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Tigers and Birds with Golden Triangle Tour Package – Covid Safe

14 Nights/15 Days

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About Tiges and Birds with Golden Triangle Tour

A perfect blend of culture and nature, this itinerary is for the inquisitive soul. Delhi has been the epicenter for various historic moments in India. Taking a day to witness the century old forts, the struggle behind India’s independence and the rugged charm of Old Delhi, this city is a whirlwind of culture.
Agra and Jaipur too house some of the biggest and most prestigious heritage monuments for India. Home to one of the seven wonders of the world, The Taj Mahal, it will be a shame to not have visited Agra to get a glimpse of the pristine white marbled beauty. An ode of love from the Mughal Emperor Shah Jehan to his beloved wife Mumtaz Mehal, this enigma took 22 years and 20,000+ workers to build. With architectural influences from around the world, it deserves to be one of the seven wonders.
Jaipur rises with its forts and centuries of history behind those old walls. A pretty site of luxury and royalty, this pink latticed city is the heart and soul of all culture in India. Based in the sandy desert state of Rajasthan, this city will sit perfectly with your trip to Ranthambore National Park. A jungle known for its slightly mained Tigers and Rajputana hunting grounds in the past, this park has come a long way to pave a journey to conservation.
The most diverse birding area, Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary, also officially called the Keoladeo National Park, has around 350 species of beautiful birds chirping around. Colorfully frolicking through the sanctuary, these birds are not the only residents. There are a number of winter migratory birds that make their way to Bharatpur.
Talking of beautiful wildlife, Corbett National Park is no less. In fact, it is one of the best national parks in India when it comes to wildlife and landscape. With the Ramganga flowing through and through the jungle and the scenic view of the Himalayan Foothills, Corbett has an abundance to offer, if only you’re patient enough to take it all in.
Another advantage that Corbett has is its Dhikala Zone and the Dhikala Forest Rest House. It lies deep in the lap of Terai wilderness, with alarm calls and roars as a background score. A tiger safari through this sal forest is a must to quench your adventure adrenaline.
Located in the Aravalli Range in Rajasthan, Ranthambore National Park lays right in the heart of the action packed Golden Triangle. Easy to travel to in a short time, it is an ideal park for someone who has little time on hand. With a thriving Tiger population, a Tiger Safari at Ranthambore offers the best chance of witnessing the big cat at close quarters.

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Parks to Visit on the itinerary

Ranthambore National Park - Tiger Reserve

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tiger safari at ranthambore
ranthambore national park safari morning
Ranthambore lies between two of the oldest and greatest geographical formations of India- the Arravalis and the Vindhya range. The landscape of this area is unique with deep gorges, grassy slopes, rugged hills, ravines, and large lakes, making this park a photographer’s delight.

Corbett Park - Tiger Reserve

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tigers in jim corbett national park
elephant drinking water in jim corbett national park
Named after the memory of the late Jim Corbett, the legendary hunter, naturalist-turned-author, and photographer who had helped in setting up the park and demarcating its boundaries. The park is also considered as a true bird sanctuary with over 2,060 species and subspecies of birds.

Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary

Demoiselle Crane in Bharatpur
Credted Red Pochard Bharatpur
Birds of Prey in Bharatpur
India’s most famous bird watching site has been Keoladeo – Ghana National Park or Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary. This small wetland of 29 provides feeding and nesting grounds to over 400 bird species, and has been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Ramsar Site as well as an IBA (Important Bird Area). This former hunting ground and now protected habitat consists of Scrub forest, Savanna grassland and large Wetlands with naturally constructed earthen mounds to provide perching spots for the thousands of birds which feed on the varieties of fish, invertebrates and aquatic plant species in the rain and Yamuna river-fed waters of the wetlands. The misty winters and the breaking sunlight are a birdwatcher and photographer’s dream and lacs of birders and photography enthusiasts visit the birdwatching shrine that is Bharatpur each year. An array of water birds, waders, ground birds and raptors – Bharatpur has something for every nature lover.


