The soul stirring wildlife tours in India

Wildlife in India

Wildlife in India

The jungles in India seem to be sparkling as an emerald in the cosmos, creating an authentic pictorial representation of the backdrop of Alice in Wonderland with its terra firma, which will evoke your dreams and fantasy, giving them a real shape. The picture sets amidst the dazzling snow dusted mountains along with unperturbed and tranquil rivers, sultry green rain forests exotic flora, deep gorges adding some extra stars to the radiant wilderness of serene wildlife to explore the core of the mysterious and mystifying nature.

  The audacious tour of the Indian wildlife, which will take you to the in the midst of the fascinating flora and fauna   along with amusing and frolic traverse of jeep safari, bird supervision, camel trip, elephant expedition and lots more. Also take a leisurely stroll on the tracks of the green shaded wildlife parks.

Explore the striking wildlife in India in the lush green jungles that are flooded with lush vegetation and natural beauty. Witness the amazing and exotic wildlife and feel the excitement in encountering the majestic tiger prowling in the jungles along with the trampling elephants.

Wildlife tours in India are the most thrilling and uproarious expeditions in the world as it provide you a chance to explore some of the rare and endangered species in wildlife sanctuaries and national parks in India. Have a complete wildlife fiesta in India and explore the wild world in India, home to a variety of flora and fauna. India wildlife tours happen to be the perfect catalyst to discover the wildlife in India.

Wildlife India Tours displays the authentic jungles, which is the major source of witnessing some of the rare and endangered species that are on the verge of their extinction. The cultural land of India paves you to have eye-catching views with its amazing wildlife, taking India to an extraordinary level with its phenomenal excursion, which is a burning testimony to the country.

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some of the popular national parks in India like Kaziranga National Park, Sunderban National Park, Jim Corbett National Park, keoladeo national park, Bandipur national park, Kanha national park, Pench National Park, Gahirmatha Turtle sanctuary are few pick of the litter from the manifold wildlife sanctuaries, which will let you to dig deep into the lap of nature, disclosing the natural mystery along with exploring the wilderness absorbed in the adventurous hidden jungles of India.

So, just embark upon arresting as well as soul stirring tours and get wilder in the opulent land of India.

Explore the exotic species of birds in India

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Exclusively dedicated to the bird waters and nature lovers, I have brought you a real feast for your senses.  The idea is to bring you with the opulent and luxuriant wildlife and bird sanctuaries, and let you to have your ear to some harmoniously chirping and tweeting, fetching in some of the melodious tunes, soothing your soul.  Just step into the bird sanctuaries in India and encounter the echoes of sweet and melodious tunes, stating to be the abode of domestic as well as migratory bird species.

Blessed with diversity in its topography, India hosts a cornucopia of national parks and wildlife sanctuaries, making it to be a perfect place for the birdwatchers. Some of the popular wildlife bird sanctuaries, where you can find exotic and endangered species of birds are

Jaladapara Bird Sanctuary: Sprawling over an area of about 216 sq km, this national park of Jaldapara is all incorporated with mosaic of woods, grasslands, river banks, tall grasses and constant flowing streams. Another attraction in the park is the thrilling elephant safari which is scheduled for the early morning from Hollong, providing the exquisite views of the infinite grassland and its wonderful beauty. This elephant ride makes you happen to explore the sanctuary with the rare sight of Indian rhinos and Asiatic elephants. Then there is a jeep safari inside the sanctuary, which also helps in exploring the vast jungles of the wildlife sanctuary.

The birds which can be spotted here are Crested Eagle, Pallas’s Fish Eagle and shikra, Finn’s Weaver, Jungle fowl, peacock, partridges, and lesser Pied Hornbill. Python, monitor lizards, kraits, cobras, geckos and about 8 species of fresh water turtles can also be seen in the sanctuary. The best time to visit Jaldapara is from October to May. Bagdogra 145kms from Jaldapara is the nearest airport.  Jaldapara is also connected by National Highway with Siliguri.

