A huge part of what makes India incredible to visit is the majestic array of Indian wildlife around the country. Wildlife tourism in India has long been popular, with visitors being able to catch glimpses of creatures like the black buck, sloth bears, rhinoceros in their natural habitat.
There are more than five hundred wildlife sanctuaries in India, and over fifty natural reserves dedicated to protecting tigers in India. With Travel Jaunts’ wildlife safari tours in India, you will be able to take thrilling journeys to the middle of nature, to truly experience being in the wild.
If you would like to know more about the wildlife tour packages in India, read on.
Bandhavgarh National Park is famed for its large biodiversity, including one of the highest populations of tigers and leopards in India. With Travel Jaunts’ Bandhavgarh safari package, you will be able to journey to the very center of the park, and see the wildlife up close.
Best time to go to Bandhavgarh – While the park is open to visits between October 10 and June 30 every year, the pleasant, cool winters of Madhya Pradesh are perfect to endlessly observe the wildlife without fatigue.
Where to stay in Bandhavgarh – To explore the reserves, it would be best to stay at Bandhavgarh itself. The national park is located close to several nature heritage resorts, where you can stay close to the beauty of nature, and can even observe several animals and birds.
How to go to Bandhavgarh – The nearest airport is Jabalpur, located 200 kms from Bandhavgarh. It is well-connected, with direct flights to Bangalore, Delhi and Mumbai. From the airport, you can drive or taxi to Bandhavgarh from Jabalpur.
To experience the wildlife up close, make your Bandhavgarh safari booking.
Jim Corbett National Park rests on a wild and beautiful hill station. The park is divided into five zones, where the melodious sounds of birds chirping, and the sight of creatures such as crocodiles, leopards and tigers will refresh you, giving you a much-needed break from the world. Take Travel Jaunts’ Corbett safari to experience the beauty of the place fully.
Best time to go to Corbett – With its temperate weather year-round, the park can be visited at any time, but the months of November-February bring with it a pleasant chill, and the highest chances of spotting animals.
Where to stay in Corbett – To experience the place fully, it is best to stay at one of the many natural hotels located close to the park. Corbett is the only national park in India, which allows you to stay the night in the jungle, in the Dhikala Forest Lodge, located in the middle of breathtaking flora and fauna.
How to go to Corbett– The nearest airport is Indira Gandhi Airport in Delhi, making it very easy to fly directly from Mumbai or Bangalore, and get to Corbett from Delhi. From Delhi, it is a close and pleasant drive if you want to go. The nearest railway station is Ramnagar, 12 kms away, which is connected to Delhi, Mumbai and Bangalore as well.
Make your Jim Corbett safari booking to enjoy the vacation of your dreams.
Sprawling across the River Brahmaputra, Kaziranga National Park is a set of forests and wetlands home to some of the most magical wildlife in the world. This World Heritage site is home to two-thirds of the world’s population of one-horned rhinoceroses.
Best time to go to Kaziranga – During November, April and February, you avoid the harsh winters.
Where to stay in Kaziranga – A stay in a resort close to the park is a must to see the wildlife, with Kaziranga offering several hotels, jungle resorts and camps. Several of the hotels have made efforts to cut down on their carbon footprint, such as using solar panels.
How to go to Kaziranga – Guwahati and Jorhat Airports are closest to Kaziranga, located at a distance of 217 and 97 kms away, respectively. There are flights from Mumbai, Delhi and Bangalore to both airports, but it is easier to get to Kaziranga from Guwahati, as there are more flights available.
In order to see the magnificent rhino in Kaziranga, take Travel Jaunts’ Kaziranga safari booking.
The only place in the world where you can spot the majestic Asiatic Lion, Gir Forest National Park is also home to creatures such as the wild ass, foxes and hyenas. The jungles of Gir are also frequented by deer, and the Kamleshwar Dam by marsh crocodiles and birds such as the pelican, making it the most varied ecosystem you might see.
Best time to visit Gir – In April and May, you will be able to view the most wildlife, and indulge in wildlife photography, but the heat might be too much to bear. The months of December and March bring pleasant weather.
Where to stay in Gir – Gir is equipped with a number of hotels to host you, and it is best to stay in the vicinity of the national park, to fully enjoy a holiday away from the world.
How to go to Gir – Keshod Airport is nearest to Gir, located 70 kms away from the sanctuary, with direct flights to Bangalore, Mumbai and Delhi. You can then take a taxi from there to Gir. Getting to Gir from Ahmedabad is also an option, as it is a major city with connections to major cities, and is 292 kms from the national park.
Maharashtra’s largest national park, Tadoba is a network of grasslands, cliffs and caves, with plenty of animals having made their home here. A great place to spot tigers, it is also home to exotic mammals like the sloth, the barking deer and the honey badger. Make your Tadoba safari booking with Travel Jaunts to ride to the middle of nature.
Best time to go to Tadoba – Each season brings a new benefit to visit – the monsoons bring lush green jungles, the winter pleasant climate, and summer the best chance to spot tigers.
Where to stay in Tadoba – Tadoba is full of excellent hotels, homestays, many of them themed after the key animal, the tiger.
How to go to Tadoba – 140 kms away, getting to Tadoba from Nagpur Airport is the best option, with direct flights from Mumbai, Bangalore and Delhi. The nearest railway station is Chandrapur, 45 kms away, from where you can easily get a taxi to the reserve, and where direct trains to major cities are available.
Rumored to have inspired Rudyard Kipling’s The Jungle Book, Pench National Park is home to over 210 species of birds, especially birds of prey, in its jungles. Small villages are dotted in and around the park, which is also a haven for tigers, porcupines, monkeys and more. Make your Pench safari booking with Travel Jaunts to see this famous book come to life before your eyes.
Best time to go to Pench – November-May is the best time to visit the park, with it being closed in July, August and September.
How to go to Pench – Getting to Pench from Nagpur is the best option, as Nagpur Airport is well-connected to Delhi, Mumbai and Bangalore.
Where to stay in Pench – To enjoy the privileges of the park such as open jeep safaris, make sure to stay in a villa or guest house close to the park.
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