Wildlife in India
Tours Pvt. Ltd. takes you on wildlife tours to dense woods and deep wilderness
crisscrossed with silver strips of rivers and streams that offer a natural
habitat to a variety of wild animals and bird species. Over the years
for various reasons quite a few animal and bird species are on the verge
of extinction and have been identified and labeled as endangered species.
The Government of India has established a number National Parks and Bio
Reserves with the objective of trying to prevent these endangered animals
from completely disappearing from the Earth's surface due to the disruption
of their natural habitats.
Swagatam Tours and Travels offers to take you on wildlife vacations to
any one of the wildlife sanctuaries located in different parts of India.
Enjoy your wildlife vacations at any of the wildlife sanctuaries or National
Parks of India and admire the exotic flora and fauna that you come across.
Take jeep safaris or elephant rides to the jungles or you could even course
the forest trails on bicycles or on foot at certain wildlife sanctuaries.
Enjoy game watching and observe wildlife animals and birds in their natural
habitats with Swagatam Tours and Travels.
Bandhavgarh National Park
The Bandhavgarh National Park is located over an area of 448 square kilometers
generously covered with Bamboo and Sal forests and other vegetation such
as dhobin, Sali and saj.
Tours Pvt. Ltd. offers to take you wildlife safaris to the Ranthambore
National Park located in Sawai Madhopur in Rajasthan, India that is situated
at a distance of 145 kilometers from Jaipur, Rajasthan, India that was
once the hunting ground of the Maharaja of Jaipur, Rajasthan, India. Luxury
Indian Vacations offers you tailor made tour packages that take you to
Ranthambore that has the distinction of being one of the largest Tiger
reserves in India. The main reason that led to the establishment of this
wildlife national park was to protect the dying tiger population in India.
The Ranthambore forest was declared as a wildlife park in the year 1955
and was accorded the status of a Tiger reserve in the year 1984.
Swagatam Tours Pvt. Ltd. wildlife vacation to the Ranthambore National
Park opens up an enchanting wilderness covered with dense forests, bushes,
scrubs and dotted with ancient ruins where you can spot wild animals and
grazers. Dhok trees dominate the Ranthambore vegetation and are integral
to the lifestyle of the local tribes as these trees provide fodder for
the domestic animals. The other trees that dominate the Ranthambore forests
include peepal, mango and banyan trees. Certain banyan trees in these
parts are more than 700 years old.
While on your Ranthambore tours with Luxury Indian Vacations you get an
opportunity to visit the scenic waterholes, gurgling streams that flow
over stunted bushes. Some of the popular animals found at the Ranthambore
National Park include tiger, elephants, sambhar, leopards, nilgai, langur,
Asiatic deer, jungle cat, caracal and other animals.
You can easily spot rare migratory, woodland and water birds at the Ranthambore
Wildlife Sanctuary. Some of the popularly sighted birds at the Ranthambore
Wildlife Sanctuary include spoonbills, parakeets, quail, storks, kingfishers,
Indian horned owl, partridges, geese, ducks, owls and other birds. There
are a large number of peacocks at the Ranthambore National Park in Madhya
KANHA NATIONAL PARK
and spend your vacations on an exciting and thrilling wildlife safari
at the Kanha National Park located in Mandla, Madhya Pradesh, India. Majorly
a Tiger Reserve Kanha is located on a sprawling area of 1,945 square kilometers
of which 940 kilometers happens to be the core area and the rest of the
land is the park's buffer zone. Located at a distance of 169 kilometers
from Jabalpur, Madhya Pradesh, India the Kanha National Park offers a
natural home to varied wildlife species. Luxury Indian Vacations arranges
for you to go on jeep safaris to the interiors of this national park with
its nature rich environs so that you can closely watch wild animals in
their natural habitat.
The Surpan River meanders across the grasslands, valleys, hills and serves
as a natural water source to the different species of animals and birds
that stay here. Vegetation and flora at the Kanha National Park varies
with altitude. Large meadows dotted with Sal groves and dense forests
give way to bamboo clusters on the higher reaches and as you climb higher
you come across tropical mixed forests. The top of the ridges break into
acres of grasslands dotted with clusters of trees.
The ideal time to go on luxury wildlife safaris to the Kanha National
Park in Mandla, Madhya Pradesh, India would be during the months of January
through June. Though the Kanha National Park is home to quite a few bird
species it is hard to spot them in these dense forests. You can easily
spot animals such as deer, barasingha, wild boar, chital, blackbuck, sambar
The bird species that make the Kanha National Park their home are woodpeckers,
herons, teals, warblers, quails, babblers, pipits, cormorants, drongos,
shrikes, flycatchers, black-winged kite, nightjar, kestrel, doves, barn
owl, lagger, white eyed buzzard, crested honey buzzard, swallows, mynahs,
egrets, parakeets, shaheen falcon, serpent eagle, sparrows, pigeons, brown
fish owl and shikra.
