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Tadoba National park tiger safari, India

This eight day tiger safari takes place in one location, Tadoba National Park, giving plenty of time to really feel immersed in this well known tiger habitat. After taking a flight from Delhi to Nagpur, and then a two hour transfer by car or minibus, you arrive at this wonderfully remote park that is well off the normal tourist tiger trail. The name of this tiger watching terrain comes from the indigenous tribe’s language, as Tadoba was a deity worshipped by them. Indeed, the indigenous people still live in this region and, having been stewards of it for generations. It is fitting, therefore, that this responsible tiger watching vacation ensures that it supports local conservation ...Read more >
From £1,200 excluding flights

Tiger watching vacation in India

The itinerary for this nine day tiger watching vacation with Indian wildlife experts has been crafted in a way that makes the most of every opportunity possible to see not only the magnificent tigers of Madhya Pradesh state and, in particular Kanha National Park and Bandhavgarh National Park, but also a plethora of other wildlife. Plus the guides on this trip are all expert naturalists from the region, who will share all their knowledge and passion for conservation while on the tiger safari with you. After a sleeper train journey from Delhi, your first safari experience is in Bandhavgarh National Park, celebrated as the place where the rare white tigers were captured for the Maharaja of ...Read more >
From £1,300 excluding flights

Wildlife photography vacation in India

A ten day wildlife photography where you will travel around Kanha National Park, in the Central Indian state of Madhya Pradesh, home to about a hundred of India’s tigers, as well as leopard, sambhar, chital, monkeys and the rare swamp deer. This itinerary includes eleven game drives in Kanha with an expert naturalist guide to accompany you, and one who has experience of leading internationally renowned wildlife photographers through these unique habitats. Habitats that range from large swathes of native sal tree forests, to open grasslands or bamboo bush. Making this the most perfect terrain for wildlife photography vacations with plenty of chances for magnificent sightings. A large part ...Read more >
From £1,100 excluding flights

India highlights, Taj, Ganges, & ancient monuments

This tour provides a window on ancient India and its incredible cultural heritage, from architectural jewels to spiritual depths. Begin by exploring India's capital, Delhi, visiting the grand Swami Naryan Temple, the old town's magnificent Red Fort – one-time seat of Moghul rulers – and the ornately decorated Qutub Minar minaret. The 'Pink City' of Jaipur – capital of Rajasthan – provides colourful counterpoint to Delhi with its ravishing mix of ancient merchant houses, historic forts and lavish palaces. Your next destination is Agra, pausing en route to visit Fatehpur Sikri, a fascinating example of Moghul architecture built by the illustrious King Akbar. In Agra, the Agra Fort is ...Read more >
From £1,000 excluding flights

India bird watching vacation in the Himalayas

This unique birding trip combines exotic Himalayan locations with the contrasting landscapes and wildlife of Bharatpur and Chambal. Bharatpur is at the heart of the Keoladeo Ghana National Park - explored both on foot and cycle rickshaws. This UNESCO World Heritage site boasts breathtaking wetlands where a third of around 400 bird species have flown in from as far afield as Siberia and Central Asia. During two days here look out for multiple species of crane and stork, Asian Openbill, Black-headed Ibis, Pheasant-tailed and Bronzed-winged Jacanas and Oriental Darter. The park's wooded areas, meanwhile, are home to Yellow-footed Green-pigeon, Taiga Flycatcher, Indian Pygmy Woodpeckers, ...Read more >
From £1,300 excluding flights

Golden Triangle & tigers in India

This nine day, tailor made vacation revolves around a carefully crafted itinerary that takes in not only the cultural highlights of Golden Triangle, India ‘s stunning historical trail, but also one of the country’s natural highlights too: seeing India’s tigers in Kanha National Park. After a day of sightseeing in Delhi, you will head to the majestic city of Jaipur, where you are immersed in an eclectic and fascinating mix of royal architecture, from the Palace of the Winds to the Amber Fort, as well as ancient markets intermixed with this ancient majesty. From the pink city of Jaipur to the white marble magnificence of the Taj Mahal in Agra. A vast mausoleum built by the Mughal emperor ...Read more >
From £1,200 excluding flights

India tour, palaces and leopards

Highlights : Palaces-Taj & Leopards Visit National Capital New Delhi Visit City of Lakes Udaipur Visit Jawai for Bera leopards An existing exploratory tour of desert realms and amazing edifices. Admire the ancient architectural masterpieces and discover the glory of India. A wild safari in leopard country is the focus of this tour. Trail around every corner awaits you in this magical desert landscape the home of wild leopards. Join us for the memorable journey.Read more >
From £1,100 excluding flights

South India tours, temples and monuments

Lavishly built and aesthetically designed, the temples of South India are unmatched in architectural brilliance. But more than being mere symbols of architectural genius these temples are living embodiments of rich tradition and culture that has made India proud. One of South India's great temple towns, Madurai is synonymous with the celebrated Meenakshi Temple. Situated on the banks of river Vaigai, Madurai has a rich cultural heritage passed on from the great Tamil era more than 2500 years old. Madurai was an important cultural and commercial center even as early as 550 AD. Pondicherry: The Portuguese have been here, so have the Dutch, the Danes, the English and the French. By 18th ...Read more >
From £1,400 excluding flights

Darjeeling & Sikkim trekking vacation

Discover another side of Asia's most famous mountain region exploring Sikkim and Darjeeling in the Eastern Himalayas, in the lee of the world's third-highest peak – the 8598m Mount Kanchendzonga. Sikkim and Darjeeling jostle on the map against Tibet's Chumbi Valley and great plateau, plus the kingdoms of Nepal and Bhutan. It's a region not only of jaw-dropping scenery but also prehistoric ruins, medieval towns, unique flora and fauna, and a distinctive local culture whose engaging simplicity is enlivened by colourful festivals. In Gangtok, visit the Rumtek Monastery, Droul Chorthen and learn about local culture at the Research Institute of Tibetology. Moving on to Yuksom – ancient ...Read more >
From £1,650 including domestic flights only

