Explore wildlife reserves across the Indian subcontinent with Asian Adventures’ Indian wildlife tours
Asian Adventures gives you that traveling edge – More opportunities of encounters with the remarkable Asiatic Lion, Royal Bengal Tiger, One-horned Rhinoceros, Snow Leopard, the mangrove tigers, wild Asiatic Elephants, and many rare bird species. Explore some of the most known Indian National Parks, Tiger Reserves, Indian Bird sanctuaries across the India subcontinent.
Come face to face with the wild wealth of India
One-horned Rhinoceros | Wild Buffalo | Asian Elephant | Tiger | Leopard | Asiatic Lion | Indian Grey Wolf | Striped Hyena | Asiatic Wild Ass | Himalayan Black Bear | Gaur (Indian Bison) | Chousingha | Wild Dog | Mouse Deer
We provide well-researched Indian birding stake-outs and hassle-free, guided birding across the Indian Subcontinent. Explore the varied habitats of India’s bird sanctuaries, tiger reserves, and the Himalayas with Asian Adventures’ tried and tested tours over 25 years.
Manas National Park is the only place in India to hold the distinction of being a Tiger Reserve, an Elephant Reserve and a natural heritage site at the same time.
Our tour begins at Velavadar National Park. Located in the Bhavnagar district of Gujarat, the park is also known by the name Blackbuck National Park because of the large populations
This tour takes you to the best birding sites of West India (such as Kheechan, Desert National Park, Abu Road, Little Rann of Kutch, Great Rann of Kutch, Coastal areas
The big cats are easily the star attraction of most wildlife destinations in the world and India is blessed to be home to four of the five true big cats:
Located in the heartland of India, Bandhavgarh National Park is often considered as the best place in the country to look for the Royal Bengal Tigers. The park is known
On this tour we travel through the heartland of Wild India, through the state of Madhya Pradesh. This tour is ideal for those who want to spend their time being
The Gujarat Birding and Wildlife Tour takes you to the best birding and wildlife destinations in the state of Gujarat. Velavadar National Park was created for the conservation of the
This tour focuses on the birds of the Andaman Islands and South India, many of them endemic to the region. Apart from the pristine beaches and plethora of water activities,
The majestic and elusive Snow Leopard is one of the world’s rarest big cats, and getting the chance to see one is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.
This Snow Leopard tour to
Situated right in the heart of Pink City Jaipur, Jhalana is slowly is becoming a favorite destination to spot leopards in the wild. Situated near the Jaipur Airport and home
How many of us know that the Giant Pandas of China are not the only animals to go by this name? And how many of us know that its namesake,
Ranthambhore National Park
Ranthambore is a magical place full of romance of the wilds and intrigue of history. Once the hunting grounds of the Maharajas of Jaipur and the British,
The most discerning wildlifers and photographers know that for a memorable experience, you have to go after the unique, the endemic, and the mysterious. This tour, exploring the jungles of
Throughout history, the tiger has inspired many, becoming a central part of stories and artwork. Join us as we explore the jungles that are often considered to be India’s best
India is the only country in the world that can claim both Lion and Tiger among its native fauna. While many tours take you to see tigers, this wildlife tour
“In this tour we will explore North East India’s mesmerizing birdlife paradise. The tour has been specifically planned for the die-hard bird watching enthusiasts. An experience of a lifetime, where
India is rich in wildlife, and no animal is a more famous ambassador of Wild India than the mighty Tiger. Join us on this journey to explore Central India, India’s
The snowclad and sun-kissed peaks of the Himalayas have long been not only a cultural hotspot, but also a birdwatching hotspot, and with good reason. The forested slopes, gurgling streams,
The foothills of the western Himalayas have long drawn birdwatchers and photographers, both local and international, and with good reason. With an amazing bird and animal diversity, along with