Nandur Madhmeshwar

Nandur Madhyameshwar Bird Watching Nature Tours Pune Mumbai

Overview

This is a CLARION CALL, on behalf of Zenith Odysseys, to all the nature enthusiasts, the birds-wildlife lovers and sight viewers to make the best memories as the year 2018 progresses. This also happens to be the best season to make a trip to Nandur Madhmeshwar. 

Nandur Madhmeshwar Bird Sanctuary is located at Niphad Tehsil of Nashik  District, known as the Bharatpur of Maharashtra. The sanctuary is located 40kms away from Nashik. Nandur Madhmeshwar lake serves as a reservoir and holds the water coming from Gangapur and Darana. The lake also originates as a home for vegetation due to the deposition of silt and organic matter every year. There are plenty of reasons to visit Nandur Madhmeshwar and they are - It's a home for both residents as well as migrating birds. It houses around 230 species of birds.

The birds mainly found are Vultures, Eagles, Kites, Black Ibis, Quails, Sand pipe etc. For wild life, there are around 24 species of fishes found in lake and apart from that Mangoose and snakes are also spotted and then there is vegetation done in this region. It again houses around 460 types of plants out of which 80 are aquatic plants. The trees like Babul, Neem, Tamarind, Jamun etc are also found here. 

Zenith Odysseys will take care of all mandatory services of this visit to Nandur Madhmeshwar to enrich your experience. The Bookings are fast filling so please book at the earliest.

                                  Departure                                   Arrival
      05:30 on 17 February 2018 at Rajaram Bridge Corner       20:00 on 19 February 2018 at Rajaram Bridge Corner

                                                                          Batch Size: 15 Participants                                                                        

  Odyssey Type: Nature Odyssey

  Specialty: Water Birds

  Field Expert: TBA

  Base Village: Nandur Madhyameshwar

  Distance From Pune: 220 Kms

  Regions: Niphad

                Day One                 Day Two                 Day Three

  05:00 at Rajaram Bridge

  06:30 Departure

  08:00 Breakfast Halt at Peth

  13:30 arrival and Lunch

  14:30 Tent allocation and rest

  16:00 Nature Trail 1

  19:00 Group Discussion

  20:00 Dinner

  21:30 Light Out

  05:00 Wake up Call

  05:30 Nature Trail 2

  08:00 Breakfast

  11:00 Nature Trail 3

  13:30 Lunch and rest

  16:00 Nature Trail 4

  19:00 Group Discussion

  20:00 Dinner

  21:30 Night Trail (optional)

  05:00 Wake up Call

  06:30 Nature Trail 5

  08:00 Breakfast

  09:30 Departure towards Sinnar

  11:00 Exploring Gondeshwar Temple

  13:00 Lunch

  14:00 Departure Towards Pune

  20:00 Arrival at Pune

Step 1: Contact Call us on +91 9764384221 or +91 9028163088 for seat availability.

Step 2: Payment You have for options to pay us: (a) Online Transfer, (b) UPI, (c) PayTM, (d) Cheque.

Step 3: Fill the Enorllment Form Once transaction is complete, please fill the Enrollment form

Step 4: Confirmation You will receive communication (Email/ Text/ WhatsAPP) from us regarding your booking details and additional information regarding the trip.

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                  Compulsory                   Suggested
1) Waterbottle (Non Disposable only)

2) Good Rucksack

3) Personal Medicines if any

4) Everything packed in a good rucksack

5) ID Proof

1) Dry foods like: Chikki, Chocolates and cakes etc.

2) Extra Pair of clothes & sleepers/ floaters

3) Rain protection / wind cheater/ cap / scarf as per the weather.

4) Hand Towel

5) Sunscreen lotion / face wash

6) Camera or Binoculars

Rs. 5999 per person

  Inclusions   Exclusions
1) Travel by a private non AC bus.

2) Morning Tea & Breakfast, Lunch, high Tea & Snacks and Dinner on day one & two

3) Accomodation on twin / multiple sharing

4) Experts & Leaders

5) First aid kit.

6) Safety & Tested Equipments

7) Government Service Tax

8) Personal Entry, Toll & Parking etc

1) Personal orders of Tea, coffee, Cold Drinks, Mineral Water,

Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, etc.

2) Personal expenditure of any kind.

3) Insurance Coverage.

4) Medical expenses other than “First aid”.

5) Any other charges not specifically mentioned in "Fee Includes"

1) Migratory as well as indigenus birds

2) Heritage visit

3) Homemade, chulha cooked food

4) Fun filled time

5) Expert assistance

  1) Asian Open bill Stork  

  2) Comb Duck  

  3) Greater Flamingo  

  4) Little Cormorant  

  5) Painted Stork  

  6) Purple Heron  

  7) Small pratincole  

  8) White-breasted Waterhen  

  9) Black Ibis  

  10) Curlew Sandpiper  

  11) Grey Heron  

  12) Median Egret  

  13) Pallas Gull  

  14) Purple Rumped Sunbird  

  15) Spot-billed Duck  

  16) Wire-tailed Swallow  

  17) Black Tailed Godwit  

  18) Eurasian Spoonbill  

  19) Grey Wagtail  

  20) Northern Shoveler  

  21) Pied Kingfisher  

  22) Red Rumped Swallow  

  23) Spotted Sandpiper  

  24) Woolly Necked Stork  

  25) Black Winged Stilts  

  26) Garganey Duck  

  27) Gull billed Tern  

  28) Oriental White Ibis  

  29) Pond Heron  

  30) River Tern  

  31) Western Marsh Harrier  

  32) Yellow Wagtail  

  33) Cattle Egret  

  34) Glossy Ibis  

  35) Large Egret  

  36) Osprey  

  37) Purple Swamphen  

  38) Ruddy Shelduck  

  39) White Throated Kingfisher  

  40) Common Moorhen  

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