For our Students' Wildlife Camps too, we have tapped wildlife destinations all over India and abroad. Bandhavgarh, Kanha, Pench, Ranthambhore, Gir, Kaziranga, Corbett, Panna, Tadoba, Bera or be it even Kenya & Tanzania for that matter; we have encompassed all of these and a lot more of them, in our spectrum of wildlife touring.

The wildlife camps listed in the grids below are suitable for the age group 10-16 years, and all activities are framed likewise.

Nurture your love for the wild with our gifted and experienced wildlife experts and birding specialists!

 

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Little Rann of Kutch
₹ 21,900
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5 Nights 6 Days
25 Dec and 22 Jan
Pune, Maharashtra
Little Rann of Kutch
₹ 21,900
Popularly known as LRK, this unique ecosystem is extremely important as it supports the very unique wildlife of this region. Spreading across nearly 5000 square kilometers, LRK is the only place on this planet where the Asiatic Wild Ass (Equus hemionus khur) still lives. LRK, because of its proximity to the Gulf of Kutch and geographical location, lies on the migration route of many bird species. Every winter this desert mudflat ecosystem is flocked with more than 50000 winged migrants, visiting LRK from different parts of the world, viz. - Egypt, Iraq, Tibet, Siberia and Europe. LRK is undoubtedly one of the best places to observe and study migratory birds. Due to its unique flat land, visibility is not a problem. Apart from the birds, LRK is also home to different species of mammals - Desert and Indian Fox, Jackal, Nilgai and Wolf are to name a few. Apart from the wildlife seen here, one more important reason to visit LRK is ‘Salt’. Salt forms an important and unavoidable component of our day to day life. LRK has been a traditional salt producing area and contributes to about 21% of salt production in India ! The economy of 107 villages that surround LRK is dependant on salt. About 50,000 salt farmers (Agarias) are engaged in salt farming activity every year from September to March. read more read less
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Bandhavgarh Wildlife Camp
₹ 19,600
2 offers
5 Nights 6 Days
17 Mar, 24 Mar, 31 Mar, and more
Bandhavgarh Wildlife Camp
₹ 19,600
Recommended for Age Group 10 - 16 years. Set amongst Vindhya Hills, Bandhavgarh is one of India's premier areas for Tigers. It is best known as the "Tiger Land" of India, for the very high density of tigers as compared to the rest of the country. Sightings of this majestic animal are assured almost any time of the year. The ruins of the ancient fort from which this park derives its name provides a stunning backdrop to this erstwhile hunting preserve of the Maharaja of Rewa. Today, Bandhavgarh attracts tiger lovers from all over the world. It was in this national park, that the White Tiger was first recorded in the wild. The park also has a great diversity of birds with a checklist of around 250 species. read more read less
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Ranthambhore Wildlife Camp (AC Train)
₹ 20,800
2 offers
5 Nights 6 Days
25 Mar, 1 Apr, 8 Apr, and more
Ranthambhore Wildlife Camp (AC Train)
₹ 20,800
Recommended for Age Group 10 - 16 years. Arguably one of the best wildlife reserves of the country, Ranthambhore is now one of the last remaining patches of untouched forests left for the Tiger. The Tiger still roams here with all its glory. Apart from the Tiger, Ranthambhore is also home to the Leopard, Jungle cat, Jackal, Sambar, Chital, Nilgai, Sloth Bear, Common Langurs, Marsh Crocodile and a lot of migratory waterfowl. Some rare animals like the Caracal are also one of the denizens of this magnificent Tiger Reserve. The imposing Ranthambhore Fort is also a major attraction. The picturesque lakes of Rajbagh, Padam & Malik form the center of attraction for the wildlife lovers. Lazing Crocodiles, wading Sambars, screaming Peacocks and if lucky a Tiger breaking cover of the grass and darting towards the lake, can all be experienced at Ranthambhore. read more read less
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Tadoba Wildlife Camp
₹ 19,800
2 offers
5 Nights 6 Days
26 Mar, 2 Apr, 9 Apr, and more
Tadoba Wildlife Camp
₹ 19,800
Recommended for Age Group 10 - 16 years. Arguably Maharashtra’s best wildlife reserve, Tadoba - Andhari is the third Tiger Reserve of the state after Melghat and Pench to be added to the prestigious Project Tiger. Spread around the serene Tadoba lake, the beautiful deciduous forest consists of open meadows, undulating hills and some dense patches of Bamboo and Jamun, which is an ideal Tiger country. The forest supports a good variety of wildlife including the Tiger, Leopard, Jungle Cat, Wild Dog, Jackal, Sloth Bear, Mongoose, Wild Boar, Gaur, Spotted Deer, Sambar, Barking Deer, Porcupine, etc. Tadoba is home to around 250 species of birds including the rare Lesser Adjutant & the Grey-headed Fish Eagle. The forest has a good network of roads, which allows access to various parts of the reserve.   read more read less
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Gir Lion Reserve
₹ 19,700
2 offers
5 Nights 6 Days
26 Mar, 16 Apr, 23 Apr, and more
