Being one of the 12 most bio-diverse regions of the world, a mix of rainforest, tropical and semi deciduous covers makes for a large part of the Indian topography. The wonder of Sundarbans, cold desert national parks and the arresting beauty of the less treaded jungles of Chhattisgarh add to the list of soul satiating jungles of the Indian subcontinent. The green belt stretches right from the northeast to the heart of the country and the southern Nilgiri biosphere, giving different species a conducive habitat.
The country is also home to many species of birds and also a temporary pad for a number of migratory birds. Apart from tigers and elephants that make for the biggest draw for wildlife enthusiasts, there are a number of other animals that lurk in the shadows of the dense jungles of the country.
India offers unparalleled experiences in the jungle – both for sighting animals and the infrastructure. Imagine sipping a cup of tea and being able to spot a herd of elephants from your private sit out. Many jungle lodges allow for these spectacular scenes to unfold. The naturalists and wildlife experts that we choose to connect with on these trips are stalwarts on their own accord and add value by their insights and experiences of the jungles.
Rhino Trail India
08 Nights & 09 Days
Even though this region is teeming with birdlife, all wildlife enthusiasts are bound to like this trail. It is a comprehensive jungle tour, which gives you an insight into the heart of north east’s rich bio diversity. The highlight of these jungles are not only the birds and the one-horned rhinos, but also other indigenous species that inhabit these jungles. In less than 10 days, one can see much more than the mind can ever imagine.
Kolkata | Manas | Kaziranga | Dibrugarh | Kolkata
Howrah Bridge | Victoria Memorial | Manas National Park | Kaziranga National Park | Jokai Reserve Forest
Kolkata / Day 1 - 2
Manas / Day 3 - 4
Kaziranga / Day 5 - 6
Dibrugarh / Day 7
Kolkata / Day 8 - 9
Elephant Trail Sri Lanka
09 Nights & 10 Days
The island of Sri Lanka lives up to its tropical ambience with a large green cover with mixed forests and rainforests. With that comes the abundant wildlife – leopards, elephants, tigers and more. Of these, the elephants play a vital role in the animal life and in turn interest for wildlife enthusiasts. The Pinnawela Elephant Orphanage is a big draw for the travellers. They come here to see the conservation work and then head south to the other big destination, Yala. In between are many other swathes of forested land.
Colombo | Pinnawela-Mihintale-Anuradhapura | Anuradhapura-Wilpattu- Anuradhapura | Anuradhapura-Ritigala-Sirigirya-Dambulla | Dambulla – Polonnaruwa- Minneriya- Dambulla | Matale-Kandy | Kandy-Sinharaj- Rathnapura | Rathnapura-Udawalawe-Embilipitiya | Yala | Galle – Colombo
Clock Tower in Colombo | Pinnawala Elephant Orphanage | Sri Maha Bodhi (Sacred Bo-Tree) | Wilpattu National Park | Sigiriya Rock Fortress | Royal Palace | Gal Viharaya | Minneriya National Park | Dambulla rock temple | Gem museum in Kandy | Temple of tooth relic in Kandy | Sinharaja Rain Forest | Udawalawe National Park | Yala National Park | Galle Fort
Colombo / Day 01
Pinnawela-Mihintale-Anuradhapura / Day 02
Anuradhapura-Wilpattu- Anuradhapura / Day 03
Anuradhapura-Ritigala-Sirigirya-Dambulla / Day 04
Dambulla – Polonnaruwa- Minneriya- Dambulla / Day 05
Matale-Kandy / Day 06
Kandy-Sinharaj- Rathnapura / Day 07
Rathnapura-Udawalawe-Embilipitiya / Day 08
Yala / Day 09
Galle – Colombo / Day 10
Lion Trail of India
13 Nights & 14 Days
This trip sets you on a discovery of the Asiatic lions, but it actually is much more than that. Add the thrill of spotting flamingoes and wild asses in the Little Rann of Kutch and the wildlife enthusiast will have the perfect trip. This itinerary makes it a comprehensive trip by adding local culture, a beach stay and history to the mix. Of these Raniki Vav, the glorious step well and the structures of Junagarh cannot be missed.
Ahmedabad | Adalaj –Palanpur | Patan-Modhera-Dasada | Bhuj | Mandavi | Gondal | Junagarh-Sasangir | Sasan Gir | Bhavnagar | Palitana | Lothal – Ahmedabad
Calico Museum of Textile | Sabarmati Ashram | Rani ki Vav | Wild Ass Sanctuary | Little Rann of Kutch | Junagarh | Gir Forest | Lothal
Ahmedabad / Day 01 - 02
Adalaj –Palanpur / Day 03
Patan-Modhera-Dasada / Day 04
Bhuj / Day 06
Mandavi / Day 07
Gondal / Day 08
Junagarh-Sasangir / Day 09
Sasan Gir / Day 10
Bhavnagar / Day 11
Palitana / Day 12
Lothal – Ahmedabad / Day 13 - 14
Leopard Trail of India
13 Nights & 14 Days
This two week itinerary allows for both heritage and wildlife to mingle, making it a wholesome North India trip in search for leopards, and seeing many more animals along the way. Bera and Siana are the two main leopard sighting destinations, while Ranthambore holds the promise of tiger sighting. For those who are interested in history, Udaipur, Jodhpur and Agra cannot be matched. In Delhi, the capital, one gets a sense of the amalgam of the new and old. All in all, this is one of the best wildlife trips of Indo Asia.
Delhi | Udaipur | Bera | Siana | Jodhpur | Jaipur | Ranthambore | Bharatpur-Agra | Agra | Delhi
Rashtrapati Bhawan | Humayun’s Tomb | City Palace | Lake Pichola | Bera | Siana | Mehrangarh Fort | Amber Fort | Ranthambore Wildlife Sanctuary | Fatehpur Sikri | Taj Mahal
Delhi / Day 01
Udaipur / Day 02 - 03
Bera / Day 04 - 05
Siana / Day 06
Jodhpur / Day 07
Jaipur / Day 08 - 09
Ranthambore / Day 10 - 11
Bharatpur-Agra / Day 12
Agra / Day 13
Delhi / Day 14
Wildlife Tour of Bangladesh
09 Nights & 10 Days
This trip allows for a whole lot of green therapy, while you hop from one dense forest to another. This itinerary offers a showcase of Bangladesh’s best jungles like Sundarbans, Kotka Wildlife Sanctuary, Harbaria Forest, Lawdobe Forest, Khadim Nagar National Park, Baikka Beel, Lawacharra Rain Forest and Satchari Reserved Forest. One gets ample time to roam the forests, take safaris and country boat rides. This also gives a sense of local life and the rich countryside.
Dhaka | Sundarbans | Syhlet | Srimongol | Satchari – Dhaka
Parliament building | Sundarbans | Kotka Wildlife Sanctuary | Harbaria Forest | Lawdobe Forest | Khadim Nagar National Park | Baikka Beel | Lawacharra Rain Forest | Satchari Reserved Forest