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DESTINATIONS WILDLIFE | ESCORTED TOURS 3 spot tigers in india


If clients have long dreamed of glimpsing a tiger roaming the Indian savannah, suggest this 13-day trip from Explore, which takes guests from Delhi to Mumbai via four of the country’s most impressive wildlife spots. They include Pench Tiger Reserve, the original inspiration for The Jungle Book; Satpura National Park, where boats take visitors out in search of crocodiles; and Tadoba Andhari, a rarely visited spot where tigers, leopards and honey badgers roam among


the serene, bamboo-forested hills. Book it: Explore’s Indian Wildlife Adventure costs from £2,630 including some meals (flights extra). explore.co.uk


go gorilla trekking in uganda


When it comes to once-in-a-lifetime experiences, almost any country in Africa could pull it out of the bag – but Exodus Travels’15-day tour brings together two of the continent’s most spectacular experiences. Guests spend two days in Kenya’s Masai Mara, spotting lions, hyenas, cheetahs, zebras and gazelles, before moving on to Lake Nakuru National Park, known for its population of black and white rhinos. From there, it’s on to Uganda for chimpanzee tracking in Budongo, gorilla spotting at Bwindi Impenetrable Forest and game drives in Queen Elizabeth National Park, where lions, leopards, buffalos, elephants and one of the world’s largest hippo populations reside among leafy rainforests and volcanic


crater lakes. Book it: Exodus Travels’ Gorillas & The Masai Mara starts at £3,599, including all meals (flights extra). exodus.co.uk


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peek at polar bears in canada


Glimpsing a polar bear skulking through the Arctic tundra has to be up there with some of the most exhilarating wildlife experiences of all time, and a new Trafalgar tour, Polar Bears in Manitoba, offers guests the chance to do just that. The six-day trip combines a visit to the small, remote town of Churchill – where about 1,000 of the animals migrate every autumn, putting the human-to- bear ratio at around 1:1 – with a two-night stay in the wilderness, where guests head out in a Tundra Buggy to find polar bears, Arctic foxes and other subarctic wildlife, ride a dog sled through the forest and hear from a polar


bear expert to learn about these elusive creatures. Book it: From £4,902, including most meals, experiences and private airport transfers. trafalgar.com


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PICTURES: Shutterstock; Andrea Edelman; Walking with Bears


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