Wildlife Himalayas

Himalayan BulbulAll life is deemed sacred each creature has its place and function in “Nature’s mosaic”

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  1. Rajaji national park
  2. Nanda Devi National Park
  3. Jim Corbett National Park

 

Rajaji national park

Rajaji national parkSituated on the edge of the Dehradun valley, Chila is a place 20 kms far from Rishikesh and 32 kms. Circle (road) in park. The Rajaji national park was established in 1966 and covers an area of about 820 sq. kms. The park offers exciting opportunities of viewing the wild in there natural habitat. The wildlife here includes elephant, tiger, panther, bear, chital, sambar, wild boar, kakar, python, monitor lizard and a large variety of avian fauna. From 15th June to 15th November the park remains closed.

Distance 20 kms. from Rishikesh by Jeap and 35 kms. inside the park by jeap or elephant safari app. 6 kms.
Trip duration 4-6  hours.

Day 1: Arrive at Camp

Early morning depart from the Delhi and after Five hour drive reach to Haridwar. Follow the way map for the Camp King elephant, in the way do try to spot various wild birds, peacocks with dancing feathers, deers, cheetals and many others, On arrival welcome drink and lunch. after so much thrills your body must take rest , in the evening after Tea, take an Evening Jungle Walk. Dinner at Night. Now wait for the Real Jungle : many wild animals may walk away nearby to your Camp King Elephant and you may get the glimpse of Leopard, Panthers, Boars, Jackals Etc. many other wild animals without the fences.

Day 2: Jungle Safaris, Trek to Vindhyavasini
Wake up in the morning and take a morning walk in the jungle, after breakfast now get set ready of Nature Safari and Elephant Ride (Elephant Ride subject to availability) total trek 34 K.M., Lunch in the afternoon and then become Self Guided Bird Watcher and try to count how many birds you can recognize (suggestion ask our team member to help you). After evening tea a short trek to Vindhyavasini Temple (It provide you breathtaking view of Rajaji National Park from a good height) and In the night Dinner and gossip with pals with zooming on the wild animals who went out in the night.

Day 3: Good Bye
Wake up in the morning and after Break Fast, Good Bye from our staff.

 

Nanda Devi National Park

Nanda Devi National ParkSir Edmund Hillary, in his autobiography, has described that the “Nanda Devi Sanctuary is God-gifted wilderness-India’s-training ground for adventure”…… 

The Nanda Devi national park has a unique combination of flora and fauna. It is spread over 630 sq. kms. Of area in the vicinity of Nanda Devi peak (7816 mts.) India’s second highest mountain. This park was established in 1980.

The natural sanctuary was first entered in 1934 by British mountaineers, Eric Shipton and Bill Tilman. Apart from tilman successful attempt on Nanda Devi in 1936 the area remained virtually undisturbed until the 1950 when there was an increase in the climbing and trekking expeditions into the area. The faunal species include snow leopard, brown and Himalayan black bears, bharal, Himalayan tahr, serow, monal and chir pheasants. The best time to visit is May to October.

Distance 300 kms. from Rishikesh by road. Then trekking 4-6 kms. everyday till 4-5 days.
Trip duration 6-7 days.

Approach
From Rishikesh to Joshimath is a 253 km drive followed by a further drive of 25 km to the road head at Lata village where the trek begins.
Visiting Season
The park will remain open for a period of six months from 1st May and close on 31st October.
Visitor’s number and movement
The visitors will move in groups. Each group will consist of maximum of five visitors. Not more than two groups are permitted in one day and not more than four groups will be permitted in one week. One registered guide will accompany every five visitors. Visitors only above 14 years will be allowed to go inside the park. It will be mandatory for all the tourists to obey and observe all the provisions of wildlife protection act inside the park area.
Medical fitness
However, since the terrain is hilly and arduous, a visitor should get himself medically checked and should take all precautionary measures on his own. There is no provision of any rescue and succor at present and Garhwal Mandal Vikas Nigam management will not be responsible for any mishap.

