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Vol. 4, Issue 2

BI-MONTHLY PROGRAMMES
March-Aril, 2016

ONE DAY PROGRAMMES
MARCH
5th Mar
BNHS Flamingo Festival (Open for all)
13th Mar
Bat and Bird Trail at Elephanta Island
20th Mar Shilonda Trail - Sanjay Gandhi National Park
26th Mar
Flamingo Watch at Sewri Mudflats
27th Mar
Godrej Mangrove Walk
APRIL
3rd Apr
10th Apr
17th Apr
24th Apr

Kanheri Upper Trail
Flamingo Watch at Sewri Mudflats
Tungareshwar Wildlife Sanctuary
Flamingo Watch at Sewri Mudflats

LOCAL CAMPS
July
Amboli – Land of the Flying Frog

NATIONAL CAMPS
March
Wild Assam – Gibbon Sanctuary, Kaziranga & Nameri National Park

Terai of India – Dudhwa Tiger Reserve and Katerniaghat Wildlife Sanctuary
April
Great Himalayan National Park
May
Gir National Park– The Last Refuge
August


Valley of Flowers
Ladakh – Roof of the World

September

Wildlife Sanctuaries of Goa

October

Butterfly Camp to Sikkim

ASIF KHAN

INTERNATIONAL CAMPS
2016
April
Bhutan – spring in the Himalaya
May
African Safari – Tanzania
August
African Safari – Keny

BNHS Flamingo Festival (Open for all)

13th Mar
Sun

Bat and Bird Trail at Elephanta Island

20th Mar
Sun

26th Mar
Sat

27th Mar
Sun

Flamingo Watch at Sewri Mudflats

Experience the unique opportunity to view graceful Lesser Flamingos and Greater Flamingos feeding at Sewri
mudflats. Learn about these magnificent visitors on a trail with BNHS. This is also a good time to see waders
in their transition from winter plumage to breeding plumage, before they leave for their breeding grounds.
Charges: Rs. 100/- for members and Rs. 200/- for others. Reporting*: Outside Sewri railway station (east)
at the railway crossing junction at 7:00 a.m. How to Reach: Sewri railway station is on the harbour line
accessible from CST, Andheri, and Navi Mumbai. By road: You can cross the level crossing from Sewri West
which is situated close to the station; or you can use the bridge at Wadala or Reay Road to the MbPT road to
reach Sewri railway crossing. (Google Map Link: www.goo.gl/l4hvPI) Registration*: On the spot. For details
call at Hornbill House 22871202/22821811, Mon-Fri 09:30 a.m. to 05:30 p.m. or e-mail at bnhs.programmes@
gmail.com The programme will conclude by 9:00 a.m. Please carry hat/cap and adequate water.
Group leaders: Mr. Asif Khan (9969798447), Ms Parveen Shaikh & Mr. Vinod Patil

Godrej Mangrove Walk

One of the last few pristine mangroves in the city, the Godrej Mangrove centre is a magnet for many water
birds, butterflies, reptiles, and invertebrates. Enjoy a walk through this ecosystem with a difference as we
explore how mangroves act as a barrier and reduce wave action on land to a minimum. Often called the second

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Join this BNHS outing at Sanjay Gandhi National Park (SGNP). One can see myriad life forms during this
time, including large mammals like Spotted and Sambar Deer. You can also spot birds like Purple-rumped
Sunbird, White-browed Bulbul, Racket-tailed Drongo and Rufous Woodpecker. The trail leads through fine
forest dominated by bamboo and ends at the first stream. Grade: Easy (Simple walk for 1.5 km each way,
however the walk from the main gate to the trail is about 15–20 min.) Charges: Rs. 200/- for members and Rs.
300/- for others. Reporting: Members to meet inside SGNP, beyond the Ticket Counter under the large map of
SGNP at 7:30 a.m. Registration*: On the spot. For further details call at Hornbill House 22871202/22821811,
Mon-Fri 09:30 a.m. to 05:30 p.m. or e-mail at bnhs.programmes@gmail.com
Group leaders: Ms Prachi Galange (9867563300) Mr. Vithoba Hegde & Mr. Vinod Patil
Note: Participants have to buy the entry ticket at the main gate. The programme will conclude by 11:00 a.m.
Kindly carry adequate water and packed breakfast.

