Experience a jungle safari! The nature tour takes place at the first national park established in the country. It opened in 1973 and covers 932 square miles. During the overnight stays, it is best to remember the best viewing of the wildlife depends on their daily schedules which usually involves early mornings and late afternoons.
You will have opportunities to see many of the 43 species of mammals, 45 species of amphibians and reptiles and numerous species of plants. The park focuses on protecting vulnerable and endangered animals such as the one-horned rhinoceros. Have your camera ready for a snapshot of a tiger, gaur, wild elephant, four-horned antelope, leopard, hog deer, crocodile, cobra and many, many more exciting creatures.
Bird lovers will be delighted to spot a giant hornbill, black stork or a Bengal florican among the 450 species of birds in the park. Best times for bird watching is March through December.
Upon arrival to the region, your prearranged guide will transfer you to the resort. You will receive a briefing about the park and your stay before having lunch. After lunch, you will be taken on an elephant safari and jungle walk. Enjoy the scenery of your surroundings with a boat ride on a river within the resort. A delightful traditional local meal will be prepared for a late supper after your adventure.
A very early morning wake-up call will be followed by a quick cup of tea or coffee before leaving on a jungle walk and elephant safari. This is a prime time to bird watch as well. You will return to the lodge for breakfast before your next journey.
Walk off your energy from breakfast with a 45 minute tour through the grassland and forest on the Crocodile Walk. Don’t worry, you will be on a boat to observe the crocodiles along the shore as you are guided back to the lodge for lunch.
Explore all afternoon with a visit to the observation tower with a nature walk and boat ride. There will be another chance to enjoy another elephant safari and jungle walk as well. Another wonderful meal will be provided before retiring for the night.
Another early morning rise will allow you to view more animals and birds as they start their day. The jungle walk and elephant safari will be followed by breakfast before departure from the park.