Day 1: Arrive Delhi. Check in the hotel Park or similar. The rest of the day is free to enable you to sample some of Delhi's avian and historical sights, or to just relax and recover after your flight. Typical birds of the city include Black Kite, Laughing and Spotted Doves, Ring-necked Parakeet, Little Swifts, Little Green Bee-eater, Black Drongo, and a variety of shrikes, mynas, bulbuls and babblers. The pretty little Five-striped Palm Squirrel may be seen everywhere.
Day 2: Full day of sightseeing in Delhi. Overnight in the hotel.
Day 3: Today we board a direct train to Jabalpur for Kanha National Park. Overnight in the train.
Day 4: Reach Jabalpur early morning transfer to Hotel Krishna Jabalpur for breakfast. After breakfast we drive to Kanha National park (3 hrs journey) and Check in at The Krishna Jungle Resort. Evening game safari.
Days 5&6: Kanha National Park.
Day 7: After morning safari we drive to Nagpur. Overnight in the hotel at Nagpur.
Day 8: We take a flight from Nagpur to Delhi-Guwahati. Overnight at Wild Grass resort. Situated on the Brahmaputra River, the Kaziranga National Park covers an area of about 430 sq. km. Its swamps and grasslands with tall thickets of elephant grass and patches of evergreen forest support the largest number of rhino in the subcontinent. It was an alarming depletion in their numbers, due to hunting and poaching that led to the conservation of this area in 1926. In 1940, Kaziranga was declared a sanctuary. Herds of barasingha and wild buffalo are to be seen in the marshes. Rhinos browse unconcernedly as the visitors pass by and an occasional herd of elephants or wild boar is also sighted. The grasslands are raptor country and the crested serpent eagle, the Pallas fishing eagle and greyheaded fishing eagle can be seen circling over the marshes. The water-bird variety includes swamp partridge, bar-headed goose, whistling teal, the Bengal florican, storks, herons and even pelicans.
Days 9&10: Kaziranga National Park. There are five kinds of Rhinos found in the world - white rhino, black rhino, Indian rhino, Javan rhino, and Sumatran rhino. The white and black Rhinos are live in Africa, while Indian, Javan and Sumatran are Asian Rhinos, found in Noth Pakistan, Assam in India, Nepal, Bhutan and Bangladesh. The usual weight of an Indian Rhino is 2,000 kg. The one way to distinguish between a an Indian Rhino and an African Rhino is the single horn. Both white and black African Rhinos have two horns. Another distinguishing feature of the Indian Rhinoceros is its skin, which is knobbly and falls into deep folds at its joints, giving a look like the Rhino is wearing a coat of armor.
Day 11: Take a direct flight to Delhi. Reach Delhi and transfer to International airport or check in Hotel if you have booked extra nights.
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