Wild Life Tour

  Delhi - Jaipur - Ranthhambore - Bharatpur - Agra - Corbett - Kathmandu - Chitwan - Pokhara - Kathmandu - Delhi

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16 Nights / 17 Days

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Daily Tour

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Wild Life Tour


We present you with the exclusive and expertly designed 16 Nights and 17 Days Extended North India with Nepal Tour. With this exciting long vacation package, you can explore North India's and Nepal's best cities and stunning attractions by identifying different bird species and discovering the abundant wildlife in the dark forests. You will visit Delhi, Jaipur, Agra, Bharatpur, Ranthambore, Corbett, Chitwan, Pokhara, and Kathmandu. These selected wild tour destinations are renowned for having everything you may want to see. You can visit UNESCO-listed sites like the Taj Mahal, Agra Fort, Kathmandu Nepalese town, and many others. Grab the opportunity to delve into the beauty of these two countries, where you can find many treasures to discover.


Arriving at the Delhi International Airport will mark the start of our tour. Our representatives will meet you here and make all necessary arrangements. We make timely arrangements to guarantee a hassle-free journey. After enjoying breakfast, you will leave for Delhi sightseeing the following day. You will visit Old Delhi and explore the biggest mosque in India, Jama Masjid, Raj Ghat, Red Fort, and a walking tour of Chandni Chowk.

Your afternoon will be busy, with the next stop being Qutub Minar, the tallest minaret in the world, where you will be taken. Humayun's Tomb, the pass-by tour of India Gate, and the President's House or Parliament House. Later on, you can return to the hotel for an overnight stay. 

Your first morning of this tour starts with leaving for Jaipur by car. Check-in at the hotel. The afternoon city tour starts with world-famous architectural marvels, including the City Palace. Its garden area is decked with vibrant flowers, displaying the influence of Mughal and Rajasthani architecture. This lovely site comprises a number of structures, gardens, and courtyards; Jantar Mantar is a UNESCO World Heritage Site that served as an astronomical observation hub, and Hawa Mahal, one of Jaipur’s historic landmarks, has been conserved the best. After dinner, spend the night in the hotel.

After breakfast at the hotel on day 3 of the Wild Life Tour, you will leave to see Jaipur's most popular heritage attraction- Amer Fort, one of the top tourist attractions of Jaipur, and ascend the fortress on Elephant back. It provides a breathtaking view of the city. This fort is a popular tourist destination known for its architecture and extensive history. In the afternoon, you leave Jaipur by car for Ranthambore and check in at the hotel.

Your morning starts with the Ranthambore National Park after enjoying breakfast. It is one of North India's biggest national parks and home to the renowned Bengal tigers. You have a jeep to explore the forest; we assure your tour will be conducted with full enjoyment.

After a delicious breakfast, get ready to leave by car for Bharatpur. Check-in at the hotel and rest of the day is free.

Visiting the Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary in the morning. The sanctuary is 29 sq km and has well-maintained woodland routes that make it simple to travel there on foot, by rickshaw, or by bicycle. Nevertheless, the Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary is open all year long. The diverse migrating birds from as far away as Siberia and Central Asia spend their winters in Bharatpur and are the main draw for tourists to the Keoladeo National Park.

You will travel to Agra today, home to the Taj Mahal, one of the World's Seven Wonders. After leaving the Jaipur hotel, you will go to Agra by car. Make a sightseeing stop in the middle at Fatehpur Sikri. 

Fatehpur Sikri is one of the first towns the Mughal Emperor Akbar constructed. Drive on to Agra after exploring the deserted town. Check into the prearranged hotel upon arrival to unwind after a hard journey. Later, you can explore the well-renowned Agra Fort and Itimad-Ud-Daulah's Tomb, often known as the "Baby Taj," which are both UNESCO World Heritage Sites.

Note - Taj Mahal is closed on Friday

Morning leaves by car for Corbett. Check-in at the hotel and the rest of the day is free for your own leisure activities.

Morning drive to Corbett National Park, amid the Nainital district's scenic Kumaon hills. Project Tiger was started in 1973 from the Corbett National Park. The Park's central section is 520 square kilometres and features charming high ridges covered in sal trees.

Upon arrival, check into Jungle Resort, located in the magnificent valley of Merchula, which includes the sun's splendour (Sol) and moon (Luna), both visible at dusk.

Enjoy your morning and afternoon jeep safaris and one-morning elephant ride in the Park after breakfast. A superb and relatively unharmed example of the diverse sal and mixed woodland that covers the outer Himalayas is the Corbett Wildlife Sanctuary. Due to its vast biogeographic diversity, the park is a natural shelter for the flora and animals of the plains, sub-mountainous regions, and high-altitude places. Resort overnight stay.

Morning leave by car for Delhi. When you transfer to Delhi airport and leave for Kathmandu by flight. Transfer and check-in at the hotel. 

You'll venture out today for some sightseeing in Kathmandu. One of the places you'll go is Bhaktapur, a historic Nepalese town that is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Here, you may see the stunning temples and artwork. Another significant Hindu temple honouring Lord Shiva is Pashupatinath Temple. This well-known temple in Nepal is located beside the Bagmati River. It is regarded as one of Asia's most significant religious sites.

Later, you can go to Boudhanath, one of the world's largest ancient stupas, a World Heritage Site. Many people travel to Kathmandu to see this stunning stupa. With a height of almost 36 metres, it is the largest spherical stupa in the entire country of Nepal.

Go back to the hotel to spend the night.

On day 13, after breakfast, leave by car for Chitwan. Check-in at the hotel and the rest of the day is free. 

Your whole day is full for Chitwan National Park. Finishing planning a vacation wildlife tour is possible by engaging in Chitwan National Park wildlife adventure. You will thus go to Chitwan National Park today to go on nature walks and see birds. The Bengal Tiger, Mugger crocodiles, White-throated Kingfishers, One-horned Rhinos, Male Paradise Flycatchers, and other wild species can be found at Chitwan, the country's first national Park. While attempting to see wild animals, you can go on an elephant safari. At this stunning UNESCO World Heritage Site, you will be treated in the evening by a traditional Tharu cultural dance performance.

After enjoying breakfast on day 15 of your wildlife vacation, you can leave Chitwan and head to Pokhara. It is a popular tourist destination in Nepal. You can settle in at the hotel after arriving and take a nap. You can stroll casually along the city's lakeshore midday while taking in the surroundings and Tibetan Refugee Camp.

On the 16th day of your wildlife trip, you can depart Chitwan and go to Pokhara after breakfast. In Nepal, it is a well-liked tourist location. After you arrive, you can check in at the hotel and nap. In the middle of the day, you can stroll along the city's lakeside while admiring the scenery. 

You will check out of the hotel on the final day of the vacation and travel to Kathmandu International Airport. You'll get on the plane and fly to Delhi, India. You will board your next flight as soon as you arrive.

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