Fancy an Asian adventure with wildlife conservation thrown in? Then mark your diary for the dates 18 to 23 November for a six-day Bike4Tigers challenge in aid of TOFTigers.
The route will cover 180km of jungle for keen bikers, with an option to do some legs by vehicle for the less fit or keen!
This is an Asian adventure at its best, with three days of off-road biking along dirt tracks and forest roads. Bikes are supplied by Royal Expedition and accommodation is in Pugdundee Safaris’ Treehouses in Pench Tiger Reserve (made famous in the Jungle Book), two nights in tented eco-camps along the Pench corridor, with the final night at Kanha Earth Lodge.
Bikers need to raise at least £1,250 in funding (payable by 31 December 2018) to join this adventure, and the cost of the challenge is £1,695 per person including accommodation, meals, road transfers from Nagpur, three game drives, cycles and helmets, local naturalists/guides and support services. It does not include international flights, visas, tips, personal expenses and insurances.
Pugdundee Safaris is one of India’s leading responsible tourism companies, with a collection of six intimate jungle lodges in central India as well as a lodge in Nepal, where visitors can go in search of tigers, sloth bears and a wide range of wildlife. Pugdundee also offer a wide range of bespoke wilderness experiences, including cycling safaris, motorcycle tours, photography tours, walking and mobile tented safaris.
Main image | One of Pugdundee Safaris’ treetop hideaways
For more information visit www.pugdundeesafaris.com