Destinations covered: New Delhi | Ahemdabad | Gir National Park | Rann of Kutch National Park
This Itinerary is carefully woven with modern Indian History and wide expanse of Wildlife. Know more about Gandhi ji and his time spent in River front house in Ahmedabad. Visit the Akshardham temple and discuss the science behind the building. Its only Gir would give you chance to meet Asiatic Lion found in India. Gir is also famous for Four-horned Antelope. Similarly in the backdrop of Rann of Katch you would spot the wild ass which is its only refuge in the world. After the rains it is the sight to watch for These coastal wetlands. The Handicraft of the area would leave you spell bound. Terracotta, Patchwork, Pen knives would be ideal memento which describes how the Artform evolves through generations.
Destinations covered: New Delhi | Jim Corbett National Park | New Delhi | Jaipur | Ranthambore National Park | Bharatpur National Park | Agra | New Delhi
If the tiger ever stands still, the elephant will crush him with his mighty tusks. But the tiger will not stand still. He will leap upon the back of the elephant, tearing huge chunks from his side, and then he will leap back into the dark jungle. And slowly the elephant will bleed to death.
These are the lines by War and strategy writer Wilbur H Morrison. They are enough to show the might of both the animals. However there can only be one king of the jungle – and that is Tiger. However it is nice to see how these two animals live side by side in the jungle. This itinerary would show you how it is that possible to adjust and evolve according to surroundings. It would also focus on the fact how varied is the Tiger Terrain and how he flourishes in each one of them with ease. You would see the culture extension of Rajasthan and then watching the migratory birds from the boat in Bharatpur would be a different experience altogether.
Destinations covered: New Delhi | Kathmandu | Chitwan | Bardia National Park | Dudhwa | New Delhi
Come and fall fall in love in love with Himalyas – Wildlife of India and Nepal would offer you to sit in the laps of the mightiest mountains of the world. These 14 days would be spent in the lap of the youngest and mighty mountains of the world. Nepal and India houses majority portion of these mountains. Get deeper into their histories and stories you would get the crux of everyday lives of these nations where religion plays important part. Heavenly abode to the Gods – today provide the shelter and protection to numerous endangered species. Chances are at the end of these 14 days you would have grown the seeds of the quest to know more about the marvel these mountains have hidden from the civilizations. After spending 14 days in Chitwan, Dudhwa, Bardia we promise you would not like to go back to Starbuck’s queues everyday.