INTERNATIONAL CAMPS




Shilonda Trail - Sanjay Gandhi National Park

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Situated off the south-east shore of the city, Elephanta Island is a good birding location. One could see the
last batch of Brown-headed Gull and Black-headed Gull flying alongside boats to the island, before they leave
for their breeding grounds. Other birds like the Indian Grey Hornbill, Common Iora, Spot-billed Duck, Little
Grebe, and White-bellied Sea Eagle can be spotted here. BNHS gives you a chance to learn about the only
flying mammals, explore the caves with an expert in search of bat roosts. One can see Greater Asiatic Yellow
House Bat and Leaf-nose Bat. Grade: Moderate (Initial 100 steps climb to reach the top, this could be a bit
strenuous) Charges: Rs. 600/- for members and Rs. 700/- for others (Charges include boat ticket, entry ticket
to Elephanta Island and BNHS expertise). Reporting: Hornbill House, opp. Lion Gate, Colaba at 7:30 a.m.
Please carry adequate water, packed breakfast. The group should be back at Gateway of India by 01:00 p.m.
Registration*: Call at Hornbill House 22871202/ 22821811 Mon-Fri 09:30 a.m. to 05:30 p.m. or e-mail at
bnhs.programmes@gmail.com
Group leaders: Mr. Vandan Jhaveri (9167472698) & Mr. Vinod Patil
The group should be back by 1:00 p.m. Please carry packed breakfast, hat/cap and adequate water.

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BNHS is all set to once again host the popular Flamingo Festival, supported by the Mumbai Port Trust this
year. This is the best opportunity to see and appreciate the beauty of nearly 15,000 flamingos spread out on
the mudflats, with the backdrop of lush mangroves. This is also a good chance to see several other species of
resident and migratory avian friends such as herons, egrets, ibises, gulls, terns, plovers, sandpipers, kingfishers
and many more, absolutely Free under the guidance of BNHS experts. Along with the opportunity to view the
birds to one’s heart’s content, the Festival will also have a colourful illustrated exhibition on flamingos and various
stalls offering interesting nature education activities. The winners of the painting, poetry writing and slogan
writing competitions held by BNHS, will also be felicitated at the venue. All are invited with family and friends to
celebrate the presence of our winged visitors - flamingos. This is also an occasion to show one’s solidarity for the
conservation of our city’s wildlife and habitats. Time: From 12.30 pm till sunset, Venue: Sewri Jetty, Mumbai. For
queries, contact: 022-22821811 (Monday to Friday)

WEEKEND PROGRAMMES

5th Mar
Sun

INDEX

One Day Programmes, March, 2016

3rd Apr
Sun

10th Apr
Sun

17th Apr
Sun



Tungareshwar Wildlife Sanctuary

Tungareshwar Wildlife Sanctuary is situated north of the Sanjay Gandhi National Park (SGNP), and forms a
corridor for animals between SGNP and Tansa Wildlife Sanctuary. This trail is lined with dense mixed deciduous
forest. During this season one can see birds like Rufous Treepie, Yellow-eyed Babbler, Crested Serpent Eagle,
Brown-headed Barbet, Shikra, and many more. Grade: Easy Charges: Rs. 700/- for members and Rs. 800/- for
others (Charges include transportation, entry, and BNHS expertise). Reporting: Bus will leave from Dadar T.T.
(near Chandu Halwai) at 6:30 a.m., Andheri (near Bisleri factory) at 6:50 a.m., Borivali, Opp. Sanjay Gandhi
National Park (near Omkareshwar temple) 7.10 a.m., Ghodbundar Jn. (Hotel Fountain) 7:30 a.m. Registration*:
Call Hornbill House at 22871202/ 22821811 Mon-Fri 09:30 a.m. to 05:30 p.m. or e-mail: bnhs.programmes@gmail.
com. Group leaders: Ms Prachi Galange (9867563300) & Mr. Vithoba Hegde. The group should return to Dadar
by 1:00 p.m. Kindly carry adequate water and packed breakfast. Be prepared for a hot day.

