Go on a Tiger Safari and take an unforgettable journey deep into India's exotic lush wildlife sanctuaries.
India is a land that is truly wild at heart and its rich and thick jungles (forests) and the unique and fantastic array of wildlife has inspired numerous tales and fables.Authors: The Jungle Book
The most important attraction to Indian wildlife is the majestic and unfortunately increasingly endangered Royal Bengal Tiger, but it is home to many other rare and spectacular animal species - Asiatic Lion, Leopard, Sloth Bear and Indian Rhinoceros, Asian Elephant, Black Buck, Water Buffalo, Nilgai, Gaur, Himalayan Wolf, Striped Hyena, Golden Langur, the list just goes on... The only place in the world where both the tiger and lion can be found in the natural habitat is India. Being on the main migratory routes, India has over 1200 species of birds and is a great destination for bird-watchers.
Tucked away in the foothills of Himalayan belt, Corbett is a land of striking beauty. Keep your cameras ready as you have to capture the daring wildlife species found here. From elusive Royal Bengal Tiger to Leopards, wildlife safari to Corbett Tiger Reserve will be...
Rajaji National Park is distinctive simply because of its captivating scenic beauty and bio-diversity. Nature lovers' paradise and the best holiday destination for wildlife enthusiasts, this wildlife park is bestowed with tigers, ghorals, deer and leopards.
Ranthambore, known for its Tiger Reserve, is an open park where some of the celebrated tigers of India can be seen. The scenic beauty here is dramatically changing from gentle landscapes to steep slopes of the Vindhya hills and conical sharp Aravalli hills.
Keoladeo National Park formerly known as the Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary is located in Bharatpur, Rajasthan. It is famous for being home to a variety of birds and animals including migratory birds that flock this sanctuary during winter season.
The Sariska National Park and Wildlife Sanctuary in Rajasthan provides one of the greatest places for nature and wildlife lovers. Once upon a time, it was the hunting reserves of the Mahajara of Alwar. Deciduous and dry, the Sariska forest is a port with innumerable wild animals like wild dog, leopard, hyena, jungle cat and others.
Bandhavgarh National Park is one of the wildlife sanctuaries in Madhya Pradesh. It boasts to have the highest density of tiger population in the country. Now there are about 46 to 52 tigers one can spot here. Once a hunting reserve of the royal family of Rewa in more recent times, Bandhavgarh was declared a park in 1968. The wildlife sanctuary surrounds the remains of the ancient Bandhavgarh fort (from where the park derived its name).
Kanha Tiger Reserve, also called Kanha National
Park, is one of the tiger reserves of India and the largest
national park of Madhya Pradesh state in India.
In the 1930s, the present-day Kanha area was divided into two sanctuaries, Hallon and Banjar, of 250 and 300 km² respectively. Kanha National Park was created on 1 June 1955 and in 1973 was made the Kanha Tiger Reserve.
Panna National Park is located in the districts of Panna and Chhatarpur of Madhya Pradesh, at a distance of just 25 km. from the world famous heritage site of Khajuraho. Panna which is the twenty second Tiger Reserve of India and fifth in Madhya Pradesh has the distinction of the being successful in the reintroduction of tigers, which were wiped out completely from Panna a few years back.
Wildlife lovers can discover the rich natural surroundings, various species of migratory birds and the wildlife with Pench Packages. That's not all, tourist can stroll through the virgin lands or explore more than 1200 species of plants, wild safari india promises a real treat to the wildlife enthusiasts.
Tadoba Andhari Reserve is the largest national park in Maharashtra. Total area of the Reserve is 625.4 square kilometres (241.5 sq mi). This includes Tadoba National Park, created in 1955 with an area of 116.55 square kilometres (45.00 sq mi) and Andhari Wildlife Sanctuary created in 1986 with an area of 508.85 square kilometres (196.47 sq mi).
The Nagzira wildlife sanctuary is a miraculously preserved "Green Oasis" in the easternmost part of the Maharashtra State and has a great importance from bio-diversity conservation point of view. This sanctuary is locked in the arms of nature and adorned with picturesque landscapes, luxuriant vegetation and serves as living outdoor museum to explore and appreciate nature.
The Tapti River and the Gawilgadh ridge of the Satpura Range form the boundaries of the Reserve. In 1985 Melghat Wildlife Sanctuary was created. The Tapi river flows through the northern end of the Melghat Tiger Reserve, through a forest which lies within the catchment area of the river system. Many different kinds of wildlife, both flora and fauna, are found here.
Bandipur National Park is regarded as one of the most beautiful and the better-managed national parks of India. Located amidst the picturesque surroundings of the towering Western Ghat Mountains on the Mysore-Ooty highway in Karnataka
Nagarhole National Park in Karnataka is located in Kodagu district in Karnataka. Also known as Rajiv Gandhi National Park, it became the 37th Project Tiger reserve in the country in 1999. Falling within the bio diversity hotspot of Nilgiri Biosphere Reserve
Tucked into the fringes of the mighty mountain ranges of the Western Ghats, Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary is in the districts of Idukki and Pathanamthitta in Kerala. Nestled along the banks of the lake that was formed with the building of Mullaperiyar dam in 1895, Periyar is one of the biggest and best tiger reserves in the country.
Kaziranga, the last home of the fabled Indian one horned rhino offers a life time chance to see these highly endangered giants in their natural habitat. Set out on a Kaziranga elephant safari to explore the wilderness of this world heritage site park
Gir Forest National Park in Gujarat is the last home of the Asiatic lions and Gir National Park safari is the best option to see the lord of the jungle from close quarters. Located 43 km. from Somnath, Gir enjoys a diverse topography that is interspersed with seven major perennial rivers and the biggest reservoir in the area, the Kamleshwar Dam, which ensure surface water all through the year.