Bi-monthly Programme January-February 2017
Vol. 5, Issue 1.
ONE DAY PROGRAMMES
15th Jan Flamingo Watch at Sewri Mudflats
22nd Jan Karnala Bird Sanctuary
29th Jan Nature Trail at Nagla Forest
5th Feb Shilonda Trail - Sanjay Gandhi National Park
12th Feb Bat and Bird Trail at Elephanta Island
19th Feb Flamingo Watch at Sewri Mudflats
26th Feb Flamingo Watch at Sewri Mudflats
February Marine Camp at Lakshadweep Batch I
March Marine Camp at Lakshadweep Batch II
Wild Assam – Gibbon Sanctuary, Kaziranga, Nameri National Park
April Great Himalayan National Park
May Agumbe Reserve Forest
Corbett National Park and Nainital (Sattal & Pangot)
Tadoba National Park
June Bandhavgarh National Park
African Safari - Tanzania
Come and explore the wildlife of Northern Tanzania, also known as the “prime game viewing country”. Witness the spectacle of African wildlife in Tanzania. Watch the dust rise and feel your heart pound as herds of over a million Wildebeest and Zebra thunder across your path on the great migration. Masai Giraffe, Thomson's Gazelle, Cheetah, Striped and Spotted Hyaena, and many more wild animals roam the savannah. Tanzania provides the best opportunity to see distinctive African animals like African Lion, Cheetah, Eland, and Kudu, and birds such as Secretary Bird, African Fish-eagle, Lilac-breasted Roller, Superb Starling, Vulturine and Crested Guineafowl, Southern Ground Hornbill, Kori Bustard, and Red-billed Hornbill. Other attractions are Nile Crocodile and the largest land animal, the African Elephant.
Serengeti, Tanzania’s largest and most famous national park, the Mecca of wildlife lovers, is truly a wildlife paradise. Experience the thrill of exploring the endless plains of Serengeti and witness extensive herds of Wildebeest and Zebra. The largest bird in the world, Common Ostrich, can also be seen here.
Ngorongoro Crater is one of the best places to see the Critically Endangered Black Rhinoceros, Serval, Wildebeest, African Elephant, Cape Buffalo, and African Lion at close range.
Tarangire National Park is the sixth largest park in Tanzania and is famous for the large number of elephants that can be seen here. It is also a good place to spot the uncommon Yellow-collared Lovebird. Tarangire is famous for its population of tree climbing lions.
Dates: 4th – 12th March 2017 (Ex-Mumbai)
Group Leader: Mr. Vandan Jhaveri
Camp Fee: Rs 2,55,000/- for members and Rs. 2,56,500/- for others
(Cost calculated as per 1 USD= 67 INR)
1st Installment (non-refundable) Immediate Rs. 50,000/-
2nd Installment Rs. 50,000/-
3rd Installment Rs. 50,000/-
4th Installment Rs. 50,000/-
Final Installment Rs. 55,000/- (Rs. 56,500/- for non members)
Reporting: Participants to meet at 11.30 p.m. on 4th March, 2017 at Mumbai International Airport, group will return to Mumbai on 12th March, 2017 early morning.
Camp fee includes:
Economy Class Air tickets
Visa and processing charges
Full board accommodation as per itinerary
One litre Bottled water per day
All park entrance fees
Travel insurance for participants aged up to 70 years
Safari /trails as per itinerary
Camp fee excludes:
Food and drinks not on the group menu
Any sightseeing not mentioned in the itinerary
Expenses of a personal nature, e.g. laundry, telephone calls etc
Camera charges if applicable
Tips and gratuities
Services other than those specified in “Camp fee includes”
Note:The cost has been calculated @ 1 USD = 67 INR, with minimum 16 participants travelling together. Your passport should be valid for 6 months from the last day of the camp.
* Note: -
● If you are registering for any of the programmes, it is assumed that you have read and agreed to all the Rules and Guidelines.
● Rules and Guidelines for BNHS programmes are available on our website: www.bnhs.org.
● If you are booking a flight for any camp, it is highly recommended to book refundable tickets.
● All the surplus generated through the activities of the programme department are utilized for conservation of wildlife.
● It is also recommended to take travel insurance when traveling for any camp.