Away from the crowded streets of the city, in the depths of the jungle and the vast expanse of the desert, you can find what is most precious to your heart – tranquility, unspoiled nature and the real dwellers of dunes and tropical forests. If you are ready for a wild ride of adventure, a taste of a true wilderness, and maybe a moment of reflection, a Wildlife Safari expedition is just the thing you need.

 

Camel Safari in Jaisalmer

Day 1:
Depart by jeep to the campsite for watching sunrise
Camel Safari to Unda village and Bheelo ki Dhani village
Lunch and rest
Camel trek from Koda village, ride through the sand dunes of Khalaya
Overnight at the campsite

Day 2:
Camel ride to Khalaya village and Megha village
Lunch and rest
Camel ride to Rividi village and Sajeet sand dunes
Overnight at the campsite

Day 3:
Camel ride through the desert
Lunch & rest
Camel riding and galloping on the way to campsite
One-hour jeep drive back to Jaisalmer

 

Elephant Safari in Corbett National Park

Day 1:
Depart early from New Delhi to the The Corbett Hideaway
Depart for a Jeep Safari to the Bijrani area of Corbett to find the Elusive Tiger
Drive back to the Resort for rest
Orientation talk and a Question & Answer session, followed by a Slide show on the Flora & Fauna of the Corbett Natonal Park area
Dinner/overnight at The Corbett Hideaway.

Day 2:
Depart by Jeep to Durga Devi gate of Corbett Tiger Reserve. Starting point of Elephant Safari and trek.
Hot lunch served on the banks of the Ramganga River, continuation of the Elephant Safari
Arrive in Lohachaur Forest Rest House, overnight in bungalow

Day 3:
Starting point to full day on Elephant back
Scrub and bath for Elephant in the Mandal River, hot lunch
Drive by jeep to Kanda FRH, overnight in bungalow

Day 4:
Depart by Jeep for Safari into Corbett National Park
Arrive at Dhikala Forest Lodge for lunch and rest
The Elephant ride from Dhikala
Refreshing cup of tea
Overnight at Lodge

Day 5:
The early morning Elephant ride from Dhikala
A guided walk to a watch tower situated overlooking the Ramganga River
Depart on a Jeep Safari by the lower jungle track along the Ramganga River
Arrive at “The Corbett Hideaway”
Bonfire and dinner.

Day 6:
Depart for onward destination

 

Elephant Safari in Kerala

Day 1: Flight from Delhi to Kochi

Day 2: Kochi, sightseeing

Day 3: Arrive in Manjali village, fishing in the river, home stay with local family

Day 4: Start elephant safari, elephant feeding and bathing, etc., lunch in typical Kerala style, overnight at Local House

Day 5: Elephant ride, lunch, drive back to Kochi

Day 6: Flight back to Delhi

 

Boat trips in Kumarakom, Kerala

A cruise along the palm-fringed waterways of Kerala in a luxury houseboat is the most enchanting holiday experience in India today. In a world gifted with beauty, you will skim past ancient Chinese fishing nets, water lilies, lush paddy fields, coir villages, rustic homes, temples and coconut groves. A guided tour down the backwaters would provide you with a complete and unforgettable experience on the back waters of Kerala and will also reveal to you some interesting facts about the life of local village people. Our destination is Kumarakom. Kumarakom is a centre for houseboat cruises. Traditionally, the houseboats were called Kettuvallams, which means a boat made by tying together pieces of wood. Unbelievable as it may sound, not a single nail is used in the making of a Kettuvallam. During the 22 hours long cruise you can experience beautiful landscapes of lush green shores and rice fields around as well as traditional life of the local community simultaneously enjoying the luxury and comfort of the houseboat.

 

Camel Safari in Ladakh

Camel safari in Ladakh is enjoyed in the month of July, August and September. You will traverse through rutted mountain terrains on camels. The cold deserts of Ladakh offer beautiful sights of colorful landscapes and remote villages. Spend your nights under the studded sky. Camel safari imparts exciting views of glorious vales, Buddhist Gompas. You can explore pretty settlements such as Nubra and its valley, a fantastic place.

From Leh, you travel to Hunder, and take a camel ride through the sand dunes and picturesque valleys to Diskit. Take a short ride to Tegger village for another fascinating camel ride with the river to Pinchimic. Ladakh is well known for its nonpareil beauty, which can be treasured with two-humped camel ride.

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