India has always been a fete for wildlife enthusiasts from
around the world with its fascinating myriad of flora and
fauna that has remained both unique and mysterious for nature
lovers. The variegated wildlife species can be seen in over
80 national parks, 440 wildlife sanctuaries and 23 tiger reserves
set up by the Government of India in a bid to preserve this
vital resource. Come aboard this fascinating voyage with Wildlife
Tour India that is sure to leave you mesmerized and wanting
Being in a forest is in itself an exciting experience and
a wildlife vacation ranks among the best available holiday
options. Perhaps the fact that wandering into the animal territory
where life is dictated by the rising and setting of the sun,
generates a sense of exhilaration and a new zeal into our
urbanized souls. The reasons may be many but the sighting
of a wild animal in its natural habitat surely makes for a
fascinating moment. Be it the spine chilling trail for the
majestic predator through the jungles of Corbett or the expedition
in search of the rarest and most beautiful avian species in
the forests of Bharatpur - Indian wilderness will simply leave
you bedazzled! The experience will be livelier if you plan
to stay in a wildlife resort where an altogether different
experience awaits you. A wildlife holiday in India will give
you pleasant memories to cherish for life. We at Wildlife
Tour India have an excellent infrastructure and add to it
the years of experience, to ensure a hassle free and adventurous
holiday escapade for you.
Indian Flora and Fauna
The Indian subcontinent is rich in both floral and fauna
species. According to estimates, India has about 18% of the
plant and 8% of the total animal species found in the world,
which makes the country a paradise for wildlife enthusiasts
and nature gazers. The prime attractions found in the Indian
wilderness include the lord of the beasts, Royal Bengal Tiger
and the mammoth Indian Elephant. Other wildlife species include
the Black Buck, Indian Rhino, Cranes, Leopard, Indian Lion,
White Bengal Tiger, Camel, Indian Peacock and Cobra among
other varied species of birds and animals.
National Parks and Wildlife Sanctuaries
The variety of India's flora and fauna can be found in the
country's over 500 national parks and wildlife sanctuaries.
Venture through the uncharted territory and embark upon a
journey that is sure to leave you slack jawed and your appetite
whetting for more.
These parks and sanctuaries flaked all over the country have
their own unique attractions to offer. Touring options inside
the reserve areas abound. Jeep, elephants, camel are the one's
for safaris inside the park. Boat cruises take you to joints
where you can watch the wildlife basking near the water bodies
in summer or frolicking about. Or you can simply saunter around
in a group if you are a brave-heart - that is. Get on a quest
for the nearly extinct Snow Leopard in the Himalayan national
parks or challenge the might of the majestic Indian Tiger
A wildlife escapade in India is not complete until one decides
to spend a few days amongst the wilderness. Wildlife resorts
located in different national parks and wildlife sanctuaries
lets you experience just that. Imagine living in a tree house,
eighty feet above the ground or an antique wildlife resort
where your dinner partner may be a wild beast feasting on
its prey. Wake up to the twittering of birds or the roar of
a lion, definitely a spine chilling experience. If all this
sounds too fancy, just hop on a plane and experience the fascination
at close quarters. Wildlife Tours India has a range of tour
packages that are customized to take complete care of your
visit and stay and ensure you leave with pleasant memories
to cherish for a lifetime.
Travelling in the wilderness is sure an exciting experience
but it also requires some sense and sensitivity. To ensure
the best out of your travel, just follow these basic tips
and carry away much more than beautiful moments in the wild....
- Wear comfortable walking shoes and a sun hat. Do not
wear bright colors or strong perfumes and please follow
the rules to avoid being penalized and for your own safety.
- Most Indian parks require an entry permit that can be
easily obtained at the gate from the respective administration
centers at nominal charges.
- Do not smoke and after a camp fire put out every last
timber to shut the risk of a fire.
- Do not litter, carry all the garbage out of the park
and dispose them off in a garbage bin.
- Remember to carry along all the essentials including
prescribed medicine, sunscreen, mosquito repellent and torch
light with spare batteries.
- Do not ever try to feed the wild animals.
- For wildlife photographers, it is essential to carry
adequate protection for your camera from dust and moisture.
Carry loads of films to capture every moment.
- A survival kit including first aid, a Swiss army knife
and tents and sleeping bags may come in handy.
- Prior information about the park, basic tools like a
binocular and knowledge of basic animal habits will enhance
your experience. It is best to take along an official trained
guide who will also load you with jungle lores as you go