Tigers, elephants, whales, birds, the emblematic figures of Indian fauna are about to reveal themselves to your eyes!
On the gigantic territory of India, biodiversity is not lacking, even if it remains in places fragile and to be preserved. From north to south, the land, the sky and the sea are home to rare species living in sumptuous settings. Meetings that you will not soon forget.
Safari in India gives us a rare opportunity to personally see the king of the jungle in the wild- a magnificent tiger, and many other animals. Fast forward to the time of The Jungle Book, when animals and humans lived closer together and understood each other better.
At the same time, there is no need to sacrifice comfort – a huge number of outstanding places of accommodation are located next to the protected areas.
Check it out for yourself- India is proud of its unique hotels, magnificent nature and perfect service. All safaris are conducted with experienced rangers, in licensed off-road vehicles.
Of course, the luxury travel India can be changed in advance at your discretion- add additional days, or vice versa- shorten it a little. Departure is possible on any day for 2 people.
Northern India, tiger and bird reserve
Bengal tigers, not far from the Himalayas
In the northern region of India, animal lovers flock to visit Corbett National Park near the Himalayas. It is one of the oldest national parks in India and one of the best places to observe Bengal tigers.
Keep your eye open and your finger on the shutter release button of your camera, as you may also come across leopards, Asian elephants or the impressive Ganges gharial. This crocodilian is recognizable by its narrow and elongated jaw.
Bird watching excursions from Rajaji to Keoladeo
Are you looking for a bird sanctuary? So, head to Rajaji National Park and try to spot some of the 300 species of birds that safari tour in India hosts.
Don’t put your telephoto away just yet, as this park is also one of India’s tiger reserves. You may also be lucky enough to come across the elephant, the leopard, the Asian black bear and the sloth bear.
Near New Delhi, Sultanpur Park comes alive more from September to April as it is a stopover for many migratory birds from Europe or Siberia.
Conclude your stay in northern India at Keoladeo Ghana National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It is one of the good addresses for avid ornithologists who come to observe more than 350 species, resident or migratory. Among which, the extremely rare Siberian crane!
Wild fauna in improbable settings, in central India
Meet the tigers of Ranthambore
As you leave Rajasthan, you are captivated by a breathtakingly beautiful backdrop: in Ranthambore Park, tigers wander among the ruins of an ancient fort and Hindu temples. This former hunting ground is today one of India’s most famous tiger reserves where you can go for Indian wild safari.
You can go on a jeep or elephant safari there!
Tigers and jungle of Madhya Pradesh
In the neighboring region of Madhya Pradesh, your gaze wanders from plains to tropical forests, then to ruined rocks on which animals roam. In the green Eden of Bandhavgarh National Park, look out for the magnificent white tigers. They remain hidden? Fall back on the observation of leopards, Indian wolves and axis deer!
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