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Join us for an advance screening of The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel Come travel to India with us for the night at an pre-screening of the soon-to-be-released new movie, The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel. Tuesday, March 3, 7 PM AMC Lowes Oak Tree Cinema, 10006 Aurora Ave N, Seattle, WA 98133.  If you've been to India, or you need a little inspiration go, come join in the laughs and gallantry of beautiful images, Bollywood music and dance, a big Indian wedding, and all the fun, frivolity and unexpected twists and turns in this movie that is what travel in India is all about!  Come early and come hungry to get your seats and then join us for a bite at the NaanSense Indian Food Truck parked outside the theatre from 5:30-7. Let us know you are coming and we'll meet you at the truck between 6:00-6:30 handing out $5 NaanSense gift cards to all Wildland guests.   Obtain your free movie...

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The Most Romantic Places to Stay What's a romantic vacation without the perfect place to stay? Romantic travel isn't just about traveling with your love, it's about turning an ordinary adventure into a magical experience the two of you will cherish forever. Having the right accommodations can make all the difference on a romantic getaway, that's why our travel specialist have chosen a few of their favorite romantic places to stay. Our romantic travel gurus have intimate knowledge of our destinations and are passionate about designing your next adventure the way you envision it any time of the year! The Most Romantic Places to Stay: Hacienda Rumiloma In the Andean foothills, just above Quito, Hacienda Rumiloma is a calm oasis while still near the city, set amidst green hills, with tame llamas & horses roaming around. The huge cabins have fireplaces (or wood-burning stoves), great views of surrounding hills or the city down below, rough-hewn heavy...
March 28 Travel Seminar: Tigers And Palaces of India March 28 @ 10:00 AM - The Savvy Traveler (Edmonds, WA) will be hosting a travel seminar on the Tigers and Palaces of India presented by Wildland Adventures President Kurt Kutay.  More about the event: To quote Paul William Roberts, India is the "Empire of the Soul.” Wildland Adventures’ Director, Kurt Kutay, has traveled extensively throughout India and will share his experiences searching for the elusive Bengal tiger, on the Ganges in Varanasi, exploring Rajasthan, and on to the soaring temples, tropical Malabar backwaters and plantations of the Spice Hills in the south. The program features segments of an action-packed documentary movie produced by an Indian filmmaker of Wildland's Tigers and Travels adventure to the tiger parks in Madhya Pradesh (including exceptional footage of tigers), the deserts, villages, historic cities and majestic forts and opulent palaces of Rajasthan, the Taj Mahal, the spiritual city of Varanasi. Kurt will share his personal...
India Tourist Visa Enabled with Online Advance Application The once time consuming and complicated India visa process has been scrapped!! Whereas, until now, you had to send your passport to a visa service processor, U.S. citizens, and others, can simply apply for an Indian visa within 30 days of departure.    The advance online visa application will facilitate nationals of 43 countries to travel to India for tourism for a maximum stay of 30 days. The countries are USA and Australia, Brazil, Cambodia, Cook Islands, Djibouti, Federated States of Micronesia, Fiji, Finland, Germany, Indonesia, Israel, Japan, Jordan, Kenya, Kingdom of Tongo, Laos, Luxembourg, Mauritius, Mexico, Myanmar, New Zealand, Niue, Norway, Oman, Palestine, Papua & New Guinea, Philippines, Republic of Kiribati, Republic of Korea (i.e. South Korea), Republic of Marshall Islands, Republic of Nauru, Republic of Palau, Russia, Samoa, Singapore, Solomon Islands, Thailand, Tuvalu, UAE, Ukraine, and Vanuatu.     You now apply for an Indian Visa from you...

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Our Extended Wildland Family in India How do you connect with 1.2 billion people? In India, our local connections all started with Amit and Jessika Sankahla years ago, now a new family with their little daughter Siyana. Meet the Sankahla family in Kurt's previous blog. They have introduced us to their extended family, friends and so many acquaintances in local communities throughout India. Amit’s grandfather was a leading tiger conservationist in the 1950s whose work was supported by Indira Gandhi. Today, Amit follows in his father’s path taking Wildland travelers to his jungle ecolodges on our Tigers and Travels in India where we have seen many tigers accompanied by some of the region’s most exceptional naturalist guides and in local trackers. At Khana Jungle Lodge, we are welcomed by Dimple and Tarun, Amit’s cousins who have been running the lodge for 20 years and host us like family. In between the morning and afternoon tiger safaris Dimple gives cooking lessons and...
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