India revels in reputation of being home to one of the world’s largest and richest wildlife. The country is home to about 350 mammal species, over 1200 bird species and 3000 kinds of reptiles. With 80 National Parks & 441 sanctuaries, India boasts of its stunning variety of wildlife. Out of 441 wildlife sanctuaries, 19 fall under the purview of ‘Project Tiger’ giving special emphasis in preserving Tiger Population. Wildlife sanctuaries in India become all the more exciting and thrilling due to the high density of Indian tropical forests and a vide variety of program in connection with the theme, is open to the tourists.

Wildlife tours are organized privately for Individuals, couples and small families. Main highlight of this tours is exclusive visits to Indian wildlife sanctuaries, if it is an exclusive program. However, for a first time traveller, we suggest to combine this holiday with other short tours to experience India’s culture, history and nature at different places throughout India.

There are some finest wildlife sanctuaries which are home to several rare animal species like lions, tigers, elephants, leopard, Cheetahs, monkeys, deer, Sloth bear, wild boar, rhinoceros, black bucks, cobras, peacocks etc.. All these are so exceptional and exciting in themselves that many tourists visit them again and again. These are :

Gim Corbett National Park, in North India.This wildlife park can be covered along with the visits to Delhi – Agra – Jaipur. Suggest 7 – 9 days

Ranthambore National Park, in North India, This wildlife park can also be covered along with the visits to Delhi – Agra – Jaipur. Suggest 7 – 9 days

Sariska National Park, in North India.This wildlife park can also be covered along with the visits to Delhi – Agra – Jaipur. Suggest 7 – 9 days

Bandhavgarh National Park, in Central India.This wildlife park can be covered along with the visits to Delhi – Varanasi – Khajuraho – Jabalpur. Suggest 9 – 12 days

Nagarhole National Park, in South India.This wildlife park can be covered along with the visits to Mysore – Belur – Halebid. Suggest 9 – 12 days.

Bandipur National Park, in South India.This wildlife park can also be covered along with the visits to Mysore – Belur – Halebid. Suggest 9 – 12 days.

Mudumalai National Park, in South India.This wildlife park can be covered along with the visits to Ooty – Mysore – Belur – Halebid. Suggest 10 – 12 days.

Sundarbans National Park, in East India.This wildlife park can be covered along with the visits to Kolkata – Puri – Konark – Bubanswar. Suggest 12 – 14 days.

Gir National Park, in West India.This wildlife park can be covered along with the visits to Jungad – Veraval – Bavnagar – Lothal. Suggest 9 – 14 days.

Kanha National Park, in East India.This wildlife park can be covered along with the visits to Nagpur – Kolkata – Sundarban. Suggest 7 – 10 days.

Kaziranga National Park, East India. This wildlife park can be covered along with the visits to Kolkata – Jorhat – Puri – Konarak. Suggest 7 – 10 days.

Manas National Park, in East India. This wildlife park can be covered along with the visits to Guwahati – Kazirang – Dimapur – Jorhat. Suggest 10 – 12 days.

Tadoba National Park, in West India. Accessible from Nagpur Airport – 3 hrs. Drive in the Park, gives exclusive experience of wildlife. Suggest 3 – 5 days.

Panna National Park, in Central India. This wildlife park can be covered along with the visits to Delhi – Varanasi – Khajuraho. Suggest 9 – 12 days.

Periyar wildlife sanctuary, in South India. This wildlife park can be covered along with the visits to Kochi – Alleppey – Madurai – Kovalam. Suggest 9 – 12 days.