Leading adventure travel specialist, Baobab Expeditions, is proud to announce a unique travel partnership with WWF- India (World Wild Fund for Nature), continuing the company’s commitment to offering holiday experiences that support eco-tourism principles and wildlife conservation in the countries to which it travels.
The partnership – which launches this week and is the only one of its kind currently operating in the UK – provides clients with the unique opportunity to experience wilderness and understand conservation challenges.
India: Tigers, Rhinos & Wild Buffaloes is a 13-day tour taking guests straight into the heart of tiger country, in Bandhavgarh National Park, before heading east to Kaziranga – the best place on earth to observe the endangered Great Indian One-horned Rhinoceros. Experience jungle safaris by jeep and on elephant back, and search for tigers, rhino, jackals, rhesus macaque and langur monkeys as well as many species of deer, antelope and birdlife. Baobab Expeditions’ responsible tourism policy ensures that the company observes all the norms of visitors to National Parks and does not disturb wildlife in its habitat.
Accompanied by expert safari guides and naturalists - Raghunandan Singh Chundawat, Wazir Khan and Sameer Bakshi – and travelling in small groups of no more than 12 people, guests will also have plenty of opportunity to interact with the local community as part of this itinerary and to find out more about nature conservation in India.
Accommodation throughout is in luxury jungle lodges and the deluxe Hotel Taj Mahal, Delhi, where guests will also enjoy a guided city tour of Old & New Delhi that includes the Red Fort, Lutyens’ Delhi and the tomb of Emperor Humayun.