Wildlife India Trip

Wildlife India Trip Wildlife of India is a mix of species of diverse origins. The region’s rich and diverse wildlife is preserved in numerous national parks and wildlife sanctuaries across the country. Since India is home to a number of rare and threatened animal species, wildlife management in the country is essential to preserve these species. According to one study, India along with 17 mega diverse countries is home to about 60-70% of the world’s biodiversity. India has many exotic and fascinating wildlife destinations.

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We offer packages to the National Parks and Wildlife Sanctuaries of India. India has 80 National Parks and 441 wildlife sanctuaries. When you travel to India you can see a large number of tigers, elephants and rhinos in the wild. Other exotic animals that you will see are leopards, snow leopards, the red panda, sloth bears, nilgai, gharial, and many species of deer, monkeys and birds. Whether it’s the animals, birds, butterflies or the unique vegetation of the sanctuaries of India, you’re sure to see unforgettable sights on your journey with Wildlife Tours in India.

Corbett National Park is a famous national park in India.  It is situated on the bank of Ramganga River. The name of this park is attributed to Jim Corbett, a British national who played an important role in its establishment. This park was established in 1936, as the Hailey National Park that was changed to Ramganga National Park in 1955-56 and finally Jim Corbett National Park in the honor of legendary fabled hunter-turned- conservationist, best known for hunting man-eating tigers and leopards in the Kumaon and lower Garhwal regions in 1920s, after his demise. He is also the author of famous book “The Man-Eaters of Kumaon”, and was greatly revered by local people. It is a renowned park for the conservation of tigers. Today, this park is famous for its sizeable number of tigers and that is the main attraction for the tourists. This park is also known as photographer’s dream that is a heaven for the adventure enthusiasts and wildlife adventure lovers. You may also enjoy Elephant Safari and Jeep Safari that has become a major favorite activity in this park. The rare Royal Bengal tiger of India resides in this park. It was the first national park that was administered under Project Tiger initiative in 1973, one of the nine tiger reserves created at the launch of Project Tiger in India.

Jim Corbett National Park is the oldest national park in India. It has a total area of 1288.32 sq. km. out of which 520.82 sq. km. area belongs to Corbett National Park, 301.18 sq. km. makes Sonanadi Wildlife Sanctuary and the rest 466.32 sq km. constitutes the reserve forest. This park is known for its rich flora and fauna that consists animals like Wild Elephant, Tiger, Leopard, Jungle cat, Leopard Cat, Sambur, Cheetal, Hog Deer, Barking Deer, Goral, Nilgai and Wild Boar etc. It lies between the Himalayan Ranges and Terai region, an amalgamation of hills & planes, hurbs & shrubs along with rivers, grass lands, forests make it a remarkable place for an ideal habitat for wild animals. In winters you may also witness around 580 bird species in this park. Most of these are native birds but some of the species are migratory birds.

Ranthambore National Park: It is one of the biggest and most renowned national parks in Rajasthan India.  This park is famous for tigers and specially known for Royal Bengal Tigers. It is located 145 km from Jaipur city in Sawai Madhopur district of Rajasthan. It was one of the famous and former hunting grounds of kings of Jaipur. This park is spread over an area of 1,334 sq km along with nearby sanctuaries named Mansingh Sanctuary and Kaila Devi Sanctuary. This park is bound by river Banas in North and river Chambal in South. It is finest of its kind that come under Project Tiger, a famed government of India’s save tiger campaign. It is rated among best locations where you have maximum chances to see tigers in their natural habitat.  You may sometime even spot tigers during day time busy among themselves, lying and playing with each other.  It is also a favorite wildlife destination for wildlife photographers. This park has earned a reputation of being the major wildlife attractions in India over a period of time.

You may find glorious ruins of 10th century Ranthambore Fort amidst dense forest in this park. The pictorial ruins within the park are rated among heritage sites of Rajasthan. There are six artificial lakes in this park that enhance its beauty. These are the focal points to enjoy the wildlife at its best. The chances to see the tigers at lakeside area are strong comparatively. You may also see Leopards, Jackals, Caracal, Jungle Cats, sloth Bear, Wild Boar, Langurs, marsh Crocodile, spotted Deer, Sambhars, Nilgai etc along with variety of water and woodland birds. There are around 400 species of trees found here; you are recommended to see a special ancient Banyan tree, believed to be 800 yrs old. Although the park remains open from October to Mid June, but the best time to visit Ranthambhore National Park is from November to April as you may see maximum number of animals during this period. If you had luck you might seven pot tigers basking at broad daylight.