Ask any tourist who has embarked on a wildlife tour to India and chances are that you will hear an exclamation reserved only for enlightenment. The lesser marketed but equally enchanting wildlife landscape to Africa, India is home to the most diverse fauna and flora you can encounter in Asia with the Royal Bengal Tiger being the crown piece of our wildlife on offer. Wildlife holiday destinations in India are just like the country itself; you never know what the next park might throw at you.
Tiger Safari India, a subsidiary of Nature Safari India, has now conducted more than 10,000+ jungle safaris across the length and breadth of India and Nepal to make it synonymous with wildlife tours in the country. Right from spotting a pack of tigers at Kanha in Madhya Pradesh (Central India) to gazing Siberian cranes at Bharatpur in North India we have planned and implemented luxury itineraries for guests from across the world that come here in pursuit of sights, hitherto unseen.
Our itineraries are crafted to the most precise customization you can wish for, because, of the diverse interests our guests might have in terms of their wildlife inclination. Our itineraries can include starting points from all major cities of the country (Bangalore, Delhi, Mumbai, Hyderabad, Kolkata, Chennai, Rajasthan…landing anywhere in India would thus, not be a problem for you).
Our hand crafted photography safaris would be the answer to our click-friendly guests who wish to indulge in a round of photographing the brown striped magnificence of the tiger. Our adventure packages also include nearby attractions in them so as to have a holistic tour drawn out which goes beyond wildlife and adds a little bit of cultural dash to them.
Tiger Safari In India
The Royal Bengal Tiger has always been a creature which inspires awe, fear and myth around it. The precarious numbers to which it had dropped down in 1971 made our national government stand up and take cognizance of the fact that it needed National Reserves and tourism if the tiger had a future in the country. A bevy of national parks with responsible tourism came up and today we have a bustling tiger tourism industry which has made lives of the tiger as well as locals, a dignified one. Tiger watching from avid tourists helps keep poachers at bay and assists these locals in being a part of this sustainable tourism drive.
In 2014, we are expecting 1.2 million visitors to these parks, the most notable of which are Kanha, Bandhavgarh, Corbett, Ranthambore and Tadoba. These 5 parks count for 80% of the tiger population in the country and bookings for the 2014 leg have already begun. These safaris are either jeep safaris or elephant back safaris, though, we encourage our guests for an elephant back safari, because the vast expanse of these jungles is as full display from an elephant back.
Our chain of hotels and resorts in these lodges (Chitvan Jungle Lodge in Kanha and Tiger Dens in Bandhavgarh and Ranthambore) enable us to have complete control over your experience in these jungles and help us chart out diets and plans according to your interests as specified. Simply put, our end-to-end overseeing of your safari tour helps us be the best in the segment.
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Bandhavgarh, where once stood a giant hillock, gifted by ostensibly one of India’s most worshipped Gods, Rama to his brother Laxman to keep a check on Ceylon (Sri Lanka, in modern parlance) which was enemy territory then, is now home to India’s most prominent National Park. Herein resides the Royal Bengal Tiger, a beauty when left to rest on it’s own and a beast when it’s existence is under persistent attack. And why should not it be? After all, defense is their only weapon when everything else has been running against the beautiful cat...
Ranthambore National Park is situated in Sawai Madhopur district of Rajasthan, around 150 Km from Jaipur. Being situated in the historical land of Rajasthan, Ranthambore is a prominent and one of the most preferred national parks in the country. The total area of Ranthambore national park is around 400 Sq Km. situated on the edge of a plateau between the Bansas river and Chambal river. There is a fort inside the park along with several lakes of different sizes which make visiting this park an amazing experience for wildlife and nature lovers...
“Without looking elsewhere, I am recommending Sharad Vats and his www.tigersafariindia.com services to anyone who might be looking at tiger safaris in India. It is hard to imagine a more streamlined, organized and hands-on service anywhere that delivers on the wildlife we got to see. Adding to that, the stays in the deep recesses of jungles were superb.” John Uscian
“Sharad and team at Tiger Safari India planned and arranged our wildlife trip to the T. Everyone , right from ,Manjeet to Ram, our driver was a treat to travel with because of their professionalism as well as the right mix of friendly and helpful. We will be back for one other liason with India and certainly recommend it fo anyone looking for guidance for a wildlife tour to India.” Christer Strormyrbakken
“9 tigers !! Can you believe it? With loads of more wildlife to boot, this was easily the best widlife trip we have had, and I would be audacious to rank it higher than our Africa detour. Wonderful job!” Lone Kirkwood