An absolutely breathtaking and culturally diverse country which is home to the some of the last wild populations of Royal Bengal Tigers together with some of the most stunning landscapes and architectural marvels in the world

India is home to a variety of animal life with a wide range native to the country. It is home to the Bengal and Indochinese Tigers, Asiatic Lions, Indian Leopards, Indochinese Leopards, Snow Leopards, Clouded Leopards, various species of deer, The Indian Elephant, The Indian One Horned Rhinoceros just to name a few. The regions diverse wildlife is preserved in more than 120 national parks, 18 biosphere reserves (10 which are part of the World Network of Biosphere Reserves), 26 wetland sites which are registered under the Ramsar Convention and more than 500 wildlife sanctuaries spread out across the country. India has some of the most biodiverse regions in the world and contains 4 of the worlds 36 biodiversity hotspots - The Western Ghats, The Eastern Himalayas, Indo-Burma and Sunda Land. Wildlife management is essential to preserve the rare and endangered, endemic species.

In recent decades, human encroachment has posed a threat to India's wildlife; in response, the system of national parks and protected areas, first established in 1935, was substantially expanded. In 1972, India enacted the wildlife protection act and project tiger to safeguard crucial habitats and further federal protections were promulgated in the 1980s.

There are various National Parks and Reserves in India, where visitors have a good chance of spotting the elusive tigers. Depending on how much time you have, traveling to one or two parks is ideal. This will greatly increase your chances of seeing the tigers and will allow you to appreciate the diverse flora & fauna the various parks have to offer. In terms of the best place to see tigers in India, Bandhavgarh, Ranthambore and Kanha National Parks are fantastic, while Satpura, Tadoba and Pench offer good tiger densities but with more diverse activities also on offer.

You can tilt the odds in your favour by arriving when the escalating heat of late spring drives tigers from the thick jungle scrub to more visible waterholes. Some national parks and wildlife sanctuaries are especially rewarding for visitors during the hot months of April to mid-June. Most of the tiger reserves are closed during the monsoon season (July - September).

In addition to our custom tiger safaris, guest(s) always have the option of extending their stay and visiting some of the most spectacular and historical monuments India has to offer such as The Taj Mahal in Agra, The picturesque lakes, palaces & forts of Udaipur, The Qutub Minar and The Red Fort in Delhi.

The entire itinerary can be tailor made to the exact requirement and specifications of the guest(s). Different categories of accommodation will be available throughout the duration of the trip, which will be carefully selected so as to ensure that it meets the guest(s) standards and is also suited to their budget

As this is a custom tailor made safari designed to the guest(s) specification, kindly contact us for full itineraries, availability and pricing: