Game viewing at Sariska, one of Rajasthan’s richest wildlife sanctuaries. Tiger spotting at Ranthambore National Park and Tiger Reserve. Ranthambore has recorded the most number of tiger sightings in the country. Game viewing at Corbett National Park, Bandhavgarh National Park and Kanha National.

DeerIndia with its diverse climate and varied terrains offers a natural habitat to a multitude of wild animals and birds. From the magnificent peacock to the gentle and gigantic elephants -they all find a home in the Indian forests. Throughout the Indian subcontinent numerous sanctuaries have been established, some small and obscure but with a definite purpose such as the Keibul Lanjoo National Park in Manipur to preserve the last refuge of the world’s rarest deer – the Sanghai or Manipur brow-antlered deer.  An example of the wild beauty available in the country Tigerscan be seen at Ranthambore. A combination of forest and scrubland in which nestle six lakes, the River Banas and its tributary making Ranthambor an ideal backdrop to see tigers. Reputed to be India’s finest the tigers at the Ranthambore National Park are almost tame, complain some visitors! The drives through the forests are spectacular. And the landscape is dotted with ruins of old Rajput palaces and hunting lodges.
Similar wildlife parks and sanctuaries spread across the country offering a fascinating experience to lovers of nature. Take refuge in the quietude and watch the beasts in their natural domain. It should be an unforgettable adventure.

15 Day Tiger viewing and Bird Watching Tour in Northern India

Best time to visit is January through April. Please contact us for details and departure dates at info@adventuresworldwide.com


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