Wildlife holidays in India
Tell me about India …
Wildlife tours to India take the wildlife enthusiast to a diverse and abundant land. The Indian subcontinent embraces an enormous range of habitats extending from the spectacular peaks of the Himalayas in the north, through forests, lakes and deserts to the moist Nilgiri hills in the south of the country where the shoreline is lapped by the warm waters of the Indian Ocean.
India is an exciting destination in other respects. The abundant archaeological reminders of the country’s extraordinary history and the fascination of becoming immersed into a completely unique and complex culture are reasons enough to visit India. However, for anyone interested in natural history the attractions of an India wildlife holiday are simply too great to resist.
Our India specialist recommends...
"There is no greater wildlife encounter than that with a Tiger, so why not join us on our ‘Tiger Direct’ holiday which flies you right into the heart of ‘Tiger Country’. Our ‘Brahmaputra Cruise’ is a magical 14-day holiday in Assam, taking in the beautiful landscapes, fascinating culture and the rare wildlife found along the river banks." - Rajan Jolly
What’s special about India’s wildlife?
Colourful and diverse are two adjectives often applied to India and both perfectly describe the flora and fauna seen on our wildlife tours to India.
India is home to 350 species of mammal, including the magnificent tiger, nearly 1,300 species of birds and 600 species of reptiles and amphibians plus a myriad of insects and flowers. Little wonder that many enthusiasts consider an India wildlife tour one of their ultimate lifetime trips.
Naturetrek – The India wildlife tour specialist
No other British operator of natural history tours can claim the experience and expertise acquired by Naturetrek in over 20 years of taking our clients on wildlife tours to India. We are the specialist India wildlife holiday operator.
India has always been an important destination from the very earliest days of the company, and we have gradually expanded and refined our programme of wildlife tours to India to offer over 30 options.
To help you decide which tour is the right one for you, we recommend emailing or phoning our operations manager for the Indian subcontinent, Rajan Jolly. You can also download the special guide we have written to help you choose your Naturetrek India wildlife tour.
NATURETREK INDIA WILDLIFE HOLIDAYS
Naturetrek offers 32 different expert escorted group wildlife tours to India each year (in total over 100 group departures annually), the largest selection offered by any specialist wildlife tour operator.
Here are some of the India wildlife tour options we offer:
But we offer so much more!
View all of our wildlife tours to India or call us now on +44 1962 733051 to find out more.
WHAT YOU'VE BEEN SAYING ABOUT OUR India HOLIDAYS
I would like to congratulate Naturetrek on an extremely well organised and interesting trip to Pench and Kanha National Parks. The team guides, Sara and Dilip, looked after us well and did everything to make the trip interesting and such a success. The guides within the national parks also deserve a special mention as they did all they could to enable us to see as much of India’s animal and bird life as possible. The accommodation, food and service throughout the tour was excellent, and the meal in Nagpur on the last night of the trip. A most enjoyable and unforgettable experience.
The two guides, Sujan Chaterjee and Nick Acheson, were out of the top drawer and made this such a great wildlife holiday. Their knowledge of the area and its wildlife, together with their good humour, made this a trip to remember for a long time.
Eight tigers, 13 sloth bears, 2 packs of wild dogs, 4 sorts of deer, and fabulous birds. What more could we ask! But I have to say what really made it was meeting Nick. We felt really privileged. You don’t need me to tell you how fantastic he is – so knowledgeable, wildlife and nature exuding from every pore, brilliantly entertaining and is so personable. We tried to persuade him to become a presenter on the BBC to follow in David Attenborough’s footsteps. He would be superb!