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 India, is a vast and splendid land of divergent cultures and cuisines – or, as Paul William Roberts would say, to the “empire of the soul.” We’ll steer you through a spectacular labyrinth of sights and mysteries to bring out the wonders of this sub-continent: battlements of Rajasthan's opulent palaces, the Taj Mahal and Varanasi on the Ganges...

 India, is a vast and splendid land of divergent cultures and cuisines – or, as Paul William Roberts would say, to the “empire of the soul.” We’ll steer you through a spectacular labyrinth of sights and mysteries to bring out the wonders of this sub-continent: battlements of Rajasthan's opulent palaces, the Taj Mahal and Varanasi on the Ganges River in the north; wild jungles and tiger habitats of central India; and tropical Malabar backwaters and plantations of the Spice Hills in the south. You’ll be enveloped by the warmth and hospitality of India’s people: in the old city of Jodphur where you’re invited to the private home of the Sankahla family for lunch; in Bandhavharh and Kanha National parks when the local guides and conservationist detail passionately their struggle to bring tigers back from the brink of extinction; and in the rural villages of Rajasthan when we dine with royal family descendants who tell us about daily Indian life.

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India Guest Review: "Wildland does India right"

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The Younkers are long-time Wildland alumni and just completed their 3rd trip to India with us. This time they wanted to experience the Hornbill Festival in Nagaland and the wildlife of West Bengal. They had a fascinating trip and shared their highlights with us upon return. "As you know, travel in India has many wonderful attributes: terrific ...
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Tigerland | Two Activists' Fight to Save Tigers

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Anyone interested in tigers, seeing them in the wild, protecting them, and learning about their struggle to survive and live among humans, are well-advised to watch the new National Geographic documentary 'Tigerland' now available for viewing on The Discovery Channel. And, anyone who has been on a Wildland Adventures safari to see tigers in In...
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India Guest Review: "A photographers paradise."

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Paul and his wife joined our special Founder's Journey to India, "Diving Into Immortality" in February 2019, a trip that can only be repeated every 3, 6 or 12 years depending on the alignment of the planets when sadhus, saints, and mystics gather for the Kumbh Mela spiritual festival. It is the largest gathering of humanity on the planet. ...
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10 New Trips to Spark the Awe Inside You

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1. Trekking the Julian Alps: Hut to Hut   Hike hut-to-hut through the rugged peaks and wildflower-studded alpine meadows of Triglav National Park in a remote corner of Slovenia's spectacular Julian Alps. Jutting 9,000' into the sky and plunging to the warm Adriatic coast, footpaths wend their way through jaw-dropping scenery among turquoise bl...
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Tigers in India | A Closer Look #012

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Over the past decade that we've been operating safaris and supporting conservation in India's tiger parks and reserves, the population of Royal Bengal tigers has increased throughout India and chances of seeing them are better than ever. Although there's never a guarantee you will find them, there are several things you should know that will increa...
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