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Taj,Tiger and Birds

Duration : 09 Nights / 10 Days

Destinations Covered : Delhi / Ranthambore / Bharatpur / Chambal / Agra /
Delhi / Sultanpur

Itinerary for Taj,Tiger and Birds

Day 01 : Arrive Delhi

On arrival met at the airport and transfer to the hotel, overnight stay at hotel.

Day 02 : Delhi - Ranthambore Bharatpur Resort

Early morning we will take you to Okhla Barrage for bird watching here on the exposed mudflats one can expect to see a variety of waterbirds and waders including Little Cormorant, Brown-headed Gull, Black-bellied Tern, Pond Heron, Redwattled Lapwing, Black-winged Stilt, Avocet, White-breasted Kingfisher and many other characteristic Indian species. Great clouds of Black Kites wheel over the city in the afternoon thermals and various other raptors drift across the sky, although sadly the once abundant White-backed Vultures are now very scarce. Passerines round the Okhla Barrage might include several shrike species, Citrine Wagtails, Paddyfield Pipits, mynas and possibly a few warblers in the bushes, after breakfast transfer to the Nizzamudin Railway station time to catch train for Ranthambore,

Arrive Ranthambore in the evening on arrival met at the station and transfer to a wildlife resort.

Dinner and overninght stay at resort.

Day 03 : Delhi to Ranthambhore

Early morning we will take you for a 03 hrs jeep safari into the national park , after breakfast we will take you to nearby places where you can see wide variety of birds, after lunch again we will take you to for a jungle safari into the national park. Overnights stay at hotel.

Days 3 - 4 : Ranthambhore Tiger Reserve Bharatpur Resort

Ranthambore is widely considered to be one of India's most beautiful Tiger reserves. Encircled by a series of high escarpments, the forests, lakes and dry scrub that make up the Reserve are dotted with old forts and temples, creating a wonderful atmosphere for both bird and mammal-viewing. Except Tiger you are able to see variety of other mammals and birds that make the Reserve their home. Common Langurs are abundant, as are both Spotted (Chital) and Sambar Deer; the latter often feeding so far out into the lakes that only their heads show above the water. Nilgai (the largest of India's antelopes) are also fairly common. For the very fortunate there is also a chance of tracking down a Sloth Bear, Leopard, or perhaps a Chinkara Antelope (or Indian Gazelle). Mugger Crocodiles are

common in the lakes and Monitor Lizards are frequently seen around their shores. In addition to the mammals and reptiles, we will see a wonderful diversity of birds. Flocks of Peafowl are on almost constant show, while on the lakes Cotton Pygmy Geese, Bronze-winged and Pheasant-tailed Jacanas are common. The surrounding woodland and grasslands hold such species as Black-rumped Flameback Woodpeckers, Tickell's Blue Flycatcher, Rufous-tailed Finch Lark (an Indian endemic), Painted Spurfowl, Jungle Bush Quail, Small Minivet and Stork-billed Kingfisher. In addition there is also an opportunity to find up to five species of Owl, including Brown Fish Owl, Dusky Eagle Owl and Collared Scops Owl.

Days 5 - 6 : Ranthambore - Bharatpur Bird SanctuaryBharatpur Resort

Early morning transfer to the station time to catch train for Bharatpur, on arrival you will be met by our representative and transfer to the Bharatpur forest lodge, the only lodge located inside the bird sanctuary. Full day bird watching at Bharatpur bird sanctuary . Bharatpur sanctuary is home of diversity of habitats and home of over 350 species of birds have been recorded in the Sanctuary and in just this short visit we are likely to see about 50 of them. Among these will be an unequalled array of wetland species, a great variety of vultures, eagles, falcons and owls, plus numerous small land birds. As well as birds, the Sanctuary has an excellent variety of wild animals. Nilgai (blue bull), Sambar and Spotted Deer, Wild Boar,Asiatic Jackal and two species of mongoose are all common, and this is one of the few places in India where the rare Fishing Cat may be seen.

