Kaziranga, India | Minimum Age – 13 years | Difficulty Level – 3.5
Head over to the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Kaziranga National Park, one of the most bio-diverse regions in India and home of the World’s largest population of one-horned rhinos to work with The Corbett Foundation on live wildlife projects. Your research with experts in the field of wildlife conservation, will give you the chance to learn about the unique environment that is home to many endangered species. Get an understanding of the North Eastern culture as you visit Assamese hamlets and learn about the local culture and their relationship with nature.
Arrival and departure transfers at the destination at specified timings. Our team will help you with the details for your trip.
Safe, secure and fun accommodation at hostels, lodges & camps on shared basis – separate for girls and boys.
All meals. Breakfasts are continental style with cereal, toast, jam, butter. Picnic style lunches and hot dinners with snacks available on most days.
An experienced Internship Leader from the #DoTheDifferent team who travels from India and stays with the group at all times.
Meaningful experiences to introduce you to practical exposure on the subject of your interest.
Certificate for the valuable real experience and knowledge you have gained to boost University Applications & your CV.
Flights are not included in your trip. When booking flights, please keep in mind that you need to arrive in Guwahati before 10 am on day one. Should the connectivity from your destination not allow this, please arrange to arrive the night before. We can help you with the extra night accommodation (at a nominal cost). The Internship Coordinator from DoTheDifferent will be in Guwahati one day before the trip starts.
Our group will stay at modest lodges and the hotel rooms on multi-sharing sharing basis. The accommodation is clean with en-suite facilities and very safe.
On this project the participants will be working with local team and experts of The Corbett Foundation on their most current wildlife conservation project(s) in Kaziranga. While Kaziranga is best known for Rhinos there are many other species unique to the North-East region. You can expect to learn a little bit about many facets of wildlife conservation such as techniques on identifying wildlife, animal tracking, managing the man-animal conflict etc.
Indian citizens as well as most international passport holders do not require special documentation to travel to Assam.
|Start Date||End Date|
06 April 2019
13 April 2019