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North East India Wildlife Tour

Kamakhya Temple, Guwahati Tour
Places Covered
Delhi –Guwahti –Manas Tiger Reserve –Nameri National Park – Kaziranga National Park – Dibrugarh - Delhi.  
08 Days / 07 Nights  
North East India Wildlife Tour
  DAY 01

Arrive Guwahati ex-Delhi/ Kolkata 180 km/ 5 hrs
Arrive Guwahati, meeting & assistance upon arrival and transfer to Manas Tiger Reserve, overnight at Bansbari Lodge in the Jungle.
Manas Tiger Reserve - The most scenic park in Asia. A tiger country and a bird's paradise. It is blessed with a beautiful combination of grasslands and woodlands. It is home to the Indian Gaur, elephants, and a large numbers of primates including the almost extinct Golden Langur

  DAY 02

Manas National Park (A World Heritage Sites of India)
Early morning go for an elephant safari. After breakfast, explore the park in an open jeep. In the evening, go for a nature walk in and around the park. Overnight at the lodge.
The park is a paradise for nature lovers. It is a haven for no less than 20 highly endangered species e.g. pygmy hog, Royal Bengal Tigers, Asiatic Elephants, Hornbill, Hispid Hare etc. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, this extremely picturesque park is located at the base of the Bhutan Himalayas.

  DAY 03
Manas National Park - Guwahati 180 kms/5 hrs
After breakfast, drive to Guwahati. In the evening visit Shankerdev Kalashetra. Option to enjoy an Assamese meal.
Guwahati - It is situated on the south bank of river Brahmaputra. It is considered to be the gateway to North East India. Srimanta Shankerdeva Kalashetra - a multi-art complex portrays the rich cultural diversity and life of Assam as well as that of the North-east. This art complex has been named after the greatest Vaishnava saint and the integrator of the Assamese society, which is why it is chosen as the venue for many cultural activities. Overnight at Hotel in Guwahati.
Kamakshya devi Temple,Guwahati
DAY 04

Guwahati - Nameri National Park 220 kms/6 hrs
Drive to Nameri National Park that is famous for its bird-life, specially the White-winged wood duck. Overnight at the Eco-camp (tented accommodation with attached bathrooms) located on the outer fringes of the National Park.
Nameri National Park is located on the banks of the river Bhorelli on the northern side of the Brahmaputra. Situated on the foothills of the great Himalayas, it is another tiger and bison country. Deciduous forests with the river Bhorelli flowing by its side, have added a unique charm to it. A trek inside the forest enables good sighting of the White Winged Wood Duck. Option to go for adventure activities like - white water rafting and angling (golden Mahseer).

DAY 05

Nameri - Kaziranga National Park 100 kms/3 hrs
Early morning, explore Nameri National Park by trekking around the outer fringe of the forest. After lunch, drive on to Kaziranga National Park. Overnight at Bonhabi Lodge.
Kaziranga National Park - a world Heritage Site, is a home to more than 75% of the world's population of the great Indian One Horned Rhinoceros. Kaziranga has a wide variety of fauna and fauna in a unique habitat. Grasslands, mainly comprising of close tangled and thorny rattan cane, elephant grass and tall trees of the evergreen forest are interspersed with numerous water bodies, marshes and shallow pools. The main wildlife besides the Rhino comprise of the Asiatic Water Buffalo, Elephant, Tiger, Leopard, Swamp Deer, Barking Deer, Hog Deer and Sambar. More than 400 species of birds are found in Kaziranga - Swamp Francolin, Khalij, Pheasant, Graylag Goose, Gadwall, Mallard, Northern Shovler, Northern Pintail, Streak Throated Woodpecker, Bay Woodpecker, and Oriental Pied Hornbill, Falconets, Greater Adjutant Stork and a large number of Spotted Billed Pelican. Sighting is excellent and is always a great experience.'Hathi Mahotsav' (Elephant festival) is held every year during the month of January/February.

  DAY 06
Kaziranga National Park, Elephant Safari

Kaziranga National Park
Early morning, go for an elephant safari to the central range of the park followed by a jeep safari after breakfast to the western range of the park. Post lunch; visit the eastern range of the park by jeep. Evening at leisure. Overnight at the lodge.

Amidst a setting of rural Assamese landscape comprising village houses, bamboo groves, paddy fields and tea gardens BonnHabi lodge provides the visitors with a rewarding jungle experience.

  Day 07

Kaziranga National Park - Dibrugarh 240 kms/5 hrs
Early morning with packed breakfast go for a nature trek to Panbari Range - a reserve forest and a natural corridor to the adjoining Karbi Hills. See woodland birds like the Shama, Paradise Flycatcher etc. After lunch, depart for Dibrugarh. En route see the monuments and temples of the Ahom Dynasty at Sivasagar. In the evening enjoy a cultural programme (Bihu) performed by an ethnic dance group on the bungalow lawn. Overnight at the Chang Bungalow.

Sivasagar was once the capital of the Ahom Kings. The Shans who came from Thailand through Northern Myanmar to this area in early 13th century, ruled for 600 years. The Siva Temple, built by the Ahoms, situated here is believed to be the tallest of all existing Hindu temples. The ruins of the Ahom palaces and monuments dot the landscape around this historical town. Centuries, before the arrival of the British, this part of the world was controlled by a number of tribal chieftains.

Bihu is the folk dance of Assam, usually performed in spring. It is a dance performed by the youth, depicting their joys and passions during the spring season

  Day 08

Drive to Dibrugarh Airport / Fly out 14 kms/30 mints
Early mornings go for a tea tour around a tea estate to learn all about tea - its origin, how it is grown, about tea tasting and its quality.

Drive through the greenery of well shaded tea plantations. Spot birds like the Wood Pecker, Golden Oriole, and White breasted Kingfisher, Pied Kingfisher etc. Mostly migratory woodland birds are found in the tea plantations probably because of the dense shade trees. Drive to Dibrugarh Airport at Mohanbari to board flight for onward destination.

Note: Parks of this area remains open from 1st week of November till end of April only.

North East India wildlife Tour

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