Tour Dates
 
My Mera India Group Tour Dates and Bookings open
Duration 3N/4D
 
Batch I SC 17-21 Jan 2018

Batch IA 17-21 Jan 2018

Batch IIA SC 8-11 Feb 2018

Batch III SC 7-11 Feb 2018

 Note: 7-11 Feb, 2018 tour for both Bharatpur Sanctuary (KGNP) and chambal Sanctuary (NCS)
 
 
 

Bharatpur (Keoladeo Ghana National Park)

The Keoladeo National Park or Keoladeo Ghana National Park formerly known as the Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary in Bharatpur, Rajasthan, India is a famous avifauna sanctuary that plays host to thousands of birds especially during the winter season. Over 230 species of birds are known to have made the National Park their home. It is also a major tourist centre with scores of ornithologists arriving here in the hibernal season. It was declared a protected sanctuary in 1971. It is also a declared World Heritage Site.

Keoladeo Ghana National Park is a man-made and man-managed wetland and one of the national parks of India. The reserve protects Bharatpur from frequent floods, provides grazing grounds for village cattle and earlier was primarily used as a waterfowl hunting ground. The 29 km2 (11 sq mi) reserve is locally known as Ghana, and is a mosaic of dry grasslands, woodlands, woodland swamps, and wetlands. These diverse habitats are home to 366 bird species, 379 floral species, 50 species of fish, 13 species of snakes, 5 species of lizards, 7 amphibian species,7 turtle species, and a variety of other invertebrates. Every year thousands of migratory waterfowl visit the park for wintering breeding etc. The Sanctuary is one of the richest bird areas in the world. It is known for nesting of its resident birds and visiting migratory birds including water birds. The rare Siberian cranes used to winter in this park but this central population of Siberian Cranes is now extinct. According to Sir Peter Scott Keoladeo Sanctuary is the world’s best bird area.The sanctuary was created 250 years ago and is named after a Keoladeo (Shiva) temple within its boundaries. Initially, it was a natural depression; and was flooded after the Ajan Bund was constructed by Maharaja Suraj Mal, the then ruler of the princely state of Bharatpur, between 1726–1763. The bund was created at the confluence of two rivers, the Gambhir and Banganga. The park was a hunting ground for the maharajas of Bharatpur, a tradition dating back to 1850, and duck shoots were organised yearly in honor of the British viceroys. In one shoot alone in 1938, over 4,273 birds such as mallards and teals were killed by Lord Linlithgow, the then Governor-General of India.

The park was established as a national park on 10 March 1982. Previously the private duck shooting preserve of the Maharaja of Bharatpur since the 1850s, the area was designated as a bird sanctuary on 13 March 1976 and a Ramsar site under the Wetland Convention in October 1981. The last big shoot was held in 1964 but the Maharajah retained shooting rights until 1972. In 1985, the Park was declared a World Heritage Site under the world Heritage Convention. It is a reserve forest under the Rajasthan Forest Act, 1953 and therefore, is the property of the State of Rajasthan of the Indian Union. In 1982, grazing was banned in the park, leading to violent clashes between local farmers and the government.

 How to reach

By road: Excellent network of roads connect Bharatpur to major cities in Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh, Haryana and Delhi. Regular bus services ply from Delhi, Mathura, Jaipur, Alwar and adjoining areas. Bharatpur from Delhi is 192 Km and from Jaipur is 186 Km one can accessible by Pvt car, buses only.

By rail: Major cities rail network connected to Bharatpur the Nearest stations are Bharatpur in delhi route

By Flight: The Nearest stations are Agra 56km, Delhi, Jaipur.

Bharatpur has one main entry point: The easiest place to find transportation and accommodation all near to the gate and hot spot for sighting.


 Tour cost

Plan   Budget (B)   Standard (S)   Classic (C)

Cost For Senior Citizen
  -   Rs.10500/-*   Rs. 12500/-*

Cost For Photography       Rs.11750/-*   Rs.14500/-*
Bharatpur (KGNP) and National Chambal Sanctuary
Cost For Senior Citizen   -   Rs.13750/-*   Rs.15750/-*

Full day Safari   -   Rs.14750/-*   Rs.16750/-*

 Package Inclusive*
mmi_train Return Sleeper Class (S)| 3TR A/C (C)

mmi_car Auto | Car

mmi_stay Non A/c | A/c room twin sharing basis

All tea, breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
 
Dedicated Cycle Rickshaw for full day

2 Person per Rickshaw

All Entry, Camera, Guide, Boat (Chambal)

 Package Exclusive*
All tea, meals during train journey

All personal expenses

Those wants save time can fly to nearest airport (Agra, Delhi, Jaipur)

Any kind of insurance coverage

Add On charges for late registration
 
Dynamic Train fair Charges
 
Tatkal Charges
 
Any other thing not mentioned above & left
 
 


 Itinerary For The Tour

Day 0
Leave for Bharatpur from BCT 21.30 pm

Day 1
Reach Bharatpur(BTE) 15.00 pm, Travel to hotel and check in hotel freshup after tea walk in the park

Day 2
Early Morning have tea and bf Enter the park we will be full day in tha park and lunch will be done inside the park Evening back to hotel, Rest, Dinner, Post Dinner Experience Sharing then Rest

Day 3
Early Morning have tea and bf Enter the park we will be full day in tha park and lunch will be done inside the park Evening back to hotel, Rest, Dinner, Post Dinner Experience Sharing then Rest.

