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  • Jim Corbett National Park

    Jim Corbett National Park

    Corbett National Park situated in the Ram Nagar area of Indian state Uttarakhand. It is approx. 250 kms from Delhi and is one of the India’s prime wildlife reserves. Established in 1936 by Jim Corbet as Hailey National Park, the park was renamed in his honour later on. It is one of Himalayan India’s last expanses of wilderness. Jungle Safaris are allowed only in selected areas of Corbett Tiger Reserve so that people can enjoy its [...]

    Read More 14-2-2018
  • Sasan Gir National Park

    Sasan Gir National Park

    The Sasan Gir National Park is also home to another bewitching animal known as Leopard. The sanctuary houses the largest number of leopards in India. In addition, it also represents diverse ephemeral flora. Some of the common trees include Banyan, Acacia, Teak and the flame of the forest. The ideal way to explore the jungle and enjoy watching the lions is to attend the 'Lion Shows' which are held by the authorities in the vicinity [...]

    Read More 29-7-2016
  • Taj Safari

    Taj Safari

    Our luxury wildlife safaris in India give you an incredible opportunity to glance at some of the country's most cherished flora and fauna in their natural atmosphere. Put your identifying skills to test as our conservationists take you for a breathtaking drive. Keep your eye out for the demure sambar (huge forest deer), recognize the ten exceptional Star Birds, cruise around the dynamic animal habitats and if you are fortunate enough, [...]

    Read More 25-7-2016
  • Kanha National Park

    Kanha National Park

    So intense the magic of the jungles of Madhya Pradesh that Rudyard Kipling created some of the most-loved characters based on it for his famous jungle book , from Mowgli, ‘Baghira’, ‘Bhalu’ and, of course ‘Sherkhan’. Seeking pugmarks (foot prints) of a tiger in the wild and spotting animals as they lazy around gazing at you with caution and suspicion almost a habit. Kanha Tiger reserve is an ideal wildlife [...]

    Read More 18-9-2017
  • Periyar National Park

    Periyar National Park

    A trip to the Periyar National Park also includes a boat ride around the lake. It is the primary route to explore the sanctuary. Besides, this way of touring the sanctuary also saves the animals from being disturbed by the sightseers. You might come across various animals such as boar, deer and birds. The boat ride is actually more of a sail than a wild-life exploring experience. The forest department regulates the boat rides. You will need [...]

    Read More 28-7-2016
  • Ranthambore National Park

    Ranthambore National Park

    The Ranthambore National Park is well-known for its tiger populace. This is one of the ideal destinations in India to witness the imposing carnivores living in their natural habitat. It is the only tiger reserve where you can spot tigers at any point of time. It is for this reason that the place is appealingly prominent for the tiger expeditions. The park is a dense forest which makes the experience of observing the tigers more fun and common. [...]

    Read More 21-7-2016
  • Tadoba Andhari Tiger Reserve

    Tadoba Andhari Tiger Reserve

    At Tiger Trails, near Nagpur, the wild knocks on your door. If you are looking for close encounters of the wild kind on your weekend, head to the Tadoba Andhari Tiger Reserve near Nagpur, in Maharashtra. This expanse of untamed splendor, with its tall teak trees, bamboo grasses and wide-open pastures, is home to the tiger, sloth bear, leopard, the gaur (Indian bison) and a variety of deer. It is a bird lover’s paradise, too. And to savour [...]

    Read More 5-9-2017
  • Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary

    Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary

    While a majority of the parks in India have been evolved from the hunting domains of sovereign India, Keoladeo, common known as Bharatpur Wildlife Sanctuary, conceivably, is the only reserve which has been established by a maharajah (monarch). In ancient times, the town of Bharatpur used to be inundated repeatedly due to the torrential rains. In the year 1760, a rock dam was built to guard the town from this yearly aggravation of nature. [...]

    Read More 25-7-2016
  • Wildlife Safaris in India

    Wildlife Safaris in India

    Let's take a look at some of these thrilling sanctuaries and the different animals that can be sighted in and around these reserves. Some of the famous wildlife safaris include the likes of Bandhavgarh, Kanha, Pench, Ranthambore etc. A. Kanha National Park: Located in central India in the state of Madhya Pradesh, this reserve is the largest in the state. Primarily known for its tigers the park also houses leopards, wild dogs, the Gaur [...]

    Read More 15-6-2016