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Bharatpur Birding Paradise

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DAY 1

ARRIVAL AT DELHI, PROCEED TO BHARATPUR

Report at Delhi Airport, T3 parking by 0900hrs. Proceed to Bharatpur. Arrival at guest house in Bharatpur by 1400hrs. Lunch and rest. Evening introduction and ice breaking session. Overnight at guest house.

DAY 2 & 3

BIRDING TRAILS AT BHARATPUR

Full day trails over the next 2 days at Bharatpur. One can even hire a cycle rickshaw at approx INR 150/hour or a cycle for INR 100 Full day. 2 full days will ensure we get to cover maximum distance in the sancutary thus allowing us to get a chance to oberserve and photograph some rare and unique birds like Sarus Crane, Dusky Eagl owl, Siberian Ruby-throat, Pelicans, Goose, Ducks, Eagles, Harriers and many more.

DAY 4

DEPARTURE

We will have a short 2 hour trail in the morning today. Post that we will have our breakfast and check out by 1130hrs. We will have packed lunch and will leave for Delhi by 1145hrs to reach the airport in time for our flight back home. Services rendered end here.

Charges(Ex.Delhi)

Regular Charges - Adult (12 & above) : Rs.24,700/- per person on twin sharing basis

Group Discount - Rs.2,000/- per person for a group of 2 or more participants registering together at the time of registration

Booking Amount - Rs.15,000/-  per person.


Charges Include

  1. Delhi Airport - Bharatpur - Delhi Airport travel by AC SUV or similar
  2. Accommodation at a guesthouse in Bharatpur on twin sharing basis
  3. Food charges at Bharatpur (Breakfast, lunch, evening tea & dinner)
  4. Entry fees and Guide Charges in the Sanctuary for 3 days.
  5. Globe n Beyond birding expert
  6. GST @ 5%


Charges Exclude

  1. Any Air/Rail fare
  2. Bottled Mineral water / cold drinks purchased during journey or at the campsite
  3. Personal expenditure of any kind (Porterage, Telephone, Laundry, room service etc.)
  4. Any changes in the entry or guide charges or govt taxes
  5. Medical Expenses if any
  6. Camera Charges (if any per safari)
  7. Any other charges not mentioned in "Charges Include"


NOTE:

  1. Charges or expenses arising due to circumstances beyond the control of the organizers will have to be borne by the participants at actual.


How to register?

  • Kindly fill up the Registration Form.
  • Booking amount to be paid at the time of Registration.

Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary, now known as the Keoladeo Ghana National Park is a famous avifauna sanctuary that sees thousands of rare and highly endangered birds during the winter season. Over 300 species of birds are known to have made the National Park their home. It is a World Heritage Site. The park is a freshwater swamp and is flooded during the monsoon.

The park's location in the Gangetic Plain makes it an unrivaled breeding site for herons, storks and cormorants, and an important wintering ground for large numbers of migrant ducks.

The most common waterfowl are gadwall, shoveler, common teal, cotton teal, tufted duck, comb duck, little cormorant, great cormorant, Indian shag, ruff, painted stork, white spoonbill, Asian open-billed stork, oriental ibis, darter, common sandpiper, wood sandpiper and green sandpiper. Sarus crane, with its spectacular courtship dance, is also found here.

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Signature of participant (parent or guardian to sign in case of Minor)

Trip Highlights

  • Bharatpur- A UNESCO World Heritage Site.
  • World's one of the finest heronries, a unique ecosystem.
  • Sarus Cranes, Pelicans, colonies of Storks, Herons.
  • More than 150 species of migratory birds.

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