This tour takes you to the best birding sites of North India (such as Sultanpur Bird Sanctuary, Keoladeo National Park and National Chambal Sanctuary, and Himalayan Foothills) and the best Tiger Park of Rajasthan (Ranthambore National Park) and Uttarakhand (Corbett National Park) along with the must-do visit to the Iconic Taj Mahal.
The Valley of Flowers trek is a beautiful adventure thru the lovely valley nestled inside the Chamoli district of Uttarakhand, India. This 7-day trek takes you through the luxurious inexperienced meadows, dense forests, and scenic landscapes, leading you to a natural paradise that blooms with colorful flowers in the course of the monsoon season.
Valparai is a pristine hill station located in the Coimbatore district of Tamil Nadu. The place stands majestically with Green Spread Mountains and forests all around. It shares its border with Anamalai Tiger Reserve, Parambikulam Tiger Reserve, Eravikulam National Park, and Vazhachal forest division. This is one destination that should not be missed out by people who wish to experience natural beauty in its purest form. Asian Elephants, Leopards, Boards, Lion-tailed Macaques, Giant Squirrels, and Nilgiris Tahr can be easily spotted in this part of the region.
Delhi, Rishikesh, Chopta, Mandal
With a great mix of habitats and elevations, Uttarakhand promises an amazing birdwatching experience. Chopta and Mandal in the Kedarnath Wildlife Sanctuary offer a relatively leisurely-paced and highly fruitful birding and photography tour.
This tour will take you on a fascinating journey to explore the ancient ruins of Hampi, a UNESCO World Heritage Site in Karnataka, India. The endemic and vulnerable Yellow-throated Bulbul is present in Hampi and is a key species. In addition, you will also have the opportunity to observe Sloth Bears in the nearby Daroji Bear Sanctuary. This tour provides a unique blend of history and nature, making it an exciting adventure for travelers interested in archaeology, wildlife, and culture.
Kargil, Drass, leh
The town of Drass, in the Kargil district of Ladakh, is noted as possibly being the coldest inhabited place in India. However, it is also the best place to look for the elusive Himalayan Brown Bear!
Mangalore and Agumbe
Agumbe is a small village in the Shimoga district of the Indian state of Karnataka. It is situated in the Western Ghats, a mountain range known for its rich biodiversity and lush forests. Agumbe is also known as the "Cherrapunji of the South" because it receives very heavy rainfall, especially during the monsoon season.
Due to the high rainfall, Agumbe has a rainforest-like ecosystem which is a highly conducive habitat for Reptiles, Amphibians, and insects.
Panna National Park
A Tailormade Tiger Photography Tour to Panna National Park, Located in the Panna and Chhatarpur districts of Madhya Pradesh, Panna National Park is renowned as the 22nd tiger reserve of India and 5th in Madhya Pradesh. The mighty Ken River flows through this reserve and creates beautiful waterfalls and stunning gorges on its way to the valley. While Panna’s forests are the ideal home to Tigers and Leopards, other more elusive animals, including Indian Wolf, Four-horned Antelope, Sloth Bear, Indian Pangolin, Rusty Spotted Cat, and more, have been spotted here.
Jaipur, Jhalana Leopard Park, Ranthambhore National Park
Many of India’s wildlife reserves have royal pasts, and none more so than those in the state of Rajasthan. This tour not only gives you the opportunity to explore one of Rajasthan’s premier wildlife destinations, Ranthambore National Park, but also the chance to look for leopards in Jhalana Leopard Reserve, a unique and beautiful forest reserve close to the city of Jaipur.
Bandhavgarh National Park
In the heartland of India lies the magical land that is Bandhavgarh National Park. Named after the Bandhavgarh Fort that now stands inside the park, Bandhavgarh National Park has one of the highest tiger densities in India. Originally the hunting ground for the Maharaja of Rewa, the tiger reserve was declared a national park in 1968. Apart from tigers, the park also boasts a healthy population of leopards, sloth bears, and other mammals, as well as more than 250 species of birds.
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