bird watching in agrabharatpur bird sanctuary




If you are a birder, chances are that North India is on your bucket list. The sheer joy of seeing a huge diversity of species and clocking the numbers gets any birder, be it a beginner or a professional, awestruck. The smells, sounds, visuals & experiences of North India are so immersive that when it comes time to leave, you will do it with a vow to come back.

Consider for example the spread that will be served to you – wetlands, rivers, scrublands, forests – from the evergreen sal to the mighty oak and deodars. Then, of course, the Himalayas will have you spellbound, no matter how many breathtaking pictures you have already seen.

To top it all are the ancient monuments, forts & palaces, journeys on Elephants, Camels, Indian Railways, Indian roads, boat & rickshaw rides. It doesn’t stop here, there is a variety of food, people of varied cultures and their smiles that makes one wonder more about this wonderland. And did we mention the range of climates from the downright frigid to the barmy? The good news is that Asian Adventures’ guides are trained and committed to getting you the birding experience of a lifetime. Not just that, they also multi-task to give Birders the Flavours that the two-week journey has to offer. And working behind the scenes is a large team that ensures your safety, security and a seamless, comfortable and uplifting experience. The species that you will see may range from the exotic Sarus Crane in Sultanpur, to a Painted Sandgrouse in Ranthambhore or Tiger Safari in Bandhavgarh, a huge diversity of waterfowl in Bharatpur, Indian Skimmer on Chambal River, Spotted Owlets roosting in the minarets of Taj Mahal, Cheer and Koklas Pheasants in Pangot – the Himalayan region of Nainital, Great Hornbill and Great Slaty Woodpecker of Corbett National Park along with a huge variety of mammals.

The pictures that you create will take you ages to sort out. Each one you edit helping you relive the moments you spent in this region. And planning your next visit.

DEPARTURE/RETURN LOCATION Delhi International Airport
DEPARTURE TIME Please arrive at least 2 hours before the flight.
Airfare Accommodations
2 days cruise Professional guide
Entrance fees
Guide gratuity


  • A large list of bird species of the Himalayan region.
  • Great birding in scrubland, wetlands and Riverine Eco-system.
  • A wide species of other mammals.
  • Tiger Safaris.
  • Himalayan landscapes.
  • Farm fresh Indian spreads.
  • Colonial lodges and camps.
  • Easy birding.
  • Sightseeing of Cultural and Historical sites is possible.
  • The option of visiting the iconic Taj Mahal.
  • Sights of the rich landscape, architecture, and lifestyle of North India.


01 Nov. 2019: Arrive Delhi

02 Nov. 2019: Delhi to Bharatpur via Sultanpur Lake

03 Nov. 2019: Bharatpur

04 Nov. 2019: Day excursion to Chambal & Agra

05 Nov. 2019: Bharatpur to Noida

06 Nov. 2019: Noida to Corbett National Park

07 Nov. 2019: Corbett National Park

08 Nov. 2019: Corbett National Park

09 Nov. 2019: Corbett to Pango

10 Nov. 2019:  Pangot

11 Nov. 2019:   Pangot

12 Nov. 2019:  Pangot to Sat Tal

13 Nov. 2019:  Sat Tal

14 Nov. 2019:  Sat Tal to Delhi

15 Nov. 2019: Departure

Reviews (1)


  1. RAHUL KRISHNA Vice President & Head – Legal Ericsson India Private Limited

    Thank you and your organization for making this trip truly memorable for me and my team. I have to admit that this was one of the finest adventure trips I have taken for as long as I can remember.The personalized attention that we got is highly commendable and for this reason we all instantly felt at home. Further, one of the greatest worries people encounter when they go to such adventure places is food. Undoubtedly the food served was like home cooked food and in abundance and catered equally for vegetarians and non-vegetarians. Overall, I would rate the trip very high in services and would be more than happy to recommend friends and family.

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