Immerse yourself in this extraordinary 16-day Limited Edition itinerary that celebrates and acknowledges 30 years of &Beyond leaving our better world a better place, through our Care of the Land, Wildlife and People, that coincides with the epic milestone of the 50th anniversary of Project Tiger in India, one of the world’s most successful conservation programmes. With a focus on tigers, these dynamic predators in the wild that are symbols of strength, courage and dignity, your journey takes you to three iconic national parks set up under this project, Ranthambhore National Park, Kanha National Park, and Kaziranga National Park. (Ranthambhore and Kahna were two of the original nine Tiger Reserves created in 1973. Kaziranga was added later).
2 nights Delhi | 1 night Agra | 3 nights Ranthambhore National Park | 1 night Jaipur | 3 nights Kanha National Park | 1 night Kolkata | 3 nights Kaziranga National Park | 1 night Delhi
Your itinerary begins in Delhi, a fusion of bustling international metropolis, medieval chaos and regal splendour and continues to Agra to view the Taj Mahal, the ultimate masterpiece dedicated to love. Your wildlife adventure starts in Ranthambhore National Park where you will traverse open plains and dense forests in search of the Bengal tiger and then onto Jaipur, an exquisite Pink City rich in history and culture. Next up is Kanha National Park where you spend an evening with tiger specialist Dr. Raghu Chundawat, as well as tracking these solitary hunters during the day. Enjoy a night in Kolkata, known as the ‘City of Joy’, vibrant and culturally diverse and end off your captivating tale at Kaziranga National Park and visit the Centre for Wildlife Rehabilitation and Conservation and glide along the Brahmaputra River. An irresistible wildlife journey awaits you here with unforgettable experiences and the opportunity of exploring one of the world’s most famous carnivores, spoken about in legendary tales and folklore, majestic in presence and a major attraction on any wildlife landscape.
*A USD 1,500 group donation will be going to Tiger Watch, an initiative that fights for the survival of this powerful feline.