India is home to the world’s largest greater one-horned rhino population.
When an elusive tiger has been found, our guide and driver transport us to its last known location.
We may see common langurs during our safari drives. Their “coughing” alarm call heard in the forest is often the first indicator of the presence of a predator.
This adventure affords many opportunities to experience first-hand the vibrant colors and awe-inspiring nature of this vast and diverse country.
A tiger in the wild is a rare gem, but seeing the species in the wild is one of the most incredible experiences to be had. During these safaris we search for the tiger, which is under threat from habitat loss and the illegal wildlife trade.
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WWF in India WWF has set a bold, but achievable goal of Tx2: doubling the number of tigers in the wild by 2022, the next Year of the Tiger, so that these animals may be found in the wild for years to come. Read more here