Destinations covered: Raipur | Kawardha | Bhoramdeo | Amarkantak | Sirpur | Barnawapara | Jagdalpur
Ever wondered what would happen if a Monk is given the Tiger Traits. He would be effortlessly in tune with the rhythms and motions of his surroundings. He would have his secret lair where he would love spending time in solitude. This Itinerary undoubtedly is a mix of Spiritualism, Sufism and Tigers. The Challenge it poses would be to imbibe what you learn on this trip in your real life. Sufi Poet has spent lot of time in Kawardah also known as Kabirdham. Amazing Temples of Amarkantak and slow life of Jagdal Pur. Add the tiger touch of Achanakmar and the Godly space of Lakshmana Temple. Listen to Chitrakut waterfall and see the mist rising from the bottom. Connect to your inner visions which compel you to reach your full Potential in all areas of your life.
Destinations covered: Raipur | Gangrel | Jagdalpur | Kanger Valley National Park | Kondagaon | Amarkantak | Achanakmar Wild Life Sanctuary | Raipur
This journey of 8 days would want to you to see the sunrise without fail in the picturesque backdrop of Chhattisgarh. Learn things or two about the Bastar art. You would uncover Chhattisgarh’s Natural Beauty, Ancient roots, Untouched Jungles, mystic caves and much comparable wildlife. This kingdom got its glory as Kusha – one of the twin son’s of Lord Rama ruled here. Chitrakoot falls – largest waterfall in India - on river Indravati reminds you of Rapunzel of fairy tales. Relishing its beauty from the boat is heavenly experience.Kutumsar caves is home to blind fish which has evolved over the centuries to be independent of sunlight. Narmada Udgam in Amarkantak has series of temple and in the morning see people performing various rituals. Sleeping next to Achanakmar’s core zone can be different experience in itself. This forest offers you perfect spaced out punctuation mark where you can pick up your next journey to Chhattisgarh.
Destinations covered: New Delhi | Jaipur | Ranthambore National Park | Bharatpur National Park | Agra | Bandhavgarh National Park | Khajuraho | Varanasi | New Delhi
Very Few Itineraries would offer you such rich experience. Wildlife woven in culture, history and quest of knowledge. One thing for sure is going to happen after these 15 days – Serenity and calmness would take over you for sure. Safaris in Bandhavgarh and Kanha. Diversity of Delhi, Royalty of Jaipur and Ancient roots of Varanasi. All put in together is crash course in Indian culture, wildlife and knowledge which is older than history itself. When you fly back the hangover of this cocktail would take some time to go away and we would not be surprised if you come back for some more. You would be very happy to cherish the moments you eternalized with the help of your Camera – you would say to yourself what a shot!!!!
Destinations covered: Kolkata | Sundarbans National Park | Kolkata | Guwahati | Manas Wildlife Sanctuary | Nameri National Park | Kaziranga National Park | Gibbon Wildlife Sanctuary | Dibru-Saikhowa | Mishmi Hills | Dibrugarh | Kolkata | New Delhi | Mumbai
You would start the trip from Culturally Rich Kolkata to Mighty Delta basin of Sunderbans. Watch Bagurumba in Manas and meet Mighty 5 of Kaziranga. Perhaps no mode of transport from Ancient Bullock Cart to modern Airplane all would be used in this Itinerary. Finally you would finish the itinerary in the most awesome and scenic hills of Mishmi. Very well balanced itinerary in terms of Animal and Bird sightings. Just apt amount of Nature makes the experience rather wholesome. What’s more you can customize the itinerary as desired and send in your special requests. Abundance of Locals interaction would be perfect icing on the cake.
Destinations covered: New Delhi | Jim Corbett National Park | Ranthambore National Park | Agra | Katni | Bandhavgarh National Park | Kanha National Park | Pench Tiger Reserve | Tadoba | Nagpur
This itinerary gives you an opportunity to experience the celebrity parks of India. Jim Corbett is one of the most beautiful Tiger habitats that India has on offer, located on the foothills of Himalayas, a flowing river, dense woodlands inhabiting Elephants, the grasslands filled with Deers are some scenes you will cherish for long. In Ranthambhore, every tourist and the photographer yearn to see the Tiger sitting in a Chattri (a Cenotaph), and few do capture the same. Sighting the Tiger in the backdrop of the10th century Ranthambhore fort is mesmerising. The central Indian forests of Kanha will offer a rich bio-diversity, and some quality sightings. Bandhavgarh formerly a hunting ground of Maharaja Rewa has reputation for very good Tiger sightings. In Pench hopefully you will encounter the legendary Collarwali, a tourist friendly Tigress with her cubs.
