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  1. 10% Discount in all overland camping trips from October 2017 to June 2018!! Plan your trip soon and get an advantage of discount If you are looking for small group overland trips/accommodated trips or tailor made trips of your lifetime in India.... Welcome to Overland Expeditions India! Your passion may be big cats, birds, jungle safaris, photography, travelling, camping, angling, adventure sports, culture, history, meeting people.. (Off course the list goes on), or simply relaxing in the serenity of a remote wilderness..... An overland trip through India allows you to experience all of that and much more. With 412 different types of mammals, more than 1300 bird species, 8% of all the world's reptilians it is one of the naturally most diverse countries. Boasting almost 500 wildlife sanctuaries, 100 national parks and 14 biosphere reserves, this country will never let you run out of options. With one of the wonders of the world – The Taj Mahal, towering forts like the Mehrangarh fort, culture rich state of Rajasthan, God's own country – Kerela, foodies paradise of Gujarat, the country really has something to suit every taste. Overlanding with us, we assure that the destinations you will reach are a perfect amalgam of the most famous names like Corbett, Ranthambore and lots of offbeat places like the salty vastness of Rann of Kutch, dunes of the Desert national park, Himalayan high altitude parks, remoteness of Leh-Ladakh and some spots where probably no tourist has ever ventured. This concept till now has mainly been dominated by Africa and South America. After gaining the expertise and the experience in Southern Africa, we have now brought this concept of travelling to India. You must be thinking why you should travel with us, please follow the link to know the reasons - http://overlandingindia.com/why_travel_with_us.php Back to Back overland Camping trips 45 DAYS SOUTH INDIA EXPLORER - http://overlandingindia.com/camping_browse_tours.php?pid=27&tour=45 DAYS SOUTH INDIA EXPLORER 8 Days Central India - Tigers and much more - http://overlandingindia.com/camping_browse_tours.php?pid=28&tour=8 Days Central India - Tigers and much more 11 DAYS WILD WONDERS OF GUJARAT - http://overlandingindia.com/camping_browse_tours.php?pid=29&tour=11 DAYS WILD WONDERS OF GUJARAT 11 DAYS WILD TRIANGLE OF RAJASTHAN - http://overlandingindia.com/camping_browse_tours.php?pid=30&tour=11 DAYS WILD TRIANGLE OF RAJASTHAN 22 Days Big Cats of India - http://overlandingindia.com/camping_browse_tours.php?pid=33&tour=22 Days Big Cats of India (Guranteed depature 20th Dec 2017 , few seats left now) 12 Days Wildlife of Central India - http://overlandingindia.com/camping_browse_tours.php?pid=1&tour= 12 Days Wildlife of Central India 20 Days Delhi to Jabalpur - http://overlandingindia.com/camping_browse_tours.php?pid=2&tour=20 Days Delhi to Jabalpur 27 days Necklace of India Part - 1 - http://overlandingindia.com/camping_browse_tours.php?pid=3&tour=27 days Necklace of India Part - 1 36 days Necklace of India Part - 2 - http://overlandingindia.com/camping_browse_tours.php?pid=5&tour=36 days Necklace of India Part - 2 31 days Jabalpur to Dehradun Explorer - http://overlandingindia.com/camping_browse_tours.php?pid=4&tour=31 days Jabalpur to Dehradun Explorer 61 days Necklace of India - http://overlandingindia.com/camping_browse_tours.php?pid=6&tour=61 days Necklace of India 82 days Trans Himalayan Expedition - http://overlandingindia.com/camping_browse_tours.php?pid=7&tour=82 days Trans Himalayan Expedition (Guranteed depature 20th September 2017 , last 3 seats left now) 4 DAYS JUNGLE BOOK TRIP - PENCH - http://overlandingindia.com/camping_browse_tours.php?pid=25&tour=4 DAYS JUNGLE BOOK TRIP - PENCH 9 DAYS WILDLIFE & HERITAGE - http://overlandingindia.com/camping_browse_tours.php?pid=26&tour=9 DAYS WILDLIFE & HERITAGE NOTE : 1- All these trips are camping trips but on guest demand can be customized as an accommodated trip according to their budget. 2- All trips have an option of hop-on hop-off 3- If you are travelling in group, kindly contact us for group rate. 4- All national parks remain closed from 1st July till 15th October due to monsoon season 5- All trip booking are open now. Contact Us - Overland Expeditions India - Overlanding India +91 8989239471 +91 8959189811 info@overlandingindia.com overlandingindia2016@gmail.com www.overlandingindia.com http://overlandingindia.com/contact_us.php
  2. Leopard - Pench national park Sloth bear - Satpura national park Small pratincole - Bhigwan bird sanctuary 360 degree view point of Agumbe Herd of Asiatic elephant - Periyar tiger reserve Sambar deer - Sillari zone of pench national park, Maharastra Mahaveer female cubs - Kanha national park Cranes - Little rann of kutch Wildass - Wildass sanctuary of little rann of kutch