Flamingo Watch at Sewri Mudflats

Experience the unique opportunity to view graceful Lesser Flamingos and Greater Flamingos feeding at Sewri
mudflats. Learn about these magnificent visitors on a trail with BNHS. This is also a good time to see the last
few remaining waders in their breeding plumage, before they leave for their breeding grounds. Charges: Rs.
100/- for members and Rs. 200/- for others. Reporting*: Outside Sewri railway station (east) at the railway
crossing junction at 7:00 a.m. How to Reach: Sewri railway station is on the harbour line accessible from
CST, Andheri, and Navi Mumbai. By road: You can cross the level crossing from Sewri West which is situated
close to the station; or you can use the bridge at Wadala or Reay Road to the MbPT road to reach Sewri railway
crossing. (Google Map Link: www.goo.gl/l4hvPI) Registration*: On the spot. For details call at Hornbill House
22871202/22821811, Mon-Fri 09:30 a.m. to 05:30 p.m. or e-mail at bnhs.programmes@gmail.com
Group leaders: Mr. Asif Khan (9969798447), Ms Parveen Shaikh & Mr. Vinod Patil
The programme will conclude by 9:30 a.m. Please carry hat/cap and adequate water.

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Experience the unique opportunity to view graceful Lesser Flamingos and Greater Flamingos feeding at Sewri
mudflats. Learn about these magnificent visitors on a trail with BNHS. This is also a good time to see the last
few remaining waders in their breeding plumage, before they leave for their breeding grounds. Charges: Rs.
100/- for members and Rs. 200/- for others. Reporting*: Outside Sewri railway station (east) at the railway
crossing junction at 7:00 a.m. How to Reach: Sewri railway station is on the harbour line accessible from
CST, Andheri, and Navi Mumbai. By road: You can cross the level crossing from Sewri West which is situated
close to the station; or you can use the bridge at Wadala or Reay Road to the MbPT road to reach Sewri railway
crossing. (Google Map Link: www.goo.gl/l4hvPI) Registration*: On the spot. For details call at Hornbill House
22871202/22821811, Mon-Fri 09:30 a.m. to 05:30 p.m. or e-mail at bnhs.programmes@gmail.com
Group leaders: Mr.Vandan Jhaveri (9167472698), Mr. Vithoba Hegde & Mr. Vinod Patil
The programme will conclude by 9:00 a.m. Please carry hat/cap and adequate water.

INTERNATIONAL CAMPS

24th Apr
Sun

Flamingo Watch at Sewri Mudflats

NATIONAL CAMPS




A gradual climb through the wooded forest of the Sanjay Gandhi National Park (SGNP). It is the perfect time
to see Greater Racket-tailed Drongo, Shikra, Grey Junglefowl, and Indian Peafowl. The trail leads to the rocky,
grass and Euphorbia strewn plateau near Kanheri Caves, which is excellent for viewing raptors like Crested
Serpent Eagle, soaring on thermals, and spectacular views of the National Park. At the end of the trail, one can
visit the ancient Kanheri caves, which date back around 2,100 years. Carved out of volcanic rocks, there are
around 109 such caves. Caves and surrounding structures also harbour good biodiversity. Charges: Rs. 700/- for
members and Rs. 800/- for others. (Cost includes: Bus from SGNP main gate, Forest Dept. permission charges,
entry to SGNP, and BNHS expertise) Reporting: SGNP main gate at 07:15 a.m. How to Reach: Sanjay
Gandhi National Park is situated on the Western Express Highway about a kilometer away from Borivali
Station (East). Registration*: Call at Hornbill House 22871202/22821811, Mon–Fri 09:30 a.m. to 05:30 p.m. or
e-mail at bnhs.programmes@gmail.com. The programme will conclude by 12:00 p.m.
Group leaders: Mr. Vandan Jhaveri (9167472698) & Mr. Vinod Patil.
Kindly carry adequate water and packed breakfast. Be prepared for a hot day.

LOCAL CAMPS




Kanheri Upper Trail

WEEKEND PROGRAMMES

APRIL

INDEX



lungs of the city after Sanjay Gandhi National Park, this mangrove ecosystem can show us some beautiful species
like White-cheeked Bulbul, Long-tailed Shrike, White-browed Fantail, Little Green Bee-eater, Baya Weaver, and
Scaly-breasted Munia. Charges: Rs. 200/- for members and Rs. 300/- for others. Reporting: Outside Vikhroli
Bus Depot, Vikhroli (East) at 7:00 a.m. (Registration closes at 7:15 a.m.) How to Reach: One can take a train to
Vikhroli Station (Main Line) and take the first foot over bridge (Ghatkopar end), the depot is 2 min away on foot.
Google Map: http://goo.gl/qSYBqq Registration*: Call at Hornbill House 22871202/22821811, Mon-Fri 09:30
a.m. to 05:30 p.m. or e-mail at bnhs.programmes@gmail.com.
Group leaders: Mr. Isaac Kehimkar and Ms Prachi Galange (9867563300). The programme will conclude by
11:00 a.m. Kindly carry adequate water and packed food. Be prepared for a hot day.

