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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 holiday ensures that it supports local conservation ... Read more >
From £900 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 £1,200 excluding flights

Gujarat holidays, 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 centre 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 £925 excluding flights

Darjeeling & Sikkim trekking holiday

Sikkim and Darjeeling are situated in the Eastern Himalayas below Mount Kanchendzonga (8598 meters, 3rd highest Mountain in the world). To the north of Sikkim lies the vast area of the great Tibetan plateau, to the west the kingdom of Nepal, to the east the kingdom of Bhutan and the Chumbi Valley of Tibet, while the neighbouring State of West Bengal stretches along its southern boundary. The route chalked in Sikkim / Darjeeling will present the finest scenery, prehistoric ruins, medieval towns and churches. The unrivalled high altitude treks of Dzongri at 3962 meters and Goechala at 4940 meters are both breathtaking and awe - inspiring. The captivating landscape, with an incomparable ... Read more >
From £1,250 including domestic flights only

India highlights, Taj, Ganges, & ancient monuments

The package tour offers window into ancient India, its robust cultural heritage. The monuments of yore, marvelous architectural splendors enamor you with their wealth of creativity. A visit to Varanasi, World’s oldest agglomeration on banks of Ganges, the holiest river in India opens Pandora box - a spiritual hub that sublimes into infinite. Experience the intrinsic rites and rituals of the pious Hindus, it is a World set apart. Enjoy your stay at the modern temples of extreme luxury - the finest in the country Note: Tiger Safari extension available at Kanha National park Read more >
From £770 excluding flights

Kerala tailor made holiday

We welcome you to Kerala, God's Own Country. With the Arabian Sea on the west and the Western Ghats towering on the east, Kerala is networked by forty-four rivers. Kerala is a very easy place to simply sit back and enjoy. The name means "land of coconuts"; the palms shade nearly the entire state from the tropical sun and many call the beach at Kovalam the best in India. Travellers come for tranquil stretches of emerald backwaters, lush green hill stations and exotic wildlife, ayurvedic health resorts, enchanting art forms, magical festivals, historic and cultural monuments, and exotic cuisine... a truly unique experience. We will be visiting Cochin, built around a saltwater lagoon of the ... Read more >
From £700 excluding flights

Tiger watching holiday in India

The itinerary for this nine day tiger watching holiday 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 £725 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 centre 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 £710 excluding flights

India bird watching holiday in the Himalayas

A unique birding trip designed for the first time to combine exotic locations in the Himalayas with Bharatpur & Chambal. Our tour starts with a visit to Bharatpur (Keoladeo Ghana National Park) on foot and with cycle rickshaws. Keoladeo National Park has some of the finest wetlands in the world and is now classified as a UNESCO world heritage site. Over 400 species have been recorded in the park, one third of which are winter migrants which breed as far as Siberia & Central Asia. Ducks are numerous and include Lesser Whistling and Spot-billed Duck and the Comb Duck. During our two days we hope to see Sarus, Common and Demoiselle Crane, Black-necked and painted Storks, Asian Openbill, ... Read more >
From £1,000 excluding flights

Snow leopard tracking tour in Ladakh, India

Hemis National Park in India is a paradise on Earth. Come explore magnificent mountain ranges charismatic glens and amazing gorges as you move on the awe striking trail. Search for the silver ghost the Snow leopard as you trek through the maze of natural pathways. Hemis National Park is the refuge of more than two hundred snow leopards. In severe winters Snow leopards move down from the steep snow clad mountains into the low altitude valleys and gorges in search of their prey base. Bharal or Blue sheep is the prime prey base for the Snow leopard. The silver ghost is as elusive as the name suggests. It is a once in a life time moment to encounter this amazing cat. The tour promises just ... Read more >
From £2,100 excluding flights

Kerala homestay tours

Kerala has in recent times become the most enchanting holiday destination for families, tourists and individual travelers. Holidaymakers arrive from all over the world to this destination every year. The state offers luxury as well as budget accommodation all over but a new dimension in Kerala tourism has emerged in recent times. The concept of homestay accommodation allows the traveller to experience Kerala from a different perspective. Kerala homestays let you mingle with the host and the family leading a close cultural interaction and provides a learning process for better understanding of the society, local tradition, cuisine, and community. Apart from being economical the homestay ... Read more >
From £400 excluding flights

Golden Triangle & tigers holiday in India

This nine day, tailor made holiday 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 £750 excluding flights

Wildlife photography holiday 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 holidays with plenty of chances for magnificent sightings. A large part ... Read more >
From £750 excluding flights

Rajasthan tailor made holiday, India

This trip has been designed to experience real India. We will be doing local sight seeing in Delhi & Agra to see the Taj Mahal. In Jaipur we will be visiting the Maharajas' City Palace & its museum, Observatory, Hawa Mahal (Palace of Winds) & Birla White Marble Temple. In Mandawa we will be visiting Havelies & Temples. The terrace of the rugged Fort provides a panoramic view of the town. See the extraordinary frescoes on the walls of the houses and medieval paintings of Shekhawati. At Bikaner City, we will visit the Junagarh Fort, built in 1611 AD. The palaces worth visiting are Anup Mahal, Karan Mahal, and Bijai Phool Mahal. Jaisalmer is the ancient citadel on the Caravan route linking ... Read more >
From £755 excluding flights
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