Resort.
Note: There is no electricity in the Eco Resort. There is a generator
that supplies electricity on requirement.
Day 35. Sunderbans: Excursion
Today, we organize a boat trip for you from early morning to late
afternoon. We take the boat in the jungle and explore the largest
mangrove forests in the world, which are very rich in flora and fauna
(we have to take permission in advance for this from the concerned
authorities). During the whole day excursions we visit 3 watchtowers,
namely Sajnekhali, Sudhanyakhali and Dobanki. During this cruise
through the small canals and streams we will try to spot various wild
animals such as wild boar, civet, monitor lizards, crocodiles,
dolphins and the Royal Bengal Tiger.
All meals are prepared and served during the trip on the boat. In the
late afternoon we drive back to the eco village. In the evening we
enjoy the fresh air at the eco-village, walking or playing volleyball,
fishing family visit or make a bonfire.
Day 36. Sunderbans - Kolkatta (about 106 km / 3˝ hrs)
Today morning we have a small walk in the village for pictures of
sunrise, mangroves, village and birds, or if you want to explore the
island on wheels then bicycle will be provided to you. At 09:00 am
breakfast is provided and then we proceed to Kolkata. In the afternoon
arrival in Kolkata. Rest of the time free for leisure at the hotel.
Day 37. Kolkatta -
Jorhat (mit flug) Jorhat - Kaziranga National Park
(about 114 km / 3 hrs)
Today in the morning we have flight to Jorhat. From Jorhat airport we
proceed directly to Kaziranga National Park.
Kaziranga National Park is famous due to the presence of
the Indian Rhinoceros. It is probably the best place to see the
endangered Bengal Florican, Swamp Francolin and Greater and Lesser
Adjutant and also the graceful Black-necked stork. There is good
population of Pallas and Grey-headed Fish Eagles as well as Pied
Harrier. In the afternoon we enjoy a jungle safari in the central area
of the park where we are on the search for the Rhinoceros unicornis.
This type of Rhinocerus is now almost extinct.
Day 38. Kaziranga National Park
Kaziranga National Park is located in the state of
Assam in the landscape of Karbi Anglong Hills in northeast
India. The park has an area of 430 square kilometers and consists of
high grasslands, forests and wetlands. The core area of Kaziranga is
placed under protection since January 3, 1908 and was extended again
and again to a few square kilometers. Since 1985, the Park is a World
Heritage Site by UNESCO. We take a jungle safari in Kaziranga National
Park on back of elephant (subject to availability of elephant). In the
morning and afternoon we have a jeep safari to the western and eastern
part of the park. Wild animals that live in Kaziranga include the
Asian elephant, Indian rhinoceros, the Bengal Tiger, wild water
buffalo, the Goldlangur, the wild boar of the prongs deer, barking
deer, hog deer, the sambar, the Gaur and the Asiatic wild dog. Even
the gange dolphin can be found here.
You will enjoy the whole day watching the birds in Kaziranga National
Day 39. Kaziranga National Park - Orang National Park (about 115 km
/ 3 hrs)
Today we leave Kaziranga National Park and proceed to Orang National
Park. The Orang National Park lies on the north bank of the
Brahmaputra River in the Darrang and Sonitpur districts of Assam in
India and covers an area of 78.81 square miles (30.43 km ˛). It was
established as a sanctuary in 1985 and declared a national park in the
year 13 April 1999. This national park is also known as the mini
Kaziranga National Park, since the two parks have a similar landscape
made up of marshes, streams and meadows and both national parks are
famous because they are inhabited by the Indian rhinoceros The park
has a rich flora and fauna. Dwarf pigs, elephants, wild buffaloes and
tigers are also found in the park.
Day 40. Orang National Park
Today we take two jungle safaris in Orang National Park (Morning and
Afternoon). Orang National Park contains significant population of
several species of mammals. Great Indian Rhinoceros are the prominent
species of the National Park. Other species of the park are Royal
Bengal tiger (Panthera tigris, Asian elephant, dwarf Hog, hog deer and
wild boar, Pygmy Hog (a type of wild boar). Some mammals of the park
are the blind Ganges River Dolphin, Indian Pangolin, Hog Deer (Axis
porcinus), rhesus Macaque, Bengal porcupine, Indian fox, small Indian
civet, Otter, Leopard cat (Prionailurus bengalensis) and jungle Cat (Felis
Day 41. Orang National Park - Manas National Park (about 165 km / 4
Today in the morning we drive to Manas National Park. The Manas
National Park is located in the Indian state of Assam at the foothills
The Manas National Park is one of the India's most magnificent
national park and a well known World heritage site. It was declared as
a UNESCO World Heritage Site in the year 1985 covers an area of 50,000
Day 42. Manas National Park
Today in the early morning we have an elephant safari in the park.
This park has a very rich animal and bird life. India's second largest
tiger population is found in Manas National Park.
Other inhabitants of Manas National Park are: elephants, rhinos, swamp
deer, gaur and other species such as the clouded leopard, Asian golden
cat, front Indian pangolin (also known as pine cones Animal), Cat
fish, jerk pork and Leopard. About 450 species of birds are found in
Manas National Park, among the bird species hornbill and the beard are
the Black Stars. During the day we take a jeep safari and visit a
village of the local tribe "Bodo"
43. Manas National Park - Guwahati (about 125 km / 3 - 4 hrs)
Today morning we drive to
city lies on the River Brahmaputra, right on the foothills of the
Shillong plateau. Guwahati is the largest city in the state. The main
languages spoken are Assamese (Asamiya) and Bengali (Bengali) along
with numerous small languages of the Tibeto-language family
birmanischen. Today we have half day sightseeing in Guwahati. We visit
the small town small town named Hajo which is located about 30 km from
Guwahati. It is an ancient pilgrimage center and has many temples,
five of which are very old and the attraction for the pilgrims. Hindu
and Buddhist pilgrims come to this place. Then we visit the
Haigriv-Madhav Temple, Haigriv-Madhav Temple, which was built by King
Raghudeva Narayan in 1583. It is situated on Monikut Hill and is
accessible via a long staircase that leads up to it. At the end of the
stairs you will find an ornate gate in the Mughal style. In this
temple, as the Buddhists believe
had attained his salvation (Nirvana). The statue of Krishna Madhav
incarnation of the temple is already 6,000 years old. There is also a
center of pilgrimage for Muslims (Hajo Powa Mecca) and other Hindu
Day 44. Guwahati - Delhi (by air)
Today we have flight from Guwahati to Delhi. The rest of the day is at
leisure or if you want to visit other places in Delhi then you may
visit at minimal additional costs.
Day 45. Flight to Home Destination
Around midnight flight back to home destination.
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