LOCAL CAMPS

INDEX

AMBOLI – LAND OF THE FLYING FROG

WEEKEND PROGRAMMES

July, 2015

LOCAL CAMPS

Nestled at the crest of the Western Ghats at a height of above 2,000 feet, Amboli is the last hill station in Maharashtra
before the coastal highlands of Goa. Misty weather, rejuvenating rain, cool climate and lush evergreen forest form the
perfect setting for reptiles and amphibians. It is also one of the best places to see the Malabar Gliding Frog. The forest here
reverberates with the calls of various frogs and toads in colourful and loud display, singing in beautiful synchronisation to
attract their lady love. Amboli is part of a Biodiversity Hotspot and we can see amphibians and reptiles like Fungoid Frog,
Bi-coloured Frog, Amboli Bush-frog, Amboli Toad, Beddome’s Cat Snake, Ceylon Cat Snake, Green Vine Snake, Malabar Pit
Viper, and various caecilians.
Date:
Batch I: 1st–3rd July, 2016
Batch II: 8th–10th July, 2016 (On Demand)
Group leaders: Mr. Vandan Jhaveri
Camp charges: Rs. 6,700/- for members, and Rs. 7,900/- for others (ex-Sawantwadi).
Accommodation: Twin sharing basis in Hotel.
Reporting: Pick up at Sawantwadi ST Bus Depot at 9.30 a.m. on day one. Drop off at Sawantwadi ST Bus Depot at 4.00 p.m.
on the last day. Kindly book your tickets accordingly.
How to get there: Bus – This is the best option to reach Sawantwadi; Every Mumbai – Goa bus halts at Sawantwadi. Buses
can be booked through www.redbus.in.
Train – Sawantwadi Road Railway station is about 8 km from the ST Depot. Konkan Kanya Express (10111) reaches
Sawantwadi at 8.22 a.m. Note: The train timing and schedule for Konkan Railway during monsoon is fluctuating and prone
to delays due to landslides.
gmail.com.

NATIONAL CAMPS

Registration*: Call at Hornbill House 22871202/22821811, Mon-Fri 09:30 a.m. to 05:30 p.m. or e-mail at bnhs.programmes@

INTERNATIONAL CAMPS
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NATIONAL CAMPS

Kaziranga National Park – a World Heritage Site and home
of 65% of the world population of the One-horned Rhinoceros.
Herds of Barasingha, Hog Deer and Wild Buffalo are seen in
the marshes. Rhinos browse unconcernedly as visitors pass
by and occasionally a herd of elephants or wild boar is also
sighted. One of the best places in India to see Pied Harrier
and other raptors like Crested Serpent-eagle, Pallas’s Fisheagle, and Grey-headed Fish-eagle which can be seen circling
overhead.
Gibbon Sanctuary – Now known as the Hoolongapar Gibbon
Sanctuary is one of the best places to see India’s only primate
also a good places to see other threatened primates like, Near
Threatened Assamese Macaque, Vulnerable Capped Langur,
Stump-tailed Macaque and Northern Pig-tailed Macaque.
The sanctuary is also good for birds with over 200 species
recorded from the sanctuary, birds like Purple Woodpigeon,
Rufous-bellied Niltava, Red-headed Trogon, and Long-tailed
Sibia can be seen here.
Nameri National Park is a birder’s paradise and more than
of Hornbills like Great, Wreathed, Oriental Pied, and Rufousnecked Hornbill. Other birds like Pale-chinned and Little
Pied Flycatcher, Green-billed Malkoha, Great Thick-knee,
Blue-throated, Lineated and Blue-eared Barbet, Red-breasted