Kerala tailor made vacation

Kerala is one of India's most beguiling regions, set between the Arabian Sea and the uplands of the Western Ghats, traversed by over forty tranquil emerald-green rivers lined with colourful villages. It's a laidback place too, whose countless palm trees – Kerala means 'land of coconuts' – provide cooling shade from the tropical sun. Kerala has one of India's loveliest shorelines, including the glorious beach at Kovalam plus the delightful city of Cochin, perched on a saltwater lagoon. Visit its 16th century Church of St. Francis, Paradesi Synagogue and Mattancherry Palace. Heading inland and upward, you reach the picturesque town of Munnar for an overnight stay amid the tea plantations ...Read more >
From £910 excluding flights

Gujarat vacations, Asiatic Lions, Blackbuck & Wild Asses

This tailor made trip has been crafted by a local company that specialises in Gujarat wildlife, such as the much sought after Asiatic lions, blackbuck and wild asses. The nine day itinerary has been carefully crafted to allow plenty of time in each of the Gujarat national parks. With one full day in Velavadar National Park, famous for its beautiful blackbuck and two days in Gir National Park where the Asiatic lions take center stage. Gir was given protected status as far back as 1900 when, after being used as a trophy hunting ground for years, the lion population was reduced to almost zero. Since then, hunting lion has been illegal and the legacy of committed conservation still stands here. ...Read more >
From £1,350 excluding flights

Red Panda and bird tour in India

Red Panda Only two thousand five hundred Red Panda survive in the wilds of India and SW China. It is one of the most exotic species surviving the in Eastern Himalayas. It is distantly related to the Giant Panda but is closer to weasel and skunks belonging to superfamily Musteloidea. It belongs to family Ailuridea and genus Ailurus the species found in India belongs to race fulgens. The long bushy tail with ochre rings and body covered in reddish brown fur makes it an attractive mammal to watch in the dense canopy of temperate Himalayan forests. The tour is aimed to accord an exciting sighting of the Red Panda in the Singalila National Park near Darjeeling district of West Bengal in ...Read more >
From £2,000 excluding flights

Tigers and rhinos tours in India

This tour is a unique combination of India’s wildlife. We will be visiting Sunderbans, a UNESCO World Heritage Site to see its famous swimming tigers, as well as Kaziranga National Park for rhinos. Your first stop is Kaziranga NP, one of the world’s beacons of conservation, having successfully protected its great one horned rhinos, and now home to two thirds of the world’s population of them. With over 2,400 of them today in the park, rhino safaris here are second to none. The park is also a tiger reserve and, as if that isn’t enough, other animals that you will be able to look out for on your morning and evening game safaris here include elephants, water buffalo and superb birdlife. In ...Read more >
From £1,350 excluding flights

Best of Central India wildlfe tour

Tigers are special, rare and critically endangered predators. They are the most majestic creatures on Earth. A desire to see the big cat lurks in the heart of one and all. But the predator is elusive with enticing behavioral traits. Difficult to search for a lot of hard work and logic is required to arrive at a spot where the majestic creature is present. In the wild the predators are hard to see but one sight is for a lifetime. Easily described as the most beautiful and magnificent animal it is found in the jungles of Central India. Depending on what time your flight arrives/departs New Delhi; you could do a Food Walk in the city to experience and taste the food history of India. It ...Read more >
From £2,300 excluding flights

Leopard safari and culture, India

Bera is well Known as a destination for leopard sightings in an open Jawai Dam at Bera is in the Pali District of the State of Rajasthan. The Pali district encloses Jawai Dam (Baand) which lies adjacent to a village called Bera. Together they constitute Jawai Bandh Community Reserve. In recent times the surroundings have become famous for leopard (panther) sightings in the open and their harmonious existence with villagers. River Jawai forms a habitable ecosystem for leopards and megafauna. Udaipur situated in the State of Rajasthan Udaipur is a panoramic historical city. The city glorifies urbanity through its beautiful lakes, gardens, noble houses, and palaces. Historical temples ...Read more >
From £1,100 excluding flights

Kerala homestay tours

Kerala has much to enchant both families and individual travelers, and this trip offers a more personal experience of the region through staying with locals and discovering local tradition, cuisine and community through their eyes. Kick off in the delightful historic trading and fishing port city of Cochin on the Arabian Sea, visiting ancient churches and forts, the Mattancherry palace and picture-perfect Chinese beach fishing nets, before enjoying an evening of Kerala's traditional Kathakali dance. Transferring to the village of Alleppey, meet your homestay hosts in a village whose waterways have earned it the title 'Venice of the East'. Its lush paddy fields are the rice bowl of ...Read more >
From £600 excluding flights

Rajasthan tailor made vacation, India

This is an Indian adventure combining bustling cities, village experiences and a chance to see some of the country's most iconic architectural jewels. After the sights of India's capital city Delhi, Rajasthan delivers an array of stunning historic buildings. There's the Taj Mahal at Agra, of course, but also the majestic architecture of Jaipur – the Maharajas' City Palace and its museums, Hawa Mahal (Palace of Winds), the Birla White Marble Temple and the ancient Observatory – plus fantastic views of the city from the terrace of the rugged 500-year-old Fort. Jaipur is complemented by some lesser-known but no less spectacular historic Rajasthan neighbours. In Bikaner City, the 17th ...Read more >
From £1,000 excluding flights
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