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Number of Reviews: 51 Overall score: *****
Tiger crossing the path, India
Review posted by Jackie Downey
***** Written

Tiger, Tiger

Visiting 3 of India's National Parks should enhance your chances of finding this majestic predator. However you should also enjoy the rest of what the parks have to offer as well - amazing wildlife and, at this time of the year, scenery to embrace and enjoy.
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Tiger crossing the path, India
Review posted by Joanne Joanne
***** Written

Land of the Tigers

This trip was everything the trip notes described and more. It gave exciting wildlife encounters; an introduction to the culture of the country and visits to iconic sites such as the Taj Mahal, Agra Fort and Dehli city sights. It was action packed from start to finish and not for those who like a leisurely rise in the morning and lounge around the pool. Days started at 5.00am for the game drives and there were some long and rough journeys, but they only added to the adventure. If cities are not your thing, the time in Agra and Delhi were more than enough and an assault of colour smell and noise on the senses, contrasted with the beauty and peace of the game reserves.
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Tiger crossing the path, India
Review posted by ANTHONY ANTHONY
***** Written

LAND OF THE TIGER

WE HAD A MOST WONDERFULL TRIP AND SAW 7 TIGERS SOME AT DISTANCE AND TWO AT WATERHOLES WE HAVE GREAT PICTURES OF THEM FOR OUR FUTURE REFERENCE AND TO REMIND US OF JUST HOW WONDERFULL THE TIGERS ARE.SADLY WE WERE NOT PLEASED ON ONE OF THESE SIGHTINGS THERE WERE 17 JEEPS ALL TRYING TO PUSH AND SHOVE TO GET BEST PICTURE. THIS HAS TO HAVE AN AFFECT ON THE TIGERS SURELY THERE SHOULD BE BETTER POLICING OF THE JEEPS AS WE WERE TOLD ONLY 5 AT A TIME .CAN UNDERSTAND WANTING TO GET GOOD PICTURES BUT NOT AS TO AFFECT THE TIGERS.
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Tiger crossing the path, India
Review posted by Gérard Robert
***** Written

Land of tiger

This pass march trip in India with Exodus wa our second trip in 6 months in India to see the tigers. And it was magical, and both time our guides where doing every thing ine their control to give us a experience we will remind for ever
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Tiger crossing the path, India
Review posted by Jane Raven
***** Written

Land of the Tiger

We loved the entire trip. It took us to three very different National Parks, all of which were fascinating and the scenery was surprisingly different. India is so full of colour and noise that even the long drives between parks were interesting, allowing us a glimpse of rural life in India. The hotels (lodges) were quite varied. Our favourite was the last, at Bandhavsgar. The gardens were beautiful and I managed to photograph what is, apparently, a rare bird, from our balcony. The birds were superb, colourful and noisy. And then, there's the Tigers!!
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Tiger crossing the path, India
Review posted by Ross Pezzack
***** Written

Not many tigers

Limited sightings of tigers on our trip, the occasional ear in tall grass but over trip one great encounter early one morning only disturbed by multiple trucks running into each other and guides yelling at each other. One other fair sighting from a distance but we had to leave because of closing time. This is not anyone's fault, but with vehicles limited to roadways, no elephant safaris just be prepared for few tigers.
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Exodus Response

Tiger sightings throughout last season were generally very good so we are sorry to hear that Ross didn't see as many tigers as we would have hoped or expected. A local guide is obligatory within the National Parks and Exodus is compelled to follow the rules and regulations of the parks we visit, however we regret that Ross found the guides to be disappointing. We are sorry that there was some disturbance on the train on this occasion; this is not normal and most clients find the opportunity to take an overnight train to be an interesting and rewarding experience.

Katherine Tory - Product Manager for India
Tiger crossing the path, India
Review posted by Rosemary Swinney
***** Written

Jane Swinney

Fantastic holiday with amazing wildlife including tigers in all the parks we visited. Would highly recommend this holiday with good accomodation and fab food.
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Tiger crossing the path, India
Review posted by Sharon Kimber
***** Written

Land of The Tiger

Does exactly what it says on the tin!! This IS the land of the tiger. Don't expect to see then on every game drive but you should see them- I counted 11 different tigers, some in the distance and some VERY close. Absolutely awesome. Seeing the Taj Mahal- wow.
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Tiger crossing the path, India
***** Written

LAND OF THE TIGER

This is a packed itinerary, but very well organised as usual with Exodus. Everything went according to plan with no hiccups. There are a lot of long drives between parks, but it gives you plenty of time to take in the amazing countryside. I love these long drives as there is always something to see.
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Tiger crossing the path, India
***** Written

LAND OF THE TIGER

This trip was fantastic, it was organised well, the accomodation exceeded my expectations and it helped me accomplish my lifetime dream of seeing Tigers in the wild. I went with high hopes but a strong realisation that Tigers are wild animals and to prepare myself for not seeing them but enjoying the trip as a whole, luckily for me i saw 9 different Tigers and enjoyed the trip so much I will be doing the same one again with some of my family in a few years. I went as a single traveller and although the majority of travellers on my trip were in couples there were plenty of other single travellers and everybody gelled well together and mixed all the time. No being a gooseberry!
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