Have you ever embarked on a true wildlife holiday? No? Then maybe it’s time! This type of vacation is not only exciting and breathtaking – it stays with you for the rest of your life! Now, we’ve all heard of safari in Africa, but what about India? Here’s the new kind of adventure holiday.
Ancient temples, golden beaches and jungles filled with wildlife. India is the perfect setting for an adventure holiday! Still, most tourists opt for Africa when planning a classic safari holiday. In India you can embark on an unforgettable tiger safari while enjoying the cultural and historical gems of this diverse country.
Rajasthan & Tigers of Ranthambore
Embark on a 10-day tailor-made journey to India’s Rajasthan. The tour begins in the eclectic city of Delhi and after a couple of days you’ll be surrounded by beautiful nature in Ranthambore – the former hunting ground of the Maharaja of Jaipur. Today, it’s a spectacular national park, in which guests can explore the beautiful nature and tigers living here. The national park is also home to picturesque lake palaces and a 100-year-old fort. The trip finishes in Jaipur, also known as the ‘Pink City’, which is filled with cultural sights.
The Deccan Odyssey – Maharashtra Splendour
The Deccan Odyssey – a luxury train will take you through the prime destinations of the Maharashtra state along with the spectacular beach state of Goa. This trip is for true explorers, who want to do some serious sight-seeing while enjoying venues such as the UNESCO World Heritage site of Ajanta and Allora Caves. The highlight of the trip, or at least one of them, is a visit to Tadoba National Park, where one can view the big, beautiful cats.
Rajasthan & the tigers of Madhya Pradesh
A 17-day tour combining the colorful kingdom of Rajasthan with the beautiful tiger reserves of Madhya Pradesh. This trip is ideal for luxury travelers, who seek the very best of hotels and historical properties. This journey makes it possible to stay in the charming safari lodges of the Taj Hotels, resorts and palaces . Visit cities such as Delhi, Jaipur and Pench – last-mentioned is said to have inspired Kipling’s ‘Jungle Book’.
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