The Indian sub-continent is blessed with a diverse topography which helps great deal in breeding of a wide range of wildlife. The country thus is brimming with above 500 wildlife sanctuaries and bird sanctuaries. There are about 28 Tiger Reserves which has been doing a great job at rehabilitation and breeding of Tigers in the country. Such bounty of natural beauty attracts hundreds and thousands of wildlife, photography and adventure- enthusiasts towards the country. Embarking upon India wildlife tours one doesn’t have to worry about the security measures for a team of naturalist and guides always accompany you under utmost security measures. What makes these wildlife tours to India is the fact that most of the jungles in India are present in their raw and original form which helps retain the real thrill of a jungle safari.
Many national parks allow usage of both jeeps and elephants for an enthralling jungle safari. Visitors are instructed to follow the jungle rule and not to disturb the wilds and enjoy photography sessions from a distance. The most recommended national parks in India are:
Kaziranga National Park: Kaziranga National Park is situated in the province of Assam, India. The lush thicket of this park s home to two-thirds of the world’s Great One-horned Rhinoceroses. Kaziranga is the proud bearer of the title of a UNESCO World Heritage Site and justify its suitability for the title with its oodles of natural bliss and serenity. The park is boastful of housing highest density of tigers among protected area in the world; it is also a great habitat for breeding populations of elephants, buffalo and swamp deer.
Bandipur National Park: Situated in Karnataka in the southern part of the country, Bandipur National Park is one of the prime jungles stretched over 874 square kilometers. The reason why Bandipur National Park is considered one of the ideal picks for wildlife tour packages in India is because it is the largest protected area in South India with a significant numbers of Bengal Tigers and over three thousand Indian elephants. A closer look at the jungle may lead you to an encounter with predators such as Tiger, Leopard, Sloth Bear, Hyena, Dhole and Chevrotain.
Ranthambore National Park: Situated in the princely province of Rajasthan, Ranthambore National Park is one of the largest national parks in northern part of India. The wildlife sanctuary is best known for its tigers and is also the best place to spot these majestic creatures who like to take sunbath at the stunning ruins of Ranthambore Fort in the vicinity. Other wild animals spotted here are leopard, hyena, chital, wild boar, nilgai and more.
The above mentioned are just a few out of the incredible list of fascinating jungles in India; the more you step deep into the landscape the more you can come closer to wilderness. India wildlife tours are great way to explore mystifying jungles of India and they also offer immense opportunity to practice art of photography. Therefore these tours are a hit amongst travelers who have a zeal for adventure for they get to enjoy lots of it.