Chikhaldara Wildlife Tour Package03 Nights/04 DaysPackage Code: HTPC001374
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Chikhaldara Wildlife Tour Package
Chikhaldara Wildlife Tour Package: Overview
Chikhaldara hill station is located in Amaravati district of Vidarbha region which offers you an abundance of wildlife, viewpoints, lakes and waterfalls. It is named after "Keechaka". Holiday Travel India offering Chikhaldara Wildlife Tour Package specially for you to visit and experience new journey by visiting Tiger reserve wildlife sanctuary. Melghat tiger reserve was established as wildlife sanctuary. Its rugged terrain and rocky ravines provide natural protection from the poachers. In this tour package you will cover Melghat tiger reserves and Gugumal Wildlife Park as well as local sightseeing of Chikaldhara. We provides all possible facility along with tour and make your trip memorable. 3N/4D Package will take you towards the tiger reserve and habituated.
Chikhaldara Wildlife Tour Package: Highlights
Famous hill station of Amravati Dist
Melghat is home of Tiger project
The deep misty valleys of Chikhaldara
Chikaldhara is famous coffee grown area in Maharashtra
The scenic beauty of the misty mountains
Rich variety of flora & Fauna in Gugumal Wildlife Park
Why you must visit Chikhaldara Wildlife Sanctuary
If you are looking for weekend destination then chikhaldara is one of best. This is a hill station which is located on the border of Maharashtra & Madhya Pradesh. En route chikhaldara you will entered Melghat Tiger Reserve where you can see some scenic beauty of forest. This beautiful hill station offers you an abundance of wildlife, viewpoints, lakes and waterfalls. The Chikhaldara Sanctuary has animals like the flying squirrel, mouse deer, porcupine, langur, chausingha, blue bull, Indian bison, wild dog, leopard, pangolin, Rhesus monkey, wild boar, ratel, spotted deer, barking deer, sambar, sloth bear and tiger to name a few. The flora consists of trees of Mahua, Dhaoda, Ain, Kusum, Tiwas, Teak and Bamboo. The Melghat Tiger Project is home to about 82 of the few remaining tigers in India. We recommend you that you should go chikhaldara once in a life to see its natural beauty.
Chikhaldara Wildlife Tour Package: Inclusion
03 Nights accommodation in well furnished room
Breakfast and Dinner
Private Ac vehicle for 04 Days
Parking, Toll tax and Driver hault
01 Day sightseeing of Chikaldhara
01 Day visit at Melghat Tiger reserve
01 Day visit at Gugumal Wildlife Park
4.5% Gst tax
Inclusive of all taxes
After arrival at Nagpur airport or railway station and proceed to Chikaldhara which is 231 km away from Nagpur. After reach Amravati you may have lunch at Taste of South Restaurant later you will continue your journey towards Chikaldhara which is 85 km is left from Amrawati. After reach check in hotel and have some hour rest, later visit Gawaligad Fort, Narnala Fort and Semadoh Lake then come back to hotel and overnight stay with dinner at Chikaldhara hotel
Lunch: Lunch served at Taste of South Restaurant
Early in the morning visit for jungle safari which starts from 06:00 AM to 10:00 Am. After complete safari come back to hotel for breakfast and you have time to explore indoor hotel activity. After post lunch in any good restaurant you will visit for Jungle safari by 02:00 PM and return by 04:30 PM. Overnight stay with dinner at hotel
Meals: Breakfast and Dinner
After breakfast you will visit for Gugumal Wildlife Park which is nearest to Melghat Tiger reserve. Enjoy your full day in between flora and fauna. After that you may have lunch at any nearest good restaurant. By the evening come back to hotel and overnight stay with dinner at Hotel
Meals: Breakfast and Dinner
Lunch: Served at any good restaurant
After breakfast you will proceed for Nagpur and drop to Airport or railway station for onwards journey. Tour gets end with lots of memory
How to Reach Chikaldhara
By Flight: The closest airport is situated at Akola (150km). You can easily take a direct flight to Akola and can reach Chikhaldara by hiring a taxi from the airport. The closest airport is situated at Akola (150km). You can easily take a direct flight to Akola and can reach Chikhaldara by hiring a taxi from the airport.
By Bus: Regular buses go via Paratwada to Dharni and Burhanpur. The nearest cities to reach Chikhaldara are Amravati and Akola. There are regular MSRTC and private buses from Amravati and Akola to Chikhaldara. Tourists can also hire cabs to reach Chikhaldara.
By Train: The closest railway station is situated at Badnera (110 km). Most of the people prefer to visit the city via railways because it is quite comfortable. There are many trains from Mumbai, Pune, Nagpur to reach Badnera junction.
Best time to visit in Chikaldhara
Chikhaldara tourist place is situated around 1100 meters from the sea level. Best months to visit Chikhaldara are from October to February, i.e. in Winter. here are very few chances of rain during Jan month in Chikhaldara. According to past year record, there is 0.66cm rain fall every year during Jan month in Chikhaldara. Overall weather reviews shows that Jan is one of the best month to visit Chikhaldara.
Places to visit in Chikaldhara
Amner Fort : It is located beyond village 'Kalamkhar' near village 'Zilpi' about 10 km. from 'Dharni' on 'Barhanpur Road'. The Fort is constructed in burnt bricks and it is located at the confluence of rivers Tapti, Sipna and Gadga. The view from the top of the Fort of the confluence from about and height of more than 100ft. gives one idea of the magnifications of the fort.
