About the Experience

India is home to some of the most amazing wildlife spreading across all regions of the country. Much of these wildlife is native and making up for one more reason to visit all of this wildlife. To protect the same many national parks and sanctuaries have been developed namely being

Ranthambore National Park :- Named after the ranthambore fortress inside the park, it is one of the largest wildlife national park and home to the tiger, crocodiles and leopards.

Kanha Tiger reserve:- Stituated in the vast expanse of land in Madhya Pradesh it is home to the tigers, jackals and wild pigs

Bandhavgarh Tiger reserve :- Home to the biggest population of Royal Bengal tigers, the tiger reserve is in the state of Madhya Pradesh consisting of multiple species of tigers from the royal ones to the white tigers.

Pench Tiger reserve:- Home to the wide population of tigers, Pench tiger reserve based out in Madhya Pradesh is one of the best managed national parks of India. The reserve also  provides with a facility of rafting as well

Kaziranga National park:- Home to the one horned rhinoceros and one of the largest nation park of India and is based out in Assam. It is a world heritage site housing more than two thirds of the one horned rhinoceros in the world

Wayanad wildlife sanctuary:- Home to some of the rare and endangered species, the wayanad wildlife sanctuary in the state of kerala is home to elephants, bisons and tigers.

Mudumalai tiger reserve:- In the state of Tamil Nadu its tiger reserve among the Nilgiri hills and houses a considerable tiger population

Gir National Park :- Home to the Asiatic lions biggest popoluation, the National park is housed in the state of Gujarat and is one of the best regions in the world to see the lions in their natural habitat

Bandipur national park:- One of the biggest national parks in India, The bandipur national park in the state of Karnataka houses the population of tigers, elephants and others

Tadoba Andhari tiger reserve:- The oldest and largest national park of Maharashtra, the tadoba andhari tiger reserve houses local tiger population and was part of India’s project tiger initiative

Nagarhole National Park:- Located in the state of Karnataka, the national park is the 37th project tiger initiative in India.