Wildlife Tours in India

It is no exaggeration to say that India is home to a vast assortment of wildlife species, wherein a number of birds and animals are unique to the country.  The thick and rich tropical forests of India since eternity have housed the exotic wildlife of India, which constitutes of 350 mammals and over 1200 species of birds. There are around 89 national parks, 400 wildlife sanctuaries, 19 Ramsar sites and 13 biosphere reserves here, which are sprinkled all around the landscape of the country. These wildlife reserves are also rich in its floral species and are visited by wildlife enthusiasts and nature lovers in crazy numbers, all round the year.

Get all set ready for a thrilling wildlife tour of India as Indian Holiday Wildlife brings to a collection of some of such well-planned tours. Come right away to us, if you wish to have a memorable vacation with your loved ones, while being close to the nature and getting a chance to have a rendezvous with the wildlife in India. Relevant information regarding the same has been segregated below under different wildlife animals- National Parks, Wildlife Sanctuaries, Wildlife Resorts and More Information. To get directly access to your preferred topic, please click on the required tabs:

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Wildlife of India

National Parks

India is blessed with a natural richness as far as its wildlife is concerned. This also makes it one of the most sought-after wildlife destinations, which are visited by wildlife enthusiasts from all around the world. There are over 80 national parks in India, which are spread all over the landscape of the country. These national parks have been divided according to the 5 regions of the country, click on the link of your interest and gain all the necessary details.

National Parks in South India

Observe our animal friends in their natural habitats while visiting national parks in South India. Explore the varied verdant beauty of the terrain of South India while watching hundreds of species of animals. South India's topography ensures a wonderful habitation for various animals and also supports the growth of varied plants and vegetation. South India also enjoys a moderate and pleasant climate throughout the year making it the perfect holiday destination for wildlife enthusiasts.

National Parks in North India
National Parks in West India
National Parks in East India
National Parks in Central India

Wildlife Sanctuaries

India has over 400 wildlife sanctuaries, which are home to the exotic animal and bird species of the country. During your tour to India, visiting these wildlife reserves and interacting with exotic wild species is a must if you are a wildlife enthusiast and a nature lover too. It is no exaggeration to call India, a wonderland for those who love being close to nature to like to explore. Below given are these wildlife sanctuaries, divided as per the region. Click on the preferable tab to reach the desired page.

Wildlife Sanctuaries In Central India

Experience the best of Indian wildlife at Central India wildlife sanctuaries. Central India is known for its diverse topography, climate and vegetation. Many hill ranges like Vindhya, Satpura, Aravali, Maikal and Ajanta are located in this region and support a one of a kind mix of flora and fauna. No wonder, there are over 15 national parks and 35 wildlife sanctuaries in Central India.

Wildlife Sanctuaries In East India
Wildlife Sanctuaries In North India
Wildlife Sanctuaries In South India
Wildlife Sanctuaries In West India

Wildlife Destinations

India has been blessed with a vast variety of animal and avifauna species. There are around 89 national parks and 400 wildlife sanctuaries, spread all over the landscape of the country. These wildlife reserves, every year, are visited by a local and international wildlife enthusiasts and nature lovers. If you have opted for a wildlife safari into any of the wildlife reserves, you can also opt for a comfortable stay in well-maintained wildlife resorts. Accommodation is not a problem at all.

Bandhavgarh

Bandhavgarh National Park lies on the extreme north-eastern border of the state of Madhya Pradesh.

Bharatpur
Corbett
Kaziranga

More Information

The More Information tab comprises of the web page that offers details about the other necessary and important wildlife topics such as Wild Animals, Wildlife Conservation, Wildlife destinations in India, Tiger Reserves in India, Reserves Forests in India, Elephant Safaris in India, Bird Sanctuaries in India and Jeep Safaris in India. If you want to gather information about any of these topics, you just have to click on the below given links and you will directly land on that very web page.

Wild Animals

India is the land of many species of wild animals. In fact, the fauna of India is as rich as its flora. With more than 20% of India's land under forest cover and close to 600 national parks and wildlife sanctuaries in the nation, it is no wonder that India is home to some of the most fascinating wild creatures on the planet. Indian...

Wildlife Conservation
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Tiger Reserves in India
Reserve Forests in India
Elephant Safaris In India
Bird Sanctuaries in India
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