Overnights stay at Bharatpur forest lodge.

Day 07 - 08 : Bharatpur bird sanctuary - National Chambal Sanctuary Bharatpur Resort

after breakfast drive to Chambal, on arrival check in at Chambal safari lodge, after lunch we will be taking boat rides on the calm and gentle Chambal River, which is the mainstay for all the Sanctuary's wildlife. There is a wide variety of aquatic life here, and among the many highlights that we will be hoping to see on these water-based wildlife-watching trips are: the Gangetic River Dolphin, Marsh Crocodile,Gharial (fish-eating Crocodile), freshwater turtles and River otters.The River Chambal is one of the country's most beautiful and least polluted river systems and the National Chambal

Sanctuary was formed to protect this pristine river ecosystem, complete with its varied flora, aquatic life and avifauna. The areas surrounding the river are a true bird watcher's delight and offer an opportunity to add several species not found at Bharatpur, such as River Tern and the increasingly uncommon Black-bellied Tern, Great Blackheaded Gull and the bizarre Indian Skimmer, often to be found resting on sandbars in mid-river. Other attractions include the beautiful Small Pratincole, the Great Thick-knee and many other waterbirds, including Little and Great Cormorants, Grey Heron, Cattle Egret, Lesser Whistling-duck, the Bar-headed Goose, Ruddy Shelduck, Comb Duck, Gadwall, Eurasian Wigeon, Burmese Spot-billed Duck, Northern Shoveler, Northern Pintail, Eurasian Teal, Red-crested Pochard, Osprey, Common Coot, Black-winged Stilt, Little Ringed and Kentish Plovers, River and Red-wattled Lapwings, Common and Spotted Redshanks, Common Greenshank, Green, Wood and Common Sandpipers, Little and Temminck's Stints, and Pallas's Gull. Other species present in the area include

Black Kite, Steppe Eagle, Indian Peafowl, Rock Dove, Eurasian Collared Dove, Rose-ringed (or Ring-necked) Parakeet, Indian Roller, White-throated and Pied Kingfishers, Sand Lark, Plain Martin, Barn and Wire-tailed Swallows, White, Masked and White-browed Wagtails, Large Grey and Jungle Babblers, Common and Bank Mynas, Black Drongo and House Crow.

Day 09 : Chambal - Agra - Delhi

Morning drive back to Agra, visit the world famous Taj mahal, later you will be transfred to the station to catch train for Delhi. On arrival met at the station and transfer to the hotel, Overnight stay at hotel.

Day 10 : Delhi- Sultanpur - DepartureBharatpur Resort

Monring after breakfast we will take you to sultanpur Bird sanctuary,

Sultanpur sanctuary is home for bird species Common Hoopoe, Paddyfield Pipit, Purple Sunbird, Little Cormorant, Eurasian Thick-knee, Gray Francolin, Black Francolin, Indian Roller, White-throated Kingfisher, Spot-billed Duck, White Ibis, Black-headed Ibis, Painted Stork, Little Egret, Crested Lark, Red-vented Bulbul, Rose-ringed Parakeet, Red-wattled Lapwing, Shikra, Eurasian-collared Dove, Red-collared Dove, Laughing Dove, Spotted Owlet, Rock Pigeon, Magpie Robin, Greater Coucal, Weaver Bird, Bank Myna, Common Myna and Green Bee Eater.

Migratory birds such as Siberian Crane, Greater Flamingo, Ruff, Northern Pintail, Yellow Wagtail, White Wagtail, Rosy Pelican, Eurasian Wigeon, Black-tailed Godwit, Spotted Redshank, Bluethroat and Long-billed Pipit. In summer about 11 species of migratory birds such as Asian Koel, Comb duck, Eurasian Golden Oriole, Black-crowned Night Heron, Blue-cheeked Bee Eater, Blue-tailed Bee Eater and Cuckoos can also be spotted there.

Later transfer to international airport time to catch flight for onward destination.

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