Kolkata - Kaziranga - Tezpur - Barpeta - Manas - Guwahati - Delhi Tour

06 Nights / 07 Days
Arrive - Kolkata

Arrive Kolkata Shikhar Travel's Representative will receive you at the airport and will transfer you to hotel for overnight stay.

Day 2: Kolkata - Guwahati - Kaziranga

Fly to Guwahati and then drive to Kaziranga. Upon arrival, check-in at Jungle Lodge for overnight stay.

Day 3: Kaziranga

Early morning at 0630 Hrs. proceed for an hour of Elephant Ride inside Kaziranga National Park. Post ride return to lodge for breakfast. Afterwards proceed for the a Jeep Safari to the Western Range of the Park (It takes near about 25 minutes to reach the entrance of this Range(The route traverses the southwest portion of the park. This range has maximum short grass areas and is the optimum habitat for Rhino and Water Buffalo. Representative perennialox-bow lakes surrounded by marshy Haemarthia compressa stands can be seen. Part of the drive is also through Low Alluvial Savannah Woodland. A round of the entire circuit is around 20 km. High herbivore densities around these wetlands are characteristic of the habitat). Return to your lodge for lunch. Post lunch, we will take you to another Jeep Safari to the Eastern (Agaratuli) Range (Situated towards the eastern part of the park. The area is excellent for birding. Includes nesting of the globally threatened Pallas's Fish Eagle and a colony of Spot-billed Pelicans. Migrant waterfowl may be observed at Sohola Beel. Various woodland birds can be seen along the drive through very scenic Dillenia Swamp Forest.Elephants may be encountered, as well Water Buffalo and Swamp Deer). Evening return to your hotel for dinner and overnight stay.

Day 4: Kaziranga - Tezpur - Barpeta - Manas

Post breakfast drive down to Manas National Park ( Bordering Bhutan and formed by the watershed of the Manas, Hakua and the Beki rivers, the Manas National Park is the only Tiger Reserve in Assam. It has a wealth of wildlife and is picturesque. Twenty species of birds (including the rare Bengal florican) and animals that figure in the highly endangered list of IUCN (International Union for Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources) red data book make these jungles their home. Migratory birds come here during winter and fly back at the onset of summer. Along the river banks one can spot water birds such as mergansers, Brahminy ducks and egrets. The park covers an area of 2,840 km, but its core area is 360 km. While tiger sighting is rare, you might just catch sight of the golden langur, the Asiatic buffalo, wild bison, wild dog (dhole), otter and civet. The rare red pandas are also found here but on the Bhutan side. The park has eastern Himalayan moist mixed deciduous forests. The eastern alluvial grassland also covers a major portion of the park. These grassland are grazing grounds for many herbivores). Upon arrival check-in at your Jungle Lodge for dinner and overnight stay.

Day 5: Manas

Early morning proceed for an Elephant Ride in Manas National Park. Tea/Coffee and Cookies would be provided during your ride inside the jungle. Later return to Lodge for breakfast. Post breakfast, proceed for a Jeep Safari to Mathanguri - Uchila Road (The road cuts through woodland cover and savannah and grassland patches. Sighting of animals in Manas is not as good as in Kaziranga but the diversity of the habitat is very high). Return to your lodge for lunch. Post lunch, visit one of the nearby Villages to see the culture and tradition of the Bodo Tribe . Later in the afternoon, return to your lodge. Evening enjoy a traditional Bodo Dance performed by local artists. Dinner and overnight at your lodge.

Day 6: Manas - Guwahati

Morning after breakfast, we would take you to a guided walk to Mathanguri Point on the Bhutan Side (Walks are allowed on Bhutan side, ford the river to move to the Bhutan for sighting golden langurs.The range of these species is limited to areas around Manas and only 40 km west of it.The Mathanguri point is one of the most beautiful points in the entire national park). Post lunch drive down to Guwahati (Guwahati, the capital city of the northeastern state of Assam, was formerly known as Pragjyotishpur (The City of Eastern Light). Its etymological root is derived from two Assamese words, "Guwa," meaning areca nut and "Haat," meaning market. Couched between the picturesque hills of the eastern flanks of the Himalayan mountain range, Guwahati houses the political capital of the state, Dispur. The gateway to the seven other north-eastern states, Guwahati is a vital tourist link point, besides being an attraction in itself). Upon arrival, check-in at your hotel. After a short rest, we will take you for an Assame Speciality Dinner at one of the Finest Local Restaurants. After dinner, return to your hotel for overnight stay.

Day 7: Guwahati - Delhi

Check-out after breakfast and proceed for a guided sightseeing of Kamakhya Temple (Kamakhya temple on Nilachal Hill, eight km west of the city is believed to be an ancient 'Khasi' sacrificial site. It has been a part and parcel of Assamese life and culture from ancient times. The temple dedicated to the Goddess Kamakshya is one of the oldest and most sacred centre for Shakti worship and Tantric Hinduism). Afterwards, we will transfer you to airport to board flight to Delhi (Flight leaves at 1315 Hrs. / Arrives at 1650 Hrs.). Spend the rest of the day free for independent activities and last minute shopping. Later in the evening our representative escorts you to the International Airport to board flight for onward destination.