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Central India

The state of Madhya Pradesh is the lost jewel of India - often left off many itineraries for being tricky to access - yet this beautiful place was the inspiration for Kipling’s Jungle Book and is steeped in history. Here, untouched villages and a traditional culture thrive - and a visit gives you the best chance to see a tiger in the wild.

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Big Cats and Holy Ghats - a luxury wildlife safari in India

Mumbai, Pench National Park, Rohet nr Jodphur, Jawai Banh & Udaipur

Stay at some of India’s most exclusive tented camps on a luxury wildlife safari including a dash of India’s wonderful culture and history. Explore Pench National Park, home to the Royal Bengal Tiger, before staying at Jawai Leopard Camp in Rajasthan.

Best for: Wildlife, Adventure, Couples, Honeymoon

Tiger Safari & The Maldives

Delhi, Bandhavgarh National Park, Kanha National Park, Bangalore & North Male Atoll in The Maldives

A week of safari in the Indian wilderness coupled with the total relaxation of the Maldives is an itinerary that creates the perfect balance between adventure and respite and in many ways could be the ultimate honeymoon experience.

Best for: Honeymoon, Wildlife, Adventure, Couples

Call us on 858 523 9000 to start planning your vacation to India

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