Indian Skimmer on the banks of chambal river
Rudy Shel duck in Chambal
Indian Skimmers in Chambal
The Chambal Valley in Dholpur is synonymous with legendary tales of bandits. That phase is done and dusted, and there is now a modern conservation success story which is the Chambal National Sanctuary – one of the last refuges of the Gharial crocodile– the most critically endangered species amongst various important species of wildlife and birds occurring at Chambal. The Sanctuary in totality is spread out between 3 states of India: Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh and Madhya Pradesh. Chambal River originates in the Vindhyan Mountains of Central India, and is a tributary of the River Yamuna, forming large Ravines and creating a maze of Mud-cliffs which provide nesting grounds for birds, reptiles and crustaceans of the area. The habitat around the river is mostly Tropical Scrub Forest. Here, there are over 300 species of birds recorded in addition to various reptiles and freshwater mammals.

Popular Fauna in Corbett, Ranthambore, Dholpur & Bharatpur

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Royal Bengal Tiger

His majesty, the national animal of India. The Royal Bengal Tiger is considered by many naturalists as one of the most powerful apex predators. You catch a glimpse of this big cat in action at the Corbett National Park in Uttarakhand – the first stop on your way to this wildlife expedition.
asian elephants

Asian Elephants

Apart from Royal Bengal Tiger Corbett is also a home to a sizeable population of the endangered Asian Elephant. These gentle giants are seen in abundance across all zones in Corbett National Park, however, the best most delightful sights are those from the Dikala zone. Witness their mighty tusks and trunks as they bathe along the Ramganga River or trot along the foothills of the Himalayas.
yellow throated marten

Yellow Throated Marten

The Yellow-throated Marten (Martes flavigula) is the largest Marten occurring in the old world. Territorial in nature, it actively patrols its territory and may cover upto 20 km during the course of a single day & night. It is often known to bring down prey which is larger than its own size and there are records of Rhesus Macaque, Grey Langur, Muntjac fawns, Musk Deer, Spotted Deer, Goral and Wild Boar piglets being hunted.
honey badger in tadoba national park

Honey Badger

The Ratel, popularly known as Badger, is the only species if the mustelid, native to dry land of Africa and the Indian subcontinent. The Honey Badger is thus not so rare amidst various national parks in India. You will sight them in the dry woodland savannah’s while on a Tiger Safari in Ranthambore National Park.
Eastern Sarus Crane

Sarus Crane

The Sarus crane is the world’s tallest flying bird. This crane, when standing, is as tall as a man. These elegant birds are predominantly gray, with long, pale red legs. Their naked head is red, as is their neck. Juveniles have buff feathers on their head and slightly darker plumage. These cranes live mainly in wetlands such as canals, marshes and ponds, sometimes near humans. They inhabit cultivated areas too, and high-altitude wetlands. Breeding is further inland, but always in a wet area. During the dry season, the Sarus crane occurs in shallow wetlands, wet grasslands or rice fields.

Detailed Itinerary

Day 1: Arrival in New Delhi

On arrival at the New Delhi airport, you will be received by our representative who will guide and assist you at the hotel for your check-in. All travel documents will be handed over and any last-minute questions about the days ahead answered. Overnight stay at the hotel.

Day 2: New Delhi

Post breakfast, experience the charm of New and Old Delhi, tied together with centuries of history. Enjoy the leisurely pace of a rickshaw ride on the streets of rustic old Delhi, also known as Delhi – 6, as you visit the Jama Masjid, followed by a visit to the monumental structures like the Red Fort, Qutub Minar, and Humanyun’s Tomb. Overnight stay at the hotel.
Humanyus Tomb
Qutub Minar in Delhi
India Gate in Delhi

Day 3: New Delhi – Corbett (275 kms/5 hrs drive)

