Tiger safari and Golden Triangle tour in India
Experience the stomping grounds of Moghuls and Maharaja, visiting the vibrant cities of Delhi, Agra and Jaipur and search for the Bengal tiger in Ranthambhore National Park
Guided tour of Old Delhi Jama Masjid mosque Agra Taj Mahal Red Fort Itmad-ud-daulah game drives in Ranthambhore Jaipur Delhi
£2650 including UK flights
Prices will vary according to the accommodation selected and season of travel and our specialists will be able to discuss your individual requirements.
Description of Tiger safari and Golden Triangle tour in India
This trip can be tailor made and departures can be arranged all year. The sample itinerary below can be modified to your personal wishes including departure date, duration, accommodation used & how long you spend in each destination.
4 Reviews of Tiger safari and Golden Triangle tour in India
4.5 out of 5 stars
Reviewed on 29 May 2018 by Carole MacLarenSo hard to decide between seeing the Taj Mahal and seeing my first tiger in the wild! Oh and then there was the leopard... Read full review
Reviewed on 04 Apr 2017 by Dave TorrSeeing tigers and leopards (an unexpected bonus) at really close quarters was the most memorable part. Read full review
Reviewed on 20 Feb 2017 by Ted JacksonActually seeing the tigers that we went to see was memorable - and very much more besides. A porcupine was a special unplanned and unexpected bonus. Faultless. A complex programme which was perfectly choreographed - and enjoyable to excess. Read full review
Reviewed on 19 Feb 2016 by Susan HunterIt was a fantastic trip. I saw some amazing wildlife and met some lovely people. The food was pretty darn good too. Read full review
As the pioneers of responsible tourism, we've screened this (and every) vacation so that you can travel knowing it will help support the places and people that you visit, and the planet. Read how below.
PlanetTraveling responsibly can take many forms and need not comply solely with the expected norm and focus only on the preservation of wildlife. Simply by visiting an area the traveler can benefit the locality and this positive impact can be greatly enhanced by operating in a sustainable and considerate manner.
We are members of TOFT (Travel Operators for Tigers) which aims, in cooperation with the charity Global Tiger Patrol, to support a more responsible and sustainable approach to wildlife tourism. Together with local community programmes, this benefits the local villagers and the wildlife within the parks you visit.
This itinerary visits 3 tiger parks and all share the same pressures of a large surrounding local population, who have historically used the countryside as a source of food, grazing land and firewood. The presence of travelers that contribute to the local economy helps preserve the integrity of the parks and helps the local population see them as beneficial.
PeopleOn this suggested itinerary your qualified guide will ensure that you learn a great deal about the culture, history and wildlife of the region but they will also encourage you to buy in local shops, try local restaurants or pick up the odd souvenir in a market. This spending will not only help support the local economy but will sustain local trades and crafts.
All the guides used on this tour are locally qualified and they will offer you a first rate service. By employing only local Indian guides travelers are providing both a valuable source of employment as well as generating income for the local community.
Accordingly the suggested hotels are all locally owned and employ local staff, while the properties themselves operate responsible policies towards the use of energy and, importantly, water. A selection of the hotels are also members of TOFT and as such are committed to minimising their impact on the local environment and culture.
At Ranthambhore we support the Prakratik Society, a registered charity working to create a better understanding between man and nature. The society has been working in the area for several years providing primary health care services, dairy development, veterinary care, afforestation, environmental education, agro-forestry and income generation through the revival of traditional handicrafts.