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Although we are now working from home, if you are due to travel shortly we will be in touch to support and guide you in either postponing or cancelling your trip, based on Foreign Office advice and your insurance arrangements.
 
When you feel ready to do so, we are here to help you plan your next holiday, knowing availability in many key destinations is already tight for next year. To help you move forward with confidence, our booking conditions have been relaxed in case you are unable to travel due to COVID-19 issues beyond your control (eg a new wave of infections; visa restrictions; mandatory quarantine; or cancellation of your international flight).
 
Thank you for your ongoing kindness & support in these difficult times. And remember that all our holidays are fully financially protected, wherever in the world you live.

Warm regards

Claire Farley, Managing Director
Wildlife Holidays to India Goa Tiger Safari Sasan Gir Gujarat Birding

Wildlife Holidays to India: Tiger Safari + Goa

The western states of Gujarat and Maharashtra are the gateway to a wonderful array of wildlife holidays to India, that can be combined with the glorious beaches of Goa.
 
Most visitors will arrive via the bustling metropolis of Mumbai (formerly known as Bombay). Be sure to visit the India Gateway and Elephanta Island, a World Heritage site, before flying to one of the key tiger safari reserves in central India, such as Bandhavgarh or Kanha.
 
Gujarat also has wonderful wildlife holidays of its own, most notably to Sasan Gir National Park, which is the sole remaining habitat of the Asiatic lion. On wildlife holidays to India, the Little Rann of Kutch has outstanding Gujarat birding & is also a sanctuary for the endangered Asiatic Wild Ass. The Banni Grasslands and Blackbuck National Park should not be overlooked.
 
Gujarat also has many interesting historic sites, as this was the birthplace of Mahatma Gandhi, the father of modern India.
 
The former Portuguese colony of Goa is the smallest state in India, with miles and miles of glorious warm Arabian Sea coastline. The beaches of Goa are ideal for relaxation after a tiger safari or a private tour elsewhere in the country.
 
For expert advice on wildlife holidays to India, combining a tiger safari with Sasan Gir, Gujarat birding or Goa, contact our friendly team on 01582 766122 today. We can also tailor make a holiday to your exact requirements. Download our India brochure (PDF 1.2 Mb)
 
Selling wildlife holidays to India & tiger safari for over 15 years.
ALL OUR WILDLIFE HOLIDAYS TO INDIA, COMBINING TIGER SAFARI WITH SASAN GIR, GUJARAT BIRDING & GOA ARE FINANCIALLY PROTECTED wherever in the world you live.
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With a population of over 20 million people, Mumbai is the commercial capital of India and the centre of the Bollywood movie industry. It was in this city that the Slumdog Millionaire movie was shot. From the India Gateway you can take the ferry to Elephanta Island to see some incredible sculptures and caves that are now a World Heritage Site. There are also several very interesting museums in the city.
 
Wildlife holidays to India usually combine a tiger safari in one of the central states, with the beaches of Goa. Wildlife holidays specific to Gujarat focus on the rare Asiatic lions of Gir National Park & the Little Rann of Kutch, established to protect the endangered Asiatic wild ass. The Banni Grasslands, on the outer edge of these marshy salt flats, is a world renowned Gujarat birding hot spot where numerous migrants, endemics and birds of prey can be seen. Blackbuck National Park protects this elegant but endangered antelope that is indigenous to this region.
 
Wildlife holidays to India & Gujarat can also include many cultural treasures - including the imposing Shore Temple of Somnath, one of the twelve Jyotirlingas (shrines) of Lord Shiva, the pilgrimage city of Dwarka and historic Ahmedabad where Mahatma Gandhi lived.
 
Holidays to Goa on the Arabian Sea are a magnet for sun worshippers, offering miles and miles of wonderful beaches. The north coast is best for those seeking lots of activities and nightlife, although the much quieter beaches along the south coast are arguably better. This is the ideal place to relax after a touring holiday or tiger safari in other parts of India.
Wildlife of Gujarat + Asiatic Lions of Gir
IPI10A
10 NIGHTS
FROM £2,295
Per person sharing
International flights quoted separately
Asiatic Lions Gir National Park Gujarat India Diu Ahmedabad

Explore the wildlife of Gujarat, including a safari in Gir National Park - the only home of the endangered Asiatic lion. Starting in Ahmedabad, where you can visit the home of Mahatma Gandhi, experience fantastic birding in the Little Rann of Kutch and jeep safaris in Blackbuck & Gir. Afterwards explore Elephanta Island in Mumbai. English speaking driver/guide, all transfers, jeep safaris & sightseeing included.

Asiatic Lions Gir National Park Gujarat India Diu Ahmedabad
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Ahmedabad
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Mahatma Gandhi's home
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Dasada
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Little Rann of Kutch
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Velavadar
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Blackbuck National Park
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Gir National Park
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Asiatic Lions
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Jeep Safaris
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Mumbai
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Ahmedabad
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Mahatma Gandhi's home
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Dasada
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Little Rann of Kutch
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Velavadar
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Blackbuck National Park
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Gir National Park
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Asiatic Lions
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Jeep Safaris
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Mumbai
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