Unforgettable Tiger Holidays
Arguably one of the most iconic species on the planet, the Tiger is a symbol of natural perfection. The opportunity to observe the animal in its natural habitat on a dedicated Tiger holiday is at the top of many people's wildlife wish list. With more than 20 years' experience leading Tiger watching tours in the Indian subcontinent, Naturetrek offers the widest range of itineraries available.
We visit some of the most wildlife-rich reserves in the subcontinent. Accompanied by the best local naturalist guides and enjoying the security of small group travel, participants enjoy the ultimate thrill of encountering these magnificent wild animals in their own environment.
Our tiger travel specialist recommends …
"Over the past two decades Just Tigers has experienced unparalleled sightings. The itinerary includes 14 game drives and a visit to the Taj Mahal. Since we began the tour we've had 100% sightings! The newer Tiger Direct
itinerary encompasses less travel and is experiencing similar success.”
Naturetrek Tour Manager
Superb Tiger Watching with Naturetrek
As the foremost operator of natural history tours in India, Naturetrek has a long and proud tradition of enabling clients to experience the very best wildlife viewing opportunities in the subcontinent. Over the past two decades, many hundreds of nature lovers have enjoyed the benefits of our renowned small group itineraries, to gain multiple sightings of this beautiful animal in the wild.
Our professionally-organised tours encompass some of the most wildlife-rich reserves in India, including Pench, Kanha, Bandhavgarh and Panna National Parks, as well as the option to include a visit to Ranthambore National Park. Our expert naturalist guides provide the best opportunities for sightings of a wide range of species in these spectacular natural environments.
Optional extensions on the popular Tiger Direct tour grant you access to two other fantastic National Parks: Tadoba and Satpura. Tadoba is an excellent Tiger watching destination, while at Satpura many guests are lucky enough to observe Leopards and Sloth Bears, as well as participate in night game drives.
Some of the reasons our tours are so successful:
- 100% sightings on our four top safaris in the last five years
- Small groups escorted by India’s best naturalist guides
- Up-to-date information from wildlife reserves
- Scrupulous attention to detail in choosing a high standard of accommodation
- Excellent local guides monitor the animals’ movement daily to ensure the best sightings
What can I expect on a typical Naturetrek Tiger holiday?
- A comfortable lodge within a convenient distance from the reserve
- Twice-daily excursions by vehicle into the reserve
- Sightings from the back of an elephant in some reserves
- A focus on sightings of Tigers, while also enjoying culture and other wildlife
- The security and enjoyment of a small group
Naturetrek has teamed up with some of the world’s leading conservation organisations to offer responsible nature travel experiences, which make a direct contribution to saving these incredible wild cats.
WHAT YOU'VE BEEN SAYING ABOUT OUR Tiger HOLIDAYS
Nick Acheson was AMAZING! His knowledge and enthusiasm was fantastic. He cared about each individual member of the group and took his time to get to know us. He was the best group leader we have ever had and definitely made our holiday. Raghu was also FANTASTIC! He was so knowledgeable and enthusiastic about everything. He and Nick had a great partnership.
Trip exceeded all expectations. I hoped for one tiger sighting but ended up with eight! ... I loved the whole trip.
I would like to thank Naturetrek and particularly Rajan Jolly for a particularly well organised trip. All the transport was organised without unnecessary delays, the accommodation and food was excellent with both the Tiger Corridor and Kanha Jungle Lodge giving great detail to comfort. The park entrances/permits, transport and guides into both Pench and Kanha Tiger Reservers were excellent in organisation and quality, added to which the experience within the reserves was excellent and the exhilaration of seeing my first Tiger will live long in my memory. I would like to express my particular thanks to Harish Sharma who made the holiday particularly pleasant, his constant efforts to ensure everything was in order, his pleasant demeanour and his particular knowledge of the birds, bird call, mammals and mammal calls made for a most memorable trip. Praise must also go to Durgesh Singh who again tirelessly worked to ensure the holiday went smoothly.