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  Wildlife Tour in North East  
Day 1 : Arrive Delhi or Calcutta.
We are holding the room from this night enable to provide room upon arrival.

Overnight : Hotel.

Day 2 : Arrive Dibrugarh ex Delhi or Calcutta.
 You will be received upon arrival in the early morning hours in Delhi/Calcutta and drive to the hotel. Sleep rest of the night and after breakfast drive to airport for your flight from Delhi to Dibrugarh or from Calcutta to Dibrugrh (Please check the days of operation of the flights with us)
Received at the airport and drive to a Heritage Chang Bungalow (14kms/30mins) in the midst of a rolling tea garden. After lunch we take you for a tour around a tea estate to learn all about tea – its origin and culture, how it is grown, about tea tasting and its quality. Drive through the greenery of well shaded tea plantations. Spot birds of tea like the Wood Pecker, Golden Oriole, White breasted Kingfisher, Pied Kingfisher etc. Chances of encountering a leopard are bright.

Overnight : Chang Bungalow.

Day 3 : Dibrugarh – Dibru- Saikhowa National Park.
Early morning drive to Guijan range of Dibru-Saikhowa National Park (50kms/2h) – a reverine park and a biodiversity hotspot situated on the southern bank of the river Brahmaputra. Dibru-Saikhowa National Park has the most distinct and vibrant wilderness on earth and is known for her pristine scenic beauty. The forest in this park ranges from semi-evergreen to deciduous to littoral to swampy marshes with patches of wet evergreen jungles. About 36 species of mammals have so far been recorded in the Dibru-Saikhowa National Park – Royal Bengal Tiger, Leopard, Clouded Leopard, Jungle Cat, Sloth Bear, Malayan Giant Squirrel, Slow Loris are some to name a few. Dibru-Saikhowa is a safe haven to many rare and endangered species of birdlife. We take several boat rides and walks around parts of the park’s southern fringes. We will be able to see the White Winged Wood Duck, Bengal Florican, Great Indian Hornbill, Greater Adjutant Stork, Pallas’s Fish Eagle, Greater Spotted Eagle, Swamp Fran Colin, Swamp Prynia and Marsh Babbler. We return to Dibrugarh late in the afternoon to stay at the hotel.

Overnight : Chang Bungalow.

Day 4 Dibrugarh – Kaziranga National Park.
 Early morning we take a nature walk in a natural protected forest area which is located approximately 10 kms from the Chang Bungalow. After breakfast we drive to Kaziranga National Park (220kms/5h). We reach the park late in the afternoon and stay overnight at a forest 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 avi 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.
Overnight : Forest Lodge.

Day 5 Kaziranga National Park.
Early morning we take an elephant safari in the central range of the park followed by a jeep safari after breakfast to the western range of the park. Afternoon after lunch we visit the eastern range of the park by jeep.

Overnight : Forest Lodge.

Day 6 Kaziranga – Nameri National Park.
Early morning with packed breakfast we go for a nature trek to Panbari range – a reserve forest and a natural corridor to the adjoining Karbi Hills. We see woodland birds like the Shama, Paradise Flycatcher etc. We visit the animal rescue centre and interface with the forest officials. After lunch we depart for Nameri National Park (120kms/3h).

Overnight : Eco Camp on the fringes of the National Park.

Day 7 Nameri National Park.
 Nameri National Park is located on the banks of the river Bhoreli 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 Bhoreli 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.

Overnight : Eco Camp on the fringes of the National Park.

Day 8 Nameri National Park – Dibrugarh.
After breakfast return to Dibrugarh (340kms/8h). Late afternoon reach Dibrugarh.

Overnight : Chang Bungalow.

Extension tour of Namdhapa National Park

Day 9 Dibrugarh – Namdhapa National Park.
 Today we drive to Namdapha National Park (183kms/5h). Namdapha National Park – a Tiger Reserve is one of the last remaining of the few large evergreen forests in the world. Spread over 1850 sq.km. of rugged terrain between an altitude bracket of 200 to 4500 mts, it spans tropical to alpine virgin vegetations lending a home to a vast variety of flora and fauna. There is such a floral and faunal diversity, that no single species is dominant . The grandeur of the wet tropical rain forest is simply awesome and exciting. The lush green undergrowth is thick and inter-twined with impenetrable cobwebs of cane, bamboo, wild banana and a variety of other vegetation. It is the only National Park in the world, which boasts of the four big cats – the tiger, leopard, snow leopard and the clouded leopard. The Hoolock Gibbon – a rare and the only ape found in India can be sighted easily here. A large part of this forest is still unexplored. There are nearly 450 species of birds in the park. The Great Indian Hornbill, Pied Hornbill, Rufus Necked Hornbill, Peacock Pheasant, Monal Pheasant, Tragopan, Forest Eagle Owl are some of the birdlife found in the Park.

Overnight : Forest Lodge inside the National Park or Camping.

Day 10 Namdhapa National Park.
Early morning take a nature walk and trek along the Noa Dihing river. Explore the forest that resounds with birdsongs and the call of the Hoolock Gibbon.

Overnight : Forest Lodge inside the National Park or Camping.

Day 11 Namdhapa National Park.
Another day of exploring the forest at Namdapha.

Overnight : Forest Lodge inside the National Park or Camping.

Day 12 Namdhapa National Park – Dibrugarh.
We return from Namdapha to Dibrugarh driving partly through a forest road. Relax in the afternoon at the hotel.

Overnight : Chang Bungalow

Day 13 Dibrugarh – Delhi or Calcutta.
Drive to airport for your flight to Delhi or Calcutta. You will be received upon arrival and later transfer to international airport for your next flight.







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