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India is home to some of the matchless species of flora and fauna which make wildlife sanctuaries in India a paradise for nature and wildlife lovers.India boasts an immensely rich biodiversity which can be seen in the geography of the country as it is speckled with thick forests, serving as the habitat of a vast variety of wildlife species.Travel around to discover the beauty of the natural world by visiting some of India’s best wildlife sanctuaries and national parks. Get to hear the roars of the tigers and the chirping of birds and sight the rare one-horned rhinos and many such incredible species.So, do not wait any further and plan a wildlife trip in India right away and relish the best of wildlife experience with the most excellent safari tours, forest expeditions, bird watching and camping tours.

Our Wildlife Tour Packages will offer you a perfect mixture of the spectacular wildlife and exotic wild species and will let you indulge the maximum time of the tour in the famous national parks in the company of experienced guides to give you the best of the tour.

Wildlife Tour Packages

  1. Keoladeo National Park, Bharatpur, Rajasthan
In earlier times, the Keoladeo National Park was known as Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary where migratory birds such as the rare Siberian Crane are known to flock during the cool months. This is the reason why winter is considered to be the ideal time to visit the Keoladeo National park. The bird sanctuary is also very famous amongst ornithologists as well as photographers.The types of Safaris that are available at the park are the horse cart, cycle rickshaw, bicycle, walking and boating. The time that is considered the best to visit the park is all through the year but in particular, it is from February to March.

  1. Kaziranga National Park, Assam:
Kaziranga National Park gained an integral position in the list of the most famous tourist destinations in India. The park is immensely rich in terms of flora and fauna and the mesmerizing surrounding. These are actually the main factors that make the national park a must visit amongst all the adventure enthusiasts and wildlife lovers. It is home to a large population of the ‘Big Cats’ along with being a part of the Project Tiger.

  1. Bandipur National Park, Karnataka
Bandipur National Park is situated in the Chamarajanagar district of the state of Karnataka.The park is endowed with a comfortable climate and has an extraordinary range of flora and fauna which makes it a favorite of all the wildlife lovers. The Bandipur National Park is also known for housing a vast variety of bird species.Plan a trip to this winter holiday destination in India as the Park becomes all the more wonderful during the winter season.

  1. Gir National Park
The Gir National Park is the only home of the rarely spotted mighty Asiatic Lion. Gir Wildlife Sanctuary is one of the most famous tourist attractions of Gujarat. It is near to some famous destinations like Somnath and Junagadh and the park has also served as a hunting ground of the Nawabs of Junagadh.The park is listed to be as one of the top wildlife destinations to visit in India in the season of winter.Gir is a very proud owner of the major population of leopard and also other animals that can be spotted here are striped hyenas, sloth bear, four-horned antelope and golden jackals.

  1. Pench National Park
The Pench National Park takes its name from the twisty Pench River. The Park is home to some of the most exotic species of flora and fauna which also includes leopards in good numbers.The species in the park also includes four endangered species of vultures and what is interesting is that the national park has also served as an inspiration behind the famous Jungle Book by Rudyard Kipling. Also, the Bengal tigers are believed to be a significant part of the Pench which is considered to lure a lot of visitors.

  1. Jim Corbett National Park
The Jim Corbett National Park is the oldest and one of the best among the top ten national parks in India out of all the national parks in India.It was established in the year 1936 with an aim to save the grand Bengal Tigers. The park is situated in the foothills of the Himalayan range of Uttarakhand and is one of the hot spots of the wildlife lovers.This park has been named after the famous wildlife story writer Jim Corbett. The beauty and wilderness of the park lures travelers to come from various parts of the globe.This wildlife tourist spot of India has also been featured in several wildlife documentaries in order to raise awareness regarding the majestic and striking Bengal Tigers.

  1. Ranthambore National Park, Rajasthan
The Ranthambore National Park in Rajasthan is one of the royal national parks situated in India. The park is ranked to be as one of the top ten wildlife sanctuaries in the country.The royal Bengal Tigers are the pride of this national park which is bounded by the Banas and Chambal River. It also serves as a perfect habitat for the predators and other wild species of this park.Some of the main animals found in this park are Leopard, Nilgai, Wild Boar, Sambar and Hyena. Tiger Safaris are very muchpopular among the visitors of Ranthambore National Park.

  1. Nagarhole National Park, Karnataka
The Nagarhole National Park is situated in Mysore district of the state, Karnataka and is a famous tourist destination for Tiger spotting. The park is also known as the ‘Rajiv Gandhi National Park’. It encompasses a large number of Tigers and animals like the Indian Bison, Leopard, Sloth Bear and Elephant in significant numbers.Forests of this park are exceptionally rich with a lot of unique species along with high commercially valued trees like Teak, Sandalwood and Silver Oak which are to found in the park. Besides the endangered Mugger Crocodile, the park also comprises of more than 250 species of birds, 96 species of Dung Beetles and 60 species of Ants.

  1. Sariska National Park, Rajasthan
The Sariska National Park is situated in the Alwar district of Rajasthan. Although the park was declared as a Wildlife Reserve in the year 1955, it was later declared as one of the Tiger Reserve Forests in the year 1978 due to a vast number of Tigers which were found in the park.This National Park was actually the first national park in the world, which was successfully adapted by the regal Royal Bengal Tigers as their natural habitat. Some other wild species which are also found in this national park include the Leopard, Jungle Cat, Stripped Hyena as well as the Golden Jackal.

  1. Kanha National Park, Madhya Pradesh
The Kanha National Park is yet another popular wildlife destination that is included in the list of national parks of Madhya Pradesh. This park was established in the year 1955 which garnered a lot of attention due to its efforts in preserving the exquisite and almost extinct species of the Swamp Deer, also known as ‘Barasingha’. It is also one of the well-preserved parks in the entire Asia.The other facet of the Kanha National Park is its sunset point called Bamni Dadar from where the entire park can be seen. This point offers the most eye-catching views of the animals happily wandering in their natural habitat.

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