Tiger Safaris

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Tadoba Tiger Safari April 17
£621 – £3079

Tiger Tracking Safari on Foot (Bardia) April 11
£750 – £3203

All our tiger watching holidays, wildlife tours and safaris all over the world are listed below:

If you want to combine luxury holiday making with one of the most recognisable of all animals, which is the largest member of the cat family and are top of the food chain throughout most of Asia; well Royle Safaris offer a great range of luxury and budget tours to find them! We are of course taking about tigers.; and the very best place in the world for observing these rare cats in the world is in central India. Royle Safaris specialises in finding tigers in India and our tours are fully orientated on spending the maximum amount of time in the field finding them. We use the best local naturalists, national parks drivers and a zoologist to help you get the best out of your wildlife tours, holiday or safari.

There are only around 3750-4000 tigers left in the wild throughout India although that figure is hotly disputed with many people suggesting the real figure is much lower than that; whatever the actual population is there is a very real danger of tigers becoming extinct within the next 20 years. Tourism is of the up most importance to the continued existence of tigers in the wild as it highlights their plight and awareness as well as bringing much needed funding to the projects. That is why you can be assured that when you join us on one of our tiger safaris you will become an important factor in the survival of one of natures great creatures.

Royle Safaris has the largest selection of Tiger Safaris in the world, we offer tiger watching holidays in nearly all of the countries where tigers live. Including a huge range of Indian tiger safaris as well as specialist trips to track tigers on foot in Nepal, Russia and Sumatra. We also offer cruises among the Sundarbans for tigers in both India and Bangladesh as well as conservation based trips to Bhutan and the Russian Far East. Being pioneers in tiger tourism in many countries and partners with Tour Operators For Tigers (TOFT) and Trees for Tigers based in the Indian Subcontinent and Russia respectively we are ideally suited to combine Tiger Safaris and Tiger Conservation.

So join us in India (100% success rate in finding tigers), Nepal (75% success rate in finding tigers), Bangladesh (30% success rate in finding tigers), Bhutan (5% success in finding tigers) and now Russia (50% success rate in finding tigers). We travel to more different countries searching for tigers than any other wildlife tour operator and this is because big cat safaris and in particular tiger safaris are something that Royle Safaris specialises in.

Whether it is intense tiger spotting, budget tiger holidays or a combination of Indian culture and wildlife that interests you we have the best tiger safari for you guaranteed. So have a look at the holidays we offer and join one of the tiger tours today.

All these tours are available on other dates (subject to availability) than the dates listed. Please contact us to arrange a tour on a date which suits you.

Tiger Safari Holidays

Sep 11
Nov 03
Nov 21

Bangladesh & Sri Lanka Wildlife Exploration Tour

November 21, 2022 - February 8, 2023
Nov 27

Siberian Tiger Tracking Tour (Winter)

November 27 - December 6
Nov 30

Siberian Tiger Photography Tour

November 30 - December 8
Feb 11

Amur Leopard & Siberian Tiger Photography Tour

February 11, 2023 - February 28, 2023

Top Animals

  • Bengal Tiger
  • Siberian Tiger
  • Sumatran Tiger
  • Malayan Tiger
  • South China Tiger
  • Indochinese Tiger

Other species of note…

  • Leopard
  • Chital
  • Sable
  • White-tailed Eagle
  • Sambar
  • Asiatic Elephant
  • Indian One-horned Rhino
  • Southern Plain’s Langur
  • Gharial
  • Great Indian Hornbill
  • Mugger Crocodile
  • Dhole
  • Siberian Weasel
  • Amur Leopard
  • Sun Bear
  • Southern Red Muntjac
  • Sloth Bear
  • Crested Serpent Eagle
  • Nilgiri Langur

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