Wildlife Tour Operators in India

Wildlife Tour Operators in India

July 11, 2018
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Richly endowed with a range of geographical diversity and climactic variations, India serves as a natural habitat for a wide variety of flora and fauna. On account of indiscriminate cutting down of trees and pushing behind the limits of jungle, man’s greed has necessitated the formation of numerous Wildlife Sanctuaries and National Parks which has the onerous responsibility of preserving the endangered species of animals and trees by conserving them in their natural habitat.

If you are one of them, you loves to soak in the pleasure of watching animals, in their regality, walk down the open jungles and capture the ambience of their natural, untouched habitats, come along for a trip with the Wildlife Tour Operators in India to the National Parks and Wildlife Reserves, which rightfully deserves a pride of place in the environment:

Bandhavgarh National Forest:    Situated in the vast expanse of Madhya Pradesh, Bandhavgarh National Forest is home to the panthers and deer and holds the status for housing the highest density of Royal Bengal Tigers. Other Speciality: Bandhavgarh Fort

Corbett National Park: The legendary Corbett National Park, named after its namesake author and wildlife conservationist, Jim Corbett, is situated in the foothills of Himalayas in the Garhwal region of Uttarakhand. It is famous for its Royal Bengal Tigers and great Indian Elephants who roam about in their royal splendour. Other Speciality: Rare glimpse of White Tiger.

Ranthambore National Park: One of the most likely zones for spotting a tiger, Ranthambore National Park in Rajasthan, also holds sambar, peacock, leopard, chital, sambar, hyena, nilgiri and the wild boars amongst its other major attractions.  Other Speciality: Bird-watching Tours

Sundarban National Park: Situated in the World’s largest delta formed by the convergence of Ganges and Brahmaputra, the marshy, mangrove forest of Sunderban in West Bengal is acclaimed worldwide as Bengal Tiger UNESCO’s World Heritage Sites. Legend has it amongst the Wildlife Tour Operators in India that even if do not spot a tiger in this part, a tiger is sure to have spotted you. Other speciality: Crocodile Park

Kaziranga National Park: Heading towards farther East in Assam, we come to the park with the largest population of one-horned rhino in the world. Tigers, Wild Buffalo, Swamp Deer and Elephants abound in this Park, which has a great track record of success in implementing its conservation projects. Other Speciality: Tea Plantations.

Gir National Park, Gujarat: If the sight of Asiatic lions in all its supreme glory gives you goose bumps, head towards this National Park in Gujarat which is synonymous with Gir Lions. Other speciality: Boating trips

Take your pick from the range offered by Wildlife Tour Operators in India and make this trip a journey to re-connect with Nature.