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Wildlife tours in India

Snow-clad mountains, barren deserts, tea gardens and serene backwaters! The Indian continent does not fail to stimulate the senses of a traveller. With a myriad of cultural and historical experiences, it would not be fair to miss out on the wildlife tour that this country takes you to.


If you are a natural and wildlife enthusiast then a safari into the wilderness is a must-try. Not one but India is an abode of several natural parks and wildlife sanctuaries. From the mighty elephants to the ferocious tigers and the one-horned rhinoceros, there is definitely something here for the animal lover.


If you are someone who loves to get close to nature and is in search of some rare animal sightings then here are some of the wildlife holiday destinations in India that are sure to astound you.

Popular wildlife sanctuaries and parks in India

Kanha – Sloth bears, hyenas and blackbucks inhabit this place. However, the real attraction in the bamboo and sal forest is the tigers.


Bandhavgarh- Tigers, nilgais, vultures and the four-horned antelopes are common sightings in this forest.


Ranthambore- The national park is home to leopards, tigers and some venomous snakes among other animal species.


Pench- Famous for the Bengal tiger sightings travellers do appreciate the flora and fauna of this place.


Panna- A safari into the Panna National Park can get you close to hyenas, tigers, wolves and vultures.


Corbett- The Jim Corbett National Park is a popular wildlife destination known for its tigers, bears and elephant habitats.


Sunderbans- Situated on the delta of the Ganga River, it is a tiger reserve in east India.


Kaziranga- Head straight to Kaziranga to spot the famous one-horned rhinoceros.


Tadoba- Gape at the tigers in the dense and dry deciduous forest.


Bandipur-Head straight to the south to visit the tiger reserve and also marvel at the sandalwood, rosewood and teak plantations all around.


Gir Forest- Home to the Asiatic lion a safari in this shrubland is worth a visit.


Periyar- Enjoy a ride in the tropical evergreen and deciduous forest and you may be lucky to spot some tigers and elephants here.





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