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India Wildlife Tours 2017/2018

5 Wildlife Tours with 783 Reviews

Highlights
  • Delve into the vibrant culture and heritage of Northern India

Delve into the vibrant culture and heritage of India on this fun-packed family adventure. From... ... Read More

Exodus

Taj,Tigers & Temples

of 6 reviews
  • Starts/Ends Delhi/Delhi
  • Operator Active 1 hour ago Exodus
  • Tour Type Group Tour
  • Next Departures Dec 22 Dec 28
From US$ 1,170 10 days
Highlights
  • A comprehensive wildlife tour through India's Kipling Country

Bengal tigers are a highly seductive class-A predator; they are also desperately endangered. Seeing one... ... Read More

Exodus

Land Of The Tiger

of 17 reviews
  • Starts/Ends Nagpur/Delhi
  • Operator Active 1 hour ago Exodus
  • Tour Type Group Tour
  • Next Departures Dec 16 Feb 3
From US$ 2,262 15 days
Highlights
  • Spend time in Tadoba National Park and see the tiger in its natural environment

One species, one park: Tadoba. This beautiful wilderness has a stable but still threatened tiger... ... Read More

Exodus

Tigers In Focus

of 10 reviews
  • Starts/Ends Tadoba/Tadoba
  • Operator Active 1 hour ago Exodus
  • Tour Type Group Tour
  • Next Departures Mar 6 Mar 27
From US$ 1,570 7 days
Highlights

For travellers on a budget who are after an experience full of the very best... ... Read More

G Adventures
24% Discount Free Cancellation

Uncover India–Delhi To Goa

  • Starts/Ends Delhi/Goa
  • Operator G Adventures
  • Tour Type Group Tour
  • Next Departures Nov 27 Dec 3
From US$ 1,449 US$ 1,101 15 days
Highlights
  • Search for the elusive Tiger in Bandhavgarh National Park.

As a quarry tigers are challenging, this is their allure. Sadly the days of thousands ... Read More

Exodus

Kipling Country

  • Starts/Ends Delhi/Delhi
  • Operator Active 1 hour ago Exodus
  • Tour Type Group Tour
  • Next Departures Mar 10 Oct 13
From US$ 2,928 9 days
No Booking Fees
No extra booking fees are charged.
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India Tour Reviews

4.7 - Excellent Based on 783 customer reviews
Well organised Reviewed Tour: Golden Triangle Tour of India
Benjamin Garcia From Argentina At
5 - Excellent
“Our whole tour was excellent.Everything was very well organized. Guides and driver were professional.”
Wonderful Tour Reviewed Tour: Golden Triangle Tour of India
Emily Kotze From South Africa At
5 - Excellent
“We had a wonderful time on our tour.It was very well organized.Accommodations were very nice with professional staff.Our driver Devi was excellent. All the tour guides were friendly and knowledgeable. Overall, we enjoyed each and every moment of our trip. Thank you.”
Excellent Reviewed Tour: India in Depth
5 - Excellent
“Surpassed my expectations.”
Excellent Reviewed Tour: India to Nepal
5 - Excellent
“The trip was simply amazing!! We had a wonderful time exploring the many colourful places in India. Nepal was a holiday on a holiday! Nepal was beautiful! We found that both tour gudes were knowledgeable and engaging. Making the trip enjoyable and easy.”
Average Reviewed Tour: Spiritual India
3 - Average
“Taken to usual tour monuments and restaurants by tour leader. Did not get to experience the local area and people as part of the tour except in Basari. Good use of auto rickshaw.”
Average Reviewed Tour: Wonders of India and Nepal
3 - Average
“India was not my favorite. A lot of travel with not much to do in each city. Nepal was fantastic. ”
Excellent Reviewed Tour: Wonders of India and Nepal
5 - Excellent
“I enjoyed very much the tour”
Very Good Reviewed Tour: Wonders of India and Nepal
4 - Very Good
“Abenteurlich spannend ”
New Year around Northern India Reviewed Tour: Highlights of Northern India
3 - Average
“This is a fast paced tour around some of the popular tourist sites of Rajasthan and Uttar Pradesh states. There's a good variety to see, but fog was something of a hindrance on most mornings at this time of year (late December) and resulted in an itinerary change that meant we missed out on Varanasi, but saw the less frequently visited sites of Keoladeo National Park, Bharatpur and Mathura instead.”
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