Experiencing Wildlife Tours in India
India is the country with the largest number of national parks in the world. Aware of its wealth, it has put in place structures to preserve it.The country’s tropical climate is favorable for dense forest growth and therefore favors various species of fauna and flora. Contact us for your Wildlife tour packages in India, and one of our Indian expert will be in touch with you.
India has one of the richest biodiversity’s in the world, with about 400 species of mammals, 1250 species of birds, 500 species of reptiles, 340 species of amphibians and 3000 species of fish. The country has 100 national parks and 500 nature reserves, which cover about 5% of the territory.
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India is best known for its tigers, elephants, rhinos, leopards, bears and monkeys. But other species rub shoulders with them, including an incredible amount of colorful birds.The iconic animal of India is the tiger and its national bird, the peacock.
Suggestions of Wildlife Tour Packages in India
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Tourism is a great way to experience new things in the world. The beauty of this world is spread in every corner instead of being concentrated in one country only. India is blessed with wildlife in this aspect. Wildlife tours in India are very common for this reason.
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Our wildlife tour packages will let you explore exotic animals that can be found in India. The Bengal Tigers are only found in Bangladesh and India. Our wildlife tour packages include visits to places where these tigers can be seen. Tigers, in general, are endangered. However, 70% of the world’s tigers are in India. There are 48 tiger reserves in the country so you’ll see plenty of these big cats here.
Then among these is the greater one-horned rhinoceros. It is also known as the Indian rhinoceros. This animal is found in the foothills of the Himalayas in India and Nepal. There was a steep decline in the number of these rhinoceroses a few years ago due to poaching of their horns. However, recently, steps have been taken to preserve them. You can find out more about their background and current statistics during your wildlife tour in India.
Get the glimpses of the wonderful Wildlife in Central India from this video issued by Madhya Pradesh Tourism Department.
Snow leopards are a beauty you’ll find in the Himalayan area. These animals live in rocky regions, hence the thick and long fur. Its 100cm long tail will help you identify them. Finding snow leopard isn’t easy. For one, they live in rugged terrains where only professionally planned trips can go. Moreover, in the past 2 decades, there has been a 20% reduction in the snow leopard population due to loss of habitat.
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