DISCOVER THE EXTRAORDINARY

The Indian sub-continent harbours some of the world’s most extraordinary wild landscapes, from the snow bound mountains of the High Himalayas, to the wet mangrove swamps of the Sundabans, from the teak tiger forests of Madhya Pradesh to the elephant jungles of the Western Ghats and the desert sea shores of Gujarat.

Teeming with exotic and often highly endangered wildlife, from the great landmasses’ only ape species, the Hoorlock gibbon to the elusive flying squirrel, from the mighty one horned rhinoceros to the tiny pygmy hog. This is not Africa’s ‘Big Five’ country – this is ‘Big Eight’ country, when you add wolves, bears and the world’s most revered big cat, the wild Bengal tiger to the list. Enjoy it all – and use your travels to help us conserve it all

LOOK FOR NATURE FRIENDLY ACCOMMODATIONS & CRUISES

Using any of our wide range of lodgings, from superb wildlife based tented camps, comfortable lodges, leisurely resorts, beautiful treehouses, fabulous river cruises and boutique homestays, covering over 26 wildlife and wilderness destinations across India, Nepal and Bhutan, you can be assured that every operation has been through our strict PUG certification process to ensure they are ‘Nature Friendly’. We’ve done the hard work – so you can ‘Follow the PUG’ and enjoy you travels, and be sure others can too – far into the future.

TRAVEL WITH THE BEST TRAVEL COMPANIES & AGENTS

Plan you Indian holiday, Nepal adventure, or Bhutan visit using one of a large number of the world’s best known travel companies, or Indian based agents to put your very own itinerary together. Every travel company here has committed to drive their own sustainable travel practices, seek PUG certified accommodation providers wherever possible and support our conservation efforts.

Now you can enjoy a flawless and carefree travel itinerary to many of Indian subcontinent’s greatest wilderness destinations and combine this with its rich cultural and historic heritage.

Natural Habitat Adventures

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It's not whether animals will survive, it's whether man has the will to save them.

It's not whether animals will survive, it's whether man has the will to save them.

It's not whether animals will survive, it's whether man has the will to save them.

It's not whether animals will survive, it's whether man has the will to save them.

It's not whether animals will survive, it's whether man has the will to save them.

It's not whether animals will survive, it's whether man has the will to save them.

It's not whether animals will survive, it's whether man has the will to save them.

what’s new and what’s News

Enjoy a wealth of travel information and breaking news, travel blogs from experts, notes on nature, and ways to make your next Indian holiday or safari adventure the best ever.

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May 19

Don’t pose with tigers

Its very tempting in Thailand and South East Asia to take a selfie with a cute tamed tiger – but...
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Feb 19

Tiger spotted in Gujarat walked all the way from Ratapani in MP

BHOPAL: The tiger that trekked 300km over two years to reach Gujarat — the second longest recorded dispersal — is...
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Want to stop poaching? Walk with the Pardhi in India

Want to stop poaching?  Then walk with ex poachers instead.  “The Pardhi community of central India have historically been outlaws,...

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October 23, 2019

From Extinction to Attraction – how nature travellers are helping to save India’s wildlife

From Extinction to Attraction Nature Tourism's role in the rise in India's Tiger population From Outlook Traveller cover article by...

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