India Wildlife Tourism

Incredible variations in geography, climate and vegetation of India give birth to exciting and exotic diversity in habitat and wildlife. Indian topography begets wide spectrum of landscape and wildlife. India Wildlife Tourism, an online Indian wildlife travel agency, offers relevant information regarding awe-inspiring wildlife diversity of India.

Growing population, expanding vegetation and fast-paced urbanization have certainly put pressure on existing forests and their wildlife ecosystem. Not only floral diversity started diminishing, but also several wildlife species came on to the verge of extinction. In order to conserve the bio-diversity of India, about 80 national parks and 441 wildlife sanctuaries have been carved out to ensure natural and secure habitat to various species.

The Project Tiger endeavour was started in concerted manner in 1973 and resulted in great success of conservation of tiger and Indian wildlife. 23 national parks and wildlife sanctuaries have been brought into the fold of Project Tiger.

Indian national parks and wildlife sanctuaries cover almost every type of terrain like tropical forests of western Himalayas, deciduous jungles on Himalayan foothills, marshy swamplands in the deltas of Ganga and Brahmaputra in east India, forests of Western Ghats, desert of Rajasthan etc. Explore fascinating floral and faunal diversity by opting any India wildlife tour packages. Ask for tailor made India wildlife tour to spot and photograph species of your choice among more than 350 species of mammals, 2100 kinds of birds, 350 species of reptiles and countless insects.

Various kinds of wildlife tour experiences are on offer. In Jaisalmer, one can experience camel safari. In Ranthambhore Tiger Reserve, a tourist can enjoy jeep safari. In Bandhavgarh Tiger Reserve, Kanha National Park and Jim Corbett National Park one can enjoy elephant safari. So, a wildlife enthusiast can fulfill his desire of spotting herds of wild elephant, deer, a rhino or even a tiger in their natural habitat.