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Big Cat Safari

India is the second largest biodiversity reserve in the world: national parks and reserves cover nearly 38,600 sq. miles of land, all. Over the country. Hundreds of species of birds, reptiles and mammals are protected there. But the most famous (and most threatened) boarder remains the king of the jungle, made famous by a Rudyard Kipling novel: The Tiger.
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Big Cat Safari
Journey Highlights
  • Game drives in Ranthambore National Park
  • Visit the 10th century Ranthambore Fort
  • Look for leopards in Jawai
  • Visit the 15th century Kumbhalgarh Fort
  • See the intricately carved 15th century Jain temples at Ranakpur
  • Experience the early morning bustle of Mumbai
  • Search for the Asiatic Lion in Gir National Park