Birds and Beasts

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October - March




08 days

10-12 Persons


We are from the nature & we ought to love it & live with it in absolute harmony admiring & appreciating all forms of life. As responsible travel hosts, it is our endeavor at Banjaaray to not only showcase the rich treasure trove of the wild that planet India is blessed with but also raise the awareness about preserving this bio-diversity & harmony between man & the wild. This tour is an excellent opportunity for nature lovers as well as photographers who get so much on a platter. While you ride rickshaws in the streets of old Delhi, you feel serenaded by the innumerable colors & sights of Jaipur, invoke love & passion at the legendary Taj mahal & feed your senses to the melody of Birds & majesty of the beasts in the wild. Gird up your loins for an eventful voyage…

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Day 01 Arrival in Delhi

You arrive in Delhi today on your own. We shall receive you at the airport exit. Assist you to the waiting coach/vehicle & transfer to your hotel. Check in & relax. Move over to the more urban, glamorous New Delhi or The Lutyen’s Delhi in the afternoon. See the Humayun’s Tomb (Precursor to Taj Mahal), Qutab Minar (The tallest Victory Tower of the Muslim Empire), Lotus Temple (Bahai Faith, closed on Mondays) & the Birla temple. Return to your hotel for overnight stay.

About Delhi

India capital city is the capital of India is a historical city, attracting the tourists from across the globe. Old Delhi has many historical monuments and temples that are delightful to watch. Cosmopolitan hotels, shopping, and fine restaurants abound. Delhi also offers a glimpse into the real India: the labyrinthine street bazaars of Old Delhi, and the temples and monuments of Indian’s chequered colonial past. In the deepest sense, from Old Delhi’s Red fort and Jama Masjid mosque to New Delhi’s chic art galleries and nightclubs, Delhi is a profoundly Indian city.

Have dinner at the hotel & retire for the night.



Day 02 Delhi (Culture & History)

Sightseeing commences after you have had your breakfast at the hotel. You experience rickshaw ride in the bustling Chandni chowk opposite the illustrious red fort. Walk to one of the largest spice wholesale markets of Asia winding your way through narrow lanes & by lanes. Savor the famous Paranthas in the illustrious food street. See hundreds of locals, walk alongside & greeting you with a smile. Visit Jam Masjid that witnesses the largest congregation of people on Friday for prayers. Move over to the other side of the road & see the historic Red Fort.



Day 03 Delhi (Bird Watching Special)

You enjoy a leisurely breakfast at your hotel. Afterwards you leave for the first of your Bird watching experiences with a visit to the Okhla bird sanctuary in the South of Delhi. You shall be accompanied by a well experienced naturalist to see birds of all hues & colors. On the map for over 70 years now, the Okhla Bird Sanctuary is a protected area that sees migratory birds flock to its rich marshy canvas in thousands. These birds use this territory as a staging post for their migration as it provides large space and suitable habitat and food on its banks. After a good 3-4 hours of bird watching, you reach back to your vehicle.

Now you visit the impressive Akshardham Temple on the banks of Yamuna River. The literal meaning of Akshardham is eternal, divine abode of the supreme God, the abode of eternal values and virtues. You can have lunch at the food complex here inside the temple complex. In the evening you enjoy a water show that depicts transcending of life from Birth till death in the most impressive & heat touching manner. Return to your hotel for Dinner & overnight stay.



Days 04 & 05 Delhi – Jaipur (265 kms, 4-5 hrs)

Leave for the Pink city today. Upon arrival you check into your hotel. After some rest, you leave for an excursion of the city. We have compiled a list of the worth seeing spots in Jaipur which you can explore during your two days stay here. These are listed below:-

City Palace:

This grand edifice which also includes the Chandra Mahal and Mubarak Mahal palaces and other buildings is a palace complex in Jaipur, built between 1729 and 1732, initially by Sawai Jai Singh the ruler of Amber. He planned and built the outer walls, and later additions were made by successive rulers continuing up to the 20th century. The architects achieved a rare fusion of the Shilpa Shastra of Indian architecture with Rajput, Mughal and European styles of architecture blended into one.

Hawa Mahal (Palace of Winds)

This building was created especially for the women folk of the Maharaja clan of those times. From the numerous windows & air inlets of the structure the Maharajah’s wives would spy the daily life of Jaipur hidden by the lattice work screens.

Jantar Mantar

A collection of astronomical observation instruments and calculations of the of the ancient India masters of Jyotishis is what this World Heritage site has to offer. Built by the Rajput King Sawai Jai Singh, this observatory consists of fourteen major geometric devices for measuring time, predicting eclipses, tracking stars’ location as the earth orbits around the sun, ascertaining the declinations of planets, and determining the celestial altitudes and related ephemerides. Highly recommended for visit

Amber Fort

Also known as Amer Fort & situated on the outskirts of Jaipur town, it is one of the most famous forts in whole of Rajasthan. It was originally the capital of the state before Jaipur got bestowed with this title. Constructed in the 16th century by the then Raja Jai Singh in red sandstone and marble, it is an imposing structure atop the hillock overlooking Jaipur & adjoining areas. You can ride an elephant up the path to the main compound. You can also see the ‘Shila Devi’ Temple and the ‘Ganesh Pol’ inside the premises that is thronged by hundreds of visitors each day. Do not miss the great durbar Hall & other pavilions. Watch the sunset over Jaipur from the Sun Temple here.

Other places of interest are Albert Museum (Named after Price Albert Edward, this massive structure in stone is a fitting tribute to the indefatigable Indian Artisan & his workmanship).

