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India is the world’s largest democracy and covers an area of 3,287,263sq km, stretching from the high Himalayas in the North, to the southern tropical rain forests and flanked by the Arabian Sea in West and The Indian Ocean in the East. In the shape of a triangle, India's topography is greatly varied in that there are deserts and rain forests, much of its land is comprised of fertile river plains and high plateaus. A vast subcontinent of over 1.2 billion people and contains more different languages, religions, races and cultures than any other country in the world. India offers the travellers a multitude of unique experiences ensuring an unforgettable visit. From the vibrant and bustling markets and extravagant festivals to the serenity of a mountain retreat, India is a destination that will touch your soul.

With great pleasure, we are pleased to introduce 4 journeys in the Indian wilderness organised by our close working partner andBeyond. andBeyond started operations in India in 2005 with 4 of their lodges and created the first luxury wilderness experience in India. They brought together a team of unmatched experience and knowledge, who not only are passionate about providing the best experiences to the discerning travellers in all the countries that we serve, but also fervent about the communities and wildlife that we showcase!

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Mobile Camping in Central India

11 days

Khajuraho Temples, Kalinjar Fort, Panna National Park、Orcha、 Kuno Palpur Wildlife Sanctuary、Shivpuri town.

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Trans Himalayan Expedition

14 days

Trans-Himalayan landscape、to spot Himalayan Brown Bears、lakes of Tsokar and Tsomoriri、Himalayan Wolves, Ibex, Argali Monastery


Snow Leopard Expedition

12 days

To see rare animals like Snow Leopard, as well as Ibex, Tibetan Antelope, Blue Sheep, Shapo and Tibetan Hare

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India's Endangered Eight

13 days

Enjoy park drives in three prime Indian national parks, visit a rescue centre, see eight endangered mammals and meet an Indian tiger specialist.

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