The western state of Gujarat has now emerged deservedly as a single destination for wildlife and birds. Its long coastline bordering the Arabian Sea, vast desert and semi desert habitat, seasonal wetlands and its position along the Central Asian-Indian Flyway give Gujarat distinctiveness and diversity.
The Asiatic Lion, Indian Wild Ass and Grey Hypocolius and prominent endemics. Multitudes of flamingo, pelicans, cranes shorebirds and waterfowl delight the eye along with several specialties such as raptors and woodland birds that take the species count in excess of 600. Late autumn and spring are particularly excellent for passage migrants.
Travel within Gujarat is enhanced by a well-developed network quality highways and roads and point to point drives are usually enlivened by numerous wetlands filled with waterfowl and waders. Access to wildlife viewing and bird-watching sites is quite easy. Gujarat’s mild winters provide ideal conditions for wildlife viewing and bird-watching.
A nature quest through Gujarat is quite unlike anywhere else in the Indian Subcontinent.
Season: November – February
This tour is accompanied throughout by an expert naturalist-guide.