THE FASCINATING NATIONAL PARKS & WATERWAYS OF SOUTHERN INDIA
Tailor Made Sample Itinerary No.1
A southern India wildlife tour of great variety, diverse natural history and stunning scenery, this tour includes many significant national parks and reserves, as well as houseboat cruising in Kerala’s waterways and the charms of Cochin with its many attractions. Perfect for wildlife enthusiasts who enjoy taking their time travelling through, rather than flying over, varied tropical landscapes, taking in all the exotic sights and sounds along the way.
Trip Tip: Extend with time by the beach in Kerala or on Bangaram Island in Lakshadweep.
From £4205 per person sharing double/twin rooms and including international flights.
Please contact us for a definitive quote based on your requirements.
NB: Prices are based on flights with Emirates Airlines
THE MEANING OF TAILOR MADE
Our tailor-made tours offer full date flexibility and freedom of choice regarding locations and content (subject to logistics and availability). The above itinerary is a good example of what is possible but can be altered and/or extended to suit your individual preferences. Please contact us by email or telephone to discuss your requirements and one of our friendly and expert travel consultants will be pleased to design your perfect itinerary.
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Thank you for arranging such a thoroughly enjoyable trip, which went so smoothly. We hope to return to India again before too long.
Mr & Mrs J C, Middlesex.