India’s Enchanting Wildlife and Palaces - 13 Days

Package Highlights


Activities : Jungle safaris, boat safari, monuments, village visit

Tour starts from : New Delhi and Ends at: New Delhi

Destinations covered : Chambal, Agra, Keoladeo Ghana, Ranthambore, Bera, Udaipur, Bhainsrorgarh

Grade : Medium. This is a wildlife trip based on mammal (especially Tiger and Leopard) and bird watching in open top jeeps. Walking and climbing steps will be required during Naturewalk, sightseeing of forts and other archaeological monuments.

Season : Mid October – April

Elevation : 160-505 metres

Weather : 


Months Temp (Min) °C Temp (Max) °C
Jan-Feb 4 35
Mar-Apr 11 43
May-June 23 46
Jul-Aug 24 45
Sep-Oct 20 39
Nov-Dec 4 34


Focus Mammals : Tiger, Leopard and Gangetic Dolphin. Caracal, known to be highly endangered species; can also be seen at Ranthambore (only), if one is lucky!

Focus Birds : Vultures (Long-billed vulture, Egyptian vulture and redheaded vulture), Painted spurfowl, Indian skimmer, Indian courser, Painted spurfowl, Sarus crane, Bar-headed goose, Flamingos, Herons, Cormorants, Quails, Larks, Cuckoos.

Reptiles and Amphibians : Gharial, marsh crocodile, rock python

Monuments : Taj Mahal (Agra), City Palace (Udaipur)

Other Attractions : Ravines of Chambal, temples, rich culture, village visit

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Itinerary Details

Welcome! Our representative will receive you at Indira Gandhi International Airport in Delhi; who will bring you to your hotel. Delhi Located in the northern part of India, known as the third largest city with a population of 10 million plus. It covers an area of 1483 sq. km and bustles metropolis. The main languages spoken are Hindi, Urdu and Punjabi, although English is also widely understood. Delhi is also a major travel gateway and is one of the busiest entrance points for overseas airlines, being a major link to all other northern and southern cities. After check-in at your hotel, you can opt to relax or use facilities at hotel like Ayurvedic Massage, steam, swimming pool (depending on the in-house facilities). Local city sightseeing can also be arranged depending upon your time of arrival. Overnight at hotel in Delhi.

After an early breakfast, check-out and drive to Agra (3 hours and 30 minutes’ drive). We will start our journey with, visit to the Taj Mahal, one of the Seven Wonders of the World. Agra Do you know, Agra, was originally the capital of India, during the Mughal period from the 16th and 17th centuries? The city consists of many monuments which depicts the high point of Mughal architecture. Babar, the founder of the dynasty, laid out the first formal Persian garden on the banks of the Yamuna River. Akbar, his grandson raised the towering ramparts of the great Red Fort. Within its walls, Jahangir built rose-red palaces, courts and gardens, whereas his son Shah Jahan embellished it with marble mosques, palaces and pavilions of gem-inlaid white marble. Agra is home to the timeless beauty – ‘Taj Mahal’. One of the greatest monument, defining true love, it was completed in 1652 by the skilled craftsmen from Persia, Turkey, France and Italy and approximately 20,000 laborers worked for 17 years to build this edifice. Emperor Shah Jahan built this beauty, as a mausoleum for his beloved queen Mumtaz Mahal. The Taj stands serene on a raised marble platform, by the banks of the Yamuna River. Our driver/guide will guide you to choose a place for your lunch as per your preferred cuisine. After lunch, you can visit another gem in the city – Agra Fort. You also have the option to shop some of the finest handicrafts made in India in the local bazaar (market). Agra Fort is standing like a crescent on the banks of the Yamuna River, enclosed by forbidding 20-meter high walls with a 12-meter moat between them. Three successive Mughal emperors – Akbar, Jahangir and Shah Jahan helped to create this massive structure which is notable for its smooth blending of Hindu and Muslim architecture. The Fort has palaces, courts, mosques, baths, gardens and gracious pavilions within its premises. Among the fascinating structures, is the red sandstone Jahangiri Mahal built by Akbar for his Hindu queen, Jodhabai, this being one of the earliest constructions illustrating the fort’s change from a military structure to a palace. The other monument in the fort complex are as follows: – The Diwan-i-Am, – The Diwan-i-Khas, – The Khas Mahal – Palace of Mirrors – Pearl Mosque, – Nagina Masjid – Garden of Grapes – Fish Pavilion After fort visit, we will leave for Chambal Safari Lodge (2 hours’ drive). You can also see a lots of bird on route. Check-in at the lodge and relax. You have an overnight stay at Chambal Safari Lodge in Chambal. (Meals included: Breakfast at Delhi and Dinner at Lodge)

