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Wildlife Sanctuary Tour

local travel agency in India

A customised Tour, filled with exciting adventures and striking contrasts. Explore Gujarat with its wildlife parks designed to the protected wildlife, along with its many ethnicity and breathtaking architecture.



Day 1: Delhi

Discover Delhi, which consists of two separate cities: the Old and New. Visit the Humayun's tomb, built in beautiful gardens by a Persian architect in the sixteenth century. You will pass the Qutub Minar, the highest monument of India, to the India Gate. Then visit of Old Delhi, the most vibrant part of the city. Discovery of the Red Fort which is named after the red sandstone that was used to raise the fortress and palace of Emperor Shahjahan. Visit the Jama Masjid Mosque, one of the largest in India and the "Raj Ghat" the cremation of Mahatma Gandhi.


Day 2: Gir National Park

Transfer to airport and flight to Diu and visit the caves of Naida. Drive to the national park and camp facility. You take First safari in the afternoon.


Day 3: Gir National Park

The Gir National Park was created to be the ultimate refuge of the Asiatic lion. There are about 300 Lions in the park. It is still rare to spot them, but your visit to Gir is also an opportunity to find deer, antelope deer, and parrots. The lucky may be able to see hyenas, panthers or bears. 


Day 4: Palitana 

 Departure to your next destination, Palitana, which is the most important place of Jain pilgrimage.


Day 5: Palitana 

 Early morning ascent of the hill Shatrunjaya, where 863 temples are situated at the top of the hill (about 2 hours of walking to climb the 3500 steps or hire a sedan chair, to be paid locally). You enjoy the site and the beautiful temple of Adinath and Chaumukh .


Day 6: Dasada

Departure to Dasada and a jeep ride to discover the unusual landscapes of the region , it consists of  Rabari populations ( nomads) and Banjara ( sedentary ) tribes, also discover its varied fauna featuring gudkhur , famous wild donkeys specific to this region , antelopes, gazelles, hyenas or jackals , gray herons or cranes.


Day 7: Dasada

Day devoted to visit the villages of pastors vadiara , Sindhi or samra , tribes of camel Rabari , famous for their embroidery and silk weaving , and salt suppliers.


Day 8: Poshina 

 Departure for Poshina, where you stay in a small boutique hotel. On the way stop at Madera, which is one of the few temples dedicated to the ancient sun god ‘Surya’. The temple and its beautiful portico is facing a basin whose stands are home to many sanctuaries. Late afternoon, a visit to Poshina market, surrounded by many local villages. You can engage in endless negotiations with the shops of blacksmiths and admire the pottery workshops where the terracotta horses are the hallmark of the city. You can also visit a Shiva temple of the fourteenth century. 


Day 9: Poshina 

 Day dedicated to sightseeing in the area, populated by Garasia and Bhil tribes. In the afternoon, discover the villages of Garasia , west of Poshina . The family houses are large with subtle architecture and the clothes are very colourful. You also go to the hamlets of Rabari tribes. The arms of women are adorned with bangles to the elbow. Later, excursion to the great Vaishnava temple of Shamlaji .


Day 10 : Bera                                                                                                             

 Departure for an adventure in the heart of the desert, in to habitat of the wild leopard at Jawai Leopard Camp, Bera. After a warm welcome and settling in the camp go for a safari ride in the late afternoon to see leopards. Stay overnight in tent with full board accommodation.


Day 11 : Bera                                                                                                             


Spend the day in the heart of rural Rajasthan visiting a Bishnoi village and getting a glimpse of the culture and traditions of the people who are recognized as the first environmentalists . Visit a Dhurrie, cotton carpet manufacturer whose products are popular worldwide. The afternoon is free for leisure.


Day 12 : Udaipur 

Drive to the most romantic city of Rajasthan. Founded in 1568 by Maharana Udai Singh, it remains one of the richest cities in all Indian treasures. Surrounded by hills, which are reflected in three small lakes, the largest is the Pichola.


Day 13 : Udaipur

 Visit the most romantic city of Rajasthan, its City Palace, the royal palace of Udaipur, the Saheliyonki Bari, the garden of the bridesmaids, the Jagdish temple, dedicated to Lord Vishnu. Boat ride on Lake Pichola with a possibility visit the Palace and the commercial lanes.


Day 14: Udaipur- Delhi / Mumbai

 Depending on the time of your flight, back to Delhi / Mumbai, transfer to the airport and end of our services. 


Accommodations: Two categories of hotels are available: Palaces and Forts or Heritage Hotels.


Price on request 


Included in the price:

Reception and assistance at the airport,

Transfers / Inland transport by private car (Toyota Innova with AC or Indigo with AC)

Accommodation in hotels Forts & Palace or Heritage in double room with AC and breakfasts, hotels mentioned except by full board.

Hotel taxes and services,

The insurance


Not included:

Other meals and drinks,

Visits and excursions being all optional,

Usual tips to guides and drivers,

Personal expenses.

Domestic flights