Embark on a search for the majestic Bengal tiger alongside big cat specialist and National Geographic photographer Steve Winter. This photography-focused safari will take you to Kanha and Bandhavgarh, two of India's most wildlife-rich national parks, while also allowing time to view the historic sights of Mumbai.
India is a true riot for the senses – you will be overwhelmed by colour, sound, taste and the sheer scale of this land which contains over one billion people. The seventh largest country in the world and with several hundred languages, India is dozens of countries in one. Indian holidays explore teeming cities, tropical jungles, awe-inspiring mountain ranges, sandy beaches, symbolic rivers, quiet backwaters, wildlife havens, temperate hill stations and parched deserts; India really does have it all. We do not recommend trying to see all of India in your first visit, instead, choose a region and spend two to three weeks discovering the highlights, saving the rest of India's delights for your next safari in India.
Once you have fallen for India’s irrepressible charm, you won't be able to resist returning again and again.