A unique diversity of wildlife – born out of the Pleistocene and remarkably adapted to the harsh and frigid environment – makes the Himalayan high altitudes a special place. Amongst its inhabitants is the endangered snow leopard, an almost mythical cat that has become an international flagship for wildlife conservation. There are equally fascinating albeit less celebrated species – Tibetan argali, bharal, ibex, kiang, urial, wolf, and marmots – that share the snow leopard’s home, as well as unique high altitude flora of high medicinal value. 

Whether you wish to visit one particular national park or combine multiple parks or combine destinations in India & Sri Lanka, we will help you in designing the best possible itinerary.