Never Knew Facts About India's Wildlife -
➔ India is home to more than 100+ national parks
➔ Many wildlife sanctuaries were once the hunting region of the Maharajas
➔ India is home to approx 2226 tigers
➔ Famous animals to spot are wild boar, toddy cat, Bengal tiger, jackal, langur, ratel
There's wildlife, adventure and then there's India. If you have never been to India wildlife tour packages, witnessed its enthralling wildlife, explored, it's national parks and wildlife sanctuaries or camped amidst the lush green natural habitat, it's hard to understand why wildlife travel expeditions in India are all about. This is an incredible nation that will change your wildlife fantasy forever. India is packaged with amazing wildlife and unfiltered safari expedition.
Beyond India's buzzing cities nature lovers can discover serene sanctuaries teeming with wildlife. While the iconic Bengal tiger—India's national animal—is the top draw for safari-goers, an impressive array of wild things can be spotted in India's teakwood forests, grasslands, mountains, rivers, and other natural spaces.
Reasons To Book National Park Tour Packages In India
India is populated by a mix of Hindu, Muslim, Christian and other religious people, with a wide variety of languages, cultures. India is a nation that is known for its jaw-dropping landscape beauty - be it in the form of mountains, lakes, forts, hill stations and especially, wildlife parks like Bandhavgarh National Park in Madhya Pradesh to spot the rare white tigers. At the same time, India offers a sophisticated tourist infrastructure, excellent road and flawless air connectivity. You too can book airfare inclusive wildlife holiday packages to India packed with top drawer accommodation only at Honeymoon Bug!
To find out what are the sensational places to spot the best wildlife in India. Keep reading!
1. Kaziranga National Park, Assam
Kaziranga National Park in Assam is the only national park in India that began as an aim to store, pack and save the one-horned rhinoceros back from the verge of extinction. The national park is positioned on the floodplains of the Brahmaputra River and is home to approximately two-thirds of the total population of the one-horned rhinos now at this time. Planning your wildlife holidays at Kaziranga National Park will allow you to spot the tigers too amidst the dense grass. However, buffalo, swamps deep, and river dolphins are must spot species.
Best Time To Visit: November to March
2. Bandhavgarh National Park, Madhya Pradesh
Madhya Pradesh is called the heartland of India which has rich wildlife under its belts in the form of national parks, wildlife sanctuaries. One such adventure raising destination is Bandhavgarh National Park. The park is pretty famous for the tiger watching, bird watching and if you book your wildlife safari tours in India to Bandhavgarh National Park, you will get to marvel at the grasslands teeming with a range of wildlife creatures. Explore the flourishing green forests, spot myriad of animals and birds in their natural heritage and plan your Madhya Pradesh wildlife tour with Honeymoon Bug!
Best Time To Visit: October to June
3. Ranthambore National Park, Rajasthan
Make a tiger story to tell on your wildlife tour package in India and visit the Ranthambore National Park. It was once the hunting ground of the former royal Maharaja of Rajasthan and is now the famous territory in India for the tigers. If you want to see the tigers without putting any effort, this national park is the best for you to go! Ranthambore National Park is located in Sawai Madhopur district which is approx 415 km away from Delhi. Other famous animals to spot there are Snub-nosed marsh crocodiles, Striped hyenas, Indian wild boar.
Best Time To Visit: November to April
4. Sundarban National Park, West Bengal
Sharing its boundaries with Bangladesh, Sundarban National Park is the home to the royal Bengal tigers. It is famous amongst the tourists for the saltwater crocodile and the Hawksbill Turtle and Mangrove Horseshoe Crab. You can dive into the lush green beauty of the Sundarbans on affordable national parks holiday packages to India at Honeymoon Bug. We will make your trip memorable by lending you closer to nature, and you can encounter vibrant bees and chirping of birds on your exploration.
Best Time To Visit: October to March
5. Jim Corbett National Park, Uttarakhand
Travelling to Jim Corbett National Park is a ride you won't forget soon. This national park is titled as the oldest national park in India. It is featured in many wildlife documentaries including the Man Vs Wild featuring PM Narendra Modi and wildlife enthusiasts - Bear Grylls. The park features around 490+ plant species, 600+ bird species, and 100+ animal species. If you are looking to escape the monotony of the city life in the upcoming weekend, head to Jim Corbett National Park which is only 266 km away from Delhi.
Best Time To Visit: November to February
Well, there are plenty of more places in India to spot unexplored wildlife. Call Honeymoon Bug to fulfil a bucket list dream of seeing a Royal Bengal Tiger, Asian Elephant, Asiatic Wild dog and other rarest of rare species that are on the verge of extinction.
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