For our Open Age Wildlife Tours segment we have tapped wildlife destinations all over India and abroad. Bandhavgarh, Kanha, Sunderbans, Gir, Kaziranga, Ranthambore, Corbett, Panna, Tadoba, Bera or be it even Kenya & Tanzania for that matter; we have encompassed all of these and a lot more alike, in our spectrum of wildlife touring. Apt getaways for wildlife enthusiasts of all ages.

With an experience of over 17 years coupled with a Team of multifaceted Wildlife Experts and hand-picked Wildlife Lodges, we ensure that your experience is nothing but top-notch!

 

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Little Rann of Kutch (Ex-Ahmedabad)
₹ 25,500
3 Nights 4 Days
22 Dec and 17 Jan
For All Ages
Little Rann of Kutch (Ex-Ahmedabad)
₹ 25,500
Recommended for All Ages. 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 kilometres, 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. Also, 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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Kaziranga - Gibbon Sanctuary
₹ 40,750
5 Nights 6 Days
25 Dec
For All Ages
Kaziranga - Gibbon Sanctuary
₹ 40,750
Kaziranga National Park: The famed one-horned rhinoceros, one of India’s best-known tourism mascots, calls the expansive grasslands of the Kaziranga National Park its home. Situated in the floodplains of the Brahmaputra river, Kaziranga is an idyllic location for anyone who reveres Mother Nature. It is known for two more mammals - the Asian Elephant and the Wild Water Buffalo. Kaziranga is one of the largest tracts of protected land in the sub-Himalayan belt. The landscape is a rich variety of grasslands, marshes, jheels and forest cover. Kaziranga is also home to the Swamp Deer and the Hoolock Gibbon. Due to the presence of highly diverse and visible species, it has been described as a ‘Biodiversity Hotspot’. During our stay, we will be visiting various ranges of the park, so that different habitats in the park – grasslands, marshes, jheels and forests – are well covered. Gibbon Wildlife Sanctuary: The evergreen nature of the forest has made it an ideal home for the primates. Out of 15 species of primates found in India, 7 species are found in Gibbon Wildlife Sanctuary. Some of the other protected species of primates include the Capped Langur, Bengal Slow Loris, Stump tailed Macaque, Northern Pig tailed Macaque, Rhesus Macaque, Assamese Macaque and last, but not the least, the Hoolock Gibbon. The only tribe of apes that inhabit the country is the Hoolock Gibbon. It is unquestionably the precious jewel of the Indian forest as it is the only one found in India. read more read less
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Bera - Leopards of Jawai
₹ 31,000
3 Nights 4 Days
17 Jan
Ahmedabad, Gujarat
For All Ages
Bera - Leopards of Jawai
₹ 31,000
Recommended for All Ages Jawai, in the Pali district of Western Rajasthan, is a remarkable place. The ancient hills are among the last few places where humans and big cats coexist peacefully. The rich river-bottom soil, which for millennia has supported clans of Rajput farmers, is broken by dramatic solitary hills, stark uninhabited granite peaks. And in the hills live dozens of leopards, predators who by day watch the humans go about their business, and by night come down to hunt. Yet in Jawai no human has been harmed by a leopard for over 150 years. Perhaps nowhere else in the world do humans and big cats live in such proximity with so little friction. read more read less
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Bharatpur-Chambal Birding Tour
₹ 20,500
4 Nights 5 Days
23 Jan
Hazrat Nizamuddin Railway Station, Delhi
For All Ages
Bharatpur-Chambal Birding Tour
₹ 20,500
Bharatpur: Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary, now known as the Keoladeo Ghana National Park is a famous avifauna sanctuary that sees thousands of rare and highly endangered birds during the winter season. Over 300 species of birds are known to have made the National Park their home. It is a World Heritage Site. The park is a freshwater swamp and is flooded during the monsoon. The park's location in the Gangetic Plain makes it an unrivalled breeding site for Herons, Storks and Cormorants, and an important wintering ground for large numbers of migrant ducks. The most common waterfowl are Gadwall, Shoveler, Common Teal, Cotton Teal, Tufted Duck, Comb Duck, Little Cormorant, Great Cormorant, Indian shag, Ruff, Painted stork, Eurasian