Jungle Travels India
Walking Safari in Kaziranga National Park
Walking Safari in Kaziranga National Park and Nameri Tiger Reserve
Fixed Departure Dates: 5th Dec 2013 - 11th Dec 2013 (6 Nights/7 Days)
The Kaziranga National Park (a World Heritage Site) and the Nameri National Park (also a Project Tiger Reserve) are two of the best nature reserves for wildlife and birding enthusiasts in North Eastern India. We are introducing Walking Safaris to these two National Parks for the first time to enhance our guests’ wildlife experience and to offer a closer interaction with nature as well as the local culture.
During our Walking Safaris our guests will visit many tourist-free areas of the Parks where wilderness experience is at its very best. Though the main theme of this wildlife tour is walking safaris inside nature reserves, the program also includes the fun of the jeep safaris on designated routes and elephant rides in Kaziranga National Park, rafting on the serene Jia Bhoreli River flowing through the Nameri National Park, drive through the plains of rural Assam and visits to tribal villages. While we enjoy luxurious stay at the beautiful Diphlu River Lodge, we will also stay at a modest jungle camp in Nameri National Park. Our fixed departure, small group
Walking Safaris operates from November to March when the weather is comfortable and National Parks are at its best, especially with the arrival of the migratory birds from as far as Siberia. All our safaris are accompanied by knowledgeable local naturalists, Forest Rangers and English speaking escorts.