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 | Jaipur | Ranthambore National Park | Bharatpur National Park | Agra | Khajuraho | Bandhavgarh National Park | Kanha National Park | Nagpur | Kolkata | Guwahati | Kaziranga National Park | Mumbai | Rajkot | SasanGir | Rann of Kutch National Park | Ahemdabad | New Delhi
India opens the pethora of colours, culture, visuals, beauty, wildlife and gateway to very different realm for the photographers. You would not like to miss out on any opportunity to capture the immeasurable beauty this itinerary has to offer. You would be meandering between cultural bazaars of Old Delhi, Kolkata and Rajasthan in general. Marvel at all shades of greens in the forests of Kanha, Bandhavgarh, Ranthambhore, Kaziranga and more. Experience the variety of backdrops in your photographs as every forest is unique with its flora and fauna. Make sure you carry the long lasting photographic gear and loads of memory cards to ensure you don’t miss out on the photograph of your lifetime.
Destinations covered: Mumbai | Nagpur | Kanha National Park | Bandhavgarh National Park | Panna National Park | Khajuraho | New Delhi
India is a country of extremes and contrasts like no other. From coral reefs to parched deserts – from endless coast line to mighty Himalyas – from central plateau to sodden lowlands. Similar diversity is distinctly present in Tiger’s habitat too. The evergreen sal, saja and bamboo forests of Kanha, Bandhavgarh, and Panna are located in the heart of Indian state – Madhya Pradesh. Temperatures range from almost 0 degree centigrade in winter months of January to about 45 degrees in summer months of May and June. From hilly terrains in Panna, to undulating in Kanha, and rocky in parts of Bandhavgarh, Tiger is seen in all regions. Get ready for this most popular Tiger tour and make sure you do not lose any chance to click him in the wild. You have an option to spend some time in Khajuraho temples a world heritage site almost 11 centuries old.
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Destinations covered: New Delhi | Dudhwa | Lucknow | Nagarhole National Park | Agra | Bharatpur National Park | Ranthambore National Park | Jaipur | New Delhi
This itinerary is best done from November till March. In this programme you will get to drive through India, on highways, and stateways. The idea behind this road journey is that you see lot of birds in the farming lands, while the farmers are busy ploughing and sowing the wheat crop, the birds follow the farmers to feed on the insects coming out form the fields. Seeing the tall Sarus cranes while driving on a highway might not surprise you, but what will surprise surely is the comfort level of these birds. Our driver would stop the vehicle should you so desire to observe these Cranes, or egrets from close quarters. As the breeding would have just happenned and the chicks would be small hence the need for frequesnt feeding gets them to farms. You might be surprised that you get to see lot of birds outside the bird sanctuaries. Visit to Bharatpur, Ranthambhore, and Dudhwa will further expose you to another 600 different species. Visit to India is not complete if you have not taken a selfie with the Taj Mahal and feel numb when you sight your first Tiger in the wild in Ranthambhore.
Destinations covered: New Delhi | Jim Corbett National Park | Dudhwa | Bardia National Park | Chitwan | Pokhara | Kathmandu | New Delhi
You have to be a lover of everything to spend 18 days in the nature’s lap. It is the complete knowledge of Terai vegetation is required to design such an itinerary. First few safaris would give you glimpse of Terai and as you further move from Corbett to Dudhwa and then to Chitwan the movie and drama would unfold itself. The Best of both Countries in terms of wildlife would fill you up for complete 18 days. Know more about Jim Corbett as a person and his role as a Conservationist. Spend lot of time in watch tower in Dudhwa. Eat the food cooked the Jungle way and smell the local tradition and flavors. Stand in silence and hear the unseen Mythological river at the David falls in Pokhra. Make sure you care the mysticism and wildlife in form of Photographs for sure.
