An adventurous safari across the Indian subcontinent; seek out the regions big cats while staying in comfortable camps and jungle lodges. Starting off in the Indian state of Madhya Pradesh you will discover two of India’s lesser-known national parks, Pench and Satpura, on game drives and walking safaris in search of leopards, tigers and other wildlife. Spend a day exploring the narrow streets and bustling markets of Old Delhi, before travelling to Sri Lanka and Yala National Park, home to the highest population density of leopards in the world. Finish off your safari with some relaxation in the tranquil tea plantations of the hill country.
What makes this trip extraordinary
- Look out for wildlife including leopards, wild dogs and sloth bears in India's off-the-beaten-track national parks.
- Explore the historical and cultural sites of New and Old Delhi.
- Camp out in the forests of Yala National Park, the best place for leopard spotting in Sri Lanka.
- Visit the peaceful tea plantations around Dickoya and learn how the regions world-famous tea is produced.
Discover the best places for leopard sightings in both India and Sri Lanka, while looking out for more of the region's distinctive wildlife.