Neora Valley Sanctuary: Established in 1986, Neora Valley National Park is sprawled over an area of about 88 sq km with an altitude of 7,500 to 10,600 ft above the sea level. The national park lies in the Kalimpong Subdivision, which comes in the region of the district of Darjeeling forms a part of the northeast Indian state of West Bengal. There are more than 100 species of birds which include Eagle, Tragopan, Cuckoo, Wood Owl, Barbet, Woodpecker, Babbler, Robin, Thrush, Flycatcher, Jungle Crow, Sunbird, Maynas, Orioles, Warbler, Laughingthrush, Flowerpecker, Flycatcher and others. Some of the commonly found reptiles in the park are king cobra, common cobra krait, green pit viper, blind snake and lizards are also found. Many colorful insects such as butterflies, moths, beetles, bees, wasps, bugs and cicadas are added attractions of the valley.

To reach at the Neora Valley National Park, you can commute via all modes of transport. The nearest airdrome to the park is at Bagdora which is just at a distance of 13 km away from the park and the nearest railway station is at Lava. The park is also connected to the NH 31as it runs between Siliguri and Guwahati over to Chalsa and then there is a district road which links Chalsa to Lava and Samsing and both these town adjoins the park.

Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary: Also known as Keoladeo Bird Sanctuary, Bharatpur bird sanctuary is one of the oldest bird sanctuaries of India. It is known to have been established about 250 years ago, acted as home to around 250 bird species with the special glimpses of Siberian Cranes, Ruddy Shelducks, Gulls, Northern Shovelers, Northern Pintails, Coots, Garganey, Tufted Ducks and Common Pochard. It was acknowledged as a protected sanctuary in the year 1971 and today it is known as a world heritage site. Blessed with an excellent location in Jaipur, Agra and Delhi and is seen thronged with enthusiastic ornithologists and the bird lovers.

Kumarakoram Bird Sanctuary: The bird sanctuary is also known as Vembanad Bird Sanctuary and is situated in Kottyam District of Kerala, stating to be as the ultimate ornithologists’ paradise in Kerala backwaters. The major species of birds found in the sanctuary are waterfowl, cuckoo, owl, egret, heron, cormorant, moorhen, darter, Brahminy kite and the duck, as well as the migratory Siberian crane. Parrot, teal, lark, flycatcher and other birds can be spotted here in the park during their respective migratory seasons.

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Discover the exquisite natural world in India

National parks in India

National parks in India

The cultural land of India enjoys a unique topography, which makes the province a home to varied species of flora and fauna. A heaven for the adventurous and wildlife aficionados, the wildlife tours in India has been doing really well of late. With its exotic biodiversity, India steals the hearts of the people all across the globe. Wildlife tours will take you to the place, which is far-flung from the hustle bustle of chaotic city life such as a jungle camp where you can have a life of unhurried nature enveloped with nature and full of surprises. Come to the land of opulence and appreciate the beauty of the natural world teeming with wildlife and breathtaking natural beauty.

Catch a glimpse of the rare and endangered species of wild species of animals and vegetation, which has been greatly sprinkled all around the landscape of India, in order to experience the wild thrill and explore the exquisite wildlife by taking up the exclusive Wildlife Tours in India. Prior to explore the endangered species of wildlife that dot the length and breadth of the Indian jungles, just look at some of the famous and important national park as and wildlife sanctuaries that houses wildlife species.

Jim Corbett National Park

Jim Corbett: Claiming to be the oldest national park in India got its origin in 1936 as Hailey National Park, with the aim of protecting the endangered Bengal tiger. Nestled in Nainital, which happens to be in the district of Uttarakhand and took its name Jim Corbett after the creator of this national park namely Jim Corbett. The park was the first to be declared as the Tiger Reserve in India. Sprawled over an area of about 520.8 sq km, encompasses hills, rivers, marshy lands and a massive lake.

Sunderbans national park

Sunderbans: Sprawling over an area of 10,000 sq km, the Sunderbans stand at the point where the land meets the sea at the southern tip of the Indian state of West Bengal. Comprising both land and water and have its legs in two countries namely India and Bangladesh, in delta of the Ganges. The forests in the Sunderbans claims to be the largest of its kind in the entire world.

