Melghat. The word “Melghat” means “meeting of the hills”. This pristine forest lies at the northern extreme of the Amravati District in the State…
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Melghat. The word “Melghat” means “meeting of the hills”. This pristine forest lies at the northern extreme of the Amravati District in the State of Maharashtra and on the border of Madhya Pradesh, in the south-western Satpura mountain ranges and the area is rich in landscapes, varied flora and fauna. It’s a rare opportunity to see the the rare Forest Owlet! The Melghat, nestling in the Satpuda hill ranges of Forsyth’s and Dunbar’s Central India’s vast tracts of inviolate natural forests, consisting of unique and representative ecosystems with rich biodiversity and varied habitats offered by deep valleys (locally known as khoras) and high hills (locally known as Ballas), daunted with rivers and nallahs having water all the year round in the ‘doh’, was the natural choice for the community of foresters in Maharashtra, when it came to choose an area for preserving it for posterity and for ensuring that the ‘Tiger’ the most magnificent and flagship of the Indian wild species, could sustain a viable population and survive for the eternity. The fascinating landscape, its enchanting beauty and richness leave everlasting imprints on people visiting the area. Melghat Tiger Reserve is one of the earliest 9 Tiger Reserves established by the Government of India and is the First Tiger Reserve to be declared in the State of Maharashtra. It came into being on 22nd February, 1974.
Stay: At Semadoh in Melghat Tiger Reserve (Cottages) on sharing basis.
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5.40 pm Schedule Departure of train Garibrath
6.20 am Schedule Arrival at Badnera. Have Meet & greet, start for Melghat Tiger Reserve. Breakfast on the way. Evening Jungle Safari at MTR. Stay at Semadoh.
Explore Melghat Tiger Reserve. Stay at Semadoh.
Explore Melghat. Post lunch start for Badnera. Dinner at Badnera. Board Railway for Pune @ 9.27 p.m
Reach Pune @ 9.45 a.m.
- Traveling to & fro by Railway ( 3 A/C )
- 4 Gypsy Safaris with permits charges and guide charges
- Internal transfer from Amravati / Badnera to Melghat and back
- Accomodation on twin sharing basis
- Food charges during the camp,
- Applicable government taxes.
- Food charges during train travel
- Purchase of Mineral water/ cold drink
- Personal expenses of any kind
- Camera Charges