Tiger and Wildlife Travel and Tours
India and Nepal offer a wealth of wildlife holiday options whether you plan to travel independently or to book a tour.
Famous destinations for wildlife viewing, noted for the iconic tiger not to mention lion, rhino, elephant, leopard and the shaggy sloth bear immortalised in the Jungle Book, can be easily combined with the colours of the continent’s extraordinary heritage, the magic of its ancient civilisations, fabulous adventures and simply relaxation.
ALL to ensure the protection, conservation and rewilding of the continent’s extraordinary biodiversity – long after you have finished your holiday.
Deciding where to go
The Indian subcontinent offers incredible diversity from humid rainforests, deserts, mangrove swamps and wooded jungles through to the world’s high mountains.
Download our Good Wildlife Travel Guide for an overview of where to visit in India and Nepal and profiles on Tiger Reserves, National Parks and Wildlife Sanctuaries. Alternatively, visit the parks section of our website.
Look Before You Book – choose PUG Eco-rated accommodation to make a difference
Choose from over 70 PUG eco-rated places to stay from luxury lodges and resorts to home stays and river cruises knowing you are helping to protect nature and support local communities. Our PUG Mark guides you in your decisions.
Recognised by the United Nation’s Global Sustainable Tourism Council the PUG mark represents the highest standards in eco-rating for nature accommodation on the subcontinent.
Select an international tour operator or local travel company for peace of mind
Our travel company members, including many of the best known travel companies in the world, offer an extraordinary range of options to choose from ranging from dedicated wildlife holidays, trekking and photography to festivals, cultural highlights, insights into rural life, or simply relaxation combined with inspiring experiences of nature. All have all signed a Code of Conduct to support TOFTigers’ campaign for responsible travel and to use PUG eco-rated accommodation where they can. Download the Good Wildlife Travel Guide or visit the international tour operator section of our website or ground agents in India to select a company to give you the holiday of a lifetime.