The Sundarbans National Park was honored with the status of Sundarbans Tiger Reserve in the year 1973 and with a status of a wildlife sanctuary in 1977. On May 4, 1984 it was then honored with a status of a National Park. The literal meaning of the word Sunderban is ‘beautiful forest’, aptly stated as its name. This forest reserve holds rich biodiversity and about 60% of the species of both plants and animals are endemic to the region.

Buxa tiger reserve

Buxa Tiger Reserve: The Buxa National Park is one of the famous tiger reserves located in the Indian state of West Bengal. Sprawled over an area of about 756 sq km, Buxa National Park was honored with the status of a Tiger Reserve in 1983 and got its status of being as a national park in the year 1992. The headquarters are at Alipurduar court, which is just at a little distance from the park. This also stands as the largest forest reserve in the northern part of Bengal and the second largest reserve in West Bengal, after Sunderbans.

Neora Valley National Park

Neora Valley National Park: Established in 1986, Neora Valley National Park is sprawled over an area of about 88 sq km with an altitude of 7,500 to 10,600 ft above the sea level. The national park lies in the Kalimpong Subdivision, which comes in the region of the district of Darjeeling forms a part of the northeast Indian state of West Bengal.

Standing as one of the richest biological zones in the intact Northeast region of India, the park is situated in the protected area in the Bio-geographic Zone 2. The National Park stands at the confluence of the three provinces, out of which two of them are Indian states named as West Bengal and Sikkim, the third being the neighboring country of Bhutan.

Jaldapara Wild Life Sanctuary

Jaldapara Wild Life Sanctuary: Jaldapara Wild Life Sanctuary is nestled at the foothills of the Eastern Himalayas, which happens to stand in the Alipurduar Sub-Division of the district of Jalpaiguri forms a part of the northeastern Indian state of West Bengal. This national park was constituted in the year 1943, with the purpose of protecting and conserving the wild life, particularly the endangered species like the single horned Rhinos.

Pench National Park

Pench National Park: Snuggled at the foothills of Satpura Ranges, Pench National Park happens to stand in the northern territory of the Nagpur District. Sprawled over an area of about 257 sq km, since 1999, Pench is also accredited as the Tiger Reserve of India.

The park got its name from the River Pench, rambling through the tracks, giving an appearance like that of a snake segregates the park from its central point. The park possesses rich assets of biodiversity; surround with the hills, valleys and steep slopes. Pench National Park is an important part of ecosystem and also supports an abundance of flora and fauna along with avifauna. Take an interesting expedition to travel around and bring you back together with nature by stepping in to the world of wildlife and have a holistic experience. Rejuvenate yourself and have a union with the Mother Nature.

Kanha National Park

Kanha National Park: It is sprawled across the two revenue districts namely, Mandala and Kalaghat, Kanha National Park was declared as a forest reserve in the year 1879 and got its status of a wildlife sanctuary in the year 1933. It eventually was affirmed as a national park in 1955. The national park got its fame by being the source of inspiration for Rudyard Kipling, for his remarkable creation-The Jungle Book. The best site in the park is the Bammi Dadar, which is also known as the Sunset Point. The park has over than 100 species of birds covering eagle, fox, hyena, jungle cat, civets, porcupine, ratel or honey badger and hares along with some species of reptiles, which includes like pythons, cobras, krait, rat snakes, vipers, keelbacks and grass snakes are nocturnal animals, and are therefore rarely seen.

So just look at some of the famous and important national parks and wildlife sanctuaries that houses wildlife species.

Explore the incredible opulence of natural world in India

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India is worldwide famous and marks a prominent presence on the world map for its culture and opulence. Bequeathed with exotic flora and fauna, the wildlife in India grabs the attention of nature lovers from all across the globe with its exotic beauty. It would not be an overstatement that while visiting India, if you do not take a trip to witness the wildlife in some of the exotic and exhilarating national parks or wildlife sanctuaries, your tour will not be complete.

