This southern India safari offers a unique chance to explore the endangered and endemic wildlife of Kerala and the Western Ghats, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Go off the beaten path to experience rich and remote wilderness landscapes - home to vulnerable species like the lion-tailed macaque, nilgiri tahr and nilgiri langur monkey as well as tiger, leopard, wild dog, Asian elephant, bison and more.
What makes this trip extraordinary
- Explore the biodiversity hotspots of India in search of globally threatened flora, fauna, bird, amphibian, reptile and fish species.
- Enjoy walking and boat safaris looking for some of the 25 mammal species, 48 kinds of butterfly and 28 endemic birds that live within the national parks.
- Stay in charming boutique lodges and colonial bungalows with leading naturalists as your guides.
Perfect for those returning to India who want to look beyond traditional indian wildlife