Wildlife Safari in India continues to be a fascination for the wildlife lovers from all over the nation and overseas and rightly so given the assorted riches of all-natural habitats and wildlife spread across the length and breadth of the place. A lot of exclusive wildlife sanctuaries are a photographer’s paradise although they also a residence of numerous endangered species whose existential danger looms large in other components of the globe.
The Earth Safari offers you tailor-made tour packages intended to provide a memorable knowledge and sighting of the exotic creatures from near quarters. Most usually the wildlife excursions are blended with the chance to explore many of the other tourist hotspots.
If you want to discover the wildlife in the northern portion of India, you would be taken on a sightseeing spree across Delhi, Ranthambore, Jaipur, Agra through Bandhavgarh National Park, Pench National Park etc and on the way savoring the shut encounters with the tiger, elephant and other wildlife in their all-natural habitats. When you get started with the tour in Delhi, you would have your plate completed with the wonders of the Red Fort, Jama Masjid, India Gate, Humayun Tomb, Qutub Minar and so on. The upcoming end is Ranthambore, a wildlife reserve sandwiched amongst the Aravalli and Vindya mountain ranges.
The exotic wildlife to be explored in this wilderness includes the Sambhar, Cheetal, Chinkara, Nilgai and Langur. The powerful and agile leopards and tigers are also generally seen in their all-natural habitats. From there you would head off to Jaipur, the Pink Town. The Sawai Man Singh Museum, Jantar Mantar, Hawa Mahal etc are the significant attractions there. The next destination would be Agra, the land of the Taj Mahal. The subsequent dose of wildlife exploration ensues in the Bandhavgarh National Park wherever the sloth bear, wild boar, the different species of the cat and other hardly ever encountered wildlife beckon. Travelers are taken on an elephant safari across the depths of the jungles and forests following which you would be taken to the Pench National Park in the backdrop of which Rudyard Kipling had conceived the jungle book. This wildlife reserve properties a selection of monkeys tiger, bison, wild canines and a lot more than hundreds of birds of distinct species.
India is home to several well known large mammals including the Asian Elephant, Bengal Tiger, Asiatic Lion, Leopard, Sloth Bear and Indian Rhinoceros, often engrained culturally and religiously often being associated with deities. Other well known large Indian mammals include ungulates such as the rare Wild Asian Water buffalo, common Domestic Asian Water buffalo, Nilgai, Gaur and several species of Deer and Antelope. Some members of the dog family such as the Indian Wolf, Bengal Fox, Golden Jackal and the world's rarest monkey, the Golden Langur typifies the precarious survival of much of India's megafauna.
India has one of the world’s largest range of species. From Northern Himalayan Mountains to far Southern Lakshwadeep’s corals and from Kutch’s Desert in Western India to Eastern India’s rain forests, there are plenty of the rarest of rare species that are found only in India. Some of the species are on the brink of extinction and some of them are critically endangered.
Watching birds from faraway places and also from the rarest of species has always been a pleasure among nature lovers. Birds of so many colors and variety come to the Indian wildlife during their migratory days. Whether it's watching birds in your own back yard or whether it's a trip to the bird habitats to watch some very rare species of birds, bird watching is your lifetime ticket to the amphitheater of nature.
India has an enormous number of bird species, both resident and migrant and many parks in the country have over 2000 species. First time travellers are often surprised how prized this element of a experience can be. Tourists coming here have ample opportunity to notice birds, as even if they don't remember their names, for sheer dynamics and diversity they are impressive- from singing cuckoos to dancing peacocks.
With so much to choose from it can be difficult to know where to start planning a trip! Our nature tours are specifically designed to address all issues associated with responsible tourism as well as your utmost security and enjoyment. We have identified the richest natural history destinations and carefully developed itineraries that maximized wildlife and cultural experiences for you. We have brought together selection of the finest natural history, cultural and adventure tours and trips available in Northern, Central and Southern India with a few special tours from other parts of India like the North East.