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India-the land of diversity. There are rich variety of its topographical regions, climates, religions and wildlife. There are many worlds best wildlife Conservations and wildlife Birds sanctuaries. The rich variety of Indian and migrated birds and animals, shrubs and trees. These sanctuaries are located in the pleasant and quite calm that's very holiday maker prefer. The wildlife resorts and lodges within the wildlife conservation's circumferences get real experience of wildlife like tiger, wild boar, wild elephant, chital and much more. Explore all these with our Wildlife Tour Package.
Kolkata - Simlipal - Kolkata - Sunderban - Kolkata - Gorumara - Sandakphu
-Lava - Kolkata
Day 1: Depart for Kolkata
Day 2: Kolkata
Arrive Calcutta. Met on arrival at the visitor's lounge and transferred to The Park for two nights.
A Government approved five-star hotel, The Park is located on the Park Street
at the heart of the city, 2 kms from the Victoria Memorial, 15 kms from the
airport, and 5 kms from the railway station. This centrally air-conditioned
hotel has a swimming pool, shopping arcade and a health club. The hotel has
three restaurants and a bar. The restaurants offer Indian and Continental
food. Each air-conditioned bedroom has a telephone and a private bathroom
with bath and/or shower and toilet. Each deluxe room has a Jacuzzi facility.
Kolkata is a city of glaring contrasts: a curious blend of the old and the new, partly feudal, partly born out of growing urbanization, partly un-definable. It is a medley of the east and the west, a graft of a European city imposed on the Asian scape that gives Calcutta its bewildering charm, confusion and excitement. Being just about 300 years old, Calcutta hardly has many great historical monuments. Perhaps, the oldest remembered is the site where the Kalighat Temple now stands. Today Calcutta is the largest city in India with a population over 10 million and boasts of India's first ever Metro rail system. It is a city that shocks on first impression but eventually the visitor falls in love with it.
Later in the day we will have a sightseeing tour of the 'City of Joy'. Evening proceed for a Ferry Boat tour on the river Ganges.
Day 2: Kolkata
This morning we will proceed for some semi-urban bird watching in the suburbs
of Kolkata. We expect to see the Fulvous-Breasted Woodpecker, Black-Rumped
Flameback, Lineated Barbet, Coppersmith Barbet, Blue-Throated Barbet, Common
Hoopoe, Stork-Billed Kingfisher, White-Throated Kingfisher, Common Kingfisher,
Green Bee-Eater, Greater Coucal, Rose Ringed Parakeet, House Swift, Spotted
Owlet, Eurasian Collared Dove, Yellow-footed Green Pigeon, White Breasted
Waterhen, Bronze-Winged Jacana, Painted Snipe, Shikra, Indian Pond Heron,
Black and Bronze Drongo, Monarch Flycatcher, Red-Breasted Flycatcher, Orange
Headed Thrush, Black Hooded Oriole and more.
Evening will be free to explore the city and its environs.
Day 3: Kolkata - Simlipal
Morning we will proceed for a ferry tour on the river Ganges. Later in the day we will proceed for the railway station in time to connect to our train (Jan Shatabdi Express;1405:1742) to Balasore. Met on arrival and transferred to Simlipal National Park. On arrival we will check-in to the forest rest house for three nights.
Day 4: Simlipal
Simlipal is in the centre of Mayurbhanj district of Orissa; it is -one of the 18 tiger reserves of India. This reserved forest was declared a sanctuary in 1979. Similipal is a representative ecosystem under Mahanadian Biogeographic Region. Its floral and faunal composition has some similarities with elements from the Western Ghats and Northeast India.
The reserve is also home to some beautiful waterfalls and valleys like the Barehipaani (399 mtrs) and Chahala, which offers a panoramic view of the forest.
The protected environment of the park has provided shelter to 42 species of mammals. 242 species of birds can be seen in these forests. Red Jungle Fowl, Hill Mynah, Peafowl, Alexandrine Parakeet, Crested Serpent Eagle are common. The Grey Hornbill, Indian Pied Hornbill, Malabar Pied Hornbill and Indian Trogon are also found in the reserve. Apart from the large number of mammals and bird species, the park has a population of 30 species of reptiles, which includes snakes and turtles. The Mugger management program has helped the Mugger crocodile to survive and flourish on the banks of river Khairi.
Morning and afternoon you will go for the open-topped jeep safari to the Simlipal National Park
Day 5: Simlipal
Morning and afternoon you will go for the open-topped jeep safari to the Simlipal National Park.
