The second version of the cycling safari referred to as “Pedal to Jungle” might be organized from November 29, 2018. The 3-day safari will see individuals pedal thru 220 km of jungle terrain escorted by wildlife professionals and woodland officers’ aid.
The first “Pedal to Jungle” safari had seen 30 contributors. This time around, the forest department has accelerated the cap of individuals to one hundred.
Rahul Bhatnagar, Chief Forest Conservator, stated that participants would need to be fit for this journey. The forest branch will do a fitness take a look at participants before allowing. Only the ones who clean the take a look at can be allowed to participate.
Rs 9000 might be charged consistent with the person to participate in the ride. Starting from Baghdara natural park, the journey will bypass via Jaisamand, Dhariyawad, Sitamata Sanctuary, and Dam Dama woodland. Night Stays might be organized at Jaisamand lake and different herbal spots. Small hiking treks to Ruthi Rani Palace, Jagat temples, and similar places may also be organized. Campfires will be organized in the evenings.
Out of the 220km trek, 150km could be thru off-road tracks, and 35km will be through the jungle and not using a-path.
The objective of this cycling safari is to promote ecotourism and generate awareness approximately the region.
Jim Corbett National Park: Established in 1936, Corbett is the oldest and primary national park in India. It is the first Tiger reserve of our us in which all regulations and regulations are strictly followed to hold the plants and fauna of the region. This countrywide park, placed in Uttrakhand, affords shelter to a huge variety of Bengal Tigers, Asiatic Elephants, Wild Elephants, Leopards, Hyenas, Jackals, Hog Deers, Barking Deers, Sambhars, Chitals, Indian Pangolins, Bears, Langur, and rhesus monkeys. Along with 600 species of avifauna, 33 species of reptiles, 7 species of amphibians and fishes, and 33 species of dragonflies.
Ranthambore National Park: Located in the Sawai Madhopur district of Rajasthan, Ranthambore National Park is another pleasant destination for jungle safari in India. Spreading throughout a place of 392 sq. Km at the junction of Aravalli and Vindhya levels, Ranthambore Park, is a super combination of nature, history, and flora and fauna. In the years 1973 and 1981, it has attained the fame of Tiger reserve and National Park, respectively. It is home to diverse natural world species like Leopard, Jackal; Sloth undergo, Nilgai, Dhole, Wild boar, Sambar, Hyena, Chittal, Porcupine, Monkeys, Jungle cats, mongoose, White Throated Kingfisher, Indian Greenie, Green Treepie, Red Vented Bulbul, Plovers, Moor Hens, Herons, Storks and so on. A dozen of reptiles, amphibians, and super quantity of insect existence are also visible here.
Kaziranga National Park: The best natural World Heritage Site in India, Kaziranga is the pride of Assam. Stretches to a place of 430 square km within the Golaghat and Nagaon district of Assam, this park is the house of One-horned Indian rhino, Elephants, Wild Asiatic water Buffaloes, Swamp deer, Hog deer, Gaur, Sambar, Indian Muntjac, Hispid Hare, wild boar, jungle cat, Large Indian Civet, Bengal Fox, Golden Langur, Assamese Macaque, Gibbon and lots of greater. This park is likewise a well-known Tiger Reserve and has a huge range of Tigers.