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India is one of the seventeen mega diverse countries and boasts of more than 120 national parks,, 18 Bio reserves, and more than 500 wild life sanctuaries scattered across the length and breadth of the country. From the mammoth mountain ranges in the North, the marshy lands in the east, to the tip of Kanyakumari in the South, India is home to a large number of Wild life sanctuaries. Being blessed with some of the most bio diverse regions of the world, India hosts 4 of the world’s 35 biodiversity hotspots – the Western Ghats, the Eastern Himalayas, Indo Burma and Nicobar Islands in Sundaland. Since the country is home to many rare and endangered animal species, wildlife management is necessary to preserve these animals. India is home to Bengal and Indochinese Tigers, Asiatic Lions, Leopards, Snow Leapards, Clouded Leopards, various species Deer including Cheetal, Hangul and Barasingha, the Indian Elephant, the Great Indian Rhinocerous and many more. The national parks with their dense forests, green hills, flowing streams , flower filled valleys and bamboo thickets and with its treasure of wild inhabitants is indeed a treat for the wild life enthusiasts. Popular wildlife destinations include the Ranthambore, Corbett, Bandhavgarh, Kanha, Kaziranga, Periyar, and the Gir Forests, only to name a few.
If you are a Natural Wild Life lover or crave to stay away from city noise far away in the wilderness, then India is the place on earth. India is naturally blessed with wild life parks and reserves which are inhabited by the most vivid flora and fauna, dense forests, green hills, fresh streams, flower filled valleys, and bamboo thickets which double up as a natural habitat of the rarest of the rare plant and animal species.
If you are fascinated by Wildlife then spotting the wild cats of Madhya Pradesh will be an exciting adventure along with a visit to the world famous Khajuraho temples known for their exquisite architecture and erotic sculptures.
For those with a fascination in Wild life, this is an ideal tour that will take you through the Sunderbans Tiger Reserve, a UNESCO World Heritage site and the world’s largest mangrove forest where you can spot tigers and other animals in their natural habitats.
Dooars is a mystical magical land that has seen many ardent travelers, nature lovers and holiday makers since decades with its unparalleled beauty. For people who love the wilderness and are fascinated by forests and its inhabitants, Dooars can be a favourite holiday spot.
Sharing its borders with Nagaland, Manipur and Mizoram Assam is a beautiful state known as the “Gateway to the North East. Assam is synonymous with Tea gardens, but that’s not all what the state has to offer. Assam is blessed with spectacular waterfalls, rivers, wildlife sanctuary, ancient temples that attract tourists from all over the world.
The North Eastern region of India not only is blessed with abundance of natural beauty but has many monasteries, wildlife sanctuaries and adventure activities. From the pristine range of Himalayas and hill stations, mighty Brahmaputra, ancient tribes, wild life sanctuaries to the living culture and emerald tea estates, North east of India is a hidden gem to be discovered.
This tour is an expedition packed with great scenic views, ancient religious monuments with amazing beaches and wild life sanctuary that will fascinate you. The Golden Triangle of the East will give you an insight into the history of Hindusim, Buddhism and Jainism practiced in the old times. You will watch the majestic white tigers in The Nandan Kannan Zoo right inside the forest and experience amazing wild life in the Bhitarkanika sanctuary