Taj Mahal Tour with Tigers
Day 01 : Delhi - Agra (203 Kms, 04-05 Hrs Drive )
After breakfast, leave for Agra. On arrival check in at the hotel. Afternoon sightseeing tour of Agra. Visit Red fort, which was built by Emperor Akbar in 1565, and additions were made up until the time of his grandson, Shah Jahan. It contains the hall of public and private audiences amongst many other beautiful structures; the highlight of the day - The Taj Mahal, which was constructed by Shah Jahan in memory of his wife Mumtaz Mahal. Construction of the Taj began in 1631 and was not completed until 1653.
Day 02 : Agra- Corbett
Early morning breakfast and drive for Corbett, on arrival check in at a wildlife resort, evening free to explore the beauty of Corbett, O/N stay at wildlife Resort.
Day 02: Dhikala Forest Lodge (Corbett National Park)
Early in the jeep safari into the national park, after brea`kfast we will take you to Dhikala/Gairal Forest Lodge by a car or gypsy. Take your lunch and rest, in the afternoon we will take you for a jeep safari to the grassland to view the wildlife especially the evasive tiger. For your safely the lodge is enclosed by the effective solar fence. You may sit on the varandah at night and enjoy the breathtaking wild and jungle's sound to get an unforgettable experienced. Overnight stay at Dhikala/Gairal Forest Lodge.
Day 03: Dhikala Forest Lodge (Corbett National Park)
Early in the morning take an elephant ride before breakfast to experienced the real fun of tracking tigers in Corbett. On an elephant back you feel yourself safe and secure from the wild animals at an altitude of over 10 feet above the ground, and it give a panoramic view to watch the jungle sight and wildlife. Take lunch and spend afternoon on a watch tower which is 1 km away from the Dhikala/Gairal resort overlooking the river Ramganga. Corbett is a ideal place for the birds watcher. You may see the incredible kind of birds like kingfisher, crested serpent eagle and much more. Now, it is time to go with a jeep safari along the river Ramganga crossing the river at the Gathiarao bridge to the Kanda range. This is the place where the famous naturalist and conservationist Jim Corbett shot the Kanda maneater. To watch the wildlife in its real prime habitat is a wonderful experience. Come back to the Dhikala/Gairal resort. Watch a film on the conservation of Corbett and stay at the same resort.
Day 04: Corbett Natonal Park - Delhi
Check out from the resort early in the morning for the Gairal Range forest. There is a big chance to see the dangerous reptiles like Turtles, Gharial, crocodiles and hungry Mugger those are still unchanged in appearance since the ancient times. The dense Sal forests and massive trees, deer jumping across the forest here and there, sloth bear moving in style, wild elephants herds taking a shower bath in the river and other stylish activities of the animals making your tour versatile. After watching the Corbett a jeep will take you to the railway station to move for your homes.