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Wildlife Tours in India | A Travel Guide

Why Choose India for Wildlife Tours

Wildlife tours is one of the top reasons why people travel to India.

And here are other 9+1 reasons why you should visit India.

India is a land known for its amazing geographical and bio-diversity. Tourists and wildlife enthusiasts from all around the world visit India to rub shoulders with the exotic wildlife species that dot the length and breadth of the Indian jungles. 

Wildlife Tours in India offers ample opportunities to explore these wildlife sanctuaries and national parks which showcases the real world of Indian jungles and put on view some rare and endangered wildlife species that are fast becoming extinct.

Wildlife tours packages in India offer an adventurous trail across renowned wildlife sanctuaries of India with ample opportunities to discover and explore the amazing diversity of flora and fauna species. 

India is home to some of the best wildlife sanctuaries and national parks that features in almost all Indian wildlife travel packages and provide chances to catch the glimpse of elusive and endangered species like Asiatic lions, Bengal tigers, Nilgiri Tahr and Elephants.  

Some of the popular wildlife sanctuaries and national parks which tourists should visit during their wildlife vacations in India are as follows:

Corbett National Park

Tigers at Corbett National Park
Tigers at Corbett National Park, India's Finest Tiger Reserve

Nestled in the Nainital and Pauri district of Uttarakhand, Corbett National Park is one of the oldest and finest national parks in India and a perfect destination for wildlife tours in India. 

Corbett National Park around 110 tree species, 50 species of mammals, 580 bird species and 25 reptile species and acts as a protected area for highly endangered Bengal tigers. 

You can enjoy the best views of wildlife species through exciting jeep safari.

Ranthambore National Park

Tiger Safari, Ranthambore
Ranthambore National Park in Rajasthan offers best chances of tiger spotting in India

Located in the deserted state of Rajasthan, Ranthambore National Park is one of the largest national parks in India and also the park with highest probability to spot the elusive tigers. It is known for housing the highly endangered royal Bengal Tigers. 

Other species of wildlife animals includes leopard, Nilgai, wild boar, dhole, sambar, sloth bear, hyena and chital. There are various resorts and hotels located within or outside the national park which may also offer wildlife safaris for free. 

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Keoladeo National Park

Painted Stork, Keoladeo National Park
A Playful Painted Stork at Keoladeo National Park which is also referred to as Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary
A UNESCO World Heritage Site and home to over 350 species of avifauna, Keoladeo National Park or the Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary needs no introduction. Winter is the best time to visit this bird sanctuary as migratory birds from around the world throng this refuge. 
Sariska National Park

Located in the Alwar district of the state of Rajasthan, Sariska is another popular national park and tiger reserves in India. Travelers can enjoy the best views of wildlife by an exciting jeep safari and elephant safari inside the national park. 

There are several other breathtaking attractions housed in this national park such as Sariska Palace, Kankwari Fort and Shiva temple which adds up to your wildlife tour in India.

Kanha National Park 

Kanha National Park is one of the major wildlife sanctuaries situated in Madhya Pradesh. It is an ideal spot for spotting tigers and has been an inspiration for great many writers such as Rudyard Kipling who is said to have taken inspiration from this national park for writing “The Jungle Book”. One of the major attractions of this national park is Bamni Dadar, the sunset point of Kanha. 

Besides some rare and endangered wildlife species, National Parks in India are home to an amazing range of foliage. The best period to visit most wildlife sanctuaries is from November to May when the weather is mild and you can see animals wandering out in the open without any discomfort.

You may plan your wildlife tours in India through http://www.wildlifeindiatours.com/