Our wildlife themed trips go well beyond spotting a tiger. Many of the specialist guides and lodge owners we work with have dedicated their lives to working in and around national parks and wildlife conservation. Interacting with such experts complements the excitement of seeing wildlife on safari.
With first hand knowledge of a wide range of national parks and lodges, including lesser-known parks where visitors are fewer and activities more varied, we are ideally placed to create a custom made wildlife journey for those wanting to spot the elusive tiger or go beyond the usual circuit of national parks.
The wildlife theme can be incorporated into a wider ranging custom made journey or be the predominant focus for an entire trip. There are a number of important factors to consider when planning a wildlife themed trip; for example, when you want to travel and when is the best time for wildlife viewing, what is your focus (tigers, other large mammals, birds) and the style of accommodation that you want. Please let us know if you are interested in a wildlife themed trip and we will discuss a custom made itinerary with you.
Created for wildlife lovers, this itinerary explores the most interesting wildlife experiences in India. Covering the states of Madhya Pradesh, Assam and Karnataka, it includes visits to four of India’s most rewarding National Parks – Satpura, Kanha, Kaziranga and Nagarhole.
This itinerary adds to the fabulous ‘Golden Triangle’ of cosmopolitan Delhi, Moghul Agra and regal Jaipur by including a stay at Ranthambhore National Park – giving you the opportunity to spot the elusive Bengal tiger.
This extended itinerary combines the incomparable ‘golden triangle’ of Delhi, Agra and Jaipur with two of India’s renowned wildlife sanctuaries: Ranthambhore National Park and Keoladeo Ghana National Park.
This trip is designed exclusively for wildlife enthusiasts, with two stays of three nights at Kanha and Bandhavgarh National Parks being the highlight.
With less of a focus on tigers compared to north India, but with an abundance of beautiful tropical flora and fauna – and wonderful accommodation to match – South India offers much for the wildlife enthusiast.
With around 5% of Kerala’s total surface area devoted to the protection of wildlife, the state is home to an amazing variety of plants, trees, and wild animals.