Jal Mahal ( This water palace is a part of the Man Sagar Lake & a complete makeover of the ancient place done by Maharaja Jai Singh of Jaipur in the 18th century. You can see this lake surrounded by two hills on the sides which are itself a part of the great Aravalis)

Heritage Walk (Recommended)

This tour is very different & full of unexpected sights and surprises. You shall pamper your senses with Unforgettable images of men & women, young & old engaged animatedly in their daily work in the lanes & by lanes of this city. Though quite a modern city yet Jaipur has not lost its old charm and is a stunning example of India’s rich cultural & historical legacy. At one end of this walk you shall see metal making experts work with their traditional tools & on the other you get to see the Sarvajanik Kuan or The Public well, the spot where ladies used to gather in ancient times over some chit chat while drawing water from the well. From tie & dye textile facilities to Earthen ware, from ancient Johri bazaar (goldsmiths market) to spicy street food, you savor this all during this heritage walk.

Hotel: TBA

Meals provided today: Breakfast, Lunch at a local restaurant, Dinner.

Day 06 Jaipur – Ranthambore (170 kms, 3-4 hrs)

After early morning breakfast at the hotel, you drive to the Ranthambore National Park. Upon arrival you check into your hotel / Camp/lodge. As one of the largest national parks, that used to be the hunting grounds of the Maharajas of Jaipur, is located in the Sawai Madhopur district of south eastern, Rajasthan & spanning 130 km from Jaipur. The entire park is made of hill crests which descend to open valleys between the Aravallis and Vindhya ranges, dotted with water pools and fruit trees, this park gets its name from the thousand year old fortress, which looms above the forest. Well known for the diurnal activity of tigers. Sambar, cheetal, chinkara, nilgai and languor, the elusive leopard and Royal Bengal Tigers are main mammals found in this reserve. The main attraction of this park is The Royal Bengal Tiger. You need to stay here minimum 3 nights to have better chances of seeing the Tiger in the jungle. In the afternoon you enjoy a private safari in a four wheel jeep along with a natuuralist in the game reserve. Return to your lodge for Dinner & overnight stay.

Hotel: TBA

Meals provided today: Breakfast, Lunch at a local restaurant, Dinner.

Day 07 Ranthambore

In the morning after a hot cup of tea / coffee, enjoy a game drive in to the national park with your naturalist. You need to be really patient to have a good wildlife experience. Again in the afternoon, you visit the Ranthambore Fort, from which the park gets its name. Another safari awaits you in the evening. Dinner and overnight at the Hotel/ Camp/lodge;

Hotel: TBA

Meals provided today: Breakfast, Lunch at a local restaurant, Dinner.

Day 08 Ranthambore

In the morning after a hot cup of tea / coffee, go on a gaming drive in the national park with your naturalist. You need to be really persevering to have a good wildlife experience. Again another evening game viewing into the national park by jeep with your naturalist; Dinner and overnight at Hotel / Camp;

Hotel: TBA

Meals provided today: Breakfast, Lunch at a local restaurant, Dinner.

Day 09 Ranthambore – Bharatpur (Gaming + Train ride)

First up in the morning you enjoy a nature walk around the park with your naturalist. Return to hotel /camp/lodge and enjoy breakfast before checking out. You will then be transferred to the railway station to board a train to Bharatpur. We meet with you at the station & escort you to your hotel.

About Bhartapur

Bharatpur also known as “the Keoladeo Ghana National Park” is a very popular bird sanctuary & one of the finest bird sanctuaries in Asia. It boasts of over 400 species of water birds. Once the hunting ground of the ruler of Bharatpur is today a protected breeding ground for many birds including the Siberian crane that spends its winter here. It is spread over 40 Sq kms of swampy lightly wooden terrain. Colonies of cormorants, spoonbills, storks, egrets, herons, pelicans, ibis and grey herons can be spotted all over the park, besides a fairly rich habitation of deer, wild boars, foxes and snakes. Afternoon you will driven to the Bird Sanctuary gate. Here you can either hike into the sanctuary or hire rickshaw to explore the sanctuary. Earlier boats were the main mode of exploring the sanctuary, but due to the scarcity of water in recent times, it has stopped. Dinner and overnight at lodge at Bharatpur.

Hotel: TBA

Meals provided today: Breakfast, Lunch at a local restaurant, Dinner.

Day 10, Bharatpur – Agra (55 kms, 1 ½ hrs)

Early morning explore the bird sanctuary by rickshaw with your naturalist. Later return to hotel for breakfast. Check out of hotel and drive to Agra en route visiting the Fatehpur Sikri, a world heritage site, built by Emperor Akbar in 1569 to commemorate the birth of his son and later abandoned due to scarcity of water. Visit the remains. Its fortifications within the city including Jama Masjid, Tomb of Salim Chisti, Panch Mahal and other palaces. On arrival at Agra check into your hotel for overnight stay.

Day 11 Agra - Delhi – Departure (230kms, 3-4 hrs)

Early morning visit the mesmerizing Taj Mahal, constructed from marble and inlaid with jade, crystal and sapphire, it is the epitome of love. It was built by Emperor Shah Jahan in memory of his queen Mumtaz Mahal and is one of the seven wonders of world today. Return to your hotel for breakfast. Later en-route to Delhi, visit the Agra Fort on the bank of River Yamuna made of red sand stone and is a fine example of arts and architecture.

Drive into Delhi where we treat you to a farewell dinner before seeing you off at the international airport.

Your tour ends. Hope to see you again.



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