Thursday, November 25, 2010

Wildlife Tours in India




India has many exotic and fascinating wildlife destinations. Wildlife India tours offers packages to the National Parks and Wildlife Sanctuaries of India. Travel to a lush tropical jungle and watch the Tigers and Elephants in the wilderness. Hear the sound of a Panther snarling in the jungle, feel the earth rumble as a Rhino charges past, and marvel at the graceful sight of Cranes and Flamingoes in flight around their nesting grounds in the wildlife sanctuaries in India.

India has 80 National Parks and 441 wildlife sanctuaries. When you travel to India you can see a large number of tigers, elephants and rhinos in the wild. Other exotic animals that you will see are leopards, snow leopards, the red panda, sloth bears, nilgai, gharial, and many species of deer, monkeys and birds. Whether it's the animals, birds, butterflies or the unique vegetation of the sanctuaries of India, you're sure to see unforgettable sights on your journey with Wildlife Tours in India.


There are so many wild life tours in India. You may choose from the following Wildlife Tours:

* Horse Safari
* Camel Safari
* Elephant Safari
* India Jungle Tour
* Coast to Mountain
* The Wild Adventure
* The Lure of Jungle
* Bird Watching Tour
* India Wildlife Tour
* Wildlife Tour in India
* Corbett Adventure Tour
* Indian Elephant Safari Tour
* South India Wildlife Tour
* North India Fishing Tour
* North East India Wildlife Tour
* Wildlife Safari Tour in India

3 comments:

  1. India's wildlife is both rich and varied. More than 4% of India's land is under forest cover- there are at least 90 national parks and 482 wildlife sanctuaries. The country is one of the 12 mega diversity areas in the world, in terms of animal. Wildlife Tours India

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  2. Wow.. this is such a nice blog who give me idea about India wildlife tours. i am very thankful to this blog post.

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  3. If any one loving of wildlife and nature than India is favorite destination. It offer tour to reservations and sanctuaries of Bandhavgarh, Pench, Kanha, and Ranthambore. Please visit:-

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