Call Of The Wild Tour

  7 Days / 6 Nights

   Delhi – Chambal National Park – Agra – Bharatpur – Ranthambore - Jaipur

The dramatic variation in geography and climate seen across the subcontinent has resulted in India being blessed with a rich bio-diversity and nearly every kind of habitat. There's little to beat the excitement of watching a tiger stalk its prey or a flock of flamingoes burst into flight. For gharial hatchlings crawling to the river, elephants taking a bath and other heartwarming sights- indeed, for a ringside view of creation - come to the national parks and sanctuaries of India. The first concerted effort to protect this rich but rapidly depleting wildlife and habitat was made in 1972, when the Government of India passed a Wildlife Act, followed by the launch of project Tiger. Simultaneously, over the years, India has set up around eighty national parks and 440 wildlife sanctuaries. Here's the pick of the lot, but remember, it's but a taste of what this incredible country has to offer. Most parks and sanctuaries are open from October to March each year. Chambal National Park is primarily known for conserving ‘gharial’, Indian crocodile. Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary, one of the important wetlands in India, is a preferred habitat of migratory birds like Siberian Crane. Ranthambore National Park is known across the globe as a sanctuary of Royal Bengal Tigers. Call of The Wild Tour encompasses three national parks in north India. Chambal Ranthambore Bharatpur Tour involves boat, rickshaw and jeep safaris. In addition to exploration of wildlife sanctuaries, this tour lets you visit famous monuments of Agra like Taj Mahal & Agra Fort. Jaipur happens to be the last destination of the tour and offers you an opportunity not only to watch historical forts and palaces but also colourful markets and vibrant culture. Another interesting aspect of the tour is to rejoice stay in truly heritage hotels.

Day 1

Delhi – Chambal Gharial Sanctuary

This morning after breakfast you will be picked from your hotel and driven to National Chambal Sanctuary, famous for one the endangered species of crocodile, called ‘gharial’ in India. The sanctuary is 290 kilometer away from Delhi. On the way to Chambal Gharial Sanctuary, you will stop at Agra to visit tomb of It Mad ud Daulah, one of the famous Mughal era monuments and have quick lunch in a nice restaurant. Post lunch, drive for Chambal (90 km from Agra). On arrival, check in at Mela Kothi (Jungle Resort) to spend the rest of the day in leisure and have overnight stay. Mela Kothi is a heritage building, dating from the 1890's. This serene lodge is nestled in Chambal Valley and lies 12 km from Bateshwar archeological site.

Day 2

Chambal Gharial Sanctuary - Agra

Wake up early in the morning and proceed for Chambal safari at 06:00 AM. National Chambal Sanctuary is also known as Birder's Paradise. It is home to 180 species of migratory birds, hundreds of crocodiles (gharials) & Gangetic Dolphins. According to folklore, the infamous game of dice between Kaurav and Pandav was also played out on the banks of the river Chambal.

Naturalist at river bank will welcome and take you on three-hour long magnificent exploratory tour of river Chambal. Later, come back to resort to relax, refresh and have breakfast. After lunch (12:30 pm), depart for Agra. On arrival at the erstwhile Mughal capital, check in at the hotel and relax for a while. It’s time to visit Agra Fort, one of the finest and well kept forts in India. It takes about ninety minutes to visit the gigantic monument. Thereafter, come back to the hotel. Enjoy evening with some continental food and fusion food, some drinks along with live music or DJ … all that we can be found at MOLECULES - THE SKY BAR.

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Day 3

Agra – Fatehpur Sikri - Bharatpur

Today at dawn time, visit Taj Mahal. Sunrise is the best time to observe the Lover’s Paradise called Taj Mahal. Witness and appreciate the sublime beauty of Taj Mahal. The leisurely exploration takes about two hours. Later, come back to the hotel refresh and have breakfast. At 10: AM, check out from the hotel, explore local market and visit marble inlay work factory to see how the artisans carry out the inlay on the hard marble. Spend some time with them and later drive to Fatehpur Sikri, known as Ghost City. It was one time a capital of Mughal kingdom but, due to lack of drinking water, Akbar shifted the capital to Agra again. After one hour drive reach Fatehpur Sikri to spend two hours to explore architectural finesse of that era.

Hereinafter, drive to Keoladev National Park in Bharatpur district of Rajasthan. Bharatpur is merely twenty kilometer away from Fatehpur Sikri. You will reach the bird sanctuary after half an hour drive. On arrival, check in at the pre-booked hotel. You will find a guide ready to take you out to experience the culture of an Indian village. Villages are the heart of India and farmers are treated as gods. Culture heritage is rich and people are very humble. Overnight stay is scheduled in the hotel.