In the morning, you can take a three hours Boat Safari that offers good opportunities for the sighting of Gharial, Dolphins and various species of water and shore birds with a spectacular backdrop, adding to the photography experience. After returning to the resort, you can have lunch and relax yourself. Chambal, dates back to many eras, offering you intimidating wildlife and exquisite landscapes, ancient forts sacred temples and enthralling mythology. National Chambal Sanctuary, located on the Chambal River is a tri-state protected area of Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh and Uttar Pradesh in Northern India. It is home to critically endangered Gharial, the red-crowned roof turtle and the Ganges river dolphin. The landscape comprises of the Chambal River crisscrossing through ravines and hills with sandy beaches. The ravines of Chambal enveloping around 1 – 6 kms on both the sides of the river are formed by continuous soil erosion due to floods and rains. They form an implausible maze of entwining cliffs of mud with dry scrub forest, which is home to various species of mammals, reptiles and birds. Chambal River is one of the most pristine rivers in the country. Apart from Boat Safari at Chambal River, this lodge also provides Birding at the campus itself. They also have Blackbuck Jeep Safari and Sarus Crane Wetland Jeep Safari, which are worth experiencing. One can also take 2-3 hours escorted cycling tour through rural countryside with stop-over at a local village. If someone is interested in more culture and heritage, then they have Camel ride, which takes you through ravines to Fort Ater and back to the lodge. You can spend your evening doing any of the activities mentioned above, come back and relax in the resort. You have an overnight stay at Chambal Safari Lodge in Chambal. (Meals included: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner at Lodge)

Spend your day, with in house activities, available in the lodge. Have breakfast. Your check out from the lodge will be at 1130 hrs. Then you leave for Bharatpur and visit Fatehpur Sikrien route. Fatehpur Sikri, was founded in 1569 by the Mughal Emperor Akbar served at the capital of Mughal Empire. It is one of the best preserved collections of Indian Mughal Architecture in India. Akbar planned the complex on Persian principles. The entire structure is made of red stone due its easy availability in the neighboring areas. The Imperial Palace complex consists of a number of independent pavilions arranged in formal geometry on a piece of level ground, a pattern derived from Arab and central Asian tent encampments. The monuments reflect the genius of Akbar in assimilating diverse regional architectural influences within a holistic style that was uniquely his own. Reach Bharatpur in the evening; an overnight stay in the resort. (Meals included: Breakfast at Lodge, Lunch en-route and Dinner at Bharatpur) rnight at hotel in Delhi.

After spending beautiful morning in bird paradise, have breakfast and depart for Ranthambore (5 hours’ drive). Lunch will be en route. Keoladeo Ghana National Park or Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary as it was previously known, is one of the most famous tourist stops in India. Situated between two historical cities – Agra and Jaipur, the park receives over 1 lakh tourists – both human and avian. Avian (birds) visitors coming from places as far as Siberia, Europe, China and Tibet. Migratory birds are found in huge numbers here due to Keoladeo’s strategic position on the North-South avian route of India. During the hibernal season, the trees are overflowing with nests. A tree is observed to house more than fifty nests belonging to different species of birds. The park is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site owing to its incredible biodiversity. One can see sarus cranes, open-billed, painted, white-necked and black-necked stork, spoonbill, white ibis, night heron and other birds busy courting and mating. Apart from 375 species of birds, the park also has a rich assortment of floral species – nearly 380 of them. The aquatic diversity too, is excellent. This is an important aspect of the sanctuary as the fish population is crucial to maintaining a steady food source for the birds. Reptiles and amphibians are aplenty. Reach Ranthambore in the evening, check-in at the resort and relax. You have an overnight at resort in Ranthambore (Meals included- Breakfast at Bharatpur, Lunch en-route and Dinner at Ranthambore)

Over the next two days, you will have 4 Jungle Safaris in an open jeep, where you can explore the famous Tiger Land. Morning will start early with a morning safari lasting for around 3 hours 30 minutes. After safari, come back to the resort, have breakfast and freshen up. Ranthambore National Park, is one of the largest national Park in northern India. It was a royal hunting reserve for the Maharaja of Jaipur. The park is dotted with steep rocky hills and the dominating architecture of Ranthambore Fort (built in the 10th century), adds to its landscape.This park is known for Tigers and is one of the best places in India to see the majestic predators in the jungle. The park is divided into 10 tourism zones. The best way to explore this jungle are the open jeeps. Each zone offers a unique topography. Interspersed with grasslands at the plateaus, meadows in valleys and luxuriant foliage around the canals; the park is bounded to the north by the Banas River and to the south by the Chambal River. Three big lakes – Padam Talab, Malik Talab and Raj Bagh – are similar turquoises studded in the vast forest that abounds with aquatic vegetation including duckweeds, lilies and lotus. Padam Talab is the largest of all the lakes located inside the park, and the beautiful red sandstone Jogi Mahal is located at the very edge of this lake. The fauna and flora at Ranthambore is gratifying. It is home to majority of wild animals including Tiger, Leopard, Marsh Crocodile, Sloth Bear, Wild Boar, Nilgai, Sambar, Caracal, Hyena, Jungle Cat, Chinkara and Black Buck. After relaxing for a while, have lunch and leave for evening safari which lasts for around 3 hours 30 minutes. Ranthambore is also the site of one of the largest banyan trees in India. Get familiar with the diverse flora present here such as Dhok, Mango, Jamun, Gum, Kadam, Khajur, Khair, Karel, Mahua and Salar etc. This park is also home to a significant bird population both resident and migratory including Graylag Goose, Woodpeckers, Indian Rey Hornbills, Common Kingfishers, Cuckoos, Asian Palm Swift, Owl, Nightjars, Eagles and many more. After returning from safari, spend evening in leisure at resort. After dinner, retire for the day. Two nights at resort in Ranthambore (Meals included- Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner)

