South India is referred to for its beach front magnificence as well as for its rich green situations, which encase the natural life asylums. Kerala has got one of the best havens of India such as the Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary. Nagarhole National Park, BR Hills, Bandipur National Park, Eravikulam National Park, Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary and Kumarakom Bird Sanctuary are a percentage of the asylums that we will visit amid the South India Wildlife Tour.
For Booking Details! Click here South India is referred to for its beach front magnificence as well as for its rich green situations, which encase the natural life asylums. Kerala has got one of the best havens of India such as the Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary. Nagarhole National Park, BR Hills, Bandipur National Park, Eravikulam National Park, Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary and Kumarakom Bird Sanctuary are a percentage of the asylums that we will visit amid the South India Wildlife Tour.
Day 01 : Arrive Chennai
Arrive Chennai. The Cosmopolitan City and capital of Tamil Nadu is the fundamental door for voyagers to South India. Upon entry, you will be met by our agent and exchanged to the lodging.
Day 02 : Chennai – Mahabalipuram
The entire day is at recreation, Today we drive through the beach front course to Mahabalipuram (64 kms). In Mahabalipuram we will visit a percentage of the 14 hole sanctuaries and 9 solid rathas (sanctuary chariots). Pallavamala was the ruler who made the port well known in the seventh century and was to a great extent in charge of building the sanctuaries. Toward the evening we will visit the St George Fort. This fortress is close to the harbor range of Chennai and was worked by the British amid the seventeenth century.
Day 03 : Chennai – Bangalore
In the morning we will drive to Bangalore (288 kms/6 Hrs drive). Bangalore is the capital city of the Indian state Karnataka. This previous “Patio nursery city” Bangalore is referred to today as “PC City” of India. Toward the evening we drive through the greenery enclosure city with its various roads of Jacaranda, Gulmohar and Cassia, We will visit the Bull sanctuary, which is inherent the Dravidian style of design. This sanctuary has a gigantic Nandi Bull cut out of a solitary dim stone and popular Gowda Fort, which was worked by Tipu Sultan. We will likewise visit the Vidhan Sabha and downtown business focus. This Vidhana Sabha, which is worked after freedom, emerges by its forcing design in the neo Dravidian style.
Day 04 : Bangalore – Nagarhole National Park
In the morning we leave Bangalore to visit Nagarhole Sanctuary (80 kms/2½ Hrs). Its thick deciduous woodlands are the natural surroundings of the Tiger, Leopard, Gaur, Elephant, Sam bar, Chital, Spotted Deer, Wild Boar, Langur and around 250 types of feathered creatures including the glorious Malabar Pied Hornbill and the Great Black Woodpecker. We will appreciate guided safari of the recreation center. Evening free for recreation.
Day 05 : Nagarhole National Park – BR Hills
In the morning again we can have safari in the Nagarhole National Park and after that we will drive (6 Hrs) along the backwoods stretch to BR Hills untamed life asylum. The Biligirirangana scopes of slopes are beautifully arranged between the Cauvery and Kapila Rivers. At a tallness of 5091 feet above ocean level, this slope extends from north to south for around 16 Kms. All round are deciduous trees and meandering in the midst of the long grass and tall trees are creatures. We will take a walk around the sylvan environment.
Day 06 : BR Hills – Bandipur National Park
In the morning again we will have a walk around the sylvan surroundings of BR Hills then, we will drive further (4 Hrs) to Bandipur National Park. Toward the evening we will visit the untamed life haven in jeeps. Bandipur National Park is one the numerous stores situated inside of the backwoods belt between the Western Ghats and the Nilgiri Mountains. The greater part of these stores are delineated more by political limits than by genuinely physical ones. Bandipur lies in the southern condition of Karnataka and spreads a woodland region of 865 square kilometers. It was proclaimed a National Park in 1974 and is one of the first 9 tiger holds under the attentive gaze of “Undertaking Tiger”. Bandipur has a sizeable populace of natural life – The Royal Bengal Tiger, Elephant, Spotted Deer and Sambar, Gaur and Flying Squirrel, four horned Antelope, Nilgiri Langur and Sloth Bear. Amongst the store’s most noticeable creatures are its 1900-odd elephants.
