Tiger
THE ROYAL TIGER - Encounter the Endangered Bengal Tiger

To begin to understand the multiplicity of mysteries of India, one first must see Delhi - the capital of ancient kigndoms, empires and now, a sprawling metropolis.  After steeping ourselves in some of the greatest architectural and cultural wonders of the world, we delve deep into one of the most abundant bio-diverse areas on earth in search of the majestic and threatened Bengal tiger. Traveling within an area where the most diverse life forms on earth thrive, we will experience nature as few do.


One of the best wildlife viewing opportunities in the world.
Hunted heavily for sport and their regal striped skins, the Bengal tiger population has declined sharply in the last fifty years and only a few thousand remain. Our guides and lecturers are among the leading scientists and conservationists in the world and their knowledge of Bengal tigers is one of the expedition's biggest highlights. Their important work and the funding from this expedition are integral to saving one of the most magnificent animals ever to walk the earth. All of which adds up to a once in a lifetime wildlife expedition and one of the best wildlife viewing opportunities in the world.

By special arrangement, renowned tiger expert and wildlife filmmaker, Stephen Mills, will be leading the trip.

 

SAFARIS WITH A HIGHER PURPOSE
The spirits of adventure and altruism merge in our series of unique wildlife safaris in Africa and India. These trips give back to nature and the environment while giving you a safari experience that is educational, enriching and informative. Your participation will directly support the animals you see and the environment you traverse. Responsible travel can be difficult to achieve. Our trips are built to succeed, with 100% of post-tax profits benefiting the conservation of endangered species.
This trip will benefit: Tiger Trust

     

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Trip Dates & Cost DATES
Feb 27-Mar 11, 2006

COST

$4,600

(13 to 16 people)
$4,900

(11 to 12 people)

$5,100

(9 to 10 people)

$5,500

(5 to 8 people)

Includes domestic flights, local transport, accommodations (double occupancy), meals, game viewing and sightseeing excursions,trip leader and tiger specialist, local guides and a donation to save the Bengal Tiger.  Excludes international airfare to Delhi.


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Founded to help conservation efforts worldwide, Endangered Encounters is committed to the preservation of wildlife and the environment, furthering conservation efforts and promoting travel philanthropy.
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