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Explore Wildlife In Dandeli

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Tour details
Destinations: Pune, Mumbai, Londa
Guide language: English
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About the Activity:

 

 

  • This camp is a unique combination of trekking, adventure and wildlife.
  • Embark on a thrilling night safari into the Dandeli forest.
  • While birding, be on the lookout for the huge Indian Pied Hornbills flying across.
  • Enjoy the enthralling evening trek in the forest in search of nocturnal life.
  • Visit the spectacular Syntheri Rocks, and partake in Kayaking and river crossing!



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Day 1 -

Report at LTT in Mumbai at 08.00 AM, or at Pune railway station at 12.00 PM to catch the Hubli Express to Londa.

Get transferred to Dandeli.

 

Day 2 -

 

Embark on night safari to explore the forest, and identify birds by their calls.

 

Day 3 -

 

Go for a thrilling evening trek in the forest in search of nocturnal life, and take a nice walking trek though the forest.

 

Day 4 -

 

Visit the spectacular Syntheri Rocks.

Enjoy Kayaking and river crossing.

Depart from resort after lunch, and reach Londa station to board (17317) Hubli LTT Exp. at 5.30 PM.

 

Day 5 -

 

Arrive Pune Railway station at 02.50 AM, and Mumbai LTT by 07.00 AM.


AC Cottage
Veg
All Meals Included
Sightseeing
Kayaking
River crossing
Services of instructors and other resource persons
Sleeper class train travel from Mumbai/ Pune – Londa – Pune/ Mumbai
Identity Card
Itinerary is subject to change without notice.

All tour descriptions and conditions are given in accordance with the information of Thrillophilia
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