spoonbill, Asian open-billed Stork, Oriental Ibis, Darter, Common Sandpiper, Wood Sandpiper and Green sandpiper. The majestic Sarus crane, with its spectacular courtship dance, is also seen here.stork, Eurasian spoonbill, Asian open-billed Stork, Oriental Ibis, Darter, Common Sandpiper, Wood Sandpiper and Green sandpiper. The majestic Sarus crane, with its spectacular courtship dance, is also seen here.shag, Ruff, Painted stork, Eurasian spoonbill, Asian open-billed Stork, Oriental Ibis, Darter, Common Sandpiper, Wood Sandpiper and Green sandpiper. The majestic Sarus crane, with its spectacular courtship dance, is also seen here.shag, Ruff, Painted stork, Eurasian spoonbill, Asian open-billed Stork, Oriental Ibis, Darter, Common Sandpiper, Wood Sandpiper and Green sandpiper. The majestic Sarus crane, with its spectacular courtship dance, is also seen here.stork, Eurasian spoonbill, Asian open-billed Stork, Oriental Ibis, Darter, Common Sandpiper, Wood Sandpiper and Green sandpiper. The majestic Sarus crane, with its spectacular courtship dance, is also seen here.shag, Ruff, Painted stork, Eurasian spoonbill, Asian open-billed Stork, Oriental Ibis, Darter, Common Sandpiper, Wood Sandpiper and Green sandpiper. The majestic Sarus crane, with its spectacular courtship dance, is also seen here. Chambal: The beautiful Chambal Gharial Wildlife Sanctuary is surrounded by the Chambal river, is known to be one of the cleanest rivers of India. It provides you a combination of a unique and unpolluted habitat, abundant wildlife and amazing landscapes. The river is host to an amazing riverine faunal assemblage that includes 2 species of crocodilians – the Mugger and Gharial, 8 species of freshwater Turtles, Gangetic River Dolphins, Indian Skimmers, Black-bellied Terns, Sarus cranes and Black-necked Storks, amongst others. The river safari on the Chambal river is a unique experience with its dramatic landscapes offering a up close and personal encounter of the amazing abundance of wildlife. It an attempt to introduce people to a land that is still unexplored and has retained its unique landscapes, rustic charm and rare wildlife. read more read less
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Kanha National Park
₹ 28,500
2 offers
5 Nights 6 Days
Available on request
For All Ages
Kanha National Park
₹ 28,500
Recommended for All Ages. 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 it is also the only home of the 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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Tadoba Andhari Tiger Reserve
₹ 28,300
2 offers
5 Nights 6 Days
Available on request
For All Ages
Tadoba Andhari Tiger Reserve
₹ 28,300
Recommended for All Ages 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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Ranthambhore National Park (Train)
₹ 27,800
2 offers
5 Nights 6 Days
Available on request
For All Ages
Ranthambhore National Park (Train)
₹ 27,800
Recommended for All Ages 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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Bandhavgarh National Park
₹ 26,000
2 offers
5 Nights 6 Days
Available on request
Mumbai, Maharashtra
For All Ages
Bandhavgarh National Park
₹ 26,000
Recommended for All Ages. 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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Panna National Park
₹ 30,200
2 offers
5 Nights 6 Days
Available on request
For All Ages
Panna National Park
₹ 30,200
Recommended for All Ages. The Panna National Park is located in Panna and Chhatarpur districts of Madhya Pradesh in India, covering an area of 1645 sq.km. The Ken river, which flows through the park from south to north, is home to the Gharial and Mugger, and other aquatic fauna. It is also one of the least polluted rivers in the country and truly the lifeline of the park. Ken offers some of the most spectacular scenery to its visitors while it meanders for about 55 kms. through the national park. The hot and dry climate of the summers along with the Vindhyan soils have led to the growth of teak and a dry deciduous forest has emerged. The grassland areas are home to the tiger, leopard, chital, chinkara, nilgai, sambhar and sloth bear.  The park is home to more than 200 species of birds including the bar-headed goose, Oriental Honey buzzard, eagles, vultures being some of the highlights. read more read less
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