Destinations covered: New Delhi | Ranthambore National Park | Kanha National Park | Bandhavgarh National Park | Panna National Park | Khajuraho | New Delhi
WIsh to study the histoy of the Tiger habitat, then this tour is for you. It revolves around the destinations where History and Tigers have moved together. Ranthambhore, and Bandhavgarh are the Tiger forts of India. While Kanha, and Panna are unique as they have earned a place in history by sucessful conservation projects. Kanha saw the return of the Hardground Swamp Deer, while Panna saw the return of Tigers. From Zero to 25 Tigers in last 6 years is unprecendented in Tiger conservation. One thing these forests would provide you is ample opportunity to use your Camera too. Panna will also offer an opportunity to visit the temple city of Khajuraho a world heritage site. While in Delhi and if you have time and inclination it is worthwhile to see the history of capital of India. How the Rajputs, Mughals, and British have left an indelible mark on this city, you have to see it to understand the beauty in the complexity of modern India.
Destinations covered: New Delhi | Jim Corbett National Park | Pilibhit | Dudhwa | Lucknow | Agra | Jaipur | New Delhi
This itinerary is ideal for the first timers to India or first time to Indian wildlife. One thing for sure – You would get to see the best of both worlds – Taj Mahal and Tigers. An Odyssey which would start from the Back yard of Jim Corbett National Park and after fifteen days would make you richer with the experience of Wildlife Culture and recipes of North Indian food. That’s not all the Epitome of romance – The Taj Mahal next to river Yamuna’s stories would by now must have captivated you that this itinerary becomes must. Dudhwa , Pilibhit are the parks which chances are not even heard yet by the wildlife enthusiasts. So chance to explore thi Terai Belt would be an experience in itself. Come, Enjoy and understand the detailing of Taj and tigers of Terai
Destinations covered: New Delhi | Raipur | Achanakmar Wild Life Sanctuary | Kanha National Park | Raipur | New Delhi
Tiger, Tribes and Wilderness tour was specially designed for people who have realized that Tribal and Culture Thrives best in the Nature’s Lap. This itinerary is revolving around this thought. Like minded travelers who are also cultural enthusiast and want to have close experience of the ethos and biodiversity of the region. The tour will guide you towards the extension range of Satpura range of northwest region in MP and Chhatisgarh. It would also take you around high lands of Maikal Hills and Vindhyanchal hills.
This Itinerary is a celebration of the rich cultural history of primitive tribes, rich flora and fauna with a comfortable stay closer to the tribal territory. Whether it is the Dhurvas, Bison Horn Marias of Bastar region or Baigas of the Maikal Hills, you will certainly get a chance to closely explore the culture and lifestyle of different tribes. It’s a great opportunity to photograph the area on bicycle, machan (watch tower), on foot or even a bullock cart. We promise you that loads of items would be ticked in to do list of life once you come back.
Destinations covered: New Delhi | Chilla, Uttarakhand | Jim Corbett National Park | New Delhi | Ranthambore National Park | New Delhi
Apart from the popular parks of Corbett and Ranthambhore this programme has Rajaji National Park, which is adjoining to Corbett but does not get any attention from the tourists. This park is a case study in itself. Located adjoining the most sacred pilgrimage town of Haridwar which is also an entry point to the other prominent pilgrimage destinations Badrinath, Kedarnath, Gangotri, and many others. Survival of this park is indeed a blessing from the Holy Gange flowing through it. It also depicts the adaptability of wildlife staying here. Though Tigers are sighted mostly in one range now, i.e. Chilla, this range also has decent sightings of Elephants, on the other hand visit to the Ranipur range of this park to see the Leopards. The Motichur range is not less to any other range in any other park as far as raw beauty is concerned. If you miss out on TIgers in Rajaji, you will catch them in Corbett or Ranthambhore for sure. This programme will expose you to the Spiritual side of India.
Destinations covered: New Delhi | Jim Corbett National Park | Dudhwa | Lucknow
This programme showcases two very contrasting and legendary National parks. One is the oldest National park of India, named after Jim Corbett a hunter turned conservationist. Second, Dudhwa came into existence due to hardwork of a Prince turned conservationist, Mr Billy Arjan Singh. While Corbett is a busy park from tourism point of view, due to closer proxiity to New Delhi, Dudhwa has maintained a peaceful sanctity being away from Delhi. These two parks are home to Tigers, Asian Elephants, Rhinos, Leopards, Sloth bears, King Cobraso, Crocodiles, Gharials, Dolphins, Otters and over 500 species of birds. Amongst the most diverse national parks of India.. Uttar Pradesh is famous for its cuisine and Lucknow would not disappoint your taste buds either. Recipes have been secretly guarded till date. Welcome to the Wildlife of Terai region in India.