Indian Wildlife Tours & Birding Holidays - Enchanted India
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Enchanted India

Haryana, India tel: +919810008726 | nikhil@enchantedindia.com | www.enchantedindia.com

Indian Wildlife Tours

Nikhil Devasar, founder, is an internationally recognised expert on Ornithology and bird photography in India. He has authored 11 Books including Birds of India, Spirit of the Tiger, Birds of the Doon Valley and Bird Atlas of Delhi. Nikhil is also the founder of delhibird (India Bird Network) and organised the first Indian Bird Fair.

In 2000 Nikhil decided that there was a need for a company that specialised in Birding Holidays in India and could customize itineraries for both serious bird watchers and photographers. He formed Enchanted India which have packaged their passion for all things Indian – wildlife, photography, heritage, culture, landscapes, food – and would like to share it with you!

At Enchanted India, they also excel at helping wildlife lovers maximize the chances of watching and photographing bird and cat species in the Indian Sub-continent during an exceptional wildlife holiday. They also engage a panel of internationally recognised experts include some of the best wildlife photographers, conservationists and wildlife biologists in India and offer for the first time a Safari that covers all four of the Great Cats of India.

Indian Birding Tours

If you would like to tick off endemic birds of the Andamans, the elusive Bustards and desert birds of the Kutch, the colourful songbirds of the North-east and Bhutan, Enchanted India almost know which tree they are sitting on or which bush they hide under and have the most experienced guides to accompany you.

Great Cats of India

At Enchanted India, they celebrate the beauty and magnificence of these incredible animals and invite you to join us on a journey of discovery.

Their Great Cat Safaris feature some of the most incredible large cats of the World, and take you on a journey of exploration to wilderness areas where you fulfill your lifetime ambition of seeing these magnificent cat species. Tigers, Lions, Leopards and the Snow Leopard.

Each cat has a different aura and character, each offers a different experience and each lives in completely different environments. The incredible power of the tiger, the stately majesty of the Asiatic Lion, the feline grace of the leopard and the mystique of the Snow Leopard have to be experienced personally to understand what makes these animals inspire the awe that they do.

Nature Photography

If photography is your passion the landscapes of Ladakh, the perfect symmetrical beauty of the Taj, the vibrancy of everyday Indian life will have you shooting every minute. If its adventure and experiences you search join the colourful melee of the Pushkar Animal Fair, river raft in the rapids of the holy Ganges, chant with the evening prayers at Varanasi, dive in the clear blue warm waters of the Andaman sea, find peace and do yoga in the Himalayas….it would take a life time to get to know India!

Nikhil has personally traveled the length and breadth of India and now shares his wealth of experience with wildlife lovers, to give you the perfect Indian wildlife holiday with Enchanted India!

Taj and Tigers Tour

Taj Mahal

 
This classic 10 day trip combines a visit to Ranthambhore in the state of

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Northern India Escapade Tour

North India

 
This 16 day itinerary is a great introduction to Indian birdwatching for the first timer,

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Vibrant Gujarat Tour

Vibrant Gujarat Tour

 
A 12 day trip to Gujarat is a journey into the land of fables, intense spiritualism and some

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South India Birding Tour

South India Birding Tour

 
A 14 day trip to this incredible region is an adventure that dreams are made of for most

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Snow Leopard Tour

Snow Leopard

 
An exclusive 14 day tour for a small group to Ladakh in search for Snow Leopards each year

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Royal Bengal Tiger

Royal Bengal Tiger
 
The Bengal tiger is the largest tiger subspecies, listed as endangered since 2010 though

Great Indian Rhinoceros

Great Indian Rhinoceros
 
Native to the Indian subcontinent and also known as the greater one-horned

Great Indian Bustard

Great Indian Bustard
 
Mainly found in India and adjoining regions of Pakistan, now believed to be only 150 surviving in the wild.

Crab Plover

Crab Plover
 
Up to 1000 of these waders can be seen in the West coast. It’s a winter migrant and resembles a

Snow Leopard

 
The Snow Leopard is considered the most elusive of the great cats of the world. The elusive ghost of the Himalayas.

Ibisbill

Ibisbill
 
Winters on the Kosi river in Corbett Tiger Reserve, It is grey with a white belly, red legs and

Asiatic Lion

Asiatic Lion
 
Now found only in the Gir Forest in the wilderness, and is considered to be one of the

Forest Owlet

Forest Owlet
 
The forest owlet is an owl that is endemic to the forests of central India. This bird is on the

Indian Skimmer

Indian Skimmer
 
The Indian skimmer are mainly found in rivers or estuaries. It is one of the three species that

Leopard

Leopard
 
Mainly nocturnal and avoids the area if a Tiger is around. Similar in appearance to the jaguar, but

In an effort to support snow leopard conservation through the involvement of the community, Enchanted India works exclusively with guides from villages in snow leopard terrain.

This brings first hand local knowledge of the movement of the cats and allows direct benefits to local communities from tourism. By including home stays as a part of the trip, Enchanted India also ensures that stakeholders at every level are benefitted from client visits. Researchers confirm that perceived direct economic benefit from snow leopard related tourism helps villagers tolerate loss of sheep to snow leopard and reduces snow leopard-human conflict and cat mortality rates have dropped considerably over the years.

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