EAST INDIA GOLF & WILDLIFE TOUR INDIA INDIA GOLF TOURS
EAST INDIA GOLF & WILDLIFE TOUR ITINERARY
DAY 1: Arr. Kolkata.
Meeting and assistance on arrival and transfer to hotel.Overnight at the hotel.
DAY 2: Kolkata
Morning play golf at ROYAL KOLKATA GOLF CLUB .
Morning golf at Tollygunge Golf Club.
The extensive grounds of the club were originally an indigo plantation, laid out in 1781. In 1895 , Sir William Cruikshank, a banker of repute and a keen sportsman, acquired the estate from Prince Ghulam Mohammad, the son of Tipu Sultan, and founded the Tollygunge. Besides maintaining an 18 hole golf course, the Tollugunge Club also pioneered equestrian sports, and steeple chasing and show jumping and still held annually at the Club.
The 6520 yards, Par 71 course at Tollugunge is fairly easy to tackle but for the large number of water hazards. The fairways are lush green and wide, and the greens well maintained and easy to read. A particularly difficult hole is the 321 yards, par four fourteenth, also known as ‘Hydrophobia’. The player has to cross over a large water tank, built by Prince Ghulam Mohammad and filled with water lilies, to approach the green on the other side. A miscalculated or over swung drive could easily land the ball in the tank or the out-of-bounds area. Afternoon half day city sightseeing tour of KOLKATA visiting the Jain Temple, Zoological Gardens and Victoria Memorial. Also drive past Howrah Bridge, Dalhousie Square, Fort William, Secretariat building, and Old Court House street.Overnight at the hotel.
DAY 3: Kolkata
Morning play golf at ROYAL KOLKATA GOLF CLUB.
ROYAL KOLKATA GOLF CLUB The Royal Calcutta Golf Club, established in 1829, is not only the oldest golf club in India but the oldest in the world outside Great Britain. Originally located near the Calcutta airport, the club moved to the Maidan and finally to its present location at Tollygunge in 1910.
Greens at Royal are small by modern standards, but undulations make them tricky, and there is a little nap. From the tee the course looks deceptively easy, but its strength lies in its par fours, and to score requires good long and medium irons. The most significant are the two large tanks across the tenth fairway, the 457 yards par-4 jinx hole. From the tee, the tiger line is over the first tank and must carry all of 230 yards. The after route to the right leaves a very long second shot over the second tank, a good 100 yards wide, to a small undulating green wickedly trapped all around.Afternoon at leisure. Over night at the hotel.
DAY 4: Kolkata / Sonakhali / Sunderban
Morning leave by surface for Sonakhali. From there departure by boat for Dayapur. Arrival at Sunderban. On arrival check in at the hotel Afternoon departure by boat for Sajnekhali Tiger Project Area for a view of wild life, Museum & watch Tower etc. Over night at the hotel.
DAY 5: Sunderban
Morning thrilling boat cruise inside creeks and dense forest while visiting Dobanke watch tower. Breakfast on boat during cruise. Afternoon promenade around the neighbouring villages to interact with the local community to understand their local art, culture and their way of life. In simple words, “A Rendezvous with The Rural Bengal”.Overnight at the hotel.
DAY 6: Sunderban/ Sonakhali/ Kolkata
Morning visit to Sudhanyakhali Watch Tower and cruise through the creeks and around the cluster of island of Sunderban Tiger Breakfast on boat during cruise.
Return to Tiger Camp
Departure for Sonakhali by boat, Later leave by surface for Kolkata. On arrival check in Kolkata into hotel. Over night at the hotel.
DAY 7: Kolkata / Jamshedpur
On time transfer to Railway station to connect train to Jamshedpur (Tata Nagar)
Dep: Kolkata By: Jan Shatabdi Exp. At: 0625 hrs.
Arr: Jamshedpur (Daily except Sun) At: 0945 hrs
Meeting and assistance on arrival and check into Hotel.Overnight at the hotel
DAY 8: Jamshedpur
Morning play golf at BELDIH GOLF COURSE.
BELDIH GOLF COURSE is a lush green, beautiful and very well-maintained golf course, with the charming Dalma Hills in the background. The course is quite challenging, with long fairways, one of which is nearly 600 yards. It has a wonderful pavilion and a state-of- the- art floodlit driving range. Every year the Tata Open is held here, and on the Golmuri Course. It is a long and tough course, which tests both skill and endurance-very challenging. Afternoon at leisure. Overnight at the hotel
DAY 9: Jamshedpur / Kolkata, Lv. Kolkata
On time transfer to Tata Nagar Railway station to connect train to Kolkata.
Dep: Jamshedpur By: Jamshedpur Howrah At: 0615 hrs.
Arr: Kolkata Steel Exp. At; 1020 hrs.
On arrival transfer to airport to connect flight for onward Destination.
End of Our Service
Check in Time 1400hrs
Check out time 12 Noon