Groups 2013 - availability update
Our Namibia group tour is completely booked out, but we still have a few spaces on the Jul-Aug tour to Kenya, Tanzania and Zimbabwe. Contact us quickly if you are interested.
A little secret
Just an hour south of the Taj Mahal at Agra is the town of Dholpur. Few people visit here, but they are missing wonderful experience .... staying at the Hotel Raj Niwas Palace. First class accommodation, wonderful meals and a local town that has such rich history and monuments that it is a destination in its own right. A great alternative to Agra hotels.
Wildlife in India
While the government and judiciary go through struggles which are limiting tourism in Wildlife Parks throughout India, there are gems yet to be discovered. Little tourist pressure and great sightings are still to be found. I have just had the chance to visit Tadoba Park - and this location is one that we will be recommending to clients from now on ..... Tigers !!! , yes .... during my stay in the last few days virtually everyone saw tigers every day .... Tadoba ... a yet to be discovered gem in the Indian
Having just visited Hyderabad for the first time ever, I was amazed at the rich history and amazingly well preserved monuments that abound in this city. Not many foreign tourists visit here, but they should allow at least two days stay, and they will find
It's getting harder and harder to find rhino in the wild as poaching is definitely on the increase. It seems that over 600 rhino were poached in South Africa in 2012 - a staggering increase over the previous year.
In India, Kaziranga National Park has lost 5 rhino in the month of January (2013).
While it is still possible to see truly wild rhino, the options of where to go are slimming and so are the numbers of these remarkable animals.
Dennis Jones writes.......