Kanha National Park in Mandla, Madhya Pradesh, India is home to wild animals
such as the Indian porcupine, leopard, sloth bear, jungle cat, hyena,
chausingha and nilgai, tiger, gaur, mongoose, dhole, hare and muntjac
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Tours Pvt. Ltd. takes you to the Bandhavgarh National Park situated in
Sahdol in the heart of Madhya Pradesh, India. Tucked away in the Vindhyachal
ranges the Bandhavgarh National Park has dense forests, swamps and undulating
stretches of grasslands that provide the ideal habitat for wild animals
like the tiger, Chinkaras, Leopard, Chausinghas, Dholes, Porcupines, Indian
Bison, Jungle Cats, Ratels, Boars, Nilgais and Gaur. The Bandhavgarh National
Park is located over an area of 448 square kilometers generously covered
with Bamboo and Sal forests and other vegetation such as dhobin, Sali
The marshy areas at the Bandhavgarh National Park form the perfect area
for the lovely water birds that make this flora rich national park their
home. This wildlife sanctuary is teeming with different species of birds.
Swagatam Tours Pvt. Ltd. offers to arrange for the necessary entry permit
to enter the Bandhavgarh National Park that is available at the Park's
main entrance. Visitors are not allowed to enter the Bandhavgarh National
Park during the monsoon season and therefore the perfect time to visit
this wildlife sanctuary is during the months of November to June.
At one point of time in history the Bandhavgarh forests served as the
hunting preserve of the Rewa royalty. This wildlife area was designated
as a National Park in the year 1968.
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tiny bird sanctuary located on the Delhi-Jaipur highway has an interesting
history. This area used to be the royal hunting preserve of the erstwhile
Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary
Come and watch exotic birds like the spoonbills and Siberian cranes that
visit the 40 square kilometer swampy Bharatpur bird sanctuary during the
winter months. Luxury Indian Vacations offers to take you to the Bharatpur
Bird Sanctuary that is popularly known as the Keoladeo Ghana National
Park. Keoladeo is an ancient temple that is situated at the center of
the Bharatpur bird sanctuary. This tiny bird sanctuary located on the
Delhi-Jaipur highway has an interesting history. This area used to be
the royal hunting preserve of the erstwhile Bharatpur royalty. The rulers
of Bharatpur held annual duck shoots in the area every year and in fact
the bird shooting exploits of the visiting guests and dignitaries have
been recorded on engraved stone plaques near the ancient Keoladeo temple.
This wildlife park was notified as a bird sanctuary in the post independence
period and was declared as a national park in the year 1982.
The beat way to spot exotic bird species at the Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary
is to carry a set of binoculars and course the well defined wooded trails
on foot or on bicycles. Take boat rides on the lakes located within the
Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary and spot colorful bird species such as cranes,
hawks, geese, pelicans, buntings, flycatchers, pipits, wagtails, larks,
eagles, stints, shanks, ducks and warblers, spoonbills.
Apart from the more than 300 bird species that make the Bharatpur Bird
Sanctuary their home this national park is home to quite a few wild animals
such as the Sambar, Chital, Nilgai and others.
Tours Pvt. Ltd. offers you online tour packages for those interested in
wildlife tours and tiger spotting to the Corbett National Park located
in Uttaranchal, India. Situated at a distance of 297 kilometers from Delhi,
India at a height of about 1,200 meters above the sea level. The right
time to go on wildlife safaris to this large wildlife national park is
during the months of October to June. The Corbett National Park was initially
named after Sir Malcolm Hailey who was the Governor of the United Provinces
in British India but later this wildlife park was renamed after Jim Corbett-the
celebrated hunter-author-naturalist-photographer. Corbett has the distinction
of being the first Indian National Park that was established in the year
Swagatam Tours Pvt. Ltd. take you to the Corbett National Park located
on the Himalayan foothills, rich in flora and fauna. The vegetation in
this area consists mainly of a variety of trees and shrubs such as Shisham,
Sal, Bakli, Khair, Gurail, Lantana shrubs and Bamboo trees. These dense
forests and undergrowth provide a natural habitat to wild animals and
birds such as elephants, sambar, muntjac, chinkara, pada, gazelle, chital,
monkeys, reptiles and more than 585 bird species such as flycatchers,
parakeets, robins, babblers, bulbuls, Indian Pied hornbill, cuckoos, Great
Pied hornbill, warblers and finches.
A great way to spot wildlife at the Corbett National Park is to go on
elephant or jeep safaris. Watch animals in their natural habitat and be
pleasantly surprised at the natural wonders that are an integral part
of the plant and animal kingdom
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