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Natural Focus Safaris launches new Subcontinent brochure

The 2017/18 edition features a new escorted “Tigers and Southern Delights” journey traversing India from north to south, an all-encompassing itinerary uncovering the “Secrets of Nepal” and a wealth of beautiful boutique hotels in popular Sri Lanka.

South Melbourne-based travel wholesaler Natural Focus Safaris (NFS) has gone to press with their 2017/18 India brochure, with a number of exciting offerings, one of the most significant being the 18 day Tigers and Southern Delights tour escorted by NFS General Manager Anne-Marie Zambelli.


The ever-popular 17 day Taj, Temples and Tigers tour will be reprised, with travellers this year enjoying the option to book or extend an Indian holiday to include a safari in some of the nation’s excellent wildlife parks or to see more of its many historic sites.   


Another tour that is sure to appeal is the 9 day Secrets of Nepal itinerary, which explores the most renowned temple complexes in and around Kathmandu, visits the country’s premier wildlife sanctuary and takes you to Pokhara, where some of the finest Himalayan scenery can be found. This journey can be tailored to incorporate a thrilling flight over Mount Everest or a life-changing trek along some of the world’s most breathtaking routes.


Of course, there are a number of great new accommodations on offer from evocative Jamtara Wilderness Camp in Pench National Park (of Jungle Book fame) to the charming Birder’s Inn at the edge of Keoladeo National Park, a bird-watcher’s paradise. In Sri Lanka, choose from exquisitely restored manor houses in enchanting rural or coastal settings to colonial-style planters’ mansions set amid emerald tea estates.     


The team at Natural Safaris has over 30 years of hands-on experience and can create a personalised itinerary that suits your client’s travel style, budget and interests to any destination on the subcontinent. To design the perfect holiday for your clients now, contact them on 1300 363 302 or email


Brochures are available from TIFS at or see


Published: 5 June 2017

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