Wild Life Safaries
The wildlife safaris in India cover the renowned Jim Corbett National Park and its extension Rajaji National Park, Ranthambhore, Panchmari, Bandhavgarh, Gir and many more. The visit to these national forests will give you a perfect opportunity to view tigers, leopards, Asian elephants, all antelopes with score of small wild animals and more than 500 varieties of migratory and other types of birds. The bio-diversity of Indian wild life is in itself an attraction and this is the most important reason why naturalists and animal lovers as well as wild life photographers from all over the world come here.
Theme tourism has become a fad and there are people who are willing to go that extra yard to actually make their tour a memorable one. Animal Safari has been a very popular way of touring some of the most difficult to access regions of India. This inhospitable topography has, however, only helped in increasing the interest of the tourists. The jungles of India are the ideal places to visit on the back of camels, elephants or horses.
Thar desert, stretching across most of Rajasthan provides a fine camel riding territory. The ponderous and generally unattractive creatures, often can irritate you will odious smell but you will develop an instant liking for the beast once you climb on the top of it to explore the vast and variegated landscape. If you are interest in camel safari, you will have to go to Rajasthan. This westernmost state of India can apparently look dull and monotonous but you will have to step deeper to unravel the overwhelming sights and sounds, colors and fragrance of the beautiful country. The music, the food, the color and the comforting warmth of the blazing bonfire on a chilling winter night in the desert is worth a visit on the back of a camel.
There are people for whom the horses are an addiction and passion. The love for horses manifests itself in their interest in horse safari. India is a perfect place for a horse safari expedition. The trails of Himalayan foothills, the arid and rugged landscape of Rajasthan as well as the undulating plateaus and forests of Southern India provide for perfect setting to embark on a horse safari. In India there are some of the finest breeds of horses. These horses are well groomed and trained to take tourists safely through otherwise treacherous trails. The organizers also select the trails meticulously to give tourists diversity and charm.
Among the places that are famous for Elephant Safari, the mangrove forest of Sundarban and the tiger parks of Uttaranchal and Nepal are famous. Not just in the dense jungle of central and northern India or in the marshy swamps of eastern India, these elephants play a crucial role in the attracting tourism in the north-eastern part of the country. In the grasslands of the Kaziranga National Park, the elephants are the mainstay for the tourists who love to see rhinos at large. Down south, the sanctuaries like Periyar and Nagarahole are famous of hosting a large population of elephants.