Wildlife & safari Holidays

There’s a certain thrill in going on a game drive through the undulating plains of the Mara in Kenya, watching in stillness as the lioness makes its way after a bushbuck deer. There is a great adventure in spotting a leopard in the forests of Serengeti in Tanzania or a Royal Bengal Tiger hiding in the mangroves of the Sunderbans. A jungle safari in India or African safari tours have all the ingredients of a great holiday. And wildlife doesn’t always mean the big five in Africa’s famous game reserves. It could also be watching Olive Ridleys in the tropical waters of the Indian Ocean or dolphins off the coast of Oman. And while the joy of watching animals in their natural habitats can have no parallel, cohabiting with wildlife also underlines the importance of conservation. So come with us as we take you to the different wildlife conservation parks of India and Africa across swamps of grasslands and dramatic mountains, savannas and black clay plains where you can enjoy your safari holidays. Let us customize a wildlife tour package for you, where you can be on a special trail to see the elusive wild tiger of India, the Asian one-horned rhino, the snow leopard, wild elephants or the freshwater dolphins. Safaris in India are anything but tame, so enjoy game drives in India’s national parks as well as on Africa’s magical plains with our special handcrafted wildlife holidays.

Kenya

Kenya’s rich tapestry of greens with grasslands, open savannah, beautiful beaches and acacia forests is perfect for close encounters with the Big Five. Our handpicked safari programs at Kenya will take you to the Masai Mara Game Reserve, Lake Nakuru National Park, and the Aberdares. The Mara G...

South Africa

There’s more to diamonds in South Africa. Its jewels are the unforgettable animal encounters, spectacular mountain ranges, rugged coastlines, meandering wild rivers with blue-water lilies and a bevy of wild beauties from leopards to cheetahs– you’ll come back rich from feasting you...

Tanzania

Tanzania tourism is heady. It’s the stuff adventurers’ dreams are made of! Imagine tree-climbing lions, leopards, cheetahs, buffalos, giraffes, zebras, antelopes, wildebeest, gazelle, deadly pythons, the black rhino, crocodiles, and wild dogs – in fact, every imaginable East Africa...

Gir National Park

This is the only place in India to spot the Asiatic Lion. The Gir National Park in Gujarat, with its rugged terrain, has a dry deciduous forest fed by rivers and streams. As you drive through the gently rolling dense wooden landscape, you have a good chance to see the lions, thanks to the Asian Lion...

Jim Corbett National Park

The Corbett National Park in Uttaranchal in northern India will charm you with its diverse wildlife and breath-taking landscapes. This unique destination, a place that inspired Jim Corbett to write his famous Man Eaters of Kumaon, is a beautiful mix of habitats – wet and dry, plain and mountai...

Kabini National Park

Kabini in Karnataka is one of the best bird sanctuaries in India. This wildlife sanctuary, situated on the banks of the River Kabini includes the south-eastern parts of the Nagarhole National Park. The best time to visit Kabini is from October to May. From its backwaters to the forested lands where ...

Kanha National Park

This is where Mowgli, the man cub, met Bagheera -- a land that was Rudyard Kipling’s much-loved territory. You will love the spectacular sal and bamboo forests here, interspersed with grasslands, ravines, and hills. Its inhabitants include the tiger, leopard, jungle cat, wild boar, barking dee...

Kaziranga National Park

Home to the world’s largest population of one-horned rhinos, Kaziranga is a must-visit in Assam. You’ll find the national park in the heart of Assam (famous for its efforts to save the Indian rhino), about three hours away from the Guwahati airport. Its riverine habitat of tall dense gra...

Periyar National Park

The Periyar National Park in Kerala is well known for its Tiger Reserve. It has the beautiful Periyar lake at its heart and the whole feeling of this place is one of peace and serenity. From elephants enjoying a water play by the lake to the barking deer and the Cormorants, Kingfishers and the great...

Ranthambore National Park

Once a princely game reserve, the Ranthambhore National Park is at the junction of the Aravali and Vindhyas just 14 Kms from Sawai Madhopur in Eastern Rajasthan. The scenery changes dramatically from gentle and steep slopes of the Vindhyas to sharp and conical hills of the Aravali. The park is dotte...

Sundarban

Located in the southern part of the Indian state of West Bengal this is the land of the majestic Royal Bengal Tiger. Fishermen, honey gatherers and poachers are particularly vulnerable to the advances of the big cat, but when you venture into the mangrove forest, we make sure you get to experience t...

Tadoba

Tadoba Andhari Tiger Reserve is a reserve in the Chandrapur district of Maharashtra and is part of India's 50 "Project Tiger" initiative.  This beautiful wild paradise is an ideal destination for wildlife enthusiasts. The Tadoba forest area is well known for its Irai lake as it re...

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