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Amazingly each of us have been running or planning wilderness travel for more than 20 years, so we know that these sorts of journeys are worth doing properly. We also know that when they are, they can amount to more than a great holiday; they can be life-changing. Here's the bit where you can see what we all look like...

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Best time to visit Tanzania? Where to go on holiday with your family? What's a walking safari like? This is where you'll find answers to your questions and articles about stuff we think you'll find useful in planning a holiday that ticks all the boxes.

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What's Happening In The World Of Natural High

1/4 Kaziranga's grasslands provide excellent grazing for rhinos
Kaziranga's grasslands provide excellent grazing for rhinos

When is the best time to visit Kaziranga National Park?

Kaziranga is open to visitors from November to the end of April. Controlled fires burn the tall grasses in mid-winter which makes it easier to spot wildlife from December.  Huge numbers of migratory birds descend on the park lakes and marshlands during the winter months including Greylag and Bar-Headed Geese, Ruddy Shelduck, Gadwall, Falcated Duck, Red-Crested Pochard and the Northern Shoveller. Daytime temperature reaches...

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When to visit the Namib Desert

The only times you might want to avoid the Namib are between December and February when temperatures can climb to over 50 degrees.  Between February and April, you may well see the desert in its summer garb of green grass and wild flowers, pans of water reflecting the highest sand-dunes in the world.  The rest of the year is all rich red dunes, warm...

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3/4 A Sikkimese lady - one of the many different Himalayan peoples of the area
A Sikkimese lady - one of the many different Himalayan peoples of the area

Darjeeling and Sikkim itinerary suggestion

Each of our journeys in India is tailor-made to suit your own interests, preferred style of accommodation, pace of travel and budget. Using a private car and driver, the following is a suggestion of a trip discovering the local culture and natural environment of the eastern foothills of the Indian Himalaya. You will probably arrive in Delhi or Calcutta and both cities deserve a couple...

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4/4 Curious wild dog in the Delta
Curious wild dog in the Delta

What can I do on safari?

The short answer is probably "a whole lot more than you thought". But when you start to plan your safari, rather than focusing on specifics - whether you're after a walking safari, a boat safari or a driving safari for example - we feel it's important that you get a feeling for the breadth of activities that are on offer. If you like...

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