National Chambal Sanctuary Early Morning have tea and bf start travel by car it take 2 hrs to reach chambal Enter the park we will take 2 hrs boating and other time by foot full day in tha park and lunch will be done inside the park Evening back to hotel, Rest, Dinner, Post Dinner Experience Sharing then Rest

Day 4 Early Morning have tea and bf enter the park for 2 hrs (Senior Citizen remain in hotel for rest) and back to hotel 9.00 am checkout leave for BCT from BTE Moning 10.30 am. Reachnext day BCT moning 5.30 am tour end

Bharatpur chambal photographers remain in the park

Day 5 Early Morning have tea and bf enter the park for 3 hrs and back to hotel 9.00 am checkout leave for BCT from BTE Moning 10.30 am.

Day 0 Reach BCT moning 5.30 am tour end memories & relationship remain forever...


 Things To Carry

1 ID Card Compulsory (Aadhar/ Pancard/DL/Voter ID)

2 Forest Nature friendly cloths try to get as camouflaged as possible as (Please don' wear Bright colored Clothes)

3 Torch (Must)

4 Sanitary Kit

5 Dry Food (snacks)

6 Cap, goggle, sunscreen, moisturizer etc..

7 Personal Medicin / First Aid kit.

8 Sport shoes or Kitos/ sandal

9 Binocular/Camera with lenses (Optional)

10 Tripod/ Monopod will be helpful to avoid shake as there will be low light


 How To Register

1

125 day's advance booking mandatory for hassle free travel, accommodation and safari


2 Kindly mail Us (info@mymeraindia.com) /call us ( +91 77189 80081 - 82 ) for seat availability & cost

3

Kindly download Tour Registration Form (Tour Registration Form ) fill and mail to us


4 Kindly make the payment either bank deposit or online transfer

5 Cost in INR valid for Indian Nationals and for Foreigner's Tourist please call/mail us for cost & booking

6 *The cost for per person group of minimum six (G6) and for 2/4 Person (G2/G4) in jeep for Photography Call us for cost

7 *The Cost may change if any change in Govt fees/park fees.

8 *Mini Bus safari timing different from jeep safari

9 *For fulldays safari timing different jeep safari call for cost

10 Be in touch with us for more information

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 Terms & Conditions

1

Email Confirmation is compulsory with payment for booking


2 My Mera India reserves the right to change/modify or terminate the offer any time at its own discretion and without any prior notice.

3

Kindly obey / follow the Tour/Team leader instructions


4 We all are going for an adventurous/wildlife and interesting trekking /wildlife/expedition, please Do Not misinterpret it as a PICNIC or LEISURE TOUR, There will be ample of enjoyment but not at the cost of discipline.


 Who Can Take Part

1

Anyone can Join the tour (Filling up proper infomation form and payment)


2 It doesn’t matter if you’re male or female you're alone or in group no issue you can join the tour without any tension and fear.

3

Minor can join tour with proper permission from their home.


4  


 Do's & Don'ts

 

Do's


 
  •   Carry clothes that will help you camouflage with the surroundings.
  •   Always carry original identity proof.
  •   Follow strict timings as given by your team leader to avoid delay in any activities as safaris/bird watching are group events.
  •   Enjoy nature and surrounding area in the jungle/Park while you in safaris/bird watching with your group.
  •   Always keep your phone on silent or airplane mode when entering forest.
  •   Cover your face with a scarf to protect it from dust.
  •   Also carry extra batteries, memory cards for camera
  •   Cloth/Cover to protect the camera/binoculars etc. from dust.
  •   Option to Carry Sunscreen (fragrance-free).
  •   Always remain calm & composed when any sighting takes place. Remember patience is the only key.
  •   Your guide/mentor/leader know the area inside the forest better than anyone, so do co-operate with     them.
  •   Always respect your local guide/driver and their knowledge about the forest during the safaris/bird watching.

 

Don'ts


 
  •   Do not litter in forest and surrounding areas.
  •   Do not throw anything out of the gypsy.
  •   Do not yell, scream or wave at the animals.
  •   Do not wear brightly colored clothes or apply any kind of perfumes or deodorants.
  •   Never feed any animals.
  •   Do not play any loud music in vicinity of the forest area.
  •   Do not argue with any person like forest guards, guides, locals or even travellers from other    during the safaris/bird watching.


     
 

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