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Wildlife & Culture Tours - 15 Days/14 Nights

Wildlife & Culture Tour5is best done from November till March. In Wildlife & Culture Tours programme you will get to drive through India, on highways, and stateways. The idea behind this road journey is that you see a lot of birds in the farming lands, while the farmers are busy plowing and sowing the wheat crop, the birds follow the farmers to feed on the insects coming out from the fields. Seeing the tall Sarus cranes while driving on a highway might not surprise you, but what will surprise surely is the comfort level of these birds. Our driver would stop the vehicle should you so desire to observe these Cranes, or egrets from close quarters. As the breeding would have just happened and the chicks would be small hence the need for frequent feeding gets them to farms. You might be surprised that you get to see a lot of birds outside the bird sanctuaries. Visit to Bharatpur, Ranthambhore, and Dudhwa will further expose you to another 600 different species. Visit to India is not complete if you have not taken a selfie with the Taj Mahal and feel numb when you sight your first Tiger in the wild in Ranthambhore.


DAY 1 Arrive New Delhi -
When you arrive at the airport in New Delhi you will be received by the representatives of Visit Real India who will then take you to the Hotel. Overnight at New Delhi.
DAY 2 New Delhi - Dudhwa national park -
The morning after breakfast drive to Dudhwa National Park 340 kms/7 -8 hrs drive, situated very close to Nepal Border. Elephant ride, tiger tracking, animal viewing, bird watching, and rhino watching are the main highlights of this tour. Dudhwa National park located on the Indo-Nepal border in the district Lakhimpur-Kheri in Uttar Pradesh, Dudhwa National Park, together with Kishanpur and Katerniaghat Wildlife Sanctuaries, represent the best natural forests and grasslands left in the Terai region of Uttar Pradesh. The three Protected Areas, being the last viable home of the Royal Bengal Tiger in the state, have been jointly constituted into Dudhwa Tiger Reserve under Project Tiger. Kishanpur (204 sq km), the oldest of the three Protected Areas, was declared a Wildlife Sanctuary in 1972, followed by Katerniaghat (440 sq km) in 1975 and finally Dudhwa National Park (680 sq km) in 1977. Though the 3 Protected Areas are physically separate, each consists of unbroken tracts of dense forests. These terai ecosystems are highly productive habitats of diverse flora and fauna and home to a considerable number of obligate species and species of restricted distribution. Overnight will be stay at the hotel.
DAY 3 Dudhwa National Park -
This day you will have an opportunity to explore jungle from elephant back ride in the jungle for tiger tracking and animal viewing. The jungle visits last for about two hours. Return to the rest house for breakfast & lunch. One can walk around the surroundings or bird-watch or drive to the jungle for watching rhinos from a watchtower. Overnight stay in the rest house.
DAY 4 Dudhwa National Park -
Early morning again visit to Kisanpura sanctuary with packed breakfast. Later drive to Katerniaghat 110kms /2 hrs drive Afternoon boat ride at Katerniaghat so see Gangetic Dolphin, Gharial, crocodile, and birds. Overnight at lodge.
DAY 5 Dudhwa - Lucknow -
The morning after breakfast Proceed to Lucknow 230 kms/5 hrs drive on arrival check into a hotel. After brief leisure moves out for the sightseeing tour of Lucknow. The city of the Nawabs and Begums built in Islamic architecture. The places to visit are BeraImambara, ChotaImambara, and the Amina Bazaar. Overnight stay in the rest hotel
DAY 6 Lucknow - Nawabganj Bird sanctuary -
The morning after breakfast drive to Nawabganj Bird Sanctuary which is a bird sanctuary located in Unnao District the Kanpur - Lucknow highway in Uttar Pradesh.  India consisting of a Lake and the surrounding environs. It is one of the many wetlands of Northern India. The sanctuary provides protection for 250 species of migratory birds mostly from Russia Siberia and Ukraine. But the numbers have been dwindling since the 1990s, most have relocated to newer areas in Himachal and Rajasthan. The birds migrate across the Himalayas from Tibet, China, Europe, and Siberia during winters.


  • Tour Inclusions – Full Package
  • Complimentary Wine And Cake Only 1st Night
  • Hotel Stay At 4 To 5 start Property
  • Land Transport(Sedan car, Suv, Mini Car And Other)
  • Tour Guide (Provincial and DOT Accredited Guides)
  • Toll Taxes And Parking Fees


  • lunch and dinner not provide


  • all monument fees is included


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