Honeymoon is not just about a relaxed retreat, romantic experiences and moments of fun. It’s also about exploring the culture and lifestyle of unusual destinations.
With thrilling game viewing and wildlife experiences, the safari honeymoon in India is a great but less well-received option. The unique beauty of forests and vast national parks make safari honeymoon perfect for adventurous couples.
Enjoy the never-ending show of the never-ending trees, listen to the choir of birds chirping and romance in the natural setting that embrace the depths of the forest as you take the forest ride.
A close meeting with the wildest predators will give you an equally depressing experience during your tiger safari in India.
India has a very rich flora and fauna that can be explored in its many national parks. Each park has a different configuration and offers unique vegetation and wildlife. The discovery is done by jeep, on foot or by boat.
Majestic, powerful, the tiger is the embodiment of quiet strength. His aura is enormous and just like the lion in Africa, he is the king of the jungle! But unfortunately, he is as beautiful as he is threatened.
All species combined, there are no more than 6,000 left across the world, half of which are in India.
Jaldapara National Park
Jaldapara National Park stretches over 216 km 2 of vast meadows and forests. You will be able to observe many animals such as rhinos, leopards, elephants, deer or bison. This park will immerse you in the heart of the fauna and flora of India.
Simillipal National Park
Simillipal National Park covers an area of 845.7 km 2, a biosphere reserve since 2009, this park offers you the opportunity to observe many species such as tigers, elephants and bison. You will also be amazed by the beauty of the flora and fauna of the park.
Ranthambore and Sariska Reserves
The Ranthambore reserve covers an area of 392 km^2. This park is mainly known for its tigers which are easily observed. It is also recognized for the ruins it hosts. Green spaces and tigers, you have to live it to understand it!
The Sariska Tiger Reserve covers 866 km^2, you will be sure to observe the king of the jungle! These two parks are a treat for all lovers of flora and fauna!
Gir National Park
Spread over some 3386k m^2, Gir National Park is a mixed forest with teak, flame forest, some Banyan and Acacia trees. Apart from the lion population, the second most common in the predator is Gir Leopard. Indeed, Gir National Park is also the home of one of the largest populations of leopards in any park in India.
Boat Safari on Periyar Lake
You will be on a boat on the lake in order to be closer to nature. You will be able to observe all kinds of animals while cruising along the lake.
The Indian wild safari trip will give you the opportunity to observe tigers and many other animals and birds, the wildlife safari in India is one of the best Indian wildlife discovery tours.
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