Day 4

Keoladev Ghana National Park – Ranthambore

After early breakfast, proceed on for exploring Keoladev National Park with a naturalist on a manually-pulled rickshaw. The rickshaw safari helps you experience the beauty of the jungle. Keoladev National Park in Rajasthan is considered as birding tourists’ paradise. Listed among UNESCO’s World Heritage sites, Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary was declared a national park by the government to foster facilities and protection to make the region amenable to the birds, flora and fauna. One of the most significant avifauna sanctuaries, Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary is a man-made establishment, home to a large number of bird species. The bird sanctuary is also known as Keoladev Ghana National Park or Ghana National Park.

After rickshaw safari, come back to hotel relax and have lunch. Post lunch, it's time to drive for Ranthambore National Park. It is highly popular among the tourists as tigers are frequently and easily spotted here. That’s why, Ranthambhore is also known as Land of Tigers. After five hours drive, reach Ranthambore to check in at the pre-booked jungle lodge / hotel, spend evening in leisure and have overnight stay.

Day 5

Ranthambore Tiger Reserve

The tiger safaris in Ranthambore National Park are carried out in morning and evening hours. Each safari, conducted through canter or jeep, lasts for almost four hours. A naturalist, providing the details of various aspects of the forest, accompanies the tourists during safari. He is well versed and knows the timings and places to spot the most beautiful and rarest Royal Bengal Tigers. Today, enjoy two safaris, morning & evening. Overnight stay is scheduled in the jungle resort.

Day 6

Ranthambore - Jaipur

After breakfast, it’s time to drive to Jaipur, the Pink City of Rajasthan. Jaipur is merely three hours (180 km) drive away from Ranthambore. On arrival at Jaipur, check in at the hotel. Your guide will meet in hotel lobby and take you to see the regal essence of the royally beautiful city called Jaipur. Visit City Palace, Jantar Mantar & Hawa Mahal (the Palace of Winds). Walk down to famous Bapu Bazaar. Later, come back to hotel. If you wish to have real taste and cultural flavours of Jaipur, explore Meraaki Kitchen, one of the famous vegetarian restaurants of Jaipur. Meraaki Kitchen is known for its tasty food, pleasant ambience, exceptional service, classy set-up, relaxed atmosphere, ample seating area & amazing hospitality.

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Day 7

Jaipur - Departure

The sightseeing will be dependent upon your information. If you need to return today to Delhi to catch a flight in the night, your sightseeing will include visit to Amber Fort, exploration of local market and departure to national capital in early afternoon, soon after lunch. But, in case, you will depart from Jaipur by flight to some other destination, then you will be additionally visiting Jaigarh Fort and Birla Temple. The magnificent fort of Amer is beautiful, gargantuan and sturdy. You can enjoy here an elephant ride from foothill to hilltop where lies the main gate of the fort. Famous Jaigarh Fort houses the biggest canon of the world. Birla Temple, built of white marble, is piece of enchanting Nagara style of temple architecture. Colourful bazaars are special attraction for the tourists. Add some shopping in the list of activities as Jaipur is known for jewelry, rugs, carpets, handicrafts and spices. Later in the afternoon / evening, depart for your onward journey.

Note – This itinerary can be customized to your liking, interest, and duration.

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  • Above rates are based on current exchange rate, fuel price, entrance fee, hotel rates and tax structure as applicable on the date of mailing the package proposal, however any change in these components beyond our control shall affect the cost accordingly.

  • Our Above all cost is based on good combination of Heritage & star hotels. All the hotels are neat and clean, tastefully decorated air-conditioned rooms and of international standards with all modern facilities. We have been using these hotels regularly for our various overseas clients with excellent report in respective categories.

    In case you are particular to stay with any preferred hotels, please do let us know and we will revise our cost accordingly.

  • If a particular hotel is stated in this travel proposal is not available, we will book you at an alternative hotel in the same category as the one stated with your consent and agreement.

  • We shall not be responsible for any delays & alterations in the programme or expenses incurred – directly or indirectly – due to natural hazards, flight cancellations, accident, breakdown of machinery or equipments, breakdown of transport, weather, sickness, landslides, political closures or any untoward incidents.

  • We do not have any insurance policy covering the expenses for accident, sickness, loss due to theft, or any other reasons. Visitors are advised to seek such insurance arrangements in their home country.

  • Please contact your health department or the nearest Indian consulate for more information on recommended vaccinations and medical precautions.

  • You will need a tourist visa to visit India . Please contact the nearest Indian consulate in your country of residence for more information.

  • In India, hotel check in time is 14:00 hrs & hotel check out time is 10:00 hrs, until specified otherwise.

  • Our cost doesn’t have any hidden taxes/charges.

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We would require 50% advance payment to secure your bookings and process the file. We accept bank transfers and payment by credit cards through PAYPAL international payment gateway only. Balance amount needs to be paid on arrival in India by cash, Traveller’s Cheques or credit cards. All credit card payments are subject to 4.88% bank fees.

Cancellation Terms:

50% cancellation if cancelled within 45 days.

75% cancellation if cancelled within 30 days.

100% cancellation if cancelled 15 day or less.

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