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DAY 01 DELHI
Arrive Delhi from your home country by midnight. Garland welcome, assistance and transfer to hotel. O/n Hotel.
DAY 02 DELHI
Morning after breakfast we drive towards Okhla barrage, here we can easily see 80 or more species of birds. Afternoon leisurely visit to Baha'I Temple (Lotus Temple) - architecturally it is a remarkably striking building, constructed in 1980 - 81. It is built out of white marble and in the characteristic Baha'I temple shape of a lotus flower - 45 lotus petals form the walls - which internally creates a feeling of light and space. Drive towards south direction to visit Qutb Minar, which is 73 m high and consists of five storeys. Lateron we drive to visit India Gate - this war memorial is situated at the eastern end of Rajpath. Designed by Lutyens, it commemorates more than 70,000 Indian soldiers who died in the First World War. Afterthat visit Rashtrapati Bhavan, once the Viceroy's House, now is the official residence of the President of India. Designed by Lutyens, it combines western and eastern styles. Back to hotel to relax. O/n Hotel.
DAY 03 DELHI TO SAWAI MADHOPUR
Morning free, afternoon transfer to Nizamuddin Railway station to board express train to Sawai Madhopur at 13.15 - 17.50hrs. Upon arrival, transfer to resort located on the outskirts of Ranthambore National Park. O/n Resort.
DAY 04 RANTHAMBORE
Ranthambhore National Park is an awesome reminder of the great jungles that once clothed Central India; its horizon marked by a thousand-year-old fort, which stands in stoic silence, keeping eternal vigil over the magnificent forests sprawled in its shadow. This fort was once the centre of a Hindu kingdom and bears the scars of several wars and military sieges.
The 400km2 Ranthambhore National Park famous for its tigers was the hunting ground of the Kachhwaha rulers of Jaipur and has a rich plant and animal life. Its dry deciduous jungles were amongst the first nine National Parks to be brought under Project Tiger in 1973. Some 450 species of plants provide sustenance to its herbivores that are hunted for food by the carnivores, thus keeping the circle of life in motion.
The 22 species of mammals listed here include the Leopard, Sloth Bear, Hyena, Jungle Cat, Caracal, Sambar, Chital, Nilgai, Indian Hare, Wild Boar and Mongoose besides its prime attraction - the Royal Bengal Tiger.
Nearly 300 species of birds have been recorded here and the Park's avifauna includes - Painted Stork, Black Stork, White-necked Stork, Spoonbill, Bonelli's Eagle, Crested Serpent Eagle, Grey Partridge, Painted Partridge, Sandgrouse, Spurfowl, Common Peafowl, Pheasant-tailed Jaçana, Great Indian Horned Owl, Indian Treepie, Paradise Flycatcher, and Stork-billed Kingfisher among others.
Prehistoric looking Marsh Crocodiles can be seen in and around the lakes that dot the rugged countryside of this extraordinary National Park and more than a dozen varieties of reptiles are found in the forests of Ranthambhore.
Morning and afternoon explore the park by jeep with naturalist. O/n Resort.
DAY 05 RANTHAMBORE
Morning and afternoon jeep safari to view wildlife with Naturalist. Rest of the day visit to the Fort or just relax by the pool. O/n Resort.
DAY 06 RANTHAMBORE TO BHARATPUR
Early morning transfer to Sawai Madhopur railway station to board express train to Bharatpur at 07.16 - 09.20hrs. Upon arrival, transfer to our delightful heritage hotel for overnight.
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