Dudhwa and Corbett
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Billy Arjan Singh - a prince turned conservationist
More than 500
key bird species
More than 500 species of birds at any given time
Delhi – Corbett – Dudhwa – Kishanpur – Katarniaghat – Luckhnow – Delhi
Day 01 and 02
Arrive Delhi and on Day 02 experience past present future. Eat street food and relish Mughlai cuisine. Enjoy the freshness of the ridge and breathe the spices of Khari Baoli in old Delhi which is the largest marketplace in Asia. If you land in winters then don’t forget to watch the migratory birds which make Delhi zoo and Okhla wildlife Sanctuary their home. Walking on the roads of Chandni Chowk would make you forget everything about you. You would be overwhelmed by frenzy of its colors, variety and its charm. You would surely encounter captivating sights and sounds this city makes. Enjoy Rickshaw ride and enjoy how rider makes the negotiation every second to get you faster to your destination.
This day proceed to Corbett National Park on arrival check in at hotel after freshen up ready for another joy ride in the national park to see the panoramic view which has witness highest growth rate in the population of Tigers in India, later return to hotel for overnight stay.
Gear up for an enthralling tour of the wilds at Corbett where you will proceed towards Dhikala by Canter also visiting Corbett Museum on the way. After this safari guests will be safely transferred to their hotel for overnight stay.
Morning after breakfast drive to Dudhwa national park 310 kms /5-6 hrs drive. On arrival check into hotel. Feel welcomed at the terai’s one more offering – Dudhwa
Dudhwa is located in the state which has extremely fertile Indo-Gangetic plains, perhaps the most fertile land in the world, and also the most densely populated region of the world. Unarguably the best forests of ‘Sal’ tree in the world is Dudhwa. Lot of Sal trees here are over 150 years old, and over 100 feet. And unlike, Corbett, Bandhavgarh and Tadoba which are rated as the Superstar park.
Morning another game drive to the national park and afternoon visit Kishanpur sanctuary.
Dudhwa is an unexplored paradise. It is not a park for just a Tiger lover, or just a wildlife photographer, but if you love nature, you will enjoy Dudhwa. The bio-diversity of this park is unparalleled. Home to practically half of the world’s Barasingha population, it also houses many Tigers, Wild Elephants, Rhinos, Crocodiles breeding population of Gharials, and over 450 birds.
Morning drive to Katerniaghat 110 kms /2 hrs drive. Boat ride at Katerniaghat so see Gangetic Dolphin, Gharial, crocodile and birds. Overnight in forest guest house in Katerniaghat or in Dudhwa
Proceed to Lucknow on arrival check into a hotel. After a brief leisure move out for the sightseeing tour of Lucknow, the city of the Nawabs and Begums built in Islamic architecture. The places to visit are Bera Imambara, Chota Imambara and the Amina Bazaar. Overnight stay will be at hotel.