  3. We have two trip back to back for 2017 and 2018 Check the link of trip itinerary 82 Days trans Himalayan expedition http://overlandingindia.com/camping_browse_tours.php?pid=7&tour=82%20days%20Trans%20Himalayan%20Expedition Places we are covering in this trip - Leh (Trip departs - highest desert city) Turtuk (Remote tribal village) Tso kar (high altitude alpine lake) Jispa (riverside stay) Manali (hill station) Spiti valley (desert mountain valley) Kullu (hill station) Great Himalayan National Park (trek in high altitude national park) Shimla (Hill station) Dehradun (Stopover) Mussoorie (Hill station) Rishikesh (Banks of Ganges – river rafting) Jim Corbett National Park (Tigers, elephants and more) Ghatgarh (Birding, nature trails) Nainital (hill station, birding - Sattal, Pangot) Dudhwa National Park (Elephants, tigers, rhinos, crocs) Bardia National Park – Nepal (Gharial crocs, rhinos, elephants & birds) Lumbini (birth place of Gautam Buddha) Pokhra (place to relax, Tibetan bazaars, Phewa lake) Chitwan National Park – (Elephants, rhinos, tigers) Kathmandu (City tour) Koshi tapu wildlife sanctuary (birding) Siliguri (Stopover & time to relax) Darjeeling (Hill station, tea gardens) Singalila National Park (Drive/trek, chance for red pandas) Gangtok (City tour) Neora Valley National Park (Nature trail/treks for red panda) Jaldapara National Park (Rhinos & elephants) Manas National park (Elephants, rhinos, water buffalo, tigers, capped langur, golden langur) Kaziranga National Park (Grassland ecosystem, tigers, elephants, rhinos, water buffalos) Guwahati (Trip ends) 61 Days necklace of India - http://overlandingindia.com/camping_browse_tours.php?pid=6&tour=61%20days%20Necklace%20of%20India places we are covering in this trip - Delhi (Trip departs) Bharatpur (Migratory birds) Ranthambore (Wildlife reserve + fort) Jaipur (Forts + palaces + monuments + street culture & food) Jodhpur (Forts) Jaisalmer (Desert life + sand dunes + wildlife reserve) Bera (Wildlife reserve for leopards) Little Rann of Kutch (Salt marsh + wildlife reserve) Velavadar (Wildlife reserve) Ahmedabad (City culture + shopping + food) Indore (Night halt) Jabalpur (waterfall + boat cruise + water sports) Bandhavgarh (Wildlife reserve) Kanha (Wildlife reserve) Achanakmar (Wildlife reserve) Satkosia gorge (Wildlife reserve + tribal life) Chilika lake (Lagoon + migratory birds) Bhubaneswar (World heritage site temples) Tajpur (Sea beach) Kolkata (Monuments + museums + street culture & food) Sunderbans (Mangroves + wildlife reserve) Jaldapara (Wildlife reserve) Darjeeling (Hill station) Kalimpong (Hill station) Gangtok (Adventure sports + Trip ends) contact - http://overlandingindia.com/contact_us.php
  4. Bhigwan is a small dusty town on the border of Pune and Solapur district in Central Maharashtra, in India. Bhigwan is famous for birdwatching especially Flamingo and wild life photography. It is also known as mini Bharatpur. It is at one end of the huge Yashwant Sagar reservoir, forming the backwaters of the Ujain dam. One of the main attractions during the migratory season is the arrival of the pink greater flamingos. During the months of early jan – late feb, this place is thronged by bird lovers from all over Maharashtra. Along with flemingo one can see many kinds of Ducks, Herons, Egrets, Raptors, painted storks, barheaded geese, demoiselle cranes and waders etc. And we went Bhigan on our 45 Days south India explorer trip, their is guy named Datta nagare I got done all the booking from him only. He is helpful and very knowledgeable about wildlife. Grey Heron Egrets Grey heron Greater spotted eagle Black headed ibis Pond heron Glossy ibis Small pratincole
  5. Pictures from Satpura National park (When I used to work there as a Naturalist in Reni Pani jungle lodge) Satpura national park is one of best parks of India, it is located in Hoshangabad district of Madhya Pradesh in Central India. It is spread over Satpura Hills on highlands of Central India. Satpura is a Sanskrit word, that means seven mountains (sapta=seven;pura=mountain). Most of the Satpura range was heavily forested, These forest provide habitat to several at risk and endangered species, including the Tiger. It is one the areas of this landscape preserved marvelously for protection of flora and fauna. This park is spread over 1427 sq km and was formed in 1981 after joining Satpura, Pachmari and Bori sanctuaries and the altitude ranges from 300 to 1,352 metres (980 to 4,436 ft). The terrain of the national park is extremely rugged and consists of fascinating deep valleys, sandstone peaks, narrow gorges, rivulets, waterfalls, thick dense green forest of Sal and other medicinal herbs, it also