Rajasthan is the India of hot, dry plains. Dominated by desert and scrub, but punctuated by an ancient range and secluded jungles
Central India has been at the confluence of innumerable influences, both borrowed and homegrown. On the latter front, a huge number of indigenous tribes exist here.
This journey showcases the sheer diversity found in India, we see multiple habitat types and communities with vastly different cultures within a single state – Gujarat.
Our journey traverses the Western Ghats, from its drier eastern slopes, climbing to the moist rainforests of the western slopes and finally ending at the high montane shola forests near the peaks.
Central India – the heart of the country, and the subcontinent as a whole – is quite definitely one of the best places to start one’s explorations of the Indian jungles.
A journey that takes us deep inside Western India, an area known for its spectacular landscapes. The two states Gujarat and Rajasthan are dominated by the Thar Desert along with enchanting dry deciduous forests.
Ladakh, the land of high passes, is a region in the northernmost stretches of India with blurred boundaries of culture and traditions between neighbouring countries like Tibet and China.
The Assam river is a romantic symbol of the state, its people, and their history. River Brahmaputra’s river islands are fed by grasslands and rice paddy fields.
A jewel in the crown of India, Ladakh not just amazes with its landscape and people, but also hides unique wildlife.