“Natural World- A Human’s Utopia”

The challenging and thrilling terrains of Indian impenetrable jungles always fascinates the adventure enthusiasts from around the world to plan their wildlife tours in India. It is in India that one can get diverse variety of landscape from snow dusted mountains to far stretched glittering deserts, and from mysterious wild lands to sempiternal world of ocean. The Indian wildlife sanctuaries and national parks are home to some of the rarest and endangered species of flora and fauna. Scattered in different regions of the country, these are an ultimate delight for the adventure enthusiast and wildlife photographers.

In India here are a total of 88 National Parks and 490 Wildlife Sanctuaries in the country which give shelter to over 390 species of mammals, 455 reptile’s species, 210 amphibian’s species, 1,230 species of birds and 3,000 insect’s species. These give ample reason to millions of wildlife enthusiasts, ornithologists, researchers and adventure vacationers from different corners of the world to visit the country every year.

In the Indian state of Madhya Pradesh, Bandhavgarh National Park is the most renowned as one of the best tiger reserves in Asia. Adding a pinch of mysteriousness to your tour to India, Bandhavgarh Fort is a must visit destination which speaks of this place’s thousands of year old history. Just few kilometers away from Bandhavgarh is situated the Gir National Park, a home to the valorous Asiatic lions. Beside, the last habitat of the Asiatic lions, Gir also gives shelter to diverse wild species like ratel, rusty spotted cat, pangolin, ruddy mongoose, civets, paradise fly catcher etc.

In the northern and north western part of India, there are some wildlife sanctuaries which are renowned worldwide for preserving some of the most exquisite species of mammals. The Ranthambore National Park, Bharatpur National Park and Jim Corbett National Park are the most visited adventure destinations in India. People visit Ranthambore National Park in Rajasthan for it has offered a safe shelter to the exclusive royal Bengal tigers which are also in the verge of extinction. The mighty Himalayas also is a home to some of the well known national parks in north India that includes Valley of Flowers and Nanda Devi. For the bird watchers, the Keoladeo National Park in Rajasthan is an ideal destination. It is India’s best known bird sanctuary. Stretched in an area of 28.7 sq. kilometers, it is a mixture of wetland, woodland, grass and shrub which houses around 400 plus species of birds. Though cycle rickshaws are available on rent, but the best way to explore this exquisitely beautiful land of the high-flyers is on foot. Apart from the birds, you will also get a chance to view some of the precious varieties of animals in this wild land.

To make the wildlife tours in India all the more adventurous and to add on the pinch of luxury to it, various master players of hospitality industry have opened up their jungle resorts in these wild destinations. These wildlife resorts in India offers five start facilities and services in the terrains of the impenetrable woodlands. If you want to experience a real thrill, you can also enjoy a stay in the tree houses which are the best hideaways during a jungle safari.

Author's Bio: 

Mike Budhani is avid traveler and Editor of India pilgrimage tours. Mike is an expert in finding the best travel option across India and has same passion for writing on travel topic offering travel advice on a range of issues which include when, where and how to travel along with advice on finding best deals ,option and destinations for a vacations in India. His area of expertise includes but is not limited to Wildlife Tours in India, India Pilgrim tours and thematically tour and travel segment. He have more expert writer than this.