Up your chances to meet the Royal Bengal Tiger and other denizens of the forest at some of India's best nature reserves by travelling in summer. Yes, the heat can be terrible at times but you can beat it for the greater part of the day by choosing a good place to stay. Delhi-based Pugdundee Safaris operates luxury wildlife lodges at some of the key tiger reserves in central India as well as one in Nepal. What's more, if you book a three-night holiday between May and June by Feb 28, 2017, your third night will be complimentary (stay, food and taxes included), subject to terms and conditions. According to Pugdundee, central Indian national parks have very limited entry into zones, so an early booking will ensure that you avail of park safaris in preferred zones.
Pugdundee runs lodges in two lodges at Bandavgarh National Park, King's Lodge and Treehouse Hideaway. It operates the Kanha Earth Lodge at Kanha National Park, the Ken River Lodge at Panna National Park, the Pench Tree Lodge at Pench National Park and the Denwa Backwater Escape in Satpura National Park. It also operates the Barahi Jungle Lodge at Chitwan National Park in Nepal. All of the lodges can organise forest safaris for you and its large team of naturalists, nature guides, mahouts, boat men, and trackers help you make the most of your visit.
Pugdundee believes the local people hold the future of the forests in their hands and can either help protect or destroy them. To conserve forests, one must look after the needs of local people by helping to improve their ability to earn livelihoods, which in turn will help to enhance their standards of living. Therefore, Pugdundee Safaris is engaged in conservation and community development activities through its Pugdundee Conservation Cell founded in 2010. For more details, call +91 - 8800637711, 9810253436, 124 - 2571404, 2570404; or email firstname.lastname@example.org