Black Baza and the elusive White-winged Duck are also seen.
Grade: Easy (Short walks for bird watching)
Date: 13th – 18th March, 2016 (Few seats left) (ex
Guwahati).
Group leader: Mr. Asif Khan
Camp fees: Rs. 29,500/- for members and Rs. 30,700/- for
others (ex Guwahati).
Accommodation: Twin sharing basis.
Reporting: Members to meet on day one at Guwahati at 7.00
a.m. at Hotel Mayur in the lobby (Tel: 0361-2734855 to 61),
Paltan Bazar, opposite Guwahati railway station. Return on
day five after breakfast to reach Guwahati at lunch time. You
are advised to arrive at Guwahati one day prior to the first
day of the camp and leave Guwahati one day later.
Cost includes: All accommodation, meals (B/L/D) from first
day lunch to last day lunch, transfers from and to Guwahati,
permits, and entry to park.
Cost excludes: Flight/rail tickets, all expenses of personal
nature like laundry, tips beverages, camera fees, stay in
Guwahati, any cost not specified above.
Registration*: Kindly contact us at 022-22821811/22871202
or email bnhs.programmes@gmail.com

NATIONAL CAMPS

300 species of birds have been identified here – four species

Long-tailed and Silver-breasted Broadbill, Small Niltava,

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the Endangered Western Hoolock Gibbon, the sanctuary is

Parakeet, Orange-bellied and Gold-fronted Leafbird, Ibisbill,

WEEKEND PROGRAMMES

WILD ASSAM –Gibbon Sanctuary, Kaziranga & Nameri National Park

INDEX

March

INTERNATIONAL CAMPS
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TERAI OF INDIA – Dudhwa Tiger Reserve and
Katerniaghat Wildlife Sanctuary

WEEKEND PROGRAMMES
LOCAL CAMPS
During this camp we shall visit Dudhwa National Park, Kishanpur Wildlife Sanctuary, and Katerniaghat Wildlife Sanctuary
Florican and Gharial.
Dudhwa Tiger Reserve:
The terrain of Dudhwa ranges from grasslands to one of the finest Sal forests in India and marshland which makes Dudhwa
a paradise for wild enthusiasts. Dudhwa is famous for the threatened Indian Rhinoceros, Western Swamp Deer and Tiger;
other animals like Sambar Deer, Hog Deer, Barking Deer, and Spotted Deer, Jungle Cat, Leopard Cat, Sloth Bear, Honey
Badger, Indian or the Great One-horned Rhinoceros can be seen here.
Katerniaghat Wildlife Sanctuary:

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which are part of the Dudhwa Tiger Reserve. These regions are the last refuge for Critically Endangered wildlife like Bengal

The Katerniaghat Wildlife Sanctuary is famous for the Critically Endangered Gharial and Endangered Gangetic Dolphin.
Pallas’s Fish-eagle, Sarus Crane, Lesser Adjutant, White-rumped Vulture, Slender-billed Vulture, Red-headed Vulture, and
six species of drongos, namely Hair-crested, Greater Racket-tailed, Lesser Racket-tailed, Crow-billed, White-bellied and
Black Drongo.
Grade: Easy
Date: 20th-23rd March, 2016
Group leader: Mr. Vandan Jhaveri
Camp fees: Rs. 22,200/- for Members and Rs. 23,700/-for others. (ex Lucknow).
Accommodation: Twin-sharing basis.
Reporting: On day one pick up from Lucknow railway station at 07.00 a.m and drop at Lucknow on last day at 5.30 p.m.
NOTE: Book your tickets to reach Lucknow prior to day one.

INTERNATIONAL CAMPS

Dudhwa Reserve is also a birder’s paradise with over 400 species recorded here. It harbours birds like Swamp Francolin,

How to Reach: Many trains and flights are available from Mumbai/Delhi to Lucknow.
Mumbai-Lucknow: LTT Gorakhpur Exp. (12542), Pushpak Exp. (12534)
permits, and entry to park.
Cost excludes: Flight/rail ticket to Lucknow, all expenses of personal nature like laundry, tips, stay in Lucknow, beverages,
camera fees, any cost not specified above. Registration*: Kindly contact us at 22871202/22821811 or email bnhs.programmes@
gmail.com

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Cost includes: All accommodation, meals (B/L/D) from first day lunch to last day breakfast, transfers from and to Lucknow,