Day 6: Simlipal - Kolkata
Today morning we will proceed to Balasore to connect to our train to Kolkata
(Jan Shatabdi Express; 0915:1325). Met on arrival and transferred to our hotel
for wash and change. Later we will proceed to Sonakhali to be on-board on
our semi-luxury boat to Sunderban Tiger Reserve for three nights.
The Sunderbans, extending over an area of 1,000,000 hectares, is the world's largest delta, formed by the Ganges, Brahmaputra and Meghna rivers. The region has extensive mangrove forests and the contours are in a constant state of flux, caused by the monsoon flooding each year. Roughly a third of the delta is water, consisting of rivers, channels and tidal creeks up to 8 kilometers wide.
The area of the Reserve is 2585 sq. km., covering land area of 1600 sq. km. and the water body occupying over 985 sq. km. Within this area, 1330.12 sq. km. is designated as core area, which was subsequently declared as Sundarbans National Park in 1984. The entire Sundarbans area was declared as Biosphere Reserve in 1989.
The main attractions of the Sunderbans are the Tiger, large reptiles like the Monitor Lizard, Estuarine Crocodile the Olive Ridley Turtle, and the Indian Python.
Here we will see the Black Capped, White Collared, Stork Billed, Brown Winged, Common and Pied Kingfisher. Other birds include the Scarlet Flowerpecker, Mangrove Whistler, Grey and Purple heron, Asian Openbill, Little Green Heron, Forest wagtail, Asian Paradise Flycatcher, Loten's and Purple Rumped Sundird. Afternoon we will visit Sajnekhali watchtower. From the watchtower we will try to catch a glimpse of the elusive Tiger. Other mammals expected are the Chital, Wild Boar and the Rhesus Macaque. Overnight at boat.
Day 6: Sunderban Tiger Reserve
Today morning we will cruise to Sajnekhali Watch-Tower. From here we will
have a panoramic view of the forest and a view of some of the creeks and water
holes of Sunderban. We can expect to see some mammals from the tower. After
spending some time on the watch tower we will anchor for the day. Evening
at leisure on the boat. Overnight you will be at the boat.
Day 7: Sunderban Tiger Reserve
This morning we will be birding from the boat. Our efforts will be primarily focused on seeing the Goliath Heron the largest heron in the world. Later in the morning we will cruise to Bagna and Burir Dabri watchtower to try for mammals sighting form the boat.
Evening local cultural show in village Bali. Cruise back to anchoring point. Overnight we will be at the boat.
Day 8: Sunderban Tiger Reserve -Kolkata
Morning we will go for creeks cruise by manually oared country boat for about an hour. We will see the highly endemic mangrove flora from close quarters and also hope to see the Salt Water Crocodile and the Water Monitor. If we are lucky we may catch a glimpse of the Indian Rock Python or some other snake. Later in the morning cruise to Dobanki and Netidhobani watchtower to sight wildlife. Cruise back to Sonakhali. Upon arrival at Sonakhali jetty you will be transferred to the car for surface transfer to Kolkata. On arrival we will be met and transferred to our hotel The Park for over-night stay.
Day 9: Kolkata - Gorumara National Park
Today morning we will fly to Bagdogra (9W617; 1220:1320). Met on arrival and transfer by road to Gorumara Jungle Camp (75 kms; 2 hrs) in Gorumara National Park for two nights. Gorumara Jungle Camp is an old saw-mill which was closed down due to the decline in the timber industry, now converted into an 'eco-tourist' lodge which provides a new source of income for the local villagers. We will proceed for a walk to try and see some of the species of birds Some of the more interesting sightings may be of Red Junglefowl, Green-billed Malkoha, Vernal Hanging Parrot, Red-breasted Parakeets, White-rumped Needletails, Large-tailed Nightjar and Savanna Nightjar, Ashy Wood Pigeons, Green Imperial Pigeon, Yellow-footed and Pin-tailed Green Pigeons White-rumped Vultures, Collared Falconet, Black Storks, Lesser Adjutants, Long-tailed Broadbills, Maroon Orioles and Black-winged Cuckooshrike, Short-billed Minivet, Scarlet Minivet, eight species of drongos including Crow-billed and both Lesser and Greater Racket-tailed, Large Woodshrikes, Plain-backed Thrush, Tickell's Thrush and Grey-winged Blackbird, Little Pied Flycatcher, Rufous-bellied Niltava, Black-backed Forktail, Hill Myna, Black-crested Bulbul. Evening at leisure. Overnight at Camp.
