From the capital city of Delhi, where the 21st century jostles for space with Mughal India to ancient, mystical Hindu Varanasi. From the famed erotic sculptures of Khajuraho to the ethereal Taj Mahal. The tiger trails of Ranthambhore to stately forts in desert state Rajasthan. Your North India adventure begins here
Experience the chill of spotting a pair of sparkling eyes rising above the rolling grasslands at a distance. The royal roars that dominate these wildlife reserves will now be within reach as you follow the tiger's trail in India. Ranthambore, Bandhavgarh and Kanha together make up for showcasing the largest population of these majestic cats.
Land in the nation's capital to be introduced to its mixed heritage through the Red Fort, Qutub Minar and Lotus Temple, be whisked away to adore the Taj Mahal in all its glory and spend a week and a half discovering India's wild side. Play hide and seek with the chinkara at the Panna National Park, 'spot' the leopards of Bandhavgarh
The Best of Indian Wildlife and Culture tour brings you face-to-face with a scene right out of a story book, and why not, as it features Kanha and Pench national parks that inspired Rudyard Kipling's ever-so-famous 'The Jungle Book'. Brave out to see the famous tigers that rule Ranthambore
While the majestic aura of the forts and palaces of Jaipur is perfectly mirrored in the amble of the tigers that rule Ranthambore, the hustle and bustle of vivacious Delhi is mirrored in the busy chirruping of over 230 species of birds at Bharatpur. Face the feisty jungle cats of Chitwan, only to be calmed by the historic stupas of Kathmandu.
his is the grand tour of Tiger Safari. A tour that attempts and usually succeeds in seeing Indian Tiger, the Leopard, The Indian Rhino, Gaur, Wild Elephant, Blue Bull, Black Buck, Chinkara Gazelle, Barasingha, Sambhar, Wild dogs, Jackals, Crocodiles, many species of birds and a lot more because the Jungle is full of surprises.
Tiger, at the apex of the food chain, lord over the kingdom in a subtle way. Solitary by nature, it operates in stealth. Therefore tiger sightings, frequent as they are, are always a matter of chance. However, even evidences of tiger's activities are very exciting