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Mid-November to Early April

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Nameri Tiger Reserve 3 Nights / 4 Days

Summary

Nameri is located north of the Brahmaputra in a transition zone between the swampy plains of the Terai and the extremely high biodiversity Eastern Himalaya. The fine extent of moist deciduous and evergreen forest here is contiguous with Pakke Tiger Reserve in Arunachal Pradesh - a vast protected reservoir of excellent birdlife typical of this transitional zone and an abundance of other flora and fauna. Nameri’s 350 plus birds include a number of forest species and rarities like White-winged Duck, Ibisbill, Wreathed and Rufous-necked Hornbills, Blue-eared Kingfisher, Blue-naped Pitta, Silver-breasted Broadbill, Slender-billed Oriole, Sultan Tit, White-browed Shortwing and brilliant raptors (including Amur Falcon, Oriental Hobby and Black and Jerdon’s Bazas) to name but a few. A number of mammals, including Elephant, Tiger and Capped Langur are found here, but are typically difficult to see in these dense forests.

Itinerary Outline

  • Day 1: AM transfer from Guwahati, Assam.
  • Day 2: Three days spent exploring the forests and rivers/swamps on foot and rubber rafts primarily for the bird specialities of Nameri
  • Day 4: Checkout after morning activity. PM arrival in Guwahati, Assam

Facilities

Accommodation: : Comfortable accommodation in and quaint plantation bungalow particularly noted for its close-to-nature location and set-up to host keen nature enthusiasts
Food: : Largely pan-Indian with a few international dishes
Transport: : Road transfers in MUV’s
Difficulty level: : Easy to moderate for hikes in uneven, mountainous terrain
Dates : TBA
Please note that we can customise schedule for independent travel
Costs : TBC
Price inclusions : Transfers and Transport, ex-Guwahati / Accommodation / Food / Naturalist cum Tour Leader / Local Guide / Safaris / Activity Charges / Entrance Fees

Terms & Conditions

  1. Maximum group size for these tours is 6.
  2. Tour costs are per person based on twin sharing basis ex-Guwahati and is all inclusive (transport, accommodation, food, personnel and all taxes and fees). Personnel includes an experienced naturalist/tour leader and resource persons locally. Alcoholic beverages, porter charges, laundry and ala carte snacks are extra. Please check with us on specific items are included in the published tour costs.
  3. Bookings are confirmed only upon full payment of the tour cost and at least one month in advance from the proposed departure date
  4. Our preferred mode of payment is through electronic transfers into our bank account. Relevant details will be provided to you once you are ready to make the payment. Alternatively we accept demand drafts/cheques in the currency of your choice.
  5. If you are paying in foreign currency, we might have apply a currency surcharge on the published rates, if the INR appreciates against your currency at the time of payment.
  6. In the unlikely event in which we are forced to cancel the tour we will refund you the entire booking amount. In case we are unable to conduct the tour due to circumstances beyond our control (for e.g. forces of nature, political conditions), we will make every effort to refund as much of the booking amount as possible.
  7. In case you to cancel your booking more than one month in advance from the tour date, we will refund at least 50% of the tour cost (assuming tour costs are fully paid). The precise refund beyond this will be dependent on the refund policies of our travel partners that we use on tour. In case you cancel your booking less than 1 month from the start of the tour, we will refund 10% of your booking amount

FYI and Guidelines

  1. India’s northeast, including the areas we visit have sporadic instances of separatist violence. However, Kaziranga is typically safe for tourists, as evidenced by thousands that visit here, without incident, every year. We will keep you duly informed if local conditions are not safe around our travel dates.
  2. Weather & Clothing: Updates closer to the dates of travel.
  3. Typically birds and animals will be seen at distances where binoculars would be useful for observing them. Although we will have a pair or two binoculars to share among the group, please also carry your own optics for more timely viewing.
  4. It is best to wear earthy colored clothing to blend into the environment.
  5. A hat and sunblock are highly recommended.
  6. Please carry a small torch and insect/mosquito repellents.
  7. Please bring essential medication with you, since the local outlets will not always carry what you are looking for. Do check with your doctor on medication and medical safety before you travel to the region.