Wildlife Tours In India

India is blessed with various national parks and wildlife sanctuaries where one can watch the varied species of animals and birds, along with lush greenery and plenty of flora and fauna and add charm to your Wildlife Tours India. Besides, riding an elephant to get the wonderful and pleasant view of wildlife within the sanctuaries will make you experience the best Wildlife Safari in India.
 
Nearly 60% of the world's tigers are found in our country. Strongly territorial, tigers mark trees with their claws to make it clear to all interlopers: this land is mine. One of their main prey, the gracious Chital or spotted deer, is found throughout the country. The tiger also feeds on the Nilgai or blue bull. India's largest antelope, it's a species found nowhere else in the world.
 
The woodlands of Central India also shelter another species found only in the Indian subcontinent: the Sloth Bear. These omnivores are connoisseurs of ants and termites but these fierce fighters have been known to fight even tigers
 
Orissa coast, world's largest breeding site of the Olive Ridley turtle. On the way: Simlipal, Bhittarkanika, Chilika Lake and Satkosia Gorge, a protected habitat for the Gharial, a species unique to our country.
 
Some of the largest creatures across all genera are in India, including tigers, elephants, gaurs, big cats, rhinos, hippos, large vultures, long snakes and massive fish. In total, the country is home to over 800000 kinds of animals, which account for over 7 percent of the global species.

Wildlife Sanctuaries and National Parks of India
Some of the best and most famous protected territories to take a wildlife safari in India are listed below:
 
Kanha: While the plateau here is covered with grasses, bamboo and sal are abundant on the flatter sections. During a trip through the area, look out for tigers, swamp deer, sloth bears, blackbucks, owls, hyenas and pythons.
 
Bandhavgarh: Sal and Bamboo are the most common trees here along with groves of fruits like mango, jamun and gooseberries. Some of the most prominent animals found here are leopards, gaurs, vultures, chinkaras, nilgais and four-horned antelopes.
Ranthambore: The region consists of hilly terrains, plateaus and meadows. Trees like dhok cover the majority of the landscape, except for plateaus, which are covered with grasslands. Tigers, leopards, hyenas, several species of deer, nilgai, cats, bats, foxes, toads, frogs, crocodiles, lizards and venomous snakes live here in plenty.
 
Pench: This wonderful spot is located in Madhya Pradesh. Grasslands and dense, dry and moist forests are found here along with sal and bamboo dominating the terrain. Deer, foxes, hyenas, jungle fowl, peafowl and about 170 bird species have been recorded here.
 
Panna: This place lies in the zone where the Northern Plains meet the tropical wet and dry deciduous belts. Among trees, teak is the most widely distributed type, with patches of grass and thorny plants. Here you may be able to spot wolves, tigers, hyenas, geese and vultures.
 
Corbett: Perhaps the most famous spot for a wildlife safari in India is Corbett National Park in Uttarakhand. The geography here features hills, valleys, ravines, gorges and narrow streams. Sal, peepal and bamboo forests provide shelter to creatures like bears, tigers, elephants, buffaloes and monkeys.
 
Sunderbans: Lying in the vast delta of the Ganga River, it is an expansive mangrove forest. Apart from mammals, you will be able to sight dolphins and porpoises, and birds like storks and kingfishers.
 
Kaziranga: The land of the one-horned rhinos, Kaziranga National Park is located in Assam. There are several rivers and lakes here while the land area is covered by tall grasses. Other than rhinoceroses, it is home to leopards, civets, bears, jackals, vultures and many other creatures.
 
Tadoba: About 160 km Nagpur, the protected area of Tadoba contains dense jungles of dry deciduous trees. The most prominent species here are deer, tigers, cobras, eagles, dragonflies and spiders.
 
Bandipur: Once the personal territory of the king of Mysore, Bandipur is now a protected territory of India. Teak, rosewood, sandalwood, laurel and bamboo trees are widespread here. Animals here include chitals, gaurs, dholes, langurs, birds of prey and snakes.
 
Satpura: As the name suggests, it is tucked away in the Satpura Mountain Range. The vegetation here comprises teak, tendu, bael, mahua and other broadleaf plants. You will see dholes, bisons, boars, deer and squirrels here in plenty.
 
Gir Forest: Gir, the lion country, is in the state of Gujarat, and the vegetation here mainly consists of shrublands. Apart from lions, you can look for cobras, nilgais, chitals, boars, owls, eagles and cats.
 
Rann of Kutch: Kutch Desert Wildlife Sanctuary, lying on the Rann of Kutch, is the breeding ground of flamingoes. Apart from sheltering wolves, hyenas, pelicans, flamingoes and foxes, it is also known for the hordes of fossils that were found here.
 
Periyar: The moist deciduous and tropical evergreen forests of the region consist of rosewood, teak, banyan and peepal trees. The forests here are inhabited by bats, squirrels, macaques, kites, eagles and coral snakes.

South India Wildlife

Explore the richest biodiversity of South india and spend time in the deep forest for some rare animals and plants during your South india wildlife tours. Go for a thrilling safari ride during your day and the night spent in the wilderness of forest camp or resort. Your stay here is sure to be filled with fun and surprises. Book South india wildlife tour packages with us. View

Tiger Wildlife Tour

Bandhavgarh National Park is the most visited and tremendously famed tiger palace in Madhya Pradesh located in the Vindhya Hills of Umaria district. The park is recognized as one of the major destination opted for the tiger project on the wage of continuing the essential tiger project in India. Kanha Tiger Reserve is spread over 1,945 square kilometres and is one of the largest reserves in India. On a plateau in the Maikal range of hills, it has broad undulating grasslands with bamboo and Sal forest. View

North India Wildlife

North India is rich in flora and fauna. Attracting many a tourist from all over the world, North India has so much to offer in terms of wildlife. Not only tourists but researchers and ornithologist also come to North Indian wildlife sanctuaries and National Parks. North India is home to numerous wildlife sanctuaries and national parks, where amazing wildlife is found. View

Wildlife and Culture

North, west and Central India is a land of diversity. Blessed with alluring green environs, ferocious wildlife in Corbett, Ranthambore etc, the heritage of ancient temples, tribals who live in symphony with nature and other mystical cultural pleasures. Smile India tours comprise of the delights of Madhya Pradesh Rajasthan and Chhattisgarh. The ancient Temples of Khajuraho, the wilderness of Bandhavgarh National Park, the archaeological sites.

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