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WILDERNESS (14 Nights - 15 Days)
  I T I N E R A R Y
DAY 1:
Arrival Bangalore Airport and transfer to hotel. Afternoon sight seeing at Bangalore.
DAY 2:
Drive to Mysore. Check in hotel. Afternoon sight seeing of Mysore and visit Chamundy hills.
DAY 3:
Sight seeing at Ranganathittu Bird Sanctuary. It covers an area of less than 1sq km, but the bird population density is very high. Ranganathittu attained the status of a bird sanctuary in 1940, courtesy of the visions of India's noted ornithologist. Dr. Salim Ali. Who, during his survey of the birds of Mysore, advocated for the establishment of such a sanctuary. The most common birds in the sanctuary are painted storks, spoon bills, white ibises, egrets, herons and partridges. Most of the birds stay on tiny islands within the river, which we can approach by boat.
DAY 4:
After breakfast you will be driven to Mudumalai where you check in at Jungle House. Mudumalai is famous for the Mudumalai sanctuary and Tiger reserve. It houses the Mudumalai National Park created in 1940 and is the first wildlife sanctuary in southern India. It is situated at an elevation of 1000 meters and extends over an area of 321 sq.mts. This sanctuary lies between Kerala and Karnataka states. Late in the evening you will be taken for a Jeep safari through the Mudumalai national park where you can see nature in its fullest glory. Overnight stay at Mudumalai.
DAY 5:
The next day you will be taken for an adventure trip of Mudumalai. Trekking is most enjoyable in this location as the area has a pleasant climate and the scenery is really great. There are plenty of chances to view wild animals like Tiger, Leopard, Indian Gaurs (Bison), deer, and Elephants during your trek. You can engage in other jungle activities such as bird watching, wildlife photography etc.
DAY 6:
Drive to Ooty.Check in hotel. Afternoon Sight seeing Ooty + Toy train + Coonor- Kurumba village.
DAY 7:
Drive to Chinnar. Arrive Chinnar you will welcomed by, your naturalist and the team of eco-guides then they will guide you to the tribal settlement at Champakkad. A two hour long trek will end at this day's camping site at Vasyappara. Camp in a thatched hut at the top of this hill – an ideal place for wildlife viewing and star gazing. Simple vegetarian food is cooked and served by your hosts. Stay overnight in the hut. You are part of a joint patrolling team (local indigenous community + Forest and Wildlife Department) that monitors poaching and illegal logging when you choose this program. Trained tribal guides and an armed park guard accompany you during the trek.
DAY 8:
Wake up early in the morning and move around the camp with your naturalist. After breakfast, trek back to Champakkad. Take a dip in the river Pampar to cool your body. Throughout the trip, an experienced naturalist and trained ecoguides from the local indigenous community will assist you. This program will give you a chance to watch Asiatic elephants and gaurs at a close distance.
DAY 9:
Drive to Munnar. Check in hotel. After visit Eravikulam national park, Mattupetty dam, Devikulam hill station, Tata tea plantations and Eco-point. Overnight stay at Hotel.
DAY 10:
After breakfast drive to Thekkady. Check in hotel. Evening visit the Spice Plantations. Overnight stay at Thekkady.
DAY 11:

This is a conservation oriented hard trek taking up a full day. The trekking starts at 8 o' clock in the morning and ends in the evening.

The route passes through undulating terrains. Altitudinal ranges of 900 meters to 1300 meters will be covered and the trekkers could glimpse the lofty escarpments bordering the park watershed and the vast plains down below. Gaur, sloth bear, elephant, etc. are often sighted along this route apart from birds and butterflies.

DAY 12:
After breakfast drive to Our Land. Check in at Our Land Resort and step into ultimate tranquility. Our Land is an island resort 14 kilometers south of Alappuzha in Kuttanad, also known as the 'rice bowl of Kerala' due to its wealth of paddy crops, one of the few places in the world where farming is done below sea level.

Well known for its avian population, the resort offers a range of bird watching spots for avid bird lovers, and hundreds of birds can be found perching in the trees on the island - the place hosts more than 85 species of birds.

Overnight stay at Our Land Resort.
DAY 13:
Post breakfast you can take walks or cycle along the many pathways along the banks or walk through the rice paddy fields to enjoy the countryside and meet the friendly smiling local people. Or you could utilize the canoe and small boat facilities to sail down the narrow canals.
DAY 14:
Morning drive to Cochin. Check in hotel afternoon sight seeing Cochin. Visit the Dutch Palace, Jewish Synagogue, St. Francis Church and Chinese fishing Nets etc. Evening sunset cruises. Overnight Stay hotel.
DAY 15:
Departure Transfer to Cochin Airport.
Rest of the Year 104550
20 Dec - 10 Jan 111625
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  • Accommodation using 01 Double/Twin as per the above itinerary
  • Daily breakfast
  • Ourland Resort, Kurumba Village on full board basis
  • Sunset cruise and Dolphin Cruise at Kochi
  • Narrow canal cruise at Ourland Resort
  • Trekking at Chinnar
  • Boating at Thekkady
  • Local guide
  • All entrance fee
  • Transportation
  • All applicable taxes
  • Flight tickets
  • Extra meals & Drinks
  • Tips
  • Telephone charges
  • Laundry & other expenses of personal nature

Price applicable only minimum 02 persons travelling together

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