Wildlife

Monsoon Wildlife Safaris in India

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Wildlife safari in the monsoon? Seems difficult right? But in India, there is always a choice. Given the geographical expanse and different weather conditions, there are many options to wildlife safaris open all year round, including monsoon. True, monsoon wildlife safaris in India is not traditionally the favourite but it is certainly an interesting time. Most of the national parks and wildlife sanctauries close down for visitors on the 30th of June and reopen on the 1st of October, with certain exceptions.

So, if you are thinking of spending time amid lush greenery of the forests, wildlife sanctuaries and national parks, then here are some of the best places to check out.

Periyar National Park, Kerala

Periyar National Park

Settled on the banks of the Periyar Lake, Periyar national park is known for its elephant population. This park is not just open during the monsoon, it is in fact the best time. Spot herds of elephants and monkeys in the lush jungles. The bloom of orchids sprouting wild everywhere is a sight to not miss out on. If luck favours, you get to spot a tiger (there are around 40 of them), barking deer, sambar and avian life like darters, cormorant, kingfisher, the great Malabar hornbill and racket-tailed drongos. Besides jeep safari, you can also take an early morning boat ride and stay at one of the jungle treehouses and cottages.

Jim Corbett National Park, Uttarakhand

Jim Corbett National Park


Incredible Wildlife Safaris in India suited for Summer

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Safari in the natural forest is expedition to observe the wildlife in its natural habitat. There are several sanctuaries and national parks in India that captivate wildlife photographers to click some of the best views, enclosing candid moments and rare sights.

Corbett National Park
Located in Uttarakhand one of the places for wildlife photography, where the jeep safari goes deep inside the park. It is famous for sightseeing of large carnivorous mammals, and it gives photographers candid moments. There are apparently five different zones in the park consisting of different flora and fauna. The rich biodiversity gives the photographers a notably brilliant chance to catch the candid moments and also splendid photographs. The Himalayan foothill gives it an extra edge over other parks. Catching a tiger before your splendid lenses will not be easy, but you can try your luck. Also Read - Vulnerable Wildlife at Risk As 116 Animals Including 11 Rhinos Dead in Assam's Flooded Kaziranga Park

Ranthambore National Park
The park of Rajasthan has its own place in exploring the wildlife. The park of Rajasthan is famous for luxurious train trips and safari. The most commonly sought animal for photography in candid moments is Bengal tigress with its cubs. Machli, one of the tigress is fond of posing before the cameras. This is the perfect place for clicking candid pictures of dangerous animals. Jeep Safari is advised to deepest to the park for spotting the tigers. Here are some places listed above for clicking perfect candid moments in the wildlife. The photographers are advised to take help of experienced guide and photographers for the best experience.

Kabini- Nagarhole National Park
It is one of the most popular haunts for those who love to explore the wilderness and enjoy getting up close with nature. It has a lot to offer right from the Jungle Safari, boating to trekking in Nagarhole Forest. The nature walk in the forest is a must if you want to reconnect with the surroundings and nature all over again. The jungle safari is a wonderful opportunity for all the environmental enthusiasts to mingle among the variety of flora and fauna. Enjoy the royal feel of an elephant safari for the view is just spectacular with dense forest all around and at times spotting various animals in their natural surroundings makes the ride worth it. A trip to Kabani can introduce you to the world of misty forests, valleys and watercourse.

Bandipur National Park
Located in Karnataka, this park is famous for its wildlife riches which is 874 square km, and covers many endangered species of animals and flora. Bandipur National Park along with Mudumalai National Park, Wayanad National Park and Nagarhole National Park forms the Nilgiri biosphere reserve. Bandipur is one of India’s first and finest Project-Tiger reserves, and also southern India’s most famous. Its priceless tiger and leopard habitat is home to three rivers and represents in part the best remaining haunt of the endangered Asiatic elephant, Indian wild dog and a plethora of life in all its sublimely understated forms and colours This reserve is the largest protected area in South India and the region with highest number of wild elephants in South Asia.

Periyar Tiger Reserve
Also known as the Thekkady Wildlife Sanctuary, the Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary and Tiger Reserve is situated in the hills of the Western Ghats and is home to no less than 1800 flowering plant species, 143 species of orchids, 35 mammal species, and 265 bird species. Other than the Royal Bengal Tigers that reside here, this sanctuary also boasts a substantial population of the Malabar Giant Squirrel, the endangered Lion-Tailed Macaque, Asian Elephant, Leopards, and Smooth-Coated Otters. Visitors to one of India’s finest wildlife sanctuaries can enjoy trekking, elephant rides through the jungle, and boating on the Periyar Lake.


Travel Tips to Plan an India Safari

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India - one of the most perfect holiday destinations in the World, known for its rich cultural heritage is also one of the most sought after and exciting wildlife destinations in the world. With more than 500 Wildlife Sanctuaries, spread across the huge subcontinent - Safaris in India offer very exciting Wildlife and Bird viewing opportunities. On a safari in India, there is a vast variety of wildlife viewing opportunities available, from the one Horned Rhino in the Eastern Indian national park of Kaziranga, to Indian Elephants in Southern India's Periyar, to Asiatic lions in Western India's Gir, to the Royal Bengal Tigers in North India's Corbett and Ranthambore National Parks, and ofcourse the famous Tiger Reserves of Central India- Kanha, Bandhavgarh, Pench and Panna - India has it all, an

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Tips to Experience India's Rich Wildlife

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India is a place unlike another. While the culture and heritage has been the highlights, wildlife tours has gained global attention. India is home to more than half the population of tigers in the world. Besides tigers, India is blessed with elephants, nilgai, deer, one-horned rhinoceros, Asiatic lions, a variety of species of birds, amphibians, reptiles and in fact every kind of species of the animal kingdom. The majestic beasts are found in the wild jungles of Central India, sanctuaries which were earlier game parks in Rajasthan, blissful lush wilderness in the South and mostly all over India. Those who want to spot a tiger, can try them at these popular wildlife sanctuaries in India.

Book a Jeep Safari/ Baot Safari/ Elephant Rides

Choose a Jungle Stay

Respect the wildlife


Wildlife Safari in Kaziranga National Park

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The wildlife haven in North East India, the Kaziranga National Park is one of the most popular places for jungle safaris in India. Spread over the foothills of the Himalayas besides the Brahmaputra River, the national park is one of the enriched biodiverse habitats. The wildlife sanctuary is most popularly home to one-horned rhinoceros, in fact one-third of the entire population of the species of the world.

One-Horned Rhinoceros in India

The Kaziranga National Park and Tiger Reserve (KNPTR) authorities in Assam have introduced boating, cycling and trekking tours in the fringe area of the park for the first time in its history.

Jeep safaris and elephant  safaris in Kaziranga

Earlier, the park could be explored only via jeep safaris and elephant rides — this is the first time boats, bicycles and trekking have been introduced.

Trekking in Kaziranga

Boat safari in Kaziranga