Wildlife tours paves you a chance to explore some of the rare and endangered species in wildlife sanctuaries and national parks in India. Indulge into an absolute wildlife carnival and explore the wild world in the sumptuous land of India and is abode to a variety of endangered and rare species of flora and fauna. Wildlife tours in India happen to be the immaculate catalyst to explore the natural world in India.

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Some of the famous and admired national parks in India, which possess natural world in opulence are Kaziranga National Park, Sunderban National Park,  Jim Corbett National Park, Keoladeo National park, Bandipur national park, Kanha national park, Pench National Park, Gahirmatha Turtle sanctuary happens to be a few picks of the litter from the manifold wildlife sanctuaries that will let you to dig deep into the lap of nature, disclosing the natural mystery along with stumbling upon the wilderness absorbed in the exploratory veiled jungles of India.

Pench National Park

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Among all the above revealed national parks in India, Pench is truly a naturalist’s dream come true, giving an incredible experience to its visitors. Snuggled at the foothills of Satpura Ranges, Pench National Park happens to stand in the northern territory of the Nagpur District. Sprawled over an area of about 257 sq km, since 1999, Pench is also accredited as the Tiger Reserve of India.

The park got its name from the River Pench, rambling through the tracks, giving an appearance like that of a snake segregates the park from its central point. The park possesses rich assets of biodiversity; surround with the hills, valleys and steep slopes. Pench National Park is an important part of ecosystem and also supports an abundance of flora and fauna along with avifauna. Take an interesting expedition to travel around and bring you back together with nature by stepping in to the world of wildlife and have a holistic experience. Rejuvenate yourself and have a union with the Mother Nature.

Kahna National Park

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Yet another attraction, displaying the wildlife is sprawled across the two revenue districts namely, Mandala and Kalaghat, Kanaha National Park was declared as a forest reserve in the year 1879 and got its status of a wildlife sanctuary in the year 1933. It eventually was affirmed as a national park in 1955. The national park got its fame by being the source of inspiration for Rudyard Kipling, for his remarkable creation-The Jungle Book. The best site in the park is the Bammi Dadar, which is also known as the Sunset Point.

The park has over than 100 species of birds covering eagle, fox, hyena, jungle cat, civets, porcupine, ratel or honey badger and hares along with some species of reptiles, which includes like pythons, cobras, krait, rat snakes, vipers, keelbacks and grass snakes are nocturnal animals, and are therefore rarely seen.

The other commonly found reptiles in the park are king cobra, common cobra krait, green pit viper, blind snake and lizards etc. some of the added attractions of the park valley are the colorful insects such as butterflies, moths, beetles, bees, wasps, bugs and cicadas. The park is thickly covered with lush greenery, which makes it inaccessible to reach and explore every part of the park. It is also one of the richest eco-systems in the country for it has impenetrable jungles found here in abundance. The eco-system in the park is comprised of tropical, sub-tropical, sub-temperate, and temperate vegetative systems. Take a wildlife tour and have some of the endearing experiences of life in India.

Wildlife tours, a perfect combination of incredible scenery and remarkable cultures

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The opulent land of India is encompassed with an array of wildlife, which attracts the tourists to visit the country over and over again. In India, the star attraction of the India wildlife Tours is of course the Royal Bengal Tiger attracts the tourists with its magnificence and the main draw for the wildlife tourism in India.

India is a land of amazing bio-diversity along with an incredible geographical location. The republic of India is bestowed with an abundance of even the rarest flora and fauna. Wildlife in India is being protected and displayed in well preserved national parks and wildlife sanctuaries, showcasing wide varieties of flora and fauna. Wildlife Tours in India stands to be the perfect way to explore and experience the abundant wildlife and natural beauty in India. The national parks in India happen to be the best way to explore the exotic wildlife species as the national parks dots the length and breadth of the Indian jungles.

