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Wildlife of North India
Duration : 10 Days / 9 Nights
Destination : Delhi,jaipur, Ranthambhore,Udaipur,Jaisalmer,Bharatpur
Day 1. Arrive Delhi
Overnight in Delhi.
Day 2. Delhi / Jaipur
Morning drive to
of Jaipur city visiting the City Palace, Observatory and a Photo-Stop at Hawa Mahal (Palace of Winds). There will also be a leisurely walk in the bazaars for a unique experience.
Day 3. Jaipur / Ranthambore
Morning leave for Ranthambore. Afternoon jungle excursion in the National Park.
Day 4. Ranthambore
Morning and afternoon jungle excursion in the National Park. The park is an oasis of dense dry deciduous forests amidst a vast tract of semi-arid scrub and thorny desert vegetation surrounded by the hills of the Vindhyas and the Aravalis. An ancient fort lies within the park boundaries of Ranthambhore, adding to its charm. Ravines, nallahs, bodies of water and waterfalls add to its beauty and offer many natural hideouts for tigers and other wildlife endemic to this park.
Day 5. Ranthambore
Morning and afternoon jungle excursion in the National Park.
Day 6. Ranthambore / Bharatpur
Morning take 2 hr train for Bharatpur. On arrival transfer to the lodge. Afternoon birding in the bird sanctuary.
Day 7. Bharatpur
Full day birding in the sanctuary. The park is 11 square miles in area; however, over 350 species of birds have been recorded here, with over 120 nesting species. The heronry, one of the best in the world, can have up to eight different species breeding in a single tree. The reserve overflows with huge flocks of birds: painted storks, open-bill storks, white ibis, spoonbills, various egrets, herons, and shags. It was also one of the only two known wintering areas for the endangered Siberian crane
Day 8 . Bharatpur / Agra
Morning birding later leave for Agra, on the way visit Fatehpur Sikri (a city built and later abandoned by Mughalemperor Akbar). Afternoon visit the Red Fort in Agra. Overnight in Agra.
Day 9. Agra
Morning visit the Taj Mahal. Late afternoon we move to
see the rarely visited Itmad-Ud-Daulah's Tomb, often referred to as the "baby Taj". As the sun begins to go down, we will continue along this northern bank of the Yamuna River to a spot directly opposite the Taj known as the Mehtab Bagh (Moonlight Garden). At this beautiful site we will watch the sun go down over the river and the Taj. Overnight in Agra.
Day 10. Agra / Delhi /Departure
Morning free. Late afternoon transfer to Delhi to connect with International flight back home.
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