VIDEO: Welcome To The WILD Side Of India!

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Did you know?

– Tigers are the largest wildcats in the world & unlike other cats, they LOVE water.

– The Pench National Park inspired the orginal setting in Rudyard Kipling’s famous work, ‘The Jungle Book’.

– The Lion: The King Of The Jungle, does not live in a jungle, but cherish a life lived in grasslands & plains.

– Also, did you know that Asiatic lions were globetrotters? They once lived in Europe, Africa, the Middle East, North America, and Northern India, but now the last pride of Asiatic lions surviving in the wild can only be found at the Gir forest in Gujarat, India.

Asiatic lion cubs resting blissfuly in the sunny grasslands of The Gir National Park.

Asiatic lion cubs resting blissfuly in the sunny grasslands of The Gir National Park.

The Deccan Odyssey is all set to take you on a bewitching journey into the jungles of Tadoba, Pench and Sasan Gir. Apart from tigers and lions, there are several other animals, birds, reptiles and fish which can be spotted at these wildlife sanctuaries. Even the thick, dense forests are a sight to behold. The forests of the Pench National Park have enchanted many and has also inspired the storyline of ‘The Jungle Book’.

Embark on a wildlife safari through these beautiful forest reserves; the memories that you take home at the end of it all is sure to leave you, speechless. Myriads of resident and migratory birds fill the skies and their sweet twittering is just the begining of the magic that lies in these woods.

Take a look at this video to know what you can expect on your journey with The Deccan Odyssey:

Join us on The Deccan Odyssey, an elite journey that introduces you to the wild side of India. Here’s your cue to rekindle a bond with these noble beasts.

Come, let’s go on a wild adventure!

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Why Deccan Odyssey?

Let yourself be pampered as you travel in absolute journey through some of the best holiday destinations in the country.

Journeys That include Wildlife:

Maharashtra Wild Trail: Mumbai to Mumbai

Destinations covered: Mumbai, Aurangabad, Ramtek-Pench, Tadoba, Ajanta Caves, Nashik, Mumbai

Hidden Treasures of Gujarat: Mumbai to Mumbai

Destinations covered: Mumbai, Vadodara, Palitana, Sasan Gir, Little Rann of Kutch, Modhera, Patan, Nashik, Mumbai

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