Discovering the last known refuges of exotic animals with Indian jungle safaris is also a recreational activity. They take you to the very heart of the tropical forests. India is a sanctuary to an innumerable variety of animals and the jungle safari is the appropriate way to explore the breathtaking view of the wildlife that exists in India.
Jim Corbett National Park
Situated in the State of Uttaranchal at the foothills of the Himalayas, the park has at its core the Corbett Tiger Reserve.You can observe the wildlife from the backs of the elephants and witness the creatures like the wild boars, barking deer, spotted deer, langur, monkeys, sambar, rhesus macaques, peacocks, tigers and herds of wild elephants. With over 580 different species of birds that Corbett is home to, birdwatchers can also satisfy their passion.
Kanha National Park
Located in the Mandla district of Madhya Pradesh, Kanha National Park is also famous for the breathtaking sight of its horseshoe shaped valley, the lush green fields and the Surpan River. Apart of the exotic tigers, you can catch a glimpse of the mongoose, hyena, leopard, chital, barasingha, spotted deer, jungle cat, nilgai, wild pig, gray langurs as well as a great variety of birds on this Indian jungle safari.
Ranthambore National Park
Experience the thrill of wildlife adventure among the various creatures with the jungle safari tours in Ranthambore National Park. The park is located in the Eastern Rajasthan and was once the royal hunting ground of Jaipur. The heart of the park is crowned with the splendid Ranthambore Fort. Major wildlife attractions in this region are tigers, chital, nilgai, lizards, sambar, mongoose, Indian hare, boars and various birds. Also one can savour the exquisite view of the ancient banyan trees, mango trees, pipal and dhok trees in this jungle safari.
Sariska Wildlife Sanctuary
A jungle safari in Sariska Wildlife Sanctuary and you can relish the magnificent sights of the exotic animals and birds! Nestled near the Aravali ranges in Rajasthan, the sanctuary is well known for its animals like the tigers, rhesus monkeys, langurs, Indian grey mongoose, wild boar, spotted deer, nilgai, northern palm squirrel, sambar and chital. Spot birds like the small buttonquail, barn owl, myna, chestnut-tailed starling, jungle bush quail, wire-tailed swallow, black redstart, pied cuckoo, spotted creeper; Indian pond heron and laughing dove. Also you can take a view of the Kankwari Fort and the ancient Shiva Temples on our jungle safari tours in the Sanctuary.
Gir Wildlife Sanctuary
Situated in the southwest environs of the peninsula in Gujarat, the sanctuary is home to about 300 Asiatic Lions, which is their last surviving population. After lions, the leopards are the second most commonly found creatures in the Gir. Other residents of the sanctuary include the nilgai, chital, spotted deer, sambar deer, antelope, chinkara, langur, wild boar and jackal. Also you can catch a glimpse of the birds like the woodpecker flamingo, crested serpent eagle, paradise flycatcher and bonneli`s eagle.
Bandhavgarh National Park
For a real adventure among the animals, discover the Bandhavgarh National Park with a jungle safari around here. Situated in the Umaria district in Madhya Pradesh, half of the park is covered with the Sal trees. The best way to explore the region is either on an elephant`s back or from a jeep. You can spot the major animals like tigers, leopards, bears, chital, nilgai, chinkara and sometime a fox or a jackal in this jungle safari.