Brief Event Description
|Event Organiser||Go Wild|
|Pickup Time||10:30 a.m|
|Things to Carry||NA|
|Itinerary||Day1 : Depart from Pune to Mumbai at 10:30 hrs. Reach Mumbai and board the train at 16:50 hrs. Day2 : Arrive in Delhi at 07:00 hrs, and proceed ahead to Bharatpur. Reach by 09:00 hrs and check-in into the hotel. Post breakfast spend the whole day at the Keoladeo Ghana National Park. Here we take a ride in the cycle rickshaw across the park. Overnight stay at Bharatpur. Day3 : Whole day at Keoladeo Ghana National Park. Overnight at resort. Day4 : Leave early morning for Dholpur. Visit the palace and then proceed towards Chambal. Explore the diverse ecosystem of Chambal on a Chambal Safari. Back to Bharatpur for dinner. Day5 : Wake up early and leave for half day at the the Keoladeo Ghana National Park. Return to the resort and post lunch leave for Mathura. Board the 17:12 hrs train. Day6: Reach Mumbai by 08:10 hrs. Proceed ahead for Pune. Reach by noon. Includes : 1. Railway Journey by 3 Tier A.C Both way. 2. Internal Transportation. 3. Accommodation during Camp. 4. Open Gypsy Safari Charges. 5. Camera Charges. 6. Guide Charges. 7. Entry Charges. 8. Food during the Camp and other Sightseeing charges. Excludes : 1. Food during Railway Journey. 2. Any Other Personal Expenses. Terms & Conditions 1. By paying booking amounts you may reserve your seat. The rest of the amount has to be paid atleast 2 weeks prior to departure. 2. GO WILD reserves the rights to cancel / alter any of the above mentioned program if required without prior intimation to the participants.|
|Instructions & Guidelines||NA|
Bharatpur, once home of the valorous Jat kings, is now well renowned as the ‘Ornithologist’s Paradise’. A world heritage site, Keoladeo Ghana National Park is one of the world’s major wintering areas for large number of aquatic birds. A distinguished avifauna sanctuary, Keoladeo is home to thousands of migratory waterfowls. The Pride of Keoladeo- Sarus cranes, bar headed geese, grey heron, painted storks etc. are among the noted species observed. Exploring the park in a cycle rickshaw is an experience one would cherish forever. Remains of the impregnable fortifications like Lohgarh fort, Deeg fort give us an insight of the architecture of that era. The red stone palace at Dholpur is another architectural marvel. Famous for its ravines and badland topography, Chambal a place yet to be explored is now recognized as an Eco Tourism spot. National Chambal Sanctuary is a haven for gharials, endangered Indian skimmer, nilgai wolves, and chinkaras.