Day 07 : Bandipur National Park – Ooty
In the morning we will visit Bandipur National Park and afterward from the tropical shore of Karnataka we drive (80 kms/3 Hrs) on the serpent street and go through the Tea ranch and eucalyptus woods on the mountains of Nilgiri and touch base in the city Ooty (Udhagammandulam). The British built up this wonderful slope station in the early part of the nineteenth century in the Nilgiris or the Blue Mountains. Ooty lies at an elevation of 2300 m. what’s more, still has British pizazz. Evening free for relaxation to appreciate the lakeside or the greenery enclosures.
Day 08 : Ooty – Munnar
Ooty (otherwise called the ruler of the Blue Mountains) is popular for its moving slopes secured in pine and eucalyptus woods furthermore for its espresso and tea ranches. In the morning we will visit the celebrated and most delightful Botanical Garden of Ooty which covers a region more than 20 hectares and is planted with more than a thousand assortments of plants, bushes and trees including orchids, plant and snow capped. We will drive further to visit Dodabetta top, the most noteworthy in the Nilgiris. Toward the evening we will go through the betel nut and pepper manor and drive to Munnar. Munnar lies at an elevation of 1530m and is encompassed by Tea and Cardamom fields. Excellent view in and around makes this spot worth going to. Today we will investigate the encompassing all alone.
Day 09 : Munnar – Eravikulam National Park
In the morning we will drive to Eravikulam National Park. The Eravikulam National Park is arranged in the Devikulam Taluk of the Idukki District in Kerala. The mountains secured with the moving fields and abnormal state sholas is amazingly lovely.
This park spread over a territory of 97 square km was built up to ensure the Nilgiri Tahr otherwise called the Nilgiri Ibex. The Rajamala is the characteristic living space of this uncommon mountain goat. It was pronounced as an asylum in 1975 and it was announced as a National park in 1978. This park is partitioned into 3 locales – the center territory, the support zone and the tourism region. Guests are permitted just to the tourism zone, which is in the Rajamala locale. Other than the Nilgiri Tahr other critical fauna that we can find around there are Elephant, Leopard, Tiger, Malabar Civet, Sam bar, Barking Deer, Nilgai and Langur.
Day 10 : Eravikulam National Park – Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary
In the morning we will visit the recreation center for untamed life and flying creature viewing and after that we will drive further (3 hrs) to visit Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary. We will begin our day by having a Boat ride on the pool of Periyar. The pool of Periyar is the main issue of the renowned Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary. It covers a zone of 780 square km and was assigned a piece of task Tiger in 1973. After the pontoon ride we drive through the Park and watch the exercises of Elephants, Bison, Sambar, Wild Oxen, Wild Boar and Spotted Deer, which are normal here.
Day 11 : Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary – Kumarakom
In the morning we will visit untamed life asylum and toward the evening we drive through the mountains, which are loaded with Cardamom and go through the tea and espresso manors and continue to Kumarakom (230 kms/6 Hrs drive). In Kumarakom we will appreciate the Boat ride trip through the tropical vegetation on the backwaters.
Day 12 : Kumarakom Bird Sanctuary
In the morning we will visit Kumarakom Bird Sanctuary. Prior an old elastic estate, Kumarakom was created into a winged animal asylum on the banks of Vemband Lake spreading more than 14 sections of land of area. It is currently a relaxation withdraw extremely prevalent with outsiders. This haven is on the southern bank of Kavanar River inverse the Coconut Lagoon. Kumarakom is home to various types of fowls, for example, Darters, Bitterns, Teal, Waterfowl, Cuckoo, Wild Ducks, Brahminy Kites, Marsh Harries, Teals and Herons and Siberian storks. We will visit the asylum by having a pontoon ride.
Day 13 : Kumarakom Bird Sanctuary – Cochin
In the morning we will drive (3 Hrs) to Kochi (Cochin). This drive gives us again an impression of the delightful finishing of this area. After our entry in Cochin we will get invigorate and eat before we withdraw to the airplane terminal