Three options offer opportunity to see tigers and other wildlife.
Summit Travel is organising three consecutive wildlife trips to India for early 2020.
In Search of Snow Leopards will take travellers to a village of seven houses high in the Himalayas.
The challenging trip will be made more comfortable in a small lodge.
Trip two, Birds of Rajasthan and Gujarat, is aimed at those who enjoy spending time observing and photographing wildlife at a leisurely place.
Habitats range from rivers and coastal marshlands to desert.
Finally, Turbo Tigers will maximise guests’ chances of seeing tigers and other wildlife in three national parks in central India.
The three trips will be escorted by former Summit Travel owner Peter Lambert.
(Top image: Tigers in India's Tadoba National Park. Picture: Peter Lambert)
- An information evening about the trips will be held at Peregrine Travel Centre WA in Subiaco on February 6.
- Phone 9321 1259 to reserve seats or for more information.
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