Post an early breakfast, you will be met by our representative at your hotel. Once you have been briefed, you will receive all travel related documents as you depart for Corbett National Park which is a 275 kms/5 hrs drive. At the park gate, you will be guided to Safari vehicle with your baggage.
The next 32 kms drive to the Forest Rest house will take about 2 hours. Be ready with your camera equipment to shoot, as there’s plenty of wildlife to be seen on the trail. On arrival, Check into the Forest Rest House.
The Forest Rest House is unique to Corbett National Park. It is only here that you get an opportunity to stay inside the national park. The area is located on the banks of Ramganga river and overlooks the foothills of Himalayas.
Post lunch, you will proceed for an Afternoon Safari in one of the most scenic national parks of India. Smokes and alcohol are not permitted here, while only vegetarian food is served here. Once you return, take some, you will be welcomed by some dinner followed by an overnight stay at the Forest Rest House.
elephants at corbett national park
morning tiger safari in corbett national park
evening tiger safari at corbett tiger reserve

Day 4: In Corbett National Park

The day entails Morning and Afternoon Safaris, all meals and an overnight stay at the Forest Rest House inside the national park.
Corbett has aptly been described as the land of the Roar, Trumpet and Song. It paints a picture of remarkable beauty. Corbett has had the proud distinction of being the chosen venue for the inauguration of Project Tiger in India. The rich biodiversity of the Reserve is partly attributed to the diversity and the wide array of habitats found here. Due to the geographical location of the Reserve, which is in the foothills of the Central Himalayas, both Himalayan and peninsular flora and fauna can be seen here. Once you return from your drive, you will be welcomed with dinner followed by an overnight stay at the Forest Rest House.

Day 5: In Corbett National Park

The day entails Morning and Afternoon Safaris, all meals and an overnight stay at the Forest Rest House inside the national park.
India’s first national park is spread over 520 sq. kms. Established initially as Hailey National Park on August 8, 1936, in honor of Sir Malcolm Hailey, the then governor of the United Provinces, the name was later changed to Ramganga National Park in 1952. In 1957, it was finally declared as Corbett National Park in honor and memory of the late Jim Corbett, the legendary hunter, naturalist-turned-author/photographer who aided in the setting up of the park and demarcating its boundaries.
asian elephants at corbett national park
tiger safari in corbett
elephant spotted during tiger safari in corbett

Day 6: Corbett – Agra (350/6-7 hrs drive)

Post an early breakfast, check out from the Forest Rest House and drive toward the exit gate of Corbett National Park. Again, keep your camera equipment ready, as your wildlife experience doesn’t end here. Once out of the park, your journey towards Agra begins. The distance covered is approximately 350kms, with 6-7-hour drive. On arrival, the evening is free for leisure followed by an overnight stay at the hotel in Agra.

Day 7: Agra – Dholpur (60 kms/1-2 hrs drive)

At Sunrise, proceed to visit the famous white marble mausoleum, The Taj Mahal, which was built in the mid-17th century by the Mughal emperor Shah Jehan, as a symbol of love for his wife, Mumtaz Mahal.
Completed in 1652, skilled craftsmen from Persia, Turkey, France and Italy comprising of over 20,000 laborers worked for nearly 17 years to build this edifice. Post breakfast, check out from the hotel and drive to Dholpur, covering a distance of 55kms, taking close to 1-1.5-hour for the drive. On arrival, check into lodge at Dholpur.
After a quick freshen up, head to the Chambal river for birding. The National Chambal Sanctuary is a 400 km protected stretch of the river.
A Boat Safari takes you on a two-three hour cruise down the River Chambal, drifting past gharials basking on the sandbanks, marsh crocodiles and turtles sunning themselves on the rocks and a wealth of birds including the Indian Skimmer fluttering around.
Sar Crane in Sultanpur National park
Bird in Bharatpur
Snake bird in bharatpur

Day 8: Dholpur – Bharatpur (105 kms/2-3 hrs drive)

