An Indian Summer Night to Remember

Sher Bagh Luxury Tented Camp in Ranthambore National Park

Sher Bagh, Ranthambore National Park, India

Greaves Travel and Sujan Luxury are pleased to have supported the David Shepherd Wildlife Foundation’s Indian Summer event at Cowarth Park on Friday 5th July (

The Indian Summer event was held in order to raise funds for the conservation of wildlife throughout Africa and Asia.  The foundation assists trusted individuals and organisations through undercover investigations of wildlife crime, the education of consumers and young people and by working with governments to establish conservation laws and regulations. (

Tiger sighting at Ranthambore National Park

Tiger sighting at Ranthambore National Park

Greaves Travel, a leading specialist in travel to the subcontinent, and Sujan Luxury, a Relais & Chateaux endorsed group of hotels offering world class, eco-conscious experiences, donated a luxury holiday which was auctioned at the event.  The prize managed to raise £6,000 for this worthwhile cause.

For your chance to bring the Jungle Book alive with a twin-centred itinerary taking in highlights of historic New Delhi and the natural beauty of Ranthambore National Park contact Greaves Travel (  Costs start from £2,300 per person and include 2 nights bed & breakfast at The Lodhi Hotel, Delhi and 4 nights on a full board basis at Sujan Luxury’s Sher Bagh (, a luxury tented camp situated right in the heart of Ranthambore National Park, home to an elusive tiger population.

Sher Bagh Luxury Tented Camp

Sher Bagh Luxury Tented Camp

Also included are: BA return flights, private transfers, historic sightseeing in Delhi, 4 game-drives with experienced and passionate guides, train travel and one signature spa treatment.  The offer is valid for travel from 1st October to 30th November 2013 and 1st-30th March 2014 so get in contact now to begin your own journey to India.

About daltonkakoty

I am Director of a specialist travel PR Agency, Dalton Kakoty PR,, which specialises in luxury travel to India and the subcontinent. I am passionate about all things related to my motherland - be it heritage, culture, cuisine, spas, safari and sport (i.e. cricket!)
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