India is home to some of the finest national parks on the planet. Its varying climatic regions allows for an abundant variety of flora, fauna and wildlife. Typical sightings including deer, leopard, langur, wild boar, rhino, elephant, buffalo and of course the elusive Bengal tiger.
We can tailor-make wildlife tours for you to all of India’s national parks. Leading parks include Ranthambhore, Kanha, Pench and Bandhavgarh all of which offer tiger tracking opportunity. And for truly unique wildlife spotting opportunities, consider Kaziranga which is home to the rare one-horned Indian rhino or Leh and Ladakh where you could catch sight of the extremely rare snow leopard!
There are very few places where this rare and enigmatic big cat can still be glimpsed in the wild. India has 25 tiger reserves and the highest density of tigers in the world... Bandhavgarh, Ranthambhore and Kanha are prime tiger conservation areas and offer the best opportunities for a sighting.
Follow the tiger trail and enter two of India’s premier tiger reserves - Pench National Park and Kanha National Park. Both host an outstanding abundance of flora and fauna and a diversity of species that only the Indian subcontinent can deliver.
Where the wild things are! Ranthambhore, Bharatpur, Bandhavgarh and Kanha National Parks. The definitive adventure for tiger and wildlife enthusiasts, this excitement-packed fortnight also takes in the legendary Taj Mahal in Agra and the historic sights of Delhi - old and new.
Looking skyward, Keoladeo National Park teems with thousands of migratory birds during the winter months, flying in from Central Asia, Siberia or China. Coupled with Kanha National Park for leopard, chital and tiger, all things wild are found on this tour.
Backing onto the forest-covered slopes of the Himalayan foothills, Corbett is one of India’s finest national parks and is known for its rich and varied wildlife including tiger, Asian elephant, species of deer, leopard, langur, wild boar and birdlife.
Situated in Assam on the banks of the mighty Brahmaputra River, with its wetlands and tall thickets Kaziranga NP supports the world's largest population of one horned rhinoceroses as well as many other mammals including the Bengal tiger, Asian elephant, leopard, species of deer, langur, buffalo and thousands of birds.