India is home to several national parks which are home to exotic animal species. Travellers from around the world come here to catch sightings of rare animals, which cannot be seen anywhere in the world. One of the most famous of these is the Royal Bengal Tiger, the national animal of India. We provide tours to various national parks, where you can see a wide variety of species in their natural habitat, providing an experience into the wilderness, and into the lives of these exotic creatures.
Declared as a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1985, the Kaziranga National Park is situated about 5 hours drive from Guwahati. The park contains two-thirds of the world’s entire population of rhinos. You can enjoy an elephant safari ride, taking you through the park, in which you can see the rhino and other exotic species. These include the hog deer, wild buffalo, and if you are really lucky, the elusive tiger. You may also see migratory birds, along with pelicans, storks and darters. It is an experience worth having once in your lifetime.
Kanha and Pench
This tour includes two national parks located close to each other – Kanha and Pench. The first is home to one of the largest tiger populations in the country, promising sightings of the majestic creature in its natural environment. If you’re lucky, you might even catch glimpses of leopards, deer, antelope, and even the rare “barasingha.” Pench is also home to several exotic species, primarily ] tigers, leopards and panters. Other wildlife includes black buck, wild boar, sloth bears, mouse deer, black-naped hare, hyena and more. The park also includes 285 species of resident and migratory birds.
Located near Jaipur, the Ranthambore National Park is home to tigers, leopards and several other wildlife species. These include the langur, caracal, hyena, jackal, jungle cat, marsh crocodiles, bears and various species of deer. The jungle safari takes you across the vast landscape of this national park and offers sightings of a majority of these animals, giving you a rare glimpse into the life of these exotic species.
Snow Leopard Tour
The reclusive and shy Snow Leopard is a rare sighting, but worth the time and effort required to see one. Our tour starts in Leh, with excursions to several monasteries, followed by a trek to Husing, which is known globally as the “world capital of the snow leopard.” You will camp in the snowy wilderness, and local experts will teach you how to identify “hot spots” where the snow leopard may be. If you’re lucky, then in that serene environment, covered with snow, where the landscape stretches around for miles in a picturesque setting, you may see the elusive, almost mysterious creature you came looking for.
A UNESCO World Heritage Site and a Biosphere Reserve, the Sunderbans is home to the Royal Bengal Tiger. This mangrove area is part of the world’s largest delta, formed by the meeting of three rivers – the Ganga, the Brahmaputra and the Meghana. Wildlife attractions include crocodiles, spotter deer, gigantic dolphins, wild bear, marine turtles and of course, the Royal Bengal Tiger.