Bakadari and Kalalkund: This again is a high waterfall. This magnificent waterfall can be reached from Aadnadi along the mandatory string about five kilometers. Kalalkund falls about a km. before the Bakadari Waterfall. As we approach Bakadari the middling partition is flanged by high ridges . This is recognize as most magnificent waterfall in the whole area .
Bhim Kund (Kichakdara) : It is mythological important place for pilgrims. Bhima killed Kichaka and throw his body in the valley called 'Kichakdara' and he bath in the nearby lake, which is then renowned as Bhim-Kund. This place is situated in south near Alladhoh village on the way from pratwada to chikhaldara via motha. Bhim-Kund is nearly 3500 ft. deep. It offers fascinating view of the waterfall and cascades during rainy season. It is recognizing on the bir point.
Bir Lake: This Lake is built under British government rule in Dec 1890. This lake is built in besalt. It is used for soldiers in the British government hence called as Bir Lake. The water was initially used for Chikhaldara town. It also has a old garden but it is not well maintained.
Devi Point: This point is nearer to the shakkar lake and it is at 1.5km. from Chikhaldara Busstation. we have to go down by using steps. There is a temple of Goddess inside the huge stone. We have to enter the temple carefully because the height is very short. The water is falling continuously from that stone inside the temple. The overflow water falling from shakkar lake is looking like a waterfall. This Goddess is main and important holyplace for 'Korku'.
Dharkhura: It is about 10 Kms from Paratwada. It has large waterfall and cascade during rainy season's. However access is difficult and one has to walk 5kms from village Chota Barhanpur.
Gawilgarh Fort: Gawilgrah is located on a Chikhaldara Plateau is set to be established in the 12th century by a Gawali King a decedent of yadavas of devgiri. However this fort built in mud was Forty Fide by the bahamani being Ahmad Shah Wali. The fort under wrote further underwent fortification around 1471. The forte stand on a lafty mountain on consists of a inner fort.
Fatheh Darwaza: The Fatheh Darwaza, Kichakdara Darwaza and Delhi Darwaza. The Delhi Darwaza consists of three gateways. The outer most gateways has a symbol with a pam tree with on a both either side tiger holding in its close and mouse five elephants. The Gawilgarh Fort is regarded as superior fort in strength and lafty and to be master of Gawilgarh men of mistry of Berar.
Goraghat Point: On the upper plateau, the road of the vairat near village 'Pandhari' there is a M.T.D.C. resort. There is a way of Goraghat points beside the M.T.D.C. resort. There is no noise for that reason we have to enjoy a natural beauty.
Government Garden: The upper plateau area of Chikhaldara is with full of dense trees, and locality of living people is negligible. The government garden is at upper plateau. The garden is open for visitors is at morning 8.00am to evening 7.00pm. The old name is 'Company Garden'. Because it is constructed by the foreigners. Many years ago, Gawali people is situated on this garden area. But they are migrated in the wast side. This side is called 'Pandhari Village'. Various flowers and plants is also available in this garden. The swimming tank facility is also provided by the 'Hanuman Vyam Prasarak Mandal'. The special area of this garden is saved for rose tree. Many rare plants in cold air region is also available. The mini train is the special attraction of this garden.
Hariken (Hurricane) Point: It is situated at southern region of the upper platau of chikhaldara near government gardan. We can see the Gawilgarh fort, Mozari village, Vairat hills and the huge area of the under the hills side.
Kalapani Lake and Shivsagar Point: This is a small road at north just never wherefrom we often going towards upperplatau. If we go onwards by this road there is a kalapani lake. There is a small temple of lord rama. This lake is constructed by the Maharashtra Jivan Pradhikaran Mandal. This road is directly goes through the Shivsagar point. The end of this road we have to climb up the hill by walking. From this point there are many layers of Satpuda parwat will be seen. The sunset is also very beautiful to seen from this point. The hariken, goraghat, mozari, vastapur and shahanur lake is also possible to see.
Mahadev Temple: This temple is at 6km. from the KalaPani Lake. There is a way from Mozari village to go towards this temple. The people visited this temple in large nos. in the month of 'Shrawan' on every monday.
About Chikhaldara Wildlife Sanctuary
Chikhaldara Wildlife Sanctuary is situated in the Amaravati district of Maharashtra and forms one of the popular excursions from the Amravati city. The sanctuary forms a part of the sole hill station of the Vidarbha region, characterized by beautiful lakes, serene lakes and cascading waterfalls. Chikhaldara Wildlife Sanctuary boasts of a rich and varied wildlife and has been named after the spot known as 'Keechaka'. the sanctuary was known as 'Keechakadara Wildlife Sanctuary'. However, with time, the name got distorted and the sanctuary came to be known as Chikhaldara. Apart from being home to exotic wildlife, Chikhaldara also claims the distinction of being the only coffee growing area in the entire state of Maharashtra. The sanctuary also offers panoramic views of the valley situated below. There are a number of places near it that are definitely worth having a look at. These include Melghat Tiger Reserve, Gavilgad Fort, Narnala Fort, Pandit Nehru Botanical Gardens, Tribal Museum and Semadoh Lake. Sanctuary is full of waterfalls and lakes, which lend an enchanting look to the place. The sanctuary is quite close to the well known Melghat Tiger Project situated in Dhakana- Kolkaz National Park. The sanctuary got its name from Prince Kichaka.
Safari Zones - None
Safari Timing - None
Prime Attraction - Tiger, Sloth bear, Panther, Wild dog, Wild boar, Sambhar etc
Best Time to visit - October to May
Nearest Airport - Nagpur 230
Nearest Railway st. - Akola 80 km