In the morning, head out for yet another Boat Safari at Chambal river. After Breakfast, depart for Bharatpur, which is a 105 Kms, taking approximately 2-3 hrs to reach. On arrival check into lodge. After lunch proceed for evening bird watching at Keoladeo National Park.
These diverse habitats are home to over 350 species of bird, 379 floral species, 50 species of fish, 13 species of snakes, 5 species of lizards, 7 species of amphibians, 7 species of turtles, and a variety of other invertebrates. Every year thousands of migratory waterfowl throng her for the winter to breed. The national park is a World UNESCO Heritage Site with one of the richest wetlands in the world known for nesting of resident birds and the arrival of migratory birds that are predominantly waterfowl species. On return, you will be welcomed by an appetizing dinner, followed by an overnight stay at the hotel in Bharatpur.

Day 9: Bharatpur – Ranthambore (210 kms/4 hrs drive)

At Sunrise, head out to the national park for a morning of bird watching. Post lunch, drive to Ranthambhore National Park, covering a distance of 210 kms, taking around 4-hours to drive. On arrival, check into the lodge.
The evening is free for leisure. Ranthambhore Tiger Reserve is situated in the Indian state of Rajasthan that comprises of distinct areas with varied conservation history and virtually separated geographically, with mere narrow corridors linking them to the core, Ranthambhore National Park. These are mainly, the Ranthambhore National Park, Keladevi Sanctuary and Sawai Mansingh Sanctuary. Dinner and overnight at the Resort.

Day 10 & 11: In Ranthambore National Park

The day entails Morning and Afternoon Jeep Safari. All meals covered and overnight stay at the at the lodge in Ranthambhore. Ranthambhore is also rich in bird life with close to 300 species of birds. In fact, for a keen bird watcher, Ranthambhore and the surrounding area is a paradise. Some interesting resident species of birds are the Great Cormorant, Painted Spurfowl, Bronze winged Jacana, Sandpipers, Kingfishers, Nightjars, Painted Sandgrouse, Indian Eagle Owl and other winter migrants which come here for nesting.
tigers on tiger safari in ranthambore national park
ranthambore national park tiger safari
birding in ranthambore national park
Ranthambhore National Park has an area of 400 sq. km encompassing rocky hill crests that descend to open valleys between the Aravalli and Vindhya range. Dotted with water pools and fruit trees, this park gets its name from the thousand-year-old fortress, which looms above the forest. Well known for the diurnal activity of tigers, Ranthambhore a landscape with crumbling ruins, be it chhatris or cupolas, like palaces or old guard posts, all of which reinforce the magical and ethereal quality of this great wilderness. As the park has good numbers in Sambar, cheetal, chinkara, nilgai and langur populations. The elusive cats such as the leopard and tiger, thrive here. In fact, Ranthambore is one of the best places in India to spot the Tiger.

Day 12: Ranthambore – Jaipur (180 kms/3 hrs drive)

Head for the final Morning Jeep Safari to the national park. After breakfast drive to Jaipur for approximately 3 hrs, covering a 180 kms. On arrival check in at the Hotel. The rest of the day is free for leisure.
Jaipur – the capital of Rajasthan is washed with pink – a color associated with hospitality in the Rajput culture. This Pink City of fairy tale palaces, rugged fortresses perched on barren hills and broad avenues, is picturesque. The first planned city of its time, Jaipur is encircled by a formidable wall which has a treasure of stories to tell. Overnight stay at hotel in Jaipur.

Day 13: In Jaipur

hawa mahal, jaipur, rajasthan tour
Jal Mahal in Jaipur
amer fort tour rajasthan tour
As you wake up to an early breakfast, you will drive 11 kms to the outskirts of the city to visit Amber Fort, the ancient capital of the State until 1728. Visit the Temple of Kali, the Hall of Victory or the Jai Mahal.
In the afternoon an excursion to the Observatory, the Palace of Winds and the City Palace and Museum is scheduled for the day. The museum has an interesting textile section, which contains dresses and costumes of the former Maharajas and Maharanis of Jaipur. Jaipur is well known for its beautifully crafted carpets, enameled ornaments, precious and semi-precious stones, brass ornaments and many other arts and crafts. Spend time in crowded lanes & by lanes of pink city, haggling and souvenir-hunting in the evening. On return, Overnight stay at the hotel in Jaipur.

