Wildlife tourism is one of the fastest growing sectors of tourism worldwide. It covers a spectrum of opportunities for tourists to interact with non-domesticated animals ranging from captive to naturalistic setting. It can jeopardize the integrity of ecosystems, in general, and wildlife population dynamics and behavior, in particular. We cover the full scope of wildlife tourism, including zoos, wildlife watching, hunting and fishing.


he measures to minimize visitor's impact on wild species and their habitats are discussed from a geographical perspective. Policies and international commitments pertinent to wildlife tourism are also presented.

Kenya safari, Masai Mara safari

Journey of discovery through Kenya that is more than just one wildlife park after another. Discover the contrasting scenery, wildlife environments and cultures of the Masai savanna, Kikuyu Lake areas and the Great Rift Valley.

As well as superb wildlife viewing opportunities we include insights into the way of life and cultures of local communities. This way you get a much more rewarding and richer safari experience and the local people get a more direct share of the benefits that foreign visitors can bring.

Accommodation is in a bush camp (fully supported), permanent tented safari camps (with beds and hot water showers) small bungalows and optional night in local villager's house. The bush camping night on this trip allows us access to wilder areas. We do not generally use the luxury lodges but neither do we compromise on health, safety or reasonable comfort. Lodge accommodation can be arranged for private group departures if required. Equipment is carried by vehicles or local porters, you only carry a day-pack with personal gear. When camping you will not have to participate in camp chores. We buy fresh produce locally and to ensure good standards of hygiene all food is prepared by our own staff. We can cater for special dietary requirements and there are no extra food-kitty payments


India has some of the most diverse ecosystems in the world, ranging from the cold Artic Zone of the Himalayas to the tropical humid forests of Peninsular and North East India. These in turn are home to some of the richest biodiversity in the World.

India is well-known not only for the sheer number of species of wildlife living within its borders but also for its great diversity of reptile, mammal and marine life. According to the Travelling in India, has 90 national parks as well as almost 500 wildlife sanctuaries, where tourists can glimpse exotic animals as part of visits and tours by trained guides. Though the wildlife in India is numerous in its variety, many tourists heading to the country are on the lookout for certain animals in particular. The ferocity and beauty of the tiger, for example, makes it one such standout animals & Birds, while the tourist hordes are also excited to see animals such as Indian elephants, sloth bears, rhinoceroses and Bengal foxes, all of which make India their home.


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