GO Exclusive ToursOdisha, Manas, Spiti, Bandhavgarh, Ranthambore, Tadoba, Kanha, Sunderban, Kaziranga, Jim Corbett, Pench, Sandakphu, Panchalingeswar & Kuldiha
Wildlife | Adventure | Scenic | Photography | Birding | Jungle Safari | Camping | Elephant Riding | Trekking | Snow Adventures
GO EXPLORATION - Traveling length and breath of Mangrove Delta- strictly on demand and in between December 15 - February 5 of every year.
Exploration for an Week.The itinerary will not be changed under any circumstances if not the natural causes. This trip is to visit the entire tourism area in a single trip . Winter months are only suitable to do this and a maximum of 4/5 people habitual in staying at boats can do this extensive journey.
In exploratory trips the participants will visit different areas of Sunderbans that includes Sunderbans Tiger reserve, Divisional forests and parts of Sunderbans National park which are allowed to visit as per Forest Department norms. Burir Dabri, Kumirmari, Sudhanyakhali,Netidhopani,Dobanki, Bonnie and Kalas camp will be explored during the journey.
Apart from tigers Ranthambore has significant population of Leopard, Caracal, Leopard cat, Fishing cat and Jungle cat, Sloth Bear, Striped Hyena, Jackal, Desert fox, Palm civet, common mongoose, crocodile, python. Antlers like Spotted and Sambar deer and antelopes like Chinkara and Nilgai is spotted troughout the park. The park is also famous for Tortoise,Vipers,common krait, king cobra and 300 species of birds can be spotted.
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GroupOuting™ in this briding expedition, covers areas like Eaglenest, Namdapha, manas, kaziranga, orang, pobitora, sepahijola, keibullamjao, Holongapar and gibbon which hosts at least 850 species of birds and hence known as the birder's paradise.
Manas National Park is probably the most scenic and diverse natural treasures of India. Manas is a UNESCO world heritage site. Rhinos, Tigers, black panthers can be spotted here along with a wide variety of birds.
Manas and Royal Manas is heaven for Birdwatchers and Landscape photographers. Lighting conditions specially in winters are fantastic and there is enough opportunity to photograph in back light. This evergreen forest forest at the foothills of Himalayas is a must visit place for Naturalists.
Group Outing™ offers unique birding opportunities throughout India, based on bird’s habitat. Odisha wetland birding expedition covers Mangalajodi, Bhetnai and Satkosia Gorge sanctuary.
GO Exclusive Kuldiha Tour promises wild nature trip full of adventure. From Camping in the Wild, Exclusive Jungle safary and WIld Life Photography, you will do it all at Kuldiha.
Apart from Rhinos and tigers the park is home to fishing cat, and leopard cat. Small mammals include the rarehispid hare, Indian gray mongoose, small Indian mongooses, large Indian civet, small Indian civets, Bengal fox, golden jackal, sloth bear, Chinese pangolin, Indian pangolins, hog badger, Chinese ferret badgers, and particoloured flying squirrel. Among 14 type of Indian primates the park is home to Assamese macaque, capped and golden langur, as well as the only ape found in India, the hoolock gibbon and many more.
GroupOuting's Exclusive Shantiniketan tour adds a unique charm to Tagore's abode of peace. Discover Shantiniketan anew with our special Heritage Tour of Shantiniketan.
Apart from tigers Tadoba hosts Indian leopards, sloth bears, gaur, nilgai, striped hyena, small Indian civet, jungle cats, sambar, spotted deer
Bandhavgarh is known for its tigers. Tigers famously known as Charger and Sita played pivotal role in restoring tiger population in the park. GroupOuting™ conducts regular professional wildlife expeditions at Bandhavgarh.
Apart from tigers Bandhavgarh hosts Leopards, Sloth Bear, Stripped Hyena, Indian Gaur (reintroduced from Kanha), Nilgai, Caracal, Spotted, Barking and Sambar deer, Indian wolfs.
GO GroupOuting™ - India’s premier travel start up, along with various nationally and internationally reputed organizations related to Earth and Nature Studies and outdoor education, has come up with unique skill development courses for school students.
GROUPOUTING™ conducts this difficult yet much coveted Snow Leopard expedition during December to March every year. Ideal for wildlife explorers, photographers and people who dare to challenge the odds of nature.
Neora valley National park situated at a distance of 100 kilometers from the gateway of North East Siliguri and its surroundings are birding paradise. More than 250 birds’ species are recorded here. From Common flycatchers, Swallows, laughing thrushes, 3 or more species of woodpeckers and babblers toGreat Pied Hornbill...
GO EXCLUSIVE conducts regular Red Panda expedition at Singalila National Park. We all know Red Panda is one of most endangered species and in the verge of extinction.
The Corbett National Park is enlisted among the thirteen protected areas sheltered by World Wildlife Fund under their Terai Arc Landscape Programme, which intends to protect major species like the Asian elephant, the tiger and the one-horned rhinoceros. It‘s done by furbishing up the forest corridors to connect 13 protected areas of India and Nepal to facilitate the migration of wildlife.
Rajasthan, or ‘Land of the Kings’, is India’s largest state by area. It is in the north-west side of the country, comprising of the Thar Desert.
Kerala is a perfect destination for relaxation, culture and nature with its gentle houseboat cruises along tropical backwaters and swaying elephant rides.
GroupOuting™, India’s premier travel start up, focuses on field wildlife photography and workshops for budding shutterbugs. The company shares unique course material with the Photography schools to nurture their students talent.
Join the GO Exclusive Sandakphu-Phalut Trek for all ages, a perfect opportunity to trek, camp and photograph Mt. Everest from close quarters.
Most of the people visit this park for Wildlife viewing and safari into the park. Tickets are high on demand and it is always advisable to book them well advance. Another option is to go for current quota, where a limited ticket is served just before the games drive and are subject to availability from the ticket at Khatia entry gate.
Tiger, Sloth Bear (in hot summer months), Sambar and spotted deer are commonly observed along with varieties of bird species are commonly spotted. The park has sizeable leopard populations which are rare to catch. Pench along with Rukhad and its extension part at Nearby Gondia district of Maharastra