has large tracts of Teak forests. Its fauna comprises Spotted Dear, Indian Bison(Gaur), Tigers, Leopards, Wild boar, Wild dog (locally called Dholes), Sloth bear, Black buck (unique attraction), Porcupine, Sambhar, Four Horned antelopes (Chowsingha), Otters, Crocodile, Malabar squirrels, Langurs etc. Indian Giant squirrel, Sloth bear and White Bison are a special feature of Satpura National Park. It offers good birding opportunity due to its unique terrain and many water bodies including the Tawa reservoir. From November to March it also hosts a variety of migratory birds in the Tawa reservoir and fields around the park. Sloth bear Denwa backwater Asian Paradise flycatcher Common wanderer Crested hawk eagle Indian wilddogs (dhole) Leopard Flock of Oriental White eye View of Inside the park near elephant camp Sloth bear
  6. http://overlandingindia.com/camping_browse_tours.php?pid=13&tour=22%20Days%20Big%20cats%20of%20India Guranteed Depature on 10th Feb 2017 Itinerary of the trip -- Prices from: Rs. 250000/- per person Accommodation: Bush camps (dome tents), budget hostels Max. Participants: 8 No. Of crew: 2 Vehicle type: Adventure maxi-van Duration: Days- 22, Nights- 21 Meals: Breakfast X 21, Lunch X 21, Dinner X 21 Departure: Jabalpur End: Ahmedabad Departure dates- 10th Feb 2017 Highlights of the trip Wildlife safaris in game rich jungles Royal Bengal tiger Indian leopard Asiatic lion India's diverse culture Indian cuisine bush camping Rajasthani & Gujarati hospitality Places to visit - Jabalpur (Trip departs) Pench national park (tigers & leopards) Kanha national park (tigers) Bandhavgarh national park (tigers) Khajuraho (temples – world heritage site) Ranthambore national park (tigers & leopards) Bera (leopards) Gir national park (Asiatic lions) Ahmedabad (Trip ends) Day to day Itinerary of the trip - Day 1: We will pick you up from the airport/railway station in the Central Indian town of Jabalpur. Today there will be a trip meeting at 18:00 hrs. No activities are planned today and tonight's stay will be in a good hostel in this city. Meals – lunch & dinner. Day 2: This morning we will start early and take the drive up to the Pench National park. Accommodation is in dome tents at a bush camp. After reaching and setting up the camp, evening will be at leisure. Meals – breakfast, lunch & dinner Day 3: This morning we will go for the jungle safari and explore this tiger heaven for 4 hours. Post lunch we will take the afternoon safari. Meals- breakfast, lunch & dinner Day 4: After having our breakfast we will drive to our next destination, Kanha National park (approx 157 km). Accommodation will be in dome tents at a bush camp. After setting up the camp, evening will be relaxing at the dry river bed with sundowners. Guided birding is also an optional activity. Meals- breakfast, lunch & dinner Day 5: Kanha has an amazing diversity of both mammals and birds. It surely is one of the most special places to see a wild tiger. Today we will take both morning and afternoon jungle safaris in the park. Meals- breakfast, lunch & dinner Day 6: Continuing our search for the ever elusive tigers, leopards and other animals of Kanha, we will start the day with a morning safari. After a relaxing afternoon and lunch, we will go for the afternoon jungle safari. Meals- breakfast, lunch & dinner Day 7: Moving on to the next tiger country, today we will take the drive up to the Bandhavgarh National park. Bandhavgarh arguably has the highest tiger density in India. Accommodation will be in dome tents at a bush camp. After setting up the camp evening will be at leisure. Meals- breakfast, lunch & dinner Day 8: Both morning and afternoon jungle safaris are planned for this day. We will spend the evening in a wildlife artist's studio learning how to paint tigers and other wildlife. Meals- breakfast, lunch & dinner Day 9: Starting the day early, today we will explore Bandhavgarh again on both morning and afternoon safaris. Meals- breakfast, lunch & dinner Day 10: Taking a break from the jungle & the big cats, today we will drive up to the historical city of Khajuraho. Aptly declared a World Heritage Site, this place will take you back in time. Accommodation will be in a good hostel in the town. In the evening we will go for the sound & the light show about the temples. Meals- breakfast, lunch & dinner Day 11: Today we start very early as we have to cover more than 400km to reach our next destination, Ranthambore. It’s a very special place to see tigers and other predators among the ruins of a 1000 year old fort. Reaching Ranthambore late afternoon, we will do the camp setup and evening will be at leisure. Meals- Brunch & dinner Day 12: Waking up to the calls of the peacocks and deer this day, we will explore the interesting