India has an extraordinary diversity of landscapes and vegetation, supporting rich variety of wildlife, including many endangered and rare species. Explore the varied flora and fauna of India from over 70 protected national parks and over 400 wildlife sanctuaries.
If you love the sounds of a tiger roar, an elephant munching on branches or twigs snapping, love to watch a deer leaping out of tall grasses, the colours of the sunset sky, feel the breeze in your face, the smell of fresh earth suffused in rain, then you are at the right place. Home to some rare species the wildlife sanctuaries of India gives you a delightful surprise, not only in terms of flora and fauna, but in the beauty of nature itself.
At the Corbett National Park cradled in the foothills of the Himalayas, find wild yaks, snow leopards and bharal. Enjoy a scenic grandeur on a safari tour to the Ranthombore in Rajasthan or Bandhavgarh, Pench or Kanha in Madhya Pradesh to see tigers in the wild, while the forests marshes and grasslands of central India shelters endangered species like the gaur, nilgai or sambar. The Asiatic lion prowl the open forests of Gir in Gujarat. Camel Safaris are also an option in the distinctive desert landscape of Rajasthan and Gujarat. How about a game ride in the Nagarhole National Park in Karnataka to watch wild dogs and hyenas in their natural environment. The deciduous forest, grasslands and tropical evergreen interiors of the Periyar tiger reserve in Kerala is a paradise to the Indian giant squirrel, flying squirrel, sloth bears, great hornbill, hawks, eagles, kites and many more.
There is no better way to know India’s deepest secrets apart from a safari in the wilderness. India’s diverse natural beauty attracts tourists and nature lovers from across the globe. This is where a wildlife enthusiast quenches his thirst with the many exotic wildlife sanctuaries and parks in India. Indian wildlife adventures truly bring you an experience that awakens your senses.