Day 10: Gorumara National Park
Morning you will go for the open-topped jeep safari to the core area of Gorumara national Park Afternoon we will proceed to the near-by Chapramari Wildlife Sanctuary for similar safari. We expect to see the Large Cuckooshrike, Yellow-bellied Fantail, Sapphire and Pale-chinned Flycatchers, Small Niltava. We also will se mammals like the One Horned Indian Rhinocerus, the Indian Bison or Gaur, Leopard, Jungle Cat, Chital, and the Indian Elephant. Over-night at Camp.
Day 11: Gorumara - Loleygaon
Today morning we will do some birding at the Mahakal trail in Gorumara. Later we will proceed to Loleygaon. On arrival we will check-in to the Loleygaon Tourist Centre. Later in the afternoon we will be birding at Loleygaon
Day 12: Loleygaon - Rishyap
Today morning we will be birding at Loleygaon. Later we will drive to Rishyap. On arrival we will check-in for over-night stay. Later in the afternoon we will be birding in Rishyap.
Today morning we will proceed to Neora Valley National Park for a full day birding in the core area. Here we will try for birds like the Wood Owl, Speckled and Ashy Wood Pigeon, Eurasian Sparrow hawk, Northern Goshawk, Black and Mountain Hawk Eagle, Steppe Eagles, Grey-chinned Minivet, Chestnut-bellied Rock Thrush, Plain-backed Thrush, Dark-throated Thrush, Orange-flanked and White-browed Bush Robins, White-tailed Robins
Hill Mynas Yellow-cheeked, Yellow-browed and Fire-capped Tits, Striated and Black Bulbul, Yellowish-bellied Bush Warbler, Buff-barred, Ashy-throated, Eastern Crowned, Blyth's Leaf, Golden-spectacled, Grey-hooded, Chestnut-crowned and Black-faced Warbler, Striated, Scaly, Black-faced and Chestnut-crowned Laughingthrush, Streak-breasted Scimitar Babbler, both Pygmy and Rufous-throated Wren Babblers, Rufous-capped and Golden Babbler, Black-headed and White-browed Shrike Babbler, Rusty-fronted and Hoary-throated Barwing, Chestnut- and Red-tailed Minla, Golden-breasted, Rufous winged and White-browed Fulvetta, Whiskered, Stripe-throated and Rufous-vented Yuhina, Black-throated Parrotbill, Yellow-vented Flowerpecker, Yellow-vented and Fire-breasted Flowerpecker, Mrs's Gould's Sunbirds, Little and Streaked Spiderhunters Dark-breasted and Dark-rumped Rosefinch, White-winged Grosbeaks Overnight at Rishyap.
Day 14: Rishyap - Darjeeling
Today morning we will be birding near Lava. Later we will drive to Darjeeling. On arrival we will check-in at Hotel Mayfair. After freshening up we will proceed for birding around the Darjeeling Zoo area. Overnight at hotel.
Day15: Darjeeling - Sandakphu
Today morning we will drive to Manebhanjang for birding. Later we will drive to Sandakphu (3636m) summit; birding at different spots en-route. We will try for birds like the White-throated Redstart, Blue-fronted Redstarts, White-collared Blackbird, Eurasian Griffons, Slender-billed Vulture, Ring-tail Hen Harrier Steppe Eagle, Golden Eagle, Yellow-billed Blue Magpie, Nutcracker, Mistle Thrush, Eurasian Treecreepers and Winter Wrens, Blue-winged Laughingthrush Black-faced and Chestnut-crowned, White-browed and Black-eared Shrike Babblers, Hoary-throated Barwing, Golden breasted Fulvetta, Fulvous Parrotbill, Rufous-breasted Accentor, Plain Mountain Finch, Dark-breasted, Dark-rumped, White-browed and Beautiful Rosefinch,On arrival we will check-in to our resort. Later we will be birding in this area. Overnight at resort.
Day16: Sandakphu - Tonglu
Today morning we will be birding around the summit area along with enjoying the Sunrise view of Kanchenjonga and Everest. Later we will drive down to Tunling stopping frequently at Garibas and other places en-route.On arrival we will check-in for over-night stay at Tungling.
Day17: Tonglu - Kolkata
Today morning we will drive back to Bagdogra to connect to our flight to Kolkata. Met on arrival and transferred to our hotel The Park for over-night stay.
Day18: Kolkata - London
Today morning we will proceed for our onward journey from Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose International Airport, Kolkata.