Arrive into Delhi,Welcome to Vardhman’s ” Rajasthna Bird Tour “!On arrival in Delhi, you will be met and transferred by Vardhman’s representative to your hotel. Relax for a while and later proceed on a city tour of Delhi.
DAY 2 - Delhi - Corbett National Park
Morning drive to Corbett National Park. On the way stop at Ramnagar and look for the fabulous IBISBILL amongst the riverside boulders.Upon arrival, check into your hotel. Later proceed for an afternoon to KOSI riverbanks. Rest of the day at leisure.Jim Corbett National Park used to be just another Himalayan forest until in 1936 it was demarcated as a reserve area by the British Government. Jim Corbett Park is spread over 520 sq kms and is covered with huge stretches of Savannah type grasslands and Sal forests. In 1957 this place was renamed as Jim Corbett National Park from Hailey national Park. It was declared as an almost exclusive Tiger Reserve on 1st April 1973 with the help of World Wildlife Fund. Since the place is situated on the lower Himalayan belt of vegetation, it is an eco-tourism spot too.
DAY 3 - Corbett National Park
Full day free to visit Corbett National Park. Enjoy a full day birding along the riverbanks and in the nearby green area.
DAY 4 - Corbett National Park - Dudhwa National Park
Morning depart from Corbett National Park for Dudhwa National Park. Another sub-Himalayan jungle with many Swamp Deer, Tigers and a variety of birds. On arrival check-in at the forest lodge.Dudhwa National Park: It is stretched in an area across 810 square kilometers. The core area of the park itself is spanned around 650 square Kilometers. Although Dudhwa National Park has a range of animal as well as avian population, the park is famous as a perfect habitat for Swamp deer and Tigers. Dudhwa National Park was declared a national park in the year 1958. In the due course, keeping in mind its importance, it was first converted to a wildlife sanctuary in the year 1977 and was later declared a Project Tiger reserve in the year 1988.
DAY 5 - Dudhwa National Park
Morning and afternoon excursions in the wildlife park.
DAY 6 - Dudhwa National Park - Lucknow
After breakfast at the hotel drive to Lucknow. On arrival at Delhi, you will be transfered to your hotel by our representative. Relax for the remaining part of the day.
DAY 7 - Lucknow
Full day city tour of Lucknow visiting the Chota and Bada Imam Bara (with one of the largest vaunted halls of the world), La Martiniere school. Evening ride a tonga, horse drawn carriage through the Meena bazar.
DAY 8 - Lucknow - Varanasi
Morning depart for varanasi by surface. On arrival check-in at the hotel. Evening free at leisure or optional dance performance at an old mansion on the banks of the river Ganges.
DAY 9 - Varanasi - Khajuraho
Drive early morning to Daswamedh Ghat and take a boat ride (at your own cost) on the sacred river Ganges to see the cremation Ghats and witness the living traditions of one of the world’s oldest and most important religions. (To start at 0500 hrs. for the best lifetime experience). Thousands of faithful come daily to the banks to bathe and pray while in the background, temples and palaces rise in tiers from the water’s edge.Then return for a walk through the cobblestone streets along the banks of “Ganga”.Also visit the Kashi Vishwanath Temple , Gyanvapi Mosque and Benaras Hindu University.Later in the afternoon transfer to the airport to catch flight for Khajuraho. Upon arrival at Khajuraho airport you will be met and transferred to your hotel for an overnight stay.
DAY 10 - Khajuraho - Bandhavgarh
Morning explore the architectural marvels of “the Khajuraho temples” that are famous for their erotic carvings.Later, drive (210 kms.) to Bandhavgarh, a rich grassland jungle with a very high probability of Tiger sighting. On arrival check-in at your hotel. Relax for a while and later enjoy a full day of birding inside the jungle.Bandhavgarh National Park: It is one of the most exotic wildlife destinations in India. An erstwhile game reserve of the royal family of Rewa, Bandhavgarh got recognition as a wildlife park in 1968, when the Maharaja of Rewa bequeathed the park to the Government. Initially the park stretched to 105.40-sq-kms in area, with 25 resident tigers forming its prime attraction. Visiting Bandhavgarh and trailing tigers on Elephant Safari or cutting through the jungle tracks in a jeep (Jeep Safari) promises to give you one of the best wildlife experiences in the state..
DAY 11 - Bandhavgarh
Enjoy birding inside the jungle and on the periphery. Then take a trip to the Bandhavgarh Fort.
Bandhavgarh Fort:The Bandhavgarh Fort is situated in Bandhavgarh in Umaria district of Madhya Pradesh. It is located on the Bandhavgarh hill, rising 811 meters above sea level at the centre of the Bandhavgarh National Park. It is a surrounded by a large number of smaller hills separated by gently sloping valleys. These valleys end in small, swampy meadows, locally known as ‘bohera’.
DAY 12 - Bandhavgarh - Kanha
After breakfast drive to Kanha. Reach in the afternoon and relax at the hotel.
Kanha National Park: A land that inspired Rudyard Kipling to write his classic novel ‘Jungle Book’, the forested areas of Kanha, with their wild thickets of sal and bamboo forests, rolling meadows and dramatic ravines, are home to the Kanha National Park. The Created in 1955, the national park is today the core area of the Kanha Tiger Reserve, which came into being in 1974, under Project Tiger. The Banjar and the Halon valley form the two halves constituting the vast stretches of land that is the Kanha Tiger Reserve.
DAY 13 - Kahna
Enjoy a full day game viewing inside the jungle. Morning and evening excursions to the park for wildlife viewing.
DAY 14 - Kanha - Nagpur - Delhi
Morning transfer to Nagpur airport to board the flight for Delhi. On arrival at Delhi domestic airport transfer to Delghi International airport (through shuttle service available free of cost at the airport) to board your International flight for onward journey with sweet and unforgettable memories of your tour escorted by Vardhman Vacations.