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"We would like to place our sincere appreciation to Asian Adventures and the team for organizing a wonderful trip for us. The arrangements were perfect and we did have a great tour. There was never a moment in the entire tour in which we felt that the organization was poor and hence all credit to you and your team for such wonderful arrangements. I would like to make very special mention of two people. Firstly our guide Mr Dombe. He was a fantastic guide whose knowledge of the area was special. He was always concerned about our well being and such a simple and wonderful person. Please convey our appreciation to his company as he made a huge difference to the tour. Also we must mention our driver Mr Ali. We always felt safe with his driving and he was always concerned for us. The car was always clean and well appointed and he as a person was well dressed and very professional. We do have plans for extensive tours in India and would certainly look to you for arrangements."
Review by Gehan, Palitha and Thushari Sri Lanka for BIRDS AND TIGERS TOURS
"All in all it was a very good and enjoyable trip which I will sure never forget. I had thought that I had seen maybe 50 new birds (“lifers”) and when I sat down yesterday evening and reviewed my list I realized the actual number was 145! Kaziranga also is a park that in regard to wildlife sightings far exceeded the other parks I have visited in India so far.I will certainly try to go back to the Northeast before I leave in India in 2018 to repeat and re-live this experience! Many thanks to your hard-working staff in the Northeast and all the good and efficient logistical preparations!"
Review by Thierfelder, Frank for RAJASTHAN & AGRA
"A big thanks to our Team Friends AGAMI, Dutch Birding, BirdingBreaks, SOVON, Vogelbescherming Nederland, ROOTS, Veldshop, Delta Safari, Focusing on Wildlife, Asian Adventures, Birdwatching Magazine (USA), Xeno-Canto, Natuurfoto Magazine & the Facebook community Birds. Our Team Friends supported the Dutch Knights by opening up their network (their websites, newsletters, social media and/or Twitter feeds) for us to spread the message: there is a killing zone out there! 25 million migratory birds get killed around the Mediterranean alone, each spring and each fall."
Review by Marc Champions of the flyway for HERITAGE TOUR OF CENTRAL INDIA
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I am an avid birder and
Bird-watching in South India had always been on my mind