Greater Noida Wetland

Tour Highlights


12 Days Bird Watching

India’s abundant bird check- list of over 1200 species, is attributed to it vast diversity of habitat and climate, ranging in ‘altitude’ from – sea level to mighty Himalayas; And in ‘climate’ from – scorching sandy deserts to the alpine cold of snowy regions and to the tropical evergreen rain forests.

A Birding itinerary depends upon your interests, season & the length of holiday planned.


Bird watching vacations are not only a great way to enjoy outdoors and learn about different species of birds, but also have an additional health benefit. It’s a perfect way to soothe the mind and calm your nerves. According to a research by a British university: ‘the sound of chirping birds help people calm down after stress and recover from mental fatigue’.

 

 

 

With more than 450 species of birds residing here through the year, Delhi boasts of having the highest number of birds that can be seen in a capital city after Nairobi. Some are residents while several come and go as the weather changes.

In winter months from November to March, the city & its neighbourhood (Surajpur, Okhla & Sultanpur Bird Sanctuaries) are flushed with number of migratory birds.

In winter months from November to March, the city & its neighbourhood (Surajpur, Okhla & Sultanpur Bird Sanctuaries) are flushed with number of migratory birds.

Jaipur

Ranthambore National Park is set between the rugged terrain of Aravali and Vindhya mountain ranges with grassland & scrub in open valleys, three lakes, and magnificent deciduous forest. The park offers good birding from water birds, quail & partridge to raptors.

Ranthambore National Park is set between the rugged terrain of Aravali and Vindhya mountain ranges with grassland & scrub in open valleys, three lakes, and magnificent deciduous forest. The park offers good birding from water birds, quail & partridge to raptors.

Ranthambore National Park is set between the rugged terrain of Aravali and Vindhya mountain ranges with grassland & scrub in open valleys, three lakes, and magnificent deciduous forest. The park offers good birding from water birds, quail & partridge to raptors.

Dholpur covers a part of Chambal National Park that spread over three states astride river Chambal. It is one of the last surviving habitats of the Gangetic River Dolphin; providing protection to Ghariyal - the fish-eating crocodile and Mugger - the marsh crocodile; eight species of Turtles; many species of resident & migratory birds and one of the best places to see Indian Skimmer.

Dholpur covers a part of Chambal National Park that spread over three states astride river Chambal. It is one of the last surviving habitats of the Gangetic River Dolphin; providing protection to Ghariyal - the fish-eating crocodile and Mugger - the marsh crocodile; eight species of Turtles; many species of resident & migratory birds and one of the best places to see Indian Skimmer.

Bharatpur is famous for Keoladeo Ghana Bird Sanctuary - a UNESCO World Heritage site, one of the finest bird sanctuaries in the world, inhabiting host of indigenous water birds and many migratory birds.

Bharatpur is famous for Keoladeo Ghana Bird Sanctuary - a UNESCO World Heritage site, one of the finest bird sanctuaries in the world, inhabiting host of indigenous water birds and many migratory birds.

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17 Days Indian Wildlife Tour

Destination : New Delhi - Jaipur - Ranthambhore - Bharatpur - Agra - Khajuraho - Bandhavgarh - New Delhi - Guwahati - Kaziranga - Guwahati - New Delhi

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