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Wildlife in India

A world of its own, which enjoys its days better away from the human presence, is the wildlife in India. In the deep wild settings of the nation are the homes of Royal Bengal Tigers, 2/3rd of Great Single-horned Rhinoceros, Indian elephants and Asiatic Lions. Choosing their own ecosystem, these animals along with other species have given the true meaning to wildlife of India.

In an effort to make a safety shield around the biodiversity, which is best seen in the 89 national parks, over 400 wildlife sanctuaries 13 bio-reserves. The only driving force for making these protected areas are conserving and proffering a safe haven to the exotic as well as endangered species. Over the years, a blanket of tourism has taken over the national parks and wildlife sanctuaries in India.

Which is why curious human minds who are affectionate to the other half of the nation, are often seen planning wildlife holidays in India. The thrill and wildlife experience is extraordinary in all the states blessed with these protected areas. As it is this serendipity that we are sure will inspire you when to plan wildlife tours in India.

Come home to India and come home to the wild, because wildlife vacations in India mean going back to nature. While you could do elephant safari in India at Kaziranga National Park, Assam; the soothing palm-fringed backwaters of Kerala call for a boat ride to its loved Periyar National Park in monsoon. You could also head straight to Sasan Gir National Park, Gujarat the only home of lions in Asia. Besides, the roar of tigers would definitely pull you to Corbett, Ranthambore and Bandhavgarh, some of the best national parks in India.

With our tastefully crafted wildlife tour packages, we take you to some of the most vibrant wildlife sanctuaries across India. Know everything about the National Parks and Wildlife sanctuaries in India, plan your trip at the best time to have the optimal chances of sightings. Be it the distance or the activities offered at the wildlife sanctuaries in India, you get it all at one platform for a hassle-less holiday planning.

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National Parks

From the Jim Corbett National Park, the very first National Park in India in 1936, wildlife conservation in India has come a long way with establishment of over 166 National Parks for protection of wildlife and conservation of reliant species, tigers and other endangered animals.

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.



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