tiger safari in rajasthan, india
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Tiger Safari In Rajasthan, India

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The Facts
Flight timefrom UK: 8hrs 35mins; from US: 20hrs 30mins
Ideal length14 Days
PriceFrom £3,999 pp
When to goOctober - March

Look forward to...

Encountering a tiger roaming wild in its natural habitat – and visiting not one, but two of India’s greatest National Parks.

Visiting Kanha National Park - a place straight out of The Jungle Book.

Enjoying misty morning game drives in beautiful Bandhavgarh – a smallish National Park with the highest known density of tiger population in India.

Stopping in Jaipur to see landmarks like the Palace of Winds, and in Agra you can’t miss a visit to the Taj Mahal.

Soaking up Rajasthan's rich culture, renowned for its colours and its art.

Already dived the Great Barrier Reef, marvelled at the wildebeest migration and explored the Pantanal? Bit of a wildlife enthusiast, eh? Well then we've got just the thing - tigers. Head to India for this incredible experience which allows you to take a spiritual journey through this magical country to encounter one of the most feared and admired animals on earth.

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bandhavgarh national park

During your two-week stay, you will visit two of India's greatest tiger reserves - Kanha and Bandhavgarh National Parks. Bandhavgarh is a small park with the highest known density of tiger population; Kanha National Park, was the inspiration for Kipling's The Jungle Book. And on visiting Kanha, you'll find it hard not to wax lyrical yourself: its forests of bamboo, grassy plateaux and meadows are home to more than twenty species of mammals and an even greater number of species of birds, not to mention an impressively large population of tigers and leopards. Put simply, it's an animal-lovers dream.

indian tiger

the kaleidoscope of rajasthan

After the phenomenal experience of the tiger tracking you will get the chance to experience some of India's rich culture and see the beautiful landscapes Rajasthan has to offer. With stops in Jaipur to see landmarks such as the Palace of Winds and Agra where you will visit India's most imposing landmark - the Taj Mahal - culture vultures are sure to be satisfied.

This trip is jam-packed full of whimsical charm, vibrant colours and culture that will arouse your senses. And on top of that it will easily quench your thirst for animal-led adventure. So that's two for the price of one.


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