The national parks in India pave a great opportunity to explore the exotic wildlife species as the national parks dots the length and breadth of the Indian jungles.  Wildlife India Tours displays the authentic jungles, which is the major source of witnessing some of the rare and endangered species that are on the verge of their extinction. The cultural land of India paves you to have eye-catching views with its amazing wildlife, taking India to an extraordinary level with its phenomenal excursion, which is a burning testimony to the country.

Ranthambore national park

Some of the rare and endangered species of fauna that can be easily observed in India are Royal Bengal Tigers, one-horned rhinoceros, and Asiatic Lions. Wildlife tour package will enable you to experience the breathtaking views of animals, which can be easily observed in the national parks and wildlife sanctuaries. The national parks in the country which boasts of an abundant range of flora and fauna are the Ranthambore National Park, the Corbett National Parks, displaying different varieties of dear and bear. The national parks are also a treat for the birdwatchers as it also showcase wide varieties of avifauna.

Wildlife India Tours in India offer ample of opportunities to explore the wildlife sanctuaries, showcasing the authentic jungles and witness some of the rare and endangered species that are on the verge of their extinction. The cultural land of India paves you to have eye-catching views with its amazing wildlife, taking India to an extraordinary level with its phenomenal excursion, which is a burning testament for the country. Visit India and have a complete picture of wildlife with exclusive India tour.

kanha national park

The vivacious wildlife tours in India

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Endowed with diverse geographical division and climatic variations, India enjoys the privilege of being as a spectacular as well as a dynamic country with its rich biodiversity. Nothing seems close to wildlife tours when it is about nature, greenery and peace. Travelling through the verdant jungles of a country makes it quite delightful and enriching experience by unraveling the treasures of exotic wildlife in India. Wildlife tours in India happen to be one of the most adventurous and exotic trips, for the reason that the country is rich in bio diversity. The wildlife tours offers ample of opportunities to explore the wildlife sanctuaries, showcasing the authentic jungles and witness some of the rare and endangered species that are on the verge of their extinction. The cultural land of India paves you to have eye-catching views with its amazing wildlife, taking India to an extraordinary level with its phenomenal excursion, which is a burning testament for the country.

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The national parks in India happen to be the best way to explore the exotic wildlife species as the national parks dots the length and breadth of the Indian jungles. These national parks boasts about flora and fauna in abundance some of them are the Ranthambore National Park, the Corbett National Parks, displaying different varieties of dear and bear. The national parks are also a treat for the birdwatchers as it also showcase wide varieties of avifauna. Apart from Bengal Tiger the flagship species, there are plenty of Leopard, Palm Civet, Wild Dogs, Malayan Gaint Squirrels, Mangooses, Asian Elephant, Fishing Cat, Leopard Cat, Jungle Cat, Indian Civet, Gaur, Small Clawes Otter, Chital, Sambar, Barking Deer, Hog Deer, Wild Buffalo, 3 varieties of Pythons, Monitor Lizard and a host of land tortoises. A number of animals like Chinese Pangolin. Regal Python (reticulate) Clouded Leopard and these all species of animals are endemic to the region.

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In the geographical land of India, wildlife tours give an opportunity to display the authentic jungles, which is the major source of witnessing some of the rare and endangered species that are on the verge of their extinction. The cultural land of India paves you to have eye-catching views with its amazing wildlife, taking India to an extraordinary level with its phenomenal excursion, which is a burning testimony to the country.

The hypnotic beauty which can been witnessed in the assorted album of flora and fauna, including Kaziranga National Park, Sunderban National Park,  Jim Corbett National Park, keoladeo national park, Bandipur national park, Kanha national park, Gahirmatha Turtle sanctuary are few pick of the litter from the manifold wildlife sanctuaries, which will let you to dig deep into the lap of nature, disclosing the natural mystery along with exploring the wilderness absorbed in the adventurous hidden jungles of India.

pench national park

The subcontinent of India embraces an enormous range of exotic and endangered habitats and to grab an opportunity to witness this opulent country and its extravaganza, just plan a wildlife tour to India and get wilder. So guys, just rob off some time from your busy and hectic lives to be in the lap of nature with immense greenery and natural beauty  and get ready to go with the exclusive and one of the most admired India tours.