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Wild Planet Adventures Launches 19-Day Wildlife Safari In India and Nepal



For Immediate Release

Wild Planet Adventures Launches 19-Day Wildlife Safari
In India and Nepal Following Lifting of Tiger Tourism Ban

SAUSALITO, CA, Nov. 1, 2012 – Wildlife viewing specialist Wild Planet Adventures has launched a new 19-day safari, Untamed India and Nepal, to take advantage of the recently lifted ban on tiger safaris. The Indian Supreme Court lifted the ban last month after revising guidelines that restrict mass tourism and emphasize enforcement.
“We see this as a positive thing,” says Josh Cohen, company director. “Better enforcement of existing regulations will benefit operators like Wild Planet whose guides rely on advanced tracking skills, not radios, to find tigers in the wild.“
Because of the limited number of jeeps allowed in the core areas of tiger parks, Cohen expects the trips to fill quickly. The newly launched multi-safari brings guests to four national parks including the virtually unknown Satpura, the only national park in India where walking and boating safaris are possible.
The per person double occupancy rate for 19-day Untamed India and Nepal program is from $7,698 (6 persons minimum). For $299 per person additional, a minimum of two people can arrange a date of their own choosing. Domestic air of approximately $799 is extra. Set departures are Dec 16 - Jan 3, 2013, and in 2013, Jan 13 - 31, Feb 3 - 21, Mar 3-21, Mar 24 - Apr 11, Apr 14 - May 2, Oct 27 - Nov 14, Nov 10 - 28, and Dec 15 - Jan 2, 2014. See:
A shortened version offering a 14-day itinerary with the same departure dates begins at $4,898. See:
“I applaud the Indian Supreme Court for the new emphasis on enforcement of tiger viewing protocols,” says Cohen. “We expect tiger sightings to be better now under the new guidelines, which will hopeful
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