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Nature & Eco Tours
Eco tourism means
environmentally responsible travel to experience the natural areas and culture of a region while promoting conservation and economically contributing to local communities. Protecting environment to protect ourselves and our future generations and for the existence of life is our aim. In all cases we will provide you with expert and committed naturalists. Comfortable lodgings in wonderful natural settings, a conveyance of your choice and days and days of communion with nature.



Named after Jim Corbett, the legendary hunter-naturalist, the Corbett National Park streches over an area of 1300 sq. kms. in the Himalayan foothills with open grasslands, Sal and riverine forest and the beautiful life-giving Ramganga river that flows through almost its entire length. Over 50 mammals, 580 birds and 25 reptile species have been listed in Corbett, but it is most famous for the ever elusive Tiger. The National Park was set up in 1973 and chosen for Project Tiger of the World Wildlife Fund. Wildlife population includes Elephants, the Leopard and smaller Cats, Sambar, Chital - the beautiful spotted Deer, Barking deer, Wild Boar, Sloth and Himalayan Black Bear and Crocodiles.

Corbett can be reached by six hour drive from Delhi via Moradabad.

15th November to the onset of Monsoon in the mid-June.
Game-viewing by jeep twice a day, nature walks and bird watching, outings with resident Naturalists.



The Ranthambhore National park is Rajasthan’s first Project Tiger reserve, named after a 1000-year old Fort which stands in the Park. The 410 sq. kms. are covered with dhok, ranj, salai, ber and palm trees. Belts of dry deciduous forests with ancient banyans and pipals suddenly open into large grassy meadows. The three water features Rajbagh lake, Milak Tank and Padam Tank attract a variety of migratory birds and are covered with pink lotuses on which the Sambars often feed. The March crocodiles bask on the shores, the Tigers are on the prowl at the peripheries. The variety of birds is vast and have their own say. Searching parakeets, whistling magpies and dancing peacocks abound in the park.

Jaipur is the nearest airport (170 kms). Sawai Madhopur is the nearest Railhead (9 kms) with train services from Delhi.

October to June.
Game-viewing by jeep twice a day.


Bandhavgarh National Park in Central India falls within one of India’s few remaining areas of natural forest. Its steep cliffs, rocky hills covered with 44884 hectares of dense Sal and Bamboo forests make it an ideal terrain for Tigers. Wildlife population includes Chital (spotted deer), Sambar, Barking Deer, Nilgai (blue bull), Chinkara, Chowsingha (four-horned antelope), Gaur (the world’s largest Oxen), Sloth bear, Wild Boar, Leopard. The avian life consists of the Paradise Fly Catcher, Malabar-Pied Hornbill and the Orange-headed Ground Thrush.

Khajuraho airport is the most convenient with daily flight connections from Delhi, Agra and Varanasi (Distance 210 kms.)

1st November through April. Wildlife viewing by jeep twice a day, bird watching in the surrounding forests, nature walks and informal talks on the Wildlife and history of the area by resident Naturalists.



Nagarhole, a part of Mysore plateau and the elephant range that runs through Western Ghats was established as a Sanctuary in 1954 to cover 571 sq. kms. of rich wildlife habitat, watered by the Kabini river in the North, Nagarhole supports a moist and dry decidous forest with predominantly teak, rosewood and ebony trees.
The wildlife consists of
Elephant, Sambar, Chital, Four-horned Antelope, Slender Loris, Sloth Bear, Tiger, Leopard, Wild Dog and Otter. The birdlife consists of Cormorants,
Grey-headed fishing Eagles, Crested-hawk Eagles, Malabar Tragron, Malabar-pied Hornbill, Malabar whistling Thrush.

Arrive at Bangalore airport and from there proceed by car via Mysore
(Distance 240 kms.). BEST TIME : September to May.



Through one of India’s 16 tiger reserves Periyar is known for large population of elephants. Wild elephants in herds make an unforgetable sight and Periyal is undoubtedly the best place in India to watch them. Other wildlife here consists of lion tailed Macaque, Malabar Squirill, Slot bear. The birdlife consists of Dater Cormorant, Kingfisher, Grey Hornbill, Racket tailed Drango. The reptile life is also interesting viz. Monitor Lizard, Python, King Cobra, Flying Lizard and Flying Snake.

Nearest airport is Madurai (145 Kms.) and Cochin (190 Kms.). Nearest railhead is Kottayam (114 Kms.)

BEST TIME TO VISIT : September to May.


Located on the north-eastern tip of India bordering Burma to the East, Bhutan on the West and China on the North - Arunachal Pradesh is perhaps the last small bit of paradise that has survived on earth. Nestling on the eastern Himalaya, it is watered by five major rivers cascading down from the Himalaya glaciers Evergreen forest covers more than 60 percent of the states entire area.
In order to preserve the tribal cultures and the flora and fauna from visitors, the State Government has put limit on the number of visitors to the region.



This Himalayan region is a tangled mass of mountains drained by the Teesta and Rangeet rivers. Wedged between Nepal, Bhutan and the North Bengal plains, it also borders Tibet. The torrain of the country rises steeply from near sea level to the mighty Kanchanzonga at 8500 meters, forming a giant amphitheatre.


Darjeeling, perched amongst the clouds at 2134 meters still retains its old colonial charm. Sprawling Tea Estates cover the landscapes flowing down the slopes; lovely valleys made greener with magnolias and pines. We also offer you a chance to meet diverse people. We have knowledgeable and cultured host families, naturalists, tea planters, adventure experts and enthusiastic young men and women who love the mountains and the environment, to act as your guide.
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