Cirencester, United Kingdom, September 16, 2007 --(PR.com
)-- Discovery Initiatives (http://www.discoveryinitiatives.co.uk) has announced a late availability offer for a tiger study tour in India.
The tiger study tour to India commences on November 18th 2007. There are just a few places left on this tour and Discovery Initiatives are offering up to £500 off the trip.
Focusing on two well known Tiger reserves, Bandavgarh and then Panna, the trip aims to get visitors involved in a small way in an ongoing wildlife research programme.
Based out of comfortable lodges in Bandavgarh and Panna Tiger Reserve visitors will have the opportunity to spend days and even the odd night searching for Tigers and other wildlife. As they track tigers visitors will be able to enjoy guided walks with park rangers, carry out an animal and pug mark census, meet local villagers, spend a day with the park elephant team, spend a night on a tree hideout, and meet experts behind the research projects in the Park, whilst also enjoying all that the park has to offer. This includes over 200 species of birds, a number of other cat species such as leopard and jungle cat, wolves, wild dogs, sloth bears and numerous species of deer and antelope.
Further details can be found at: http://www.discoveryinitiatives.co.uk/discover/trip/India/Tiger_study_tours
For further information about this or any other tours that Discovery Initiatives can organise, please contact Discovery Initiatives on 01285 643 333 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
About Discovery Initiatives
Discovery Initiatives provides inspirational small group and tailor made journeys, which combine the highest standard of service, accommodation and expertise to the best wilderness regions in the world, in support of some of the world’s leading wildlife and conservation institutions and organisations.
Conservation, ethical and responsible travel is at the heart of everything the company does. Expeditionary journeys are often led by world renowned experts and the company has raised over £750,000 in support of conservation in the last 10 years.
For further information, please contact:
Tel: 01285 643 333