Gir Lion Reserve
₹ 19,700
Recommended for Age Group 10 - 16 years. Located in the south west of the Saurashtra peninsula, the Gir National Park is the last refuge for about 500+ Asiatic lions. Spread over an area of 1,412.13 sq. kms., the park has a rugged terrain and the steep rocky hillsides are covered in mixed deciduous forests dominated by Teak, Ber, Flame of the Forest and Banyan trees. Many streams run through the deep ravines. The Asiatic lions, a smaller version of their African cousins, are best viewed at dawn or dusk when they are on the move. Gir also has a good density of Leopards and numerous other animals including Chital, Nilgai, Chousingha (the four horned antelope) and Wild Boar. Marsh Crocodiles are often seen along the streams. The forest is rich in bird life with nearly 300 bird species recorded till date. The Asian Paradise Flycatcher, Black-headed Cuckooshrike, Yellow-crowned Woodpecker, Short-toed Snake Eagle, Crested Serpent Eagle, Painted Sandgrouse, Jungle Bush Quail and Grey Francolin are among the variety that is found here. The last home to the Asiatic Lion, Gir is a jewel of Gujarat and the pride of India. This summer, join us to explore this unique habitat, which boasts of two great cats, the Asiatic Lion and the Leopard.   read more read less
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Pench Wildlife Camp
₹ 20,500
2 offers
5 Nights 6 Days
26 Mar, 2 Apr, 9 Apr, and more
Pench Wildlife Camp
₹ 20,500
Recommended for Age Group 10 - 16 years. The Pench Tiger Reserve is named after the Pench river, which flows from north to south through the national park. Nestled in the lower southern area of the Satpura hills at the southern boundary of Madhya Pradesh, the Pench National Park is a tropical moist deciduous forest that mingles with the tropical dry deciduous teak. Covering an area of 758 sq. kms., the National Park is divided into two zones - the Core Zone comprising of 293 sq. kms., and the Buffer Zone spreading over an area of about 465 sq. kms. In 1992, Pench was included under the umbrella of "Project Tiger" as the 19th Project Tiger Reserve.   read more read less
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Kanha Wildlife Camp
₹ 19,900
2 offers
5 Nights 6 Days
31 Mar, 7 Apr, 14 Apr, and more
Kanha Wildlife Camp
₹ 19,900
Recommended for Age Group 10 - 16 years. Arguably one of the leading protected areas of the world, Kanha is a dream destination for all wildlife enthusiasts. The panoramic Sal forests, expansive grassy meadows and teeming wildlife make a visit to Kanha an experience to remember. Kanha is not only one of the best places to watch the Tiger, but also the native Hard ground Barasingha. Other mammals like the Leopard, Sloth Bear, Wild Dog, Wild Boar, Chital, Jackal and Indian Gaur are also found in this forest. Kanha is truly a raptor country, with many species of Vultures, Eagles and Hawks soaring over the beautiful Sal forests.   read more read less
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Ranthambhore Wildlife Camp (By Flight)
₹ 26,600
2 offers
4 Nights 5 Days
16 Apr, 23 Apr, 7 May, and more
Ranthambhore Wildlife Camp (By Flight)
₹ 26,600
Recommended for Age Group 10 - 16 years. Arguably one of the best wildlife reserves to spot a tiger, Ranthambhore is now one of the last remaining patches of untouched forests. The Tiger roams here in all its glory, so much so, that Ranthambhore is credited to be home to the world’s most photographed tigers. It also houses the Leopard, Jungle cat, Jackal, Sambar, Chital, Nilgai, Sloth Bear, Common Langurs, Marsh Crocodile and a lot of migratory waterfowl. The Caracal, a rather rare animal, is also a denizen of this magnificent Tiger Reserve. The imposing Ranthambhore fort forms a jaw - dropping backdrop to these beauties of the forest. The picturesque lakes of Rajbagh, Padam and Malik are the centre of attraction to all the wildlife lovers visiting this forest. It is only at Ranthambhore that you can see a lazing crocodile, wading herds of the Sambar deer, screeching peacocks in the trees and a tiger breaking cover and darting toward the lake, in a single frame! read more read less
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Corbett Wildlife Camp
₹ 31,800
2 offers
5 Nights 6 Days
20 Apr and 6 May
Corbett Wildlife Camp
₹ 31,800
Recommended for Age Group 10 - 16 years. Jim Corbett is a name that commands not just respect but awe and respect from the diverse strata of the society. The Jim Corbett Tiger Reserve is a tribute to this great hunter - turned - naturalist, whose study of the tiger remains unparalleled. The forest is rich with wildlife of all kinds, be it mammals, reptiles, birds or flora. Corbett never fails to enthrall all those who visit this National Park. The impressive Sal forests and the huge grasslands (Chaurs) provide a great opportunity to watch the abundant wildlife from close quarters. The Ramganga river which flows through the park is also home to some rare species like the Gharial, Marsh Crocodile and the Otter. The birdlife itself encourages a visit to this forest. Over 550 species of birds, including many uncommon varieties can be spotted here. read more read less
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