India – Just Big Cats
10 days from £2750*
Is it really possible to see the legendary Black Panther in the beautiful jungles of India? Normally the answer is clearly no and in national parks with high tiger densities it is difficult to see a 'normal' leopard, let alone a Melanistic one. However, on a recent trip to India I bumped into a wildlife guide who has spent the last few years working in and around Nagarhole national park. At this very moment there is a male Black Panther who is dominant (this is key) over standard coloured male leopards and therefore 'relatively' bold when it comes to being seen by photographers.
7 days from £1750*
We have designed this tiger safari at Tadoba national park specifically for keen wildlife photographers. Not only are you staying at the best India wildlife lodge in Tadoba to access two different entrance gates, we also limit the number of photographers in each jeep to 3 and enjoy a total of 10 jeep safaris inside the park
18 days from £4500*
Tiger and Leopard Safari in India and Sri Lanka
There is something very special about embarking on a big cat safari in Asia where you have the chance to see tigers and leopards in the same trip. Of course this is possible in India alone, but often the quality of the leopard sightings is not on a par with what you will observe in Sri Lanka. The simple reason for this is the big cat hierachy that exists in India, where tigers, simply through their size and aggression out compete the resident leopards.
11 days from £2820*
Indian tiger safari at Tadoba with Sasan Gir lions, includes 7 jeep safaris at Tadoba and 6 at Gir, a fly-in best of Indian wildlife diversity
25 days from £4500*
Surely the ultimate Indian wildlife tour and big cat safari as you have the genuine chance to see Snow Leopard, Tigers, Leopards and Lions in the same unique Indian safari.
7 days from £3365*
Luxury tiger and leopard safari staying in superb tented accommodation owned by the Sujan group. First spend 3 nights at the fabulous Sherbagh tented camp in Ranthambhore with 5 tiger safaris in this world famous sanctuary and then head south to the dry desert region of southern Rajasthan in search of the elusive leopard at their luxurious Jawai leopard camp.
14 days from £2620*
India tiger safari focusing on the stunning predators, with 7 jeep safaris at Ranthambhore looking for tigers, 6 jeep safaris at a leopard hotpsot in rural Rajasthan and 6 jeep safaris at Sasan Gir the last stronghold of Asiatic lions
7 days from £1295*
India wildlife tour and bespoke safari visiting Sasan Gir, with 8 private jeep safaris looking for Asiatic lions, leopards, antelope, deer, crocodiles and good variety of birds. An Indian wildlife holiday for those seeking the path less travelled and a chance to see two big cats!
14 days from £2450*
India wildlife tour in the remote and beautiful Hemis National Park, located in Ladakh. Cold temperatures (minus 20) and moderate walking on this adventurous, small group wildlife tour at the best time of year for viewing Snow Leopards.
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