Time : Mid-September to Mid-March
on a solitary oasis, experience the dark starry nights and dance
to musicians haunting music.
safaris are the ideal way to spend time exploring rustic
Rajasthan. A camel safari moves through the golden sands of the
savage Thar desert passing through remote villages.
fortified cities of Jodhpur, Jaisalmer and Bikaner are the best
areas for camel safaris. The adventurous can take an entire
trail combining Shekhawati, Pushkar and Bikaner.
a camel can take getting used, similar to the first time trying
to sit cross kneed. Camel rides are not like elephant rides
where one sits comfortably and lets the animal do the rest. Be
prepared for sore ankles and knees.
will be better to try a one day safari before getting on to
anything major. The camel cards are full equipped and visitors
need not bother about comfort in the desert. One can ride or
walk along leisurely with the safari and enjoy the desertscape.
safaris can be tailored to suit the needs of every traveller
from a few hours to a week. The safaris are also available in
Best Time :
Mid-November to Mid-March
safaris offer a full experience of Indian wildlife through
India's famous national parks like Bandhavgarh, Sariska,
Corbett, Kanha and Ranthambhore.
Periyar Tiger trail, is an exicting trekking programme through
the deep forests in the Periyar river valley, near
by a small team of experienced guides who have quite their
former jobs as poachers, hike into cool, green forests and out
again into vast, sunny meadows.
can see an astounding array of wildlife including elephants,
sambar deer, birds like the brilliant blue Kingfisher and the
great pied hornbill, and more than 100 species of butterflies.
Best Time :
November to March
are gaining in popularity and are offered in Rajasthan.
Conditions are similar to camel safaris with grooms (and often
the horse owner) accompanying the tour.
trails chosen usually enable tourists to visit small villages,
old forts and temples. Horse safaris move across a variety of
terrain and vegetation including scrub covered arid plains to
forested hills. Night stay are often in comfortable palaces,
forts or havelis.
through bred and half-bred, Indian bred Marwari and Kathiawari
horses which are retired fro racing. The average distance
covered daily is 20-35 kms.
is in deluxe tents with separate baths and toilets. The saddlery
Best Time :
Mid-June to September
superb way to explore the Buddhist mountain Kingdom of Ladakh
and the remote and mysterious Nubra Valley. Wide open spaces,
wind across your face, breathtaking bewitching scenery is what
you are driving past different landscapes on mountain roads.
journey on the Manali-Leh road, Manali-Rohtang Pass evokes great
emotions as one drives past the bleak desertscape of Ladakh and
the Zanskar Valley, through which passes the strategic
Manali-Leh highway and the old Hindustan-Tibet road.
Zanskar valley is a particularly challenging area where even a
casual visit to a monastery or a remote village settlement
involves a rewarding safari.
past different landscapes, apple orchards, quaint villages and
temples, the tribal districts where the landscape contrasts
starkly with the greenery seen earlier, the Great Himalayan jeep
safari is an unmatched experience.
safaris are also offered in the verdant hills of Arunachal
Pradesh and are popular across Rajasthan in winter.
jeep through Saurashtra takes on through six different habitats
: the desert wilderness of the Little Rann of Kutch, the marine
ecosystems of the Gulf of Kutch, the wetlands of Khaijadiya bird
sanctuary, the deciduous forests of Gir the tropical thorn scrub
forest of Hingolgadh sanctuary and the Savannah-like grasslands
of Velavadar National Park.
little explored circuit offers glimpses of some of the rarest of
wildlife species including the Asiatic lion and Indian wild ass
which are not seen elsewhere in India.
Safari is a safari with a difference. A Yak Safari is organised
from Dzongri onwards on prior booking.
two-day yak safari can be done while trekking from Yuksam
situated 5,800 feet above sea level to Dzongri at 13,800 feet.
All along the route, one is amazed and spellbound by the
spectacular mountain scenes.
take a yak or trek along the spine of the Singelila Range to the
4572-meter-high Dui-la, the pass of the Devil. The route with no
habitation, follows the ancient grazing trail of the yak
herdsmen. It is the domain of the yaks and their lonely
glacial valleys, gurgling streams, cascades, chiselled snow
peaks, meadows, forests, Rhododendrons, wildlife, birds and
breathtaking views of 6,000 to 8,000 m high peaks of the
Kunchenjunga, and the Mount Everest group.
is an experience unique to Sikkim.
Best Time :
November to March
the good old days of the sahibs and sikaris by trying an
might seem like huge, intidimating beasts but they are quite
gentle really and one can soon get used to the swaying motion of
the elephant's gait.
through the hills and wide river valleys of the Corbett National
Park, named after the famous hunter and conservationalist, Jim
Corbett. Wild boar and herbs of deer browse the vegetation in
this scenic reserve, a convenient prey for the game park's
leopards and tigers.
safaris are popular in the various wild life sanctuary scattered
all over India and in the forest lands of Kerala. It is the best
way to see wildlife from close quarters.
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