An experience for lifetime
India is among the oldest civilizations of the world. On one hand, it has pre-historic caves dating back 10, 000 years to forts built by various rulers over several centuries to temples, mosques and other monuments that evoke interest. On the other, it’s a mega-diverse country, with seven Natural World Heritage sites, eleven Biosphere Reserves in the World Network of Biosphere Reserves and thirty seven Ramsar Wetlands. It’s also home to three biodiversity hotspots – the Western Ghats, the Eastern Himalayas, and the Indo-Burma hotspot. A lottery of sorts for those looking for a wildlife tour. Add heritage to this and you have a heady mix ready.
There are Tiger Parks & Sanctuaries across the country, each of them a unique experience due to a combination of terrain, climate, flora and fauna. Conservation efforts have ensured that the extinction threat that loomed large once over majestic lions is now not only reversed, and the population has shown an upward swing. Similar is the case with many other animal and bird species like elephants, lions, leopards, bears, rhinos, deer and antelope species, reptiles, peacocks, blackbucks, and many more.
Do check out these packages that are the best in terms of both luxury & convenience, even if the destinations, at times, are in extreme wilderness. Imagine spotting a tiger in the morning and walking up the steps of an abandoned fort in the afternoon even as you find peacocks and other birds prancing around you, creating music very often with their chirping.
These absolutely unique experiences are backed by a combination of infrastructure and experienced teams in wildlife, history and hospitality. We are ready to host you, whenever you wish.
Best Indian National Parks for Tiger Safari
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F.A.Q about Indian Wildlife Tours
Most of the national parks in India are open for tourists from October to June but a few National Parks like Kaziranga are open from November to April.
Pench, Kanha, Bandhavgarh, Tadoba, Ranthambore & Corbett are the best national parks to spot the tigers in their natural habitat.
Tigers are elusive animals and have mastered the art of camouflage. Usually, it is difficult to spot them in dense forests, especially during inclement weather. However, our itineraries are designed to capitalize on the best places to see tigers, particularly during the hot, dry season. Although some encounters are more distant or fleeting than others, most people from the groups we have taken on tours have seen this regal animal at least once.
Apart from tigers, you stand a chance to spot animals like leopards, lions, elephants, sloth bear , bison, deer, chital, wild boar etc.
Must Carry: Camera, Spare batteries , Binoculars , Guide Book.
If you are travelling in winters ( October to March ) you must carry a warm hat, jacket, and warm gloves.
During Summers ( April to June ), you must carry light clothing, sunscreen, sun glasses , hats etc.