terrain, forest and wildlife of the Ranthambore National park on both morning and afternoon jungle safaris. This park combines the tigers with history. Evening will be very entertaining with the rich Rajasthani folk music. Meals- breakfast, lunch & dinner Day 13: The day again starts with the morning safari looking for tigers. Post lunch we will do the afternoon safari in the park. In the evening we will visit a local wildlife artist's studio. Dinner will be hosted in the traditional Rajasthani way at a home-stay tonight with all sorts of local cuisine. Camel ride is also an option in the evening. Meals- breakfast, lunch & dinner Day 14: Leaving the abundance of Bengal tigers behind, this morning we will drive to our exclusive leopard destination called ‘Bera’. Conserved and maintained by the royalties, it arguably has the best leopard sightings in India. After setting up our camp evening will be at leisure. Meals- Brunch & dinner Day 15: Both morning and afternoon jeep safaris are planned for today looking for a wild leopard. The culture around the little hamlet of Bera is also something to be experienced. Meals- Breakfast, lunch & dinner Day 16: Same as day 15, both morning and afternoon jeep safaris are planned for today looking for a wild leopard. Meals- Breakfast, lunch & dinner Day 17: Finishing up with leopards in Bera, we will drive up to the city of Ahmedabad. A night’s halt is planned here. Meals- Breakfast, lunch & dinner Day 18: Leaving Ahmedabad early in the morning, we will drive up to the savannah country of India, the Gir national park. It’s the only place in world where one can see Asiatic wild lions. Accommodation here will be in a budget hostel. After checking in at a comfortable budget hostel, evening will be at leisure. Meals- Breakfast, lunch & dinner Day 19: The day begins with a morning safari in Gir national park looking for lions. There is a very good possibility of leopards here as well. Post lunch we will take the afternoon jeep safari in Gir. Meals- Breakfast, lunch & dinner Day 20: Same as day 19, both morning and afternoon lion safaris are planned for this day. Meals- Breakfast, lunch & dinner Day 21: Moving towards the end of this trip, today we will drive back to the city of Ahmedabad. Tonight’s accommodation will be in a budget hostel. Meals- Breakfast, lunch & dinner Day 22: Marking an end to our experience in the Central and North Western India with the Big cats of India, we will share our experiences in our post trip meeting for the last time and then depart for the Airport/Railway station. Meals- Breakfast Includes and excludes Meals 3 Meals a day – Breakfast, Lunch, DinnerAccommodation Single sharing dome tents for camping Twin sharing for hotels, hostels and homestays Single sharing for hotels, hostels and homestays (only if extra single supplement charge paid) Includes Fully equipped safari vehicle Camping and cooking equipment National park entries, forts/monuments/heritage building entries, city tours, adventure activities as mentioned in the itinerary All road tolls and vehicle taxes All ground transportation Meals as indicated Services of two crew + 1 local guide (if applicable) Excludes Visas Flights Travel insurance Airport transfers Sleeping bag Sleeping mats Optional activities Drinks, tips Items of a personal nature "For enquiry kindly contact us at info@overlandingindia.com" Thanks
  7. Recently I have finished my 61 days overland trip which we had started from Delhi on 25th of Jan and ended up in Gangtok on 31st March then I headed on to Bhutan for another 15 Days. (contact - info@prayaanindiaoverland.com) On my trip I have been to 1-Bharatpur 2-Ranthambore national park 3-Desert national park 4- Bera 5- Little rann of kutch 5- Gir national park 6-Blackbuck national park 7- Pench national park 8- Barnawapara wildlife sanctuary 9- Satkosia tiger reserve 10- Sundarbans 11- Gorumara national park I was long trip but I really enjoyed a lot. I have seen lots of wildlife Right from small Rat to Giant elephant to ferocious Tiger. I hope you will enjoy my pictures. Darter (Snake bird) - Bharatpur bird sanctuary Ruins of Ranthambore fort Thar desert Wildass from Little rann of kutch Asiatic lions - Gir national park Blackbucks - Blackbuck national park Pench national park Sambar deer with calf Sloth beer - Barnawapara wildlife sanctuary Indian gaur Brown fish own - satkosia tiger reserve Indian giant squirrel welcome to the land of Man-eating Tigers - Sundarban tiger reserve Water monitor lizard - One of the world's largest lizards of the world - Sundarbans tiger reserve Royal bangal tiger from Sundarbans photo credit - saumyajit nandi Gorumara wildlife sanctuary Asiatic elephants in gorumara wildlife sanctuary

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