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India is a country of buzzing cities, but also has lots to offer all lovers of nature. In peaceful sanctuaries, visitors can discover the country’s diverse wildlife. The national animal of India, the majestic Bengal tiger will always draw scores of admirers, but a remarkable assortment of fauna lives in its grasslands, teakwood forests, rivers, mountain ranges and other wildlife spaces.
India’s national parks, over a hundred in total, cover more than 44,100 square km/17000 square miles, and are all on protected land. Numerous former hunting reserves belonging to the maharajas are now wildlife sanctuaries. Of these, fifty have been declared tiger reserves. The latest Tiger census conducted by the Wildlife Institute of India shows that India’s tiger population increased to 3,682 in 2022, up from 2,967 in 2018. Three-fourth Tiger population i.e., around 2765 Tigers live in National parks and Tiger Reserves.
If you have watching Bengal tigers, Asiatic dogs, an Asian elephant and other exotic species not often seen outside zoos, on your bucket list, this is an ideal opportunity. We offer different wildlife tours to fulfil every nature lover’s dream.
Be aware that only a limited number of vehicles are allowed to enter national parks and game reserves per day, so make sure to book all game drives and safaris well in advance.
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New Delhi ➜ Jaipur ➜ Agra ➜ Jaipur ➜ Nawalgarh (Shekhawati region including Mandawa & Fatehpur) ➜ Bikaner ➜ Deshnoke (Rat Temple) ➜ Jaisalmer (Sam Dunes) ➜ Osian ➜ Luni (Jodhpur and Bishnoi village) ➜ Mount Abu ➜ Kumbalgarh ➜ Ranakpur Jain Temple ➜ Udaipur ➜ Chittorgarh ➜ Bundi ➜ Pushkar ➜ Alwar ➜ New Delhi ➜ Goa ➜ New Delhi
Fly from New Delhi to Srinagar (Kashmir) ➜ Gulmarg ➜ Pahalgam ➜ Sonamarg ➜ Kargil ➜ Mulbekh ➜ Lamayuru Monastery ➜ Likir ➜ Sangam Viewpoint (Confluence of Zanskar and Indus Rivers) ➜ Spituk ➜ Magnetic Hill ➜ Leh ➜ Khardung La ➜ Nubra Valley ➜ Diskit ➜ Hunder ➜ Turtuk ➜ Lake Pangong Tso ➜ Chang La ➜ Hemis ➜ Thiksey ➜ Leh ➜ Fly from Leh to New Delhi
Old and New Delhi ➜ Jaipur ➜ Jodhpur ➜ Ranakpur ➜ Udaipur ➜ Sardargarh Heritage Palace Hotel ➜ Bundi ➜ Ranthambhore National Park ➜ Agra (Taj Mahal and Red Fort) ➜ New Delhi ➜ Fly to Goa ➜ New Delhi/ Mumbai
Old and New Delhi ➜ Udaipur ➜ Ranakpur ➜ Jodhpur ➜ Deogarh Palace Heritage Hotel ➜ Jaipur ➜ Ranthambore Tiger Reserve ➜ Agra ➜ Fatehpur Sikri ➜ Orchha ➜ Khajuraho ➜ Varanasi (Ganges) ➜ Chennai ➜ Kanchipuram ➜ Mamallapuram ➜ Tanjore (Thanjavur) ➜ Trichy ➜ Chettinad Region ➜ Madurai ➜ Munnar ➜ Thekkady (Periyar Tiger Reserve) ➜ Alleppey (Houseboat Kerala Backwaters) ➜ Kumarakom ➜ Mararikulam Beach ➜ Kochi ➜ Chennai/Mumbai
Chennai ➜ Kanchipuram ➜ Mahabalipuram (Mamallapuram) ➜ Pondicherry (Puducherry) ➜ Tanjore (Thanjavur) ➜ Trichy (Tiruchirapalli) ➜ Chettinad Region ➜ Madurai ➜ Munnar ➜ Thekkady (Periyar Tiger Reserve) ➜ Alleppey (Houseboat Kerala Backwaters) ➜ Kumarakom ➜ Mararikulam Beach ➜ Kochi ➜ Chennai
Kathmandu (Pashupatinath Temple, Boudhanath Stupa and Durbar Square) – Flight to Paro (Bhutan) – Thimphu – Punakha – Paro – Tiger’s Nest – Paro Festival – Flight to Kathmandu – Chitwan National Park – Kathmandu
New Delhi – flight to Bagdogra – drive to Darjeeling – Gangtok (Sikkim) – Pelling – Gorumara National Park – Thimphu (via Phuentsholing), capital of Bhutan – via Dochula Pass to Punakha – Paro (Tiger’s Nest) – flight to Kolkata (Calcutta) or New Delhi