Tiger in Bandhavgarh

Tigers

The world’s largest cat species, the tiger, are territorial and solitary animals that hunt over a wide territory. This, combined with a declining population due to poaching and other conflict with humans, means that seeing a tiger in the wild is by no means guaranteed. But when – if – you do see that flash of fiery orange in the undergrowth it’s a truly wondrous moment. Nothing compares to the visceral thrill of seeing a real tiger up close. The first encounter, that magical moment when you lock eyes with one of these precious big cats, stays with you for life. Due to a huge effort by conservationalists, some of whom we’ve been involved with for many years, there are even reports that tiger populations have increased for the first time in over 100 years. The best places to watch tigers are Bandhavgarh, Kanha and Ranthambore. Tiger safaris are done by vehicle and although not offering the profusion of game you may find in Africa, there is plenty of other wildlife to enjoy as well as a good chance of a sighting of this elusive and endangered predator.

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Tiger Safari Holidays

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Spend time in Tadoba National Park and see the tiger in its natural environment

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Search for the elusive Tiger in Bandhavgarh National Park

Guided Group, Tailormade Adventures

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10 days inc. flights
From £2,799
Activity Rating - Leisurely/Moderate

The population of tigers, is sadly in a precarious state. Land encroachment and the obscenity of poaching for the ludicrous ancient medicine demand have left an indelible mark on the future of this magnificent beast. However, due to the herculean efforts of conservationists, charities and tourism it is still possible to see tigers in the wild.

The best places to watch tigers are Bandhavgarh, Kanha and Ranthambore. Tiger safaris are done by vehicle and although not offering the profusion of game you may find in Africa, there is plenty of other wildlife to enjoy, as well as a good chance of a sighting of this elusive and endangered predator.

Call us on 020 8772 3936