Wildlife Tours in India

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Unlock the doors of diverse wildlife sanctuaries and more than 99 national parks nestled in India to scout the exquisiteness of the natural world. The wildlife trip to India is amazing and wonderful, proffering you an opportunity to have a glimpse of various sorts of species. India is a favored wildlife place among wildlife enthusiasts and nature lovers. Folks from wide and far pay a visit to India to explore the rich flora and fauna. Wish to hear the roars of the wild tigers, the chirping of birds, a number of sounds made by elephants and the other important creatures? Then visit the famous national parks of India offering different adventurous activities and a chance to experience the pleasure of amazing safaris in these destinations. You can find blogs, content, articles and news on wildlife in this section.

Daroji Sloth Bear Sanctuary to Start 22 Km Safari Ride

Conserving the sloth bears and other wild animals in the Ballari district of Karnataka, Daroji Sloth Bear Sanctuary will soon begin a 22-km safari ride. The sanctuary is said to be keen on increasing tourist footfall, and making them aware about..

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Hike In Big Cat Count Attracts Tourists To Panna Tiger Reserve

A plethora of tourists visiting Panna Tiger Reserve allured by the rise in the population of tigers. There has been a notable positive difference in the footfall at Panna National Park during this tourism year, that ended on June 30. During..

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Rare Sight of Same Age Tigers Walking Together in Kanha National Park

In what is being considered as an unlikely natural instinct, two tigers of the same age were witnessed walking side by side in Kanha National Park, Madhya Pradesh. The scene stunned the onlookers as well as the forest officials. The tigers..

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Tigress and Two Cubs Spotted in Panna Tiger Reserve

Photo: Representational Image Motor drivers captured the thrilling sight of a Tigress strolling out of the Panna Tiger Reserve area with her two Cubs, passing through the Panna-Katni highway near Bandikala village in Madhya Pradesh. The video taken by the passer-by..

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Nilgiri’s Rare ‘Pale’ Tiger Photographed: Neither an Albino nor a White Tiger

The picture of a rare ‘pale’ tiger is creating a buzz amidst wildlife conservationists and enthusiasts. Photographer Nilanjan Ray happened to get lucky with spotting of what they are considering a ‘rare’ tiger in the Nilgiri Biosphere Reserve. Ray was on..

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12 Wildlife Places to Visit during Monsoon Season

“What makes a wildlife reserve winning is when the dark clouds grumble bring in heavenly rain to wash away the earthy dust. Yes! It is during this season when the ground smells of petrichor.” It is evident that, during monsoon season,..

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Bhoramdeo Wildlife Sanctuary in Chhattisgarh Recognised as a Tiger Reserve by NTCA

The National Tiger Conservation Authority (NTCA) has recognized Bhoramdeo Wildlife Sanctuary in the state of Chhattisgarh as a Tiger Reserve post five years of a proposal sent by the sanctuary’s officers. The proposal was sent to NTCA after the officers noticed..

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12 Fantastic Animals to Spot in India’s National Parks

Every holidaymaker adds spectacular beaches, snow-clad mountains and beautiful hill stations in their travel wish list. But have you ever thought of including a national park in that list? Visiting the national parks and wildlife sanctuaries in India is not only..

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Pench National Park Rejoices with an Increase in Tiger Population

Pench National Park in Madhya Pradesh happily revealed the rise in the number of Royal Bengal Tigers to 44 compared to 31 in 2016. This estimation exercise conducted jointly by Wildlife Conservation Trust (WCT) and Pench Tiger Foundation was held in..

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Endangered Caracal Species Spotted in Keoladeo for the First Time

Photo: http://bit.ly/2oKFAyw A long-legged cat species, Caracal was spotted in Keoladeo National Park (KNP) in Rajasthan. The camera trap in the national park, which was installed to record the movement of leopards, captured the very first and rare picture of caracal..

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