BIRD WATCHING IN JIM CORBETT

Corbett National park is a flawless paradise just plain silly. Its thick Sal backwoods, wet meadows and uneven vegetation give the ideal natural surroundings to various types of flying creatures. There are in excess of 600 assortments of these beautiful peeping animals spread more than 520 square km of center territory, which makes it the most prevalent flying creature watching goal. This is the reason, Tour My India has custom-made a 9N/10D bundle, in which we have secured the best places of Uttarakhand state, for the birders to pursue the sweet calls, balancing binocular around their neck while the camera threw on side, in the glow of the rising sun sparkle. The visit will give one a chance to investigate Nainital, the ‘lake region’ of india, favored with outlandish landscape and balanced lakes; and Pangot, an ideal spot to bond with flying creatures in the midst of the magnificence of Oak, Pine and Rhododendron trees. At that point, the visit will advance toward the Corbett National Park after a bypass to Sattal, which is a group of seven lakes in the delightful woody region of Kumaon, one of a kind for its biodiversity and biological plentifulness. At last the visit will achieve the Sultanpur Bird Sanctuary to put a flitting end to the birder’s journey. Visit My India likewise furnish with a decent choice of lodgings to make your stay agreeable, alongside problem free transport to the associating goals.

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DAY 1

ARRIVE DELHI

Our representative will meet you at the airport on arrival and arrange for a drop at the hotel. Stay overnight at the hotel.

DAY 2

DELHI – NAINITAL – PANGOT

Enjoy the morning drive to Pangot, a small paradise for the birdwatchers in Nainital. Many of the birds found in the surrounding areas of Nainital, are typically Himalayan species associated with these higher elevations. Leave for birding in the afternoon near the lodge. You may find blue whistling thrush, red-billed blue magpie, blue-capped redstart, rusty-tailed flycatcher, grey-backed shrike, yellow-breasted green finch etc. Overnight stay at the Jungle Lodge.

DAY 3

PANGOT

Birdwatching at Pangot, Baggar, Timla Pani, Cheena Peak & Nainital comes with the variety of birds like slaty-headed & red-breasted parakeet, grey bushchat, long-tailed & grey-backed shrike, common kestrel, besra, chestnut-bellied rock thrush etc. You will spot all if you are lucky or just the streaked laughing thrush which is a common garden bird here.

DAY 4

PANGOT – SATTAL – PANGOT

 

A short morning drive to Sattal, offering a natural habitat for bird species like white-crested laughingthrush, rufous-gorgeted flycatcher, red-billed leiothrix, Siberian rubythroat, rock bunting etc. Also look for rufous-chinned & white crested laughingthrush, rufous-breasted accentor, greater yellow-naped flameback, speckled piculet etc. In the evening, return to the lodge at Pangot. Stay overnight.

DAY 5

PANGOT – CORBETT NATIONAL PARK

After breakfast, drive to Corbett National Park en route Mongoli Valley for birdwatching. Corbett National Park offers to watch the rare birds like Great hornbill, Pallas’s fish eagle, grey-headed and lesser fish eagle, red-collared falconet etc. Also spot jungle owlet, scaly-bellied woodpecker, red-breasted parakeet, Himalayan swiftlet, stork-billed & crested kingfisher and white-tailed & Siberian rubythroat. Check-in at the resort and stay overnight.

DAY 6

CORBETT NATIONAL PARK

Take up an early morning drive to Dhikala the travel industry zone. Registration at the Dhikala woodland hold up. Toward the evening visit to the vegetated grounds for a superb assortment of both the nearby and transient types of winged animals like since quite a while ago followed nightjar, wilderness owlet, spot-bellied owl, regular stonechat, dark francolin, purple and red sunbird, brilliant fronted and orange-bellied leafbird, dark carried kite, hen harrier, alterable falcon hawk, chestnut-followed starling and so forth. Fowl viewing done along the Treks with Ramganga waterway is extremely compensating for water flying creatures, for example, stream lapwings, waders, mergansers and other waterfowl. Medium-term remain at the Lodge.

DAY 7

CORBETT NATIONAL PARK

Post breakfast, relish the time on a watchtower overlooking a water hole. After lunch, drive to Tiger Camp stopping en route in places like Sambhar Road and Khinnanauli, some of the best birding areas for bird watching. There you will see great slaty woodpecker, great hornbill, puff-throated babbler, white-rumped shama, pallas’s fish eagle etc. Enjoy the dinner and overnight stay at the lodge.

DAY 8

CORBETT NATIONAL PARK

Catch the glimpse of different species of birds in the midst of Kumeria forest or by the river. The birds that you can see are tawny & brown fish owl, Asian barred owlet, plumbeous redstart, brown dipper, fork tailed, crested tree swift, spangled drongo, blue bearded bee-eater etc. Afternoon we will visit near Garjia temple on Kosi river to chase the songs of the inviting birds. Overnight stay at the hotel.

DAY 9

CORBETT – DELHI

After breakfast, drive into the Jhirna Range forest. Spend time sitting the birds and their delicate moments. In the afternoon, drive back to Delhi. By evening, you’ll reach Delhi. On arrival, check in for the overnight stay at the hotel.

DAY 10

DELHI – SULTANPUR BIRD SANCTUARY – DELHI

After breakfast, drive to Sultanpur Bird Sanctuary for Bird watching. In the evening, reach at Delhi International airport to Catch flight for your desired destination.

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