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  • Bird Watching Tour India

    Bird Watching Tour India

    India is a country with a beautiful blend of many cultures and languages. Blessed with nature's beauty in abundance, one can also witness the same amazing blend among the different species of birds in this country. Apart from domestic birds, you can experience the joy of watching migratory birds, aquatic birds, raptorial birds, oscine birds and all sort of other [...]

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  • Famous and Exciting Wildlife Safaris in India

    Famous and Exciting Wildlife Safaris in India

    India is a subcontinent with a multitude of terrains, landscapes, and diverse flora and fauna. The vast lands host some of the most exotic species of wildlife on earth. Venturing through the rainforests and tropical lands surely provides for an exciting and memorable trip. Some of the famous Wildlife Safaris include the likes of Bandhavgarh, Kanha, Pench, Ranthambore [...]

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  • Periyar National Park

    Periyar National Park

    India is a subcontinent with a multitude of terrains, landscapes, and diverse flora and fauna. The vast lands host some of the most exotic species of wildlife on earth. Venturing through the rainforests and tropical lands surely provides for an exciting and memorable trip. Some of the famous wildlife safaris include the likes of Bandhavgarh, Kanha, Pench, Ranthambore [...]

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  • Wildlife Sanctuaries of India

    Wildlife Sanctuaries of India

    The rich wildlife of India can be observed from the large number of sanctuaries and wildlife reserves found here. India Holiday Mall provide the best options to its travelers to explore the wilderness of India through its wildlife tours. Majestic tigers to mammoth elephants and several species of migratory birds are all found in this vast country. We let you discover [...]

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  • Dudhwa National Park

    Dudhwa National Park

    According to wildlife experts, nearly the entire Terai belt was home to the Indian one-horned rhino but the animals were mostly wiped out with the loss of habitat. Sometime in the late 1970s, the one-horned rhino from Assam was introduced here, and it seems to have adapted well to the surroundings. After a long search, we were lucky to see a rhino family out for its [...]

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