After breakfast at the resort, you depart at 0800 hrs. for Bhainsrorgarh Fort (4 hrs. drive) where you will experience old time royalty. After that, you will be taken to visit Badoli Temples, 9th century temples. The Baroli or Badoli Temples are a work of architectural brilliance. The temple consists of structures built in the Gurjara-Pratihara architectural style with exquisitely carved stonework. There are 8 major temples in Baroli and a ninth about one kilometer away. 4 temples are dedicated to Shiva (including Ghateshwara Mahadeva Temple), 2 to Durga and 1 each to Shiva-Trimurti (Trinity), Vishnu and Ganesha. After spending 2 hours in the temple, you will reach fort by 1400 hrs, enjoy your lunch and relax. In the evening, leave for Sunset Safari where you will be taken in a jeep to explore nearby tribal villages. Bhainsrorgarh’s proximity to the Chambal River has resulted in a picturesque landscape dotted with small villages. A ride through the countryside in an open four-by-four takes you through farms of wheat and mustard, typical villages under local governance and a tribal village which continue to live without electricity. The drive that takes you over half an hour from the fort finally ends near the village of Balapura that rests by the edge of a reservoir. Enjoy evening snack and munches during sunset hour, perfect to breathe in the tranquility of a sunset in the countryside.After spending 2 hours in the temple, you will reach fort by 1400 hrs, enjoy your lunch and relax. In the evening, leave for Sunset Safari where you will be taken in a jeep to explore nearby tribal villages. Overnight stay at resort in Bhainsrorgarh (Meals included- Breakfast at Ranthambore, Lunch and Dinner at Bhainsrorgarh)

Experience country boating in the river for about 1 hour 15 minutes. You can also opt for relaxing yourself in the fort. After breakfast, check out by 1130 hrs. and depart to Bera which is known as heaven for Leopards (8 hour drive). Snacks/Meal en route to Udaipur or packed meal can also be arranged from Bhainsrorgarh Fort. During the boat ride, boatmen will take you around the island in the Chambal river and to tributary of the Chambal called the Bamani River along the Fort wall which is partially submerged in water. Tea and coffee will be served on board. In the evening you reach Bera and check-in at resort. You have an overnight stay at resort in Bera. (Meals included- Breakfast at Bhainsrorgarh, Lunch en route and Dinner at Bera)

Next two days, you will be spending in safaris; all morning and evening. Mornings will start early, where you will leave for open jeep safari in the nearby areas. Explore nearby hillocks in search of the most elusive cat, Leopard along with a glimpse of local village culture. After returning to resort from morning safari, have breakfast and freshen up. Bera is a small village hidden in the centre of Rajasthan. It has considerable number of Leopards but few tourists. This translates into less human interference – something animals like – thereby making it easier for animals to step out of their homes. Bera is the perfect example of peaceful cohabitation of a man and animals. Each practices the adage “live and let live” and respects the boundaries set by the other. During one of the Safari, you will also get an opportunity to visit Jawai dam and river, located close to Bera village. Some of the biggest crocodiles are found in this lake formed by the dam. Other animals and birds that have been spotted here include: Blue Bulls, Hyenas, Graylag Goose Pelicans, Indian Grey Mongoose, Large cuckoo shrike and many more. After lunch, relax for some time and leave for evening safari. Return to the resort and time for your leisure. Overnight stay at resort in Bera (Meals included- Breakfast Lunch and Dinner at Bera)

