WILDLIFE TOURS TO INDIA


Wildlife is possibly not the first thing that comes to your mind when you think about tours to India. However, with an estimated 24% of the land covered with forests, the country is home to a rich diversity of flora and fauna that you can explore. For wildlife enthusiasts, our wildlife tours to India are a perfect way to explore the spectacular natural reserves of the country.

 

India ranks in the top ten flora and fauna rich countries. Owing to the great diversity of topography across the country, the jungles are also distinctly different from each other. The mysterious allure of the forests of the country even inspired author Rudyard Kipling to write his famous novel, “The Jungle Book”. Home to the famous Royal Bengal Tigers, and the last remaining natural habitat for the Asiatic Lions, India is a paradise for wildlife enthusiasts. Other species that can be spotted in the forests of India include elephants, rhinoceros, bears, leopards, deer, langurs, and so much more.

 

Like in the case of most developing nations, Indian forests too are under the constant threat of human encroachment and poaching. To preserve the rich natural heritage of the country 89 National Parks, 18 Bioreserves, and over 400 wildlife sanctuaries have been set up across the nation. The wildlife tours to India organized by us are designed by wildlife experts to showcase the major attractions of the country’s wilderness. The central India tours through the dense forests of Bandhavgarh, Pench, Kanha, Panna and so on are a great way to witness the majestic splendors of these mysterious jungles. Go on a search for the majestic Bengal Tigers, and who knows, you may even spot the elusive leopard or two!

 

Choose from a wide range of tour choices including tiger safari tours, birding tours, or tours that quench both your thirst for wildlife as well as culture. If this is what you are looking for, then our tigers and Taj tour is just perfect for you.

For those wanting an offbeat experience, we recommend the Rhinos and Tigers tour, through the marsh lands of the Kaziranga National Park in the eastern Indian state of Assam. This national park has one of the highest population of the Indian one horned Rhinoceros. The tour will also take you through the dense mangrove forests of the Sunderbans, home of the famous Royal Bengal Tigers.

 

Depending on your preferences, you can book tours online, or you can also write in to us. Our team of experts will help you choose the routings and destinations that are best suited to your interests.


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India, known for its highest population of Tigers, is the land to lead you to the Tiger Trails. Across the country, government operates 47 Tiger Reserves as an initiative to protect this wonderful animal.

As we turn the pages of history and go into the olden golden days, India has been popular for two things – the mesmerising Taj Mahal and the magnanimous Tigers. Both have been special to India.

With the vast and diverse wildlife available in India, it is a travellers paradise as they get the opportunity to witness the most popular and rare species across the globe in one country.

India is known for its diverse cultures, unique landscapes as well as abundance in Wildlife. It is a well known fact that India has the largest number of Tigers population while it is the only place.

Welcome to the oldest national park of India established in the year 1936. Located in the Himalayan state Uttrakhand, the park got his name from

India is the home to more than 1300 species of birds excluding the migratory birds. Out of these around 40 species are endangered and around 25 are rarely spotted

Gujarat is a western state of India, which is yet not explored much by tourist but has tremendous potential. Thanks to the abundant tourist destinations and developing infrastructure

Though, the southern part of India is known for its culture and heritage but it is also rich in flaura and fauna. There are national parks, bird sanctuaries and bio reserves too.