Safari is an adventure ride that allows exploring the unexplored trails and un-ruined natural horizons of the desert, countryside, and not to forget, the forests. It's common to visit a new country, meet new people and scout new places. But have you ever wondered about getting near to the natural habitat, animals and surroundings? Jungle Safari permits you to do just that. It is also a way to understand the ecosystem's beauty, which comes in a package of fun-filled outback adventure sports, forest walks and sightseeing. If you are an eager nature enthusiast, this is the best way to examine the uncovered trails of natural echelons that form, taking different forms in different parts of the country. Exploring colossal wildlife in the Indian sub-continent is an adventure exceeding imagination, a hunt that will take you closer to the greater spaces of nature.
Considering the erratic behaviors of the wild, it is always important to provide safety. Depending on the place you plan to explore, your tourist guide will arrange for a Jeep, caravan, or tall, strong animals like the Elephant, Camel, Horse, etc.
While wobbling on an elephant or rattling on a jeep, one ought to experience the trackless paths of the forests – enjoying a peerless experience in dense vegetation. The jungle safaris are full of adventure spectacles that will track down the green and settle your camps amidst the jungle fun or chase the deer on an elephant's back for a magnificent experience.
India is home to hundreds of rare wildlife species and bird sanctuaries separated from the famous and magnificent cats (Tigers and Leopards). The migration routine of birds from one part of the world to another is a fascinating subject and, therefore, the reason for diversification and continual growth. Some unique species of birds found in the National parks of India are – Racquet tailed drongos, tree pies, jungle owlets, Minivets, ioras, sunbirds, Stork-billed Kingfisher, and Sarus crane. All these species and sub-species of birds make it a tourist pleasure for people of all ages, regions and cultural backgrounds. Besides, there are varieties of deer, herds of elephants, colorful reptiles, and a plethora of bird species, medicinal plants, and some hundred years old trees that form the major habitat of the jungle. And if fortune favors, one can also visit the well-preserved forts and museums in the surroundings that form other lures in these wildlife sanctuaries and parks.
When you think of a safari, iconic nations like Kenya and Tanzania are probably the first destinations that come to mind. But, the African continent isn't the only place to embark on a jungle safari, Asian destinations like Ranthambore National Park and many other national parks in India. The man started living in a jungle, domesticating his way through life, only to make the modern cities a jungle. If you are the occasional breed who would rather depart the city behind and live in the jungles again, a trip through the wildlife India has to offer might be the closest you get to that dream!
Endowed with the geological prowess to nurture an entire subcontinent, India boasts a rich tapestry of habitats that supports the tantalizing biodiversity we see before us. To do fairness and showcase the magnificence prevalent within these ecological sanctums, we've designed complete tours that feature the best wildlife destinations as you uncover the tracks and signs of the Royal Bengal Tiger. With the addition of luxury, cultural discovery and illustrious heritage, these specialized tour packages are built to fulfill the all-encompassing experience within the realm of this Tiger country.
The Tiger is one of the most charismatic cats on our planet. Spread over 50 Tiger Reserves, underneath the shelter of a myriad of habitats nestled within the subcontinent, India possesses over 80% of the world's big cat population in the subcontinent. Grown through nature's efficacy, the Tiger is a highly adept trap hunter.
Which plays an integral part in the web of Indian wildlife. It is gifted with black stripes painted over an ochre body, which helps them to dissolve. Spotting tigers in the wild is by no means an insignificant task. It requires patience and a lot of perseverance to see it emerge from the thickets and walk across the trail of your safari vehicle. With the help of our experienced team, we showcase every little nuance that will help our visitors to witness the elusive striped cat in all its glory.
Whether it's the Tiger teeming Bandhavgarh, the ruins of Ranthambore, the picturesque landscape of Corbett, or the bamboo tracts of Tadoba, we're here to curate an incredible tiger safari that will be engraved forever within the fabric of your mind.
The chapter of the forest awaits as you navigate the central highlands of the Royal Bengal Tigers. Madhya Pradesh contains some of the most untouched landscapes of India, which hosts the three iconic national parks of Bandhavgarh, Kanha and Pench. Here, the chances of witnessing one of the most mysterious beings on our planet are considerably high. Not only does it harbor a significant population of the Tiger but also a broad diversity of species that inhabit these parts with the jungle king. The moment you set foot within these parks, you're in for one thrilling adventure as you t signs of an ochre striped cat tour.
Traveling over 1,334 square kilometers, the Ranthambore National Park is a royal home to predators not short of royalty themselves – tigers. Being the main attraction, tigers catch the interest of wildlife photographers. While you enjoy a safari in Ranthambore, the wild cats come out to enjoy the warmness of the desert.
