Choosing Where to go?

Choosing where to go can be the most daunting prospect on the Indian subcontinent. You can follow the crowds or decide to go ‘off piste’ to some of the less well known parks and sanctuaries, combining this with some of India best known, or least know historical or cultural jewels. The choice is yours and some ideas of what you can see and do is explored here.

Central India

The Central Indian landscape is adorned with Vindhya, Satpura, Aravalli, Maikal and Ajanta mountain ranges that ensconce amazing flora and fauna species

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East and North East India

The forests in the Eastern and North Eastern part of India boast of unique flora and fauna. Endangered animals such as one-horned rhinoceros, the gargantuan

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North India

The Northern region is largely associated with the Himalayan ranges and the mysterious Ghost of the Mountains - the snow leopard. The pristine Gangotri

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South India

The Nilgiri Biosphere Reserve spans across more than 5,000 square kilometres of the pristine Western Ghats of South India replete with moist, evergreen,

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West India

When we think of West India, we think of the last and only remaining abode of the Asiatic lions, the Gir National Park in Gujarat. Today, the conservation

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Nepal, the land of the Himalayas, historic cities and lush forests is home to a wide range of flora and fauna owing to extreme variations in its altitude

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