Day 14: Jaipur – New Delhi (260 kms/5 hrs drive)

After a relaxed breakfast, drive back to New Delhi, a journey that takes 5 hrs to cover a distance of 260 kms. On arrival check in at the hotel in New Delhi. Overnight stay at the hotel in New Delhi.

Day 15: New Delhi – Onward Destination

After breakfast leave for international airport to board flight back home or onward destinations.

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Roseate House

New Delhi

Roseate House New Delhi is a contemporary upscale hotel stationed in the capital’s only hospitality district, Aerocity. Roseate House New Delhi combines lineage and novelty in its design and services to cater to the new generation of cosmopolitan guests. It is 30 minutes from the business hubs of Gurgaon and Delhi, 5 minutes from the International airport.
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Dhikala Forest Rest House

Corbett National Park

This Forest Rest House was built more than 100 years back, so it is old architecture and is basic in nature, yet maintaining the charm of the British Era. Located next to the Ramganga river, overlooking the Shivalik hills, it is located amidst the Corbett Tiger Reserve.
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The Bagh, Bharatpur

Bharatpur National Park

The Bagh is a heritage hotel spread over 40 acres of a 19th century garden in the Bharatpur district of Rajasthan. Located in the periphery of the Keoladeo National Park, The Bagh is at a few hours’ drive from Delhi, Jaipur, Agra and Gwalior. It offers visitors an opportunity to experience luxury near one of the most popular bird sanctuaries of India.
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Raj Niwas Palace


The Raj Niwas Palace, Dholpur, also called the Dholpur Palace diffuses hospitality with ancient heritage in a premium opulence and style, in presenting the avenue that was once home to Indian Royalties. It became a part of modern Independent India as a Heritage Hotel. The red sand stone Palace lights up the memories of history, valor and splendor in lifestyle.
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Taj View Agra


Experience the famed splendor of The Taj Mahal at Tajview, Agra. Spread over six acres of manicured gardens and equipped with smart rooms, the hotel near Taj Mahal Agra offers the finest amenities alongside hassle-free services.
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Oberoi Rajvilas Jaipur


Experience a sincerely warm welcome when you stay with us at our 5 star hotel in Jaipur: The Oberoi Rajvilas. Spread over 32 acres of beautifully landscaped gardens, with traditional architecture, flaming mashaal torches and reflection pools. Exquisite accommodation, including luxury tents inspired by the era of Maharajas.
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Ranthambore Vanyavilas

Ranthambore National Park

The Oberoi Vanyavilas Wildlife Resort, the best 5 star hotel in Ranthambhore, offers luxury tented accommodation inspired by the opulent caravans of the royal families. A fine restaurant serving authentic Rajasthani and international cuisine. And spa experiences customised to suit your needs.

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Frequently Asked Questions

All camera equipment except drones and cinematic documentary cameras are allowed in Indian National Parks.
All birding lodges in the Himalayan range keep a variety of binoculars and scopes. The birding guide carries it along on your birding expeditions. In fact, they also carry a bird book and provide you with a birding checklist in case you wish to tick off the species you witness while on tour with us.
The best time to do this tiger safari and birding tour is between October to February. During this time, you will get the chance to witness winter migratory birds in Bharatour and it will also be an excellent time for tiger sightings in Corbett and Bandhavgarh.
A tour guide will be accompanying you to get the best and most fulfilling experience while on this tiger safari and birding tour in Corbett, Bharatpur, Dholpur and Bharatpur. To ensure maximum safety during the COVID-19 pandemic, social distancing norms will be practiced while on the tour, with masks and hand sanitizers also available.

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