Wildlife Safaris in India. The land of the great Bengal tiger is always bound to be a fascinating experience. Stalking the stalker, waiting for it to make its leap, witnessing an epic battle between predator and prey, feeling that adrenaline rush as the beasts fight for survival, these are some of the most defining moments of any safari. India boasts a number of national parks and safari camps that offer incredible safari experiences through a range of treks and game drives which let you explore the country’s rich and diverse wildlife to its fullest.

Wildlife safaris in India have become very popular with travellers who love to be left in awe of their surroundings. The beautiful landscapes create a magical atmosphere while animal sightings and diverse terrains offer a hugely varied experience, one that is full of animals and birds. India hosts more than 400 national parks and wildlife sanctuaries, but you do not need to look further than superstars such as Kanha, Bandhavgarh, Pench, Ranthambore, Corbett or Sasan Gir for the perfect safari experience.

India’s natural diversity is considered to be among the best on the planet. It ranks among the 17 megadiverse countries and also hosts excellent conservation programmes which ensure the survival of a thriving wildlife population to promise incredible safari adventures for decades to come. Royal Bengal Tigers aside, India’s national parks and sanctuaries also offer sightings of wild Elephants, Asiatic lions, Himalayan Black Bears, One-Horned Rhinos and Snow Leopards, all of which are extremely rare and considered among the top animal sightings in any safari.

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Golden Triangle with Tigers of India Tour:

Man-made magnificence and natural splendour abound in India, and this tour brings you the best of both worlds. From awe-inspiring ancient architecture to exhilarating safaris through Ranthambore forests. The next part of this tour takes you to Agra and the famous Taj Mahal which was rightly described by poet Rabindranath Tagore as ‘a teardrop on the cheek of eternity’ and the marble masterpiece casts a spell on each of the roughly 3 million visitors it gets each year. Emperor Akbar gave Agra two of its other famous monuments: the Agra Fort, a walled palatial city and a UNESCO World Heritage site; and Fatehpur Sikri, a city built in the honour, of saint Shaikh Salim Chishti, and an excellent example of Persian and Mughal architecture.

Wildlife Tour of Central India:

This is a great tour that packs adventure and culture along with the right ingredients of fun, excitement, relaxation and logical doses of knowledge too!! Get ready with your camera and binoculars make sure you also pack the passion of a naturalist and the patience of a nature lover which together gives you the perfect attitude for the wildlife journey ahead.