India wildlife safari tour of Kaziranga

£1750 excluding flights
10 Days
Tailor made
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Prices are on a twin sharing basis and includes ground transportation, English speaking guide, naturalists, all meals and accommodation and bottled water.
Please note that fees for camera will be charged separately at the park.
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Description of India wildlife safari tour of Kaziranga

Price information

£1750 excluding flights
Prices are on a twin sharing basis and includes ground transportation, English speaking guide, naturalists, all meals and accommodation and bottled water.
Please note that fees for camera will be charged separately at the park.
Make enquiry

Departure information

This trip can be tailor made throughout the year to suit your requirements

Travel guides

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North East India
The north east of India hardly feels like India at all. Linked to the rest of the country by just the northernmost strip of West Bengal, its remote st...


1 Reviews of India wildlife safari tour of Kaziranga

4 out of 5 stars

Reviewed on 07 Apr 2019 by

1. What was the most memorable or exciting part of your vacation?

All of it. Pobitora, Manas, Orang, Nameri and Kaziranga NPs. Assam is very different to other parts of India that we have visited.
Large family of elephants towards evening, mix of young and old.
Diphlu River Lodge at Kaziranga.
Taxi ride across Mumbai, still don't know how he got the taxi through some narrow gaps!

2. What tips would you give other travelers booking this vacation?

Take a good camera and/or camcorder if you want pics. Use the elephant rides at Manas to see Rhino, and hand a tip to the elephant, not the mahout (the elephant knows what to do).
Bansbari lodge buildings are ideally located but are leased from the government and the lodge management are unable to make changes. They cope admirably and the service is excellent and friendly in the circumstances.
If visiting the Eco-camp at Nameri the weekends get a lot of day tourists on a "day out". It can get a bit noisy despite the signs asking for quiet. If you ask people to turn off their iPlayers they will, usually.

3. Did you feel that your vacation benefited local people, reduced environmental impacts or supported conservation?


4. Finally, how would you rate your vacation overall?

Very good to excellent.

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The North-East is the land of green belt of India, of forests and tribal people. The entire north-east region is rich in its natural resources-oil, natural gas, minerals and most importantly valuable forests. Though the North-East is an industrially backward region, the existing industries, deforestation and flood are causing serious problem to the environment in the region.

For our wildlife tours we have wildlife experts, who are themselves involved in conservation efforts. Hence, while our clients’ visit to the wildlife parks bring a positive economic benefit by way of entrance fees paid, our guides adhere to a number of strict guidelines not to in anyway disturb the delicate natural environments with safety of the clients being paramount.

In spite of the existence of several forest laws and regulation the forest cover of the region is fast depleting to logging, deforestation and plundering by the insurgents. Flood causes severe damage to ecology, environment and hundreds of wildlife including the one horned rhinos perish in the annual floods in the region. The river island 'Majuli' is losing several hectares of land to Brahmaputra every year, thus the very existence of the island is under threat.

As a tour and travel organisation we realise that rampant tourism can also be a burden on the environment. We therefore, strive to reduce any negative impact to the best possible extant.

We use small vehicles accommodating 4-5 passengers in a trip. We use our own cars or hired cars that conform to emission standards and are regularly checked both for carbon emissions.

In places where there is scarcity of water and energy, we inform our travelers about the limited use of these resources.


North East India, is located in one corner and attached to the rest of India by a narrow 20 km wide land passage and shares a border area of over 2000 km with neighbouring countries Bhutan, China, Myanmar and Bangladesh. The region is known to be one of the ethnically and linguistically most diverse regions of South Asia- with each of the states having its distinct cultures and traditions. Since time immemorial, the region has been the assembly point of myriad communities, faiths and cultures. It is home to more than 220 different tribes speaking a wide range of languages.

North east India is a biodiversity hotspot with a rich tribal culture and heritage with over 200 different languages spoken. It is home to some of the indigenous tribal communities belonging to the Austro- Asiatic linguistic family. Various tribal communities of the region have very distinct culture and traditions which they follow strictly.

Our efforts are directed at developing positive attitudes between the tourists and the hosts by learning about the cultures and traditions of each other, reducing negative perceptions and stereotypes, developing pride, appreciation, understanding and respect and tolerance for each other’s culture. The locals are educated about what to expect with the arrival of tourists, while taking care that it is not at all intrusive and only where the locals agree to participate. Likewise, tourists are briefed about the people and local cultures and traditions. This in a way also helps preserve the local traditions and handicrafts, which would over a period of time be extinct.

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