Additionally, if you can't spot these majestic cats, you won't be disappointed as you will get to see other wildlings like Sloth Bears, Wild Boars, and Sambar, to name a few.
If you like the ultimate thrill of the high altitude, chilly winds and animals, the Hemis National Park is your paradise. Spreading 4400 sq km, the ParkPark is home to 16 species of mammals and 73 birds apart from the snow leopard. It is best known for Snow leopards, Tibetan argali sheep, Ibex, Blue sheep, chukhar, snow cocks, and golden eagles. As many as 100 endangered snow leopards call this national park their home.
Jim Corbett is perhaps one of India's best-known wildlife parks, Asia's first National Park. Residing in this ParkPark is the furious member of the cat family – the Tigers. People from other nations visit Corbett to get a glance of these wild cats. Besides tigers, there are Serow, Goral, and Himalayan Tahr, among other fascinating wild species.
Dhikala forest rest house is the biggest and most attractive tourism zone of Corbett Tiger Reserve, consisting of large grasslands, river beds, sal, and mixed forests. Managed by the forest division working under Corbett National Park's organization, Dhikala Forest Zone is situated in the center of Corbett national park. The entry gate for the Dhikala forest rest house Zone is the famous Dhangarhi gate. At this point, you are needed to show your permits to the forest guards for entry. You can enter the Dhikala forest rest house range through the Dhangarhi Gate, and the time is morning, 10 am to 4 pm.
This gorgeous forest area is approximately 30 km from the Dhangarhi gate and takes approximately 2 hours to cover this distance if you have a fast driver. The trip from the Dhangarhi gate to the Dhikala forest zone is very adventurous, and you need to go through the thick sal forest and the Ramganga River, along with many cyclic rivers. On the way, you will come across wildlife like flocks of deer, Sambhar deer, Barking deer, Indian hog deer, Monitor Lizard, Asiatic Elephants, Jackal, Fishes, and Crocodiles, and above all, if you are fortunate enough, so you can even encounter Tigers as well. Since the Dhikala forest rest house area is based in the center, the place is perfect for wildlife enthusiasts.
Owing to its outstanding location in the center of the amazing Corbett national park, the place is always overcrowded, and there is a perpetual flow of tourists in this lodge. Wildlife lovers love coming here and take pleasure in staying over here. As there are a finite number of rooms over here, it is advisable to book the lodge in advance to avoid any inconvenience. The Dhikala forest rest house area can be booked online by visiting the official website of the Dhikala forest rest house.
Though the Pench River dries up in April, several water pools locally known as 'dohs' are found, which serve as watering holes for the wild animals. The Pench Reservoir at the center of the ParkPark is the only major water source during the pinch period. The best place to view tigers is the watering holes, as prey concentration is high along the Pench River. Tigers usually hunt for their prey here. Leopards generally roam in the peripheral areas but are occasionally seen in the deep forest.
Pench, Cheetal, and Sambar are commonly seen grazing on the open sites on roadsides and banks of river 8 and reservoir. Jackals can be seen search
Food anywhere in the ParkPark. Packs of up to 15 wild dogs can be seen near Chhedia. Jamtara, Bodanala and Pyorthadi regions of the Reserve. Flocks of gaur can be spotted around streams and bamboo patches, commonly in summer. Sloth bears occupy the rocky areas and prefer favors.
The ParkPark is the only habitat of the rare hardground Barasingha (Cervus Duvauceli Brandi). This is the original Kipling country he wrote vividly in his Jungle Book. Full breakfast from the lodge is served at a designated spot and spread on the bonnet of the Safari vehicle. Relish your breakfast in the wilderness of Kanha National Park. Continue your search for the evasive Tiger if you have not yet seen the same, and soak in the fresh and energizing environment. Return from Safari around 1130hrs. Freshen up, and lunch is served.
Traveling around the Sunderbans National Park mangroves, you will see sights like a tiger swimming in the water, a rarity found nowhere else! The Sundarbans area covers 4624 sq km incorporating a wide variety of birds and reptiles, including the salt-water crocodile. Apart from the Royal Bengal Tiger, Fishing Cats, Leopard Cats, Macaques, Wild Boar, and Indian Grey Mongoose are also abundant here.
So! Come and relinquish into the jungle safari tour of Indian wildlife, the only way to study the untamed lives of the voracious world. Hire a jeep or sit back on an elephant, the experience will never be quite the same for the different reserves in the country are the places that will give you the cherishing experience of evolving one with nature.
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