INDEX

NATIONAL CAMPS, APRIL, 2016
GREAT HIMALAYAN NATIONAL PARK

protected area in Himachal Pradesh. The secluded Tirthan valley
harbour a variety of wildlife common to this area - wild mountain
goats like the Bharal, Goral, and Serow, the Himalayan Brown Bear
and predators like the Leopard and the very rare Snow Leopard. Birds
like Himalayan Pied Kingfisher, Brown Dipper, Bearded Vulture, and
Himalayan Parakeet can be seen during the trek.
Date: 16th – 22nd April 2016 (ex Delhi).
Group leader: Mr. Vandan Jhaveri
Grade: Moderate, three day hike from Ecozone into Park, daily 8-10

WEEKEND PROGRAMMES

The Great Himalayan National Park is carved out

of the splendid mountain terrain of Kullu district, and is the largest

km gradual gradient walk among the hill forests taking about 5 -7 hrs.
Delhi).
Accommodation: Dormitory at Sai Ropa and twin sharing tents
during the treks. sleeping bag and mat will be provided.
Reporting: Majnu-ka-Tila (Petrol Pump), at 5.00 p.m. on Day One.
Drop on last day at 08:00 a.m.; Kindly book your train/flights after 1:00
p.m. on the last day.

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Camp fees: Rs. 22,100/- for Members and Rs. 23,600/-for others. (ex

How to reach: Majnu-ka-Tila is about 5 km from Delhi ISBT opposite
the Tibetan Village on the main MG Marg. There is a petrol pump on
to come via the Airport Metro till New Delhi Metro Station and ask for
a cab or an auto-rickshaw to drive you to Majnu-ka-Tila.
Cost includes: Delhi-Kullu-Delhi transport by Volvo, local transport
in Kullu, food (except during the Volvo journey), accommodation in
dormitories and tents, permits to the GHNP, and BNHS expertise.
Cost Excludes: Any personal expenses, porterage (porters can be made
available at extra cost on prior notice).

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the main road, most private buses operate from there. The best way is

Note: Tented accommodation with basic facility and trench toilets,
House 22871202/22821811, Mon-Fri 09:30 a.m. to 05:30 p.m. or e-mail
at bnhs.programmes@gmail.com

INTERNATIONAL CAMPS

participants will have to rough it out. Registration*: Call at Hornbill

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GIR NATIONAL PARK – THE LAST REFUGE
Asiatic Lion. Besides the Asiatic Lion, Gir also supports a large population of Leopards, and boasts of having the largest

concentration of big cats. Important prey species comprise Spotted Deer, Wild Boar, Blue Bull, and Sambar. Other mammals
include Four-horned Antelope, Chinkara, Striped Hyena, Golden Jackal, Common Langur, Porcupine, and Black-naped
Hare. Gir is also a good place for birding, birds like Asian Paradise Flycatcher, Ultramarine Flycatcher, Mottled Wood-owl,
Red-rumped Swallow, Spotted Owlet, Oriental Honey-buzzard, Short-toed Eagle, Common Hawk-cuckoo can be seen here,
besides Indian Peafowl in large numbers.
Date:
Batch I: 25th – 28th May, 2016 (ex Rajkot).
Batch II: 30th May – 2nd June, 2016 (on demand) (ex Rajkot).
Group leader: Mr. Asif Khan

WEEKEND PROGRAMMES

Gir National Park is one of the oldest National Parks of India and is famed for being last the refuge of the

INDEX

May, 2016

Note: Since the safari bookings opens 90 days in advance, kindly register for this camp before 24th February, 2016, to avoid
Camp fees: Rs. 18,200/- for members and Rs. 19,700/- for others (ex Rajkot).
Accommodation: Twin sharing basis.
Reporting: Outside Rajkot railway station at 8.00 a.m. Drop at Rajkot on last day at 2.00 p.m.
How to get there: Train - Sau Janta Exp (19017) leaves from Mumbai at 5.35 p.m. and reaches Rajkot at 7.30 a.m. Sau
Janta Exp (19018) can be booked for return which leaves from Rajkot at 3.20 p.m. Flight - Direct flights from Mumbai to

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disappointment.

Rajkot are available.
Cost includes: Accommodation, meals (B/L/D) first day lunch to last day breakfast, transfers to/from Rajkot, Safari charges
Cost excludes: Flight/rail tickets, all expenses of personal nature like laundry, tips beverages, camera fees, any cost not
specified above.
Registration*: Kindly contact us at 22871202/22821811 or e-mail us at bnhs.programmes@gmail.com

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and entry to the park.

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