India Wildlife Safari and Adventure Tour Guide

India is a country that is full of national parks and wildlife sanctuaries. Various nature lovers and wildlife adventure tour seekers visit India from different parts of the world to explore the world of different animals. The voice of elephants, peacock dance, the roar of tiger and walk of animal is an amazing experience. The vast heritage of India comprises of more than four hundred wildlife sanctuaries and seven hundred national parks.

Such sanctuaries are also essential for the protection of endangers animals like Asiatic animals, Leopard, Lion, the Bengal Tiger and Siberian crane. The Himalayan region is full of animals like Panther, Deer, Elephant, Wild Buffalo, Wild Ass, Porcupine and Snow Leopards. For wildlife tour in India, one can go to various wildlife sanctuaries and national parks. The Ranthambore national park is known for big population of endangered royal Bengal tigers and species of birds, mammals, reptiles, trees and plants. Jeep and elephant safari attracts people the most. For perfect wildlife holidays, the Corbett national park situated in Uttrakhand is the best destination.

Tiger safari is the major attraction of such parks and travelers enjoy the fascinating charm of striking wildlife. The Kanha and Bandhavgarh national park are the home to white tigers and offers excellent accommodation facilities. Periyar national park is located in Kerela that has lush green beauty and variety of wildlife attractions that mainly consist of elephants.

A boat cruise in Periyar gives travelers a wonderful chance of enjoying the Periyar sanctuary. India has a large share of the fastest mammal on earth i.e. Tiger. The Bandhavgarh in Madhya Pradesh referred as the crown of wildlife heritage. Here tourists can see Royal Bengal Tigers, leopard, cheetals, gaur, sambhar and other faunal species. Around sixty percent of wild tigers in the world reside in India.

With animals, different species of native birds and migratory birds can also be found in India. The Himalayan Region is a home of many birds; few of them are ravens, griffon vulture and pheasant. The Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary of Rajasthan is a home for large variety of water birds, migratory water birds, land migratory birds and domestic land species. Several species of birds can be spotted in various parts of the India.

The Dudhwa wildlife sanctuary is a home of migratory birds such as herons, egrats cormorants and storks that share place with teals, gees and ducks. The rare species of Nicobar Pigeons, Megapode and Naecondum are found in the region of Andaman. India is a land full of exotic wild animals that includes twelve hundred species, twenty one hundred sub species of birds, three fifty species of mammals and more than twenty thousand species if insects. The main reason behind the wide range of wildlife is the unique geographic location and climatic conditions.

The plethora of wildlife sanctuaries attracts large number of people from across the world to India that makes it one of the favorite tourist destinations among foreign travelers. The wildlife sanctuaries and national parks of India are an exclusive paradise on earth with large varieties of animals, birds and insects.

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