After breakfast, check-out from the resort and leave for Udaipur (3 hours’ drive). Reach Udaipur, check-in at resort. Post lunch you may go for local sightseeing. Formally called as Mewar, Udaipur is known as City of Palaces. This city lets you relive the era of royalty and an experience hard to forget. Below are must see places in ‘Udaipur’. City Palace: Rajasthan’s largest palaces and architectures will bound you being awestruck. Founded by Maharaja Udai Singh II, this palace now has two authentic ‘Palace Hotel’ and the ‘City Palace Museum’. Crystal Gallery: The gallery showcases the crystal collection of the Royal family, which is probably hailed as the only private collection of crystal in the world. This collection constitutes everything from dinner sets, perfume bottles, furniture and even the only crystal bed in the world! Lake Pichola and Fateh Sagar Lake: Udaipur’s most popular man-made lakes and the panorama is commendable. Boats depart from various ghats for a ride along the waters. Jagmandir and Jagniwas on Lake Pichola are islands, which now hold luxury hotels and are open for visitors. The city palace stands on Jagniwas Island. Monsoon Palace: As the name suggest, this was the royal home for the monsoon season and is also known as SajjanGarh. Perched high on a hill, it is an ideal popular sunset point due to its magnificent view of the city. Bagore ki Haveli: Constructed by the Prime minister of Mewar, this architectural splendor has been converted to a museum. Inside the Haveli are more than 100 rooms, courtyards, terraces with frescoes and fine mirror work of the Rajput era. It also has a puppet gallery and turban collection with world’s biggest turban. Every night a puppet show and folk dance performance is held there. Make sure you don’t miss that! You have an overnight stay at resort in Udaipur (Meals included- Breakfast at Bera and Dinner at Udaipur)

Another morning in this beautiful city where you can explore few more interesting places. Shilpigram: It is a rural art and crafts village, located 3 kms away from the city. It was set up by the government and showcases Rajasthan’s rural life and traditions along with some other states. Every year in the month of December, the craftsmen holds brilliant must watch fair. Shopping: Udaipur is famous for miniature paintings done on paper, wood, cloth and stone. Silver jewelry, papier-mâché, block printed clothes, wooden and stone statues are also on offer. You should also visit Government run ‘Rajasthani’ store. Check-out from the resort. Take a flight back to Delhi. We believe, you had an exciting and memorable journey with us. We are sure, you have had taken some beautiful captures in your camera to share with your loved ones.

The Taj Mahal remains closed for tourists on every Friday. Therefore, choose dates in such a way that day 2 of this itinerary shouldn’t be a Friday. The activities mentioned above in the itinerary, will be conducted during the trip and are subject to changes as per the unforeseen natural reason. Above itinerary is subject to change at the time of operation due to any unforeseen reason, keeping the best interest of a traveler, however all the services possible that time will be provided according to the situation. Forest Department can cancel / change safari booking at any point of time. Safari timings and duration will differ according to different seasons and destination. 1 Night at Bhainsrorgarh can be replaced with another resort such as Castle Bijapur or other hotels (near Chittorgarh) for comparatively lesser budget requirement. Activities for that day will vary accordingly. A list of suggested items to pack is included in the pre-departure guidebook that will be mailed to you after the time of booking confirmation.


Destination No. of Nights
Delhi One
Ranthambore Three
Bharatpur One
Chambal Two
Chittorgarh One
Bera Three
Udaipur One


Day Place Meals
1 Delhi NA
2 Delhi, Agra and Chambal Y
3 Chambal Y
4 Chambal and Bharatpur Y
5 Bharatpur and Ranthambore Y
6 Ranthambore Y
7 Ranthambore Y
8 Ranthambore and Bhainsrorgarh Y
9 Bhainsrorgarh and Bera Y
10 Bera Y
11 Bera Y
12 Bera and Udaipur Y
13 Udaipur and Delhi Y


“Y” Meal is included at resort/hotel, “P” Packed Meal, “W” on the way,  “N” Meal not included, “NA” Not Applicable

Four jungle safaris (exclusive or shared) in Ranthambore and four jungle safaris in Bera. All safaris will be in 4X4 open jeep
Rickshaw ride and nature walk in Keoladeo Ghana National Park with expert naturalist.
1 boat safari at Chambal
1 boat ride at Bhainsrorgarh
All safari charges, forest fees, guides fees

One Air conditioned Toyota Innova for ground transfers for:
Day 1: Delhi Airport, sightseeing (if possible) and drop at Railway Station. From Jaipur Station to Hotel
Full time cab from Delhi Airport (day 2) till drop atBharatpur (day 4).
Day 5 :Bharatpur to Ranthambore
Day 8 :Ranthambore to Bhainsrorgarh
Day 9 :Bhainsrorgarh to Bera
Day 12 :Bera to Udaipur
Day 13 :Sightseeing (as per the itinerary) and Hotel to Airport

Other Inclusions

  • 3 litres of Bottled water every day per person during the activities such as – safari, nature walk, during ground transfers (except at the lodge / resort)
  • Entry fees to visit The Taj Mahal at Agra
  • English speaking guide for Agra sightseeing (as per the itinerary)
  • Entry fees to visit monuments atUdaipur
  • English speaking guide for Udaipursightseeing(as per the itinerary)
  • All Applicable taxes


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