Wildlife holiday in Central India

“Become the Spy in the Jungle as you enjoy luxury tented accommodation and 4x4 game safaris in some of India's finest wildlife reserves.”


New Delhi | Bandhavgarh Tiger Reserve | Kanha Tiger Reserve | Pench Tiger Reserve | Satpura Tiger Reserve | Bhimbetka cave paintings | search for: giant squirrels, tigers, leopards, wild dogs, water birds and wetland wildlife |

Description of Wildlife holiday in Central India

India wildlife tours are an amazing treat for nature lovers and for anyone else with a passing interest in adventure as they conjure up an incredible variety of experiences, least of all the chance to spot tigers, leopards, sloth bears, bison and crocodiles within a range of stunning environments.

As this particular 12 day India wildlife tour is exclusive you'll be able to take advantage of an array of luxury safari camp accommodation, with the tiger reserves of Kanha, Bandhavgarh and Pench all providing some exquisite scenes to accompany a range of comfortable facilities.

Aside from the wildlife tours, India is blessed with a bounty of ancient sites of interest with the UNESCO listed Bhimbtka caves providing a fascinating finale to this fabulous India wildlife tour.

Below are just a few of the highlights that you can expect to find whilst undertaking this private India wildlife tour:

- Big cat safari tours in India's most prestigious tiger reserves with excellent chances of seeing sloth bears, leopards and other wildlife alongside the slinking figure of Shere Khan himself.
- Explore Central India's best regarded jungle regions which are known to be the inspiration behind Rudyard Kipling's Jungle Book.
- Take a guided tour of Satpura Tiger Reserve either on foot, by boat or on the back of an elephant.
- Experience an array of chances to go bird watching and embark on nature photography trips.
- Find out more about the 30,000 year old cave paintings within the caves of Bhimbetka.
- Enjoy comfortable and well-equipped luxury safari camp accommodation.
- Tailor-make the tour to suit your exact wishes.

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Departure information

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

Responsible tourism

Responsible tourism: Wildlife holiday in Central India


1. Our environment responsibilities start right from the office. We have policy of using eco-friendly goods and paper, plus we reduce, reuse and recycle where possible. We print our office documents on both sides of the paper to reduce paper consumption. We try to keep our marketing materials at bare minimum by using modern electronic communication for marketing purpose. We also work to minimise energy and water consumption in our offices, and we encourage our partners to follow similar waste management and energy philosophies.

2. We operate with small group sizes which not only maximises interaction within the group and guides and local community but also minimises the impact on environment.

3. Our vehicles comply with strict Euro IV emissions or Bharat Stage III control regulations set by the European Union and Indian Environment Ministry. We regularly check and maintain vehicles to the highest possible standard in order to limit carbon emissions and ensure the comfort and safety of our passengers.

4. In this tour you will be staying in homestays, lodges and hotels which are safe, comfortable and operated in a sustainable way. We specifically pay attention to the lodges and camps, located around national parks for their waste disposal and eco-tourism policies.

5. Tiger reserves and national parks are covered in majority of our tours and with the increasing number of tourists in these reserves can put extra pressure on the local flora and fauna. However, we believe wildlife tourism can be an important conservation tool if used responsibly. Travel to national parks and wildlife areas can bring positive economic benefits as entrance fees contribute to the maintenance and conservation of local flora and animal species, while visitors benefit from the educational aspects of the area and take away with them an increased awareness of the need and place for conservation. Equally important tourism helps the local communities living around these reserves by providing jobs and helping them realise the importance of the forest.

Our tour leaders and drivers follow strict policy while visiting national parks to minimise pressure on Tiger Tourism. Our code of conducts is:

• We do not guarantee sighting of any particular species because this puts pressure on drivers, guides, naturalists, mahouts and other authorities. Rather, we rely on skilled naturalists and guides who are expert in deciphering jungle signs to locate the client’s dream animal/birds.
• We refrain from rushing through the jungle beyond the permitted speed in the hope of catching a glimpse of a tiger or other animal. We maintain a slow speed, which not only allows the tourists to absorb nature but it is also safe for animals crossing/sitting on the road.
• We do not go beyond the marked area for tourists inside forest in hope of better sightings.
• We strictly do not chase animals or disturb their natural behaviour for a better look or for the ‘ultimate photograph’.
• Whenever we find garbage or plastic inside the reserve, we carry it out for safe and responsible disposal.
• We maintain a safe distance from animals and do not come between parents and offspring.
• We avoid approaching nesting or breeding sites as this causes unnecessary stress to parents and young ones.
• We do not support attractions which use animals as entertainment for profit. These animals are often taken from the wild, mistreated and are trained to perform unnatural behaviours, which are not only stressful but often harmful to the animal.
Apart from above, we strictly follow and expect same from our clients to abide by the rules and regulations pointed out by Forest Department of India and local authorities.


1. All the guides in this tour are locals. We believe that a local guide can enliven every tour with local folk-lore, snippets of gossip, names of plants and their medicinal uses. Most importantly particularly in remote villages, our guide is our host, showing us around his or her area. This helps to make our tours an experience of cultural exchange rather than a brutish trample through someone else’s way of life.

2. Accommodations used in this tour employs local people. This not only puts money back in the community but it encourages in imparting knowledge to the community about the importance of their environment and how it can be beneficial without destructing it.

3. Travellers’ visit to the historical and heritage sites on this tour will contribute to the maintenance and restoration of these unique places in a form of the entry fee. As per our sustainable travel policy, we ask that travellers respect signage, take only photographs and leave no litter or graffiti behind, even if others have done so. Do not attempt to bring home any rocks or stones or other souvenirs of the location and don’t purchase such items from vendors as this can encourage the ongoing destruction of local areas of interest.

4. We encourage our guests who visit villages or overnight there to express their thanks in the form of small practical gifts: fresh vegetables, or a blanket or jumper for a child.

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