 

Corbett National Park

Corbett National ParkThis Park is spread over an area of 520 sq. kms. along of the Ramganga river. The dense Sal forests and the tall grassy meadows make it one of the richest areas of northern India for the habitation of the big mammals. This park is established in 1936 by the then Governor Sir Malcolm Hailey. Project tiger was launched with the help of world wildlife fund on April 1973, making the Corbett park a haven for the tigers. The lake in the park attracts a large number of species of water birds. From 15th June to 15th November the park remains closed.

The tiger is the biggest attraction of this park. Other carnivores include the leopard, elephant, bear, hog, sambar deer, muntjac and fox. The park has more then 300 species of birds. The common birds seen here are ducks, snipe, egrets, herons, spotted eagle, harrier, woodpecker, darter, cormorants and thrushes.

Distance 300 kms. from Rishikesh by road. App. 6 hours in park by jeap safari.
Trip duration 3-4 days.

Elephant Safari at Corbett National Park

Duration: 5 Nights / 6 Days
Destinations Covered : Delhi - Corbett - Delhi


Day - 1 -- » Delhi - Corbett National Park
Depart early from New Delhi to arrive for lunch at the wildlife resort. Take a nature walk accompanied by a naturalist, along the Kosi River. This area is a bird watcher's paradise. In the evening watch a slide show on the flora & fauna present in the Corbett area.

Day - 2 -- » Corbett National Park
Jeep Safari in Corbett National Park for tiger tracking. Drive along the Ramganga, to look for some fish-eating Gharial and Marsh Crocodiles. If you are lucky enough, you will possibly see the some species of Kingfishers, Pallas & Himalayan Greyheaded Fishing Eagles, Osprey, Crested Serpent Eagle and of course the Mammalia. Later on arrive at Dhikala, where the natural setting will take your breath away. Have lunch and rest for while, enjoying the panoramic view of the grassland area and its abundant wildlife. The elephant ride from Dhikala provides the opportunity get a close view of the Himalayan wildlife. Jeep ride back to the lodge for overnight stay.

Day - 3 -- » Corbett National Park
Early morning Jeep Safari in the Ghairal area and into the awesome wilderness of the Corbett national park. Arrive at the wildlife resort. Drive in a jeep to get to the start-off point of the Elephant safari. Enroot visit Kanda situated at an elevation of 1,020m, where Jim Corbett shot the Kanda Man-eater. After having a picnic lunch, start the Elephant Safari in the Himalayan foothills. Arrive, after enjoying the leisure ride, at the forest rest house, built in British bungalow style for overnight stay in the wilderness.

Day - 4 -- » Corbett National Park
Start a full day wildlife expedition on an Elephant back, stopping enroute at a picturesque spot for breakfast. Stop by again for rest at a forest rest house and letting the elephant also some break as well as bath in the stream. After rest, start the Elephant safari for the Sonanadi sanctuary, going along the Rocky Plain River, the forested areas and the scenery is spectacular over here. Arrive at the Halduparao Forest Rest House, built in 1892 it was broken down by the Wild Elephants and abandoned. The Sonanadi Sanctuary was included in the Corbett Tiger Reserve and this Forest Rest House was restored, a few years ago. After a hot water bucket wash, get together at a campfire. Overnight stay at the forest rest house.

Day - 5 -- » Corbett National Park
Wildlife enthusiasts can also choose option of either going for an elephant ride or Jeep Safari or go for a forest trail with an armed guard in the Sonanadi Sanctuary area, for wildlife viewing. After having breakfast, depart by Jeep with packed lunch via Sendhikhal / Saneh / Morghatti / Kalagarh / Jhirna / Dhela / Ramnagar, reaching the resort by late evening.

Day - 6 -- » Corbett National Park / Delhi / Onward Destination
After breakfast depart for the onward journey from the Corbett national park.

 

 

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