Pench National Park and Tiger Reserve Named after the pristine Pench River, Pench Tiger Reserve is located in Chhindwara and Seoni districts of Madhya Pradesh which border on the state of Maharashtra. The Pench river flows right through the middle...
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Tiger Safari in India
We have created specialized safari tours for Tiger, Black Panther, & Wildlife specifically based on our guests’ interests and recommendations.
Our Tiger tours are for Big Cats Lovers from across the globe and they are most popular among all our tours.
Melanistic Leopard or Black Panther Tour targets tracking the Black Panther for our guests.
And the Wildlife Safari Tours are for wildlife and nature lovers across the globe concentrates on the beauty of jungle and wildlife in India
Big Cats of India
Royal Bengal Tiger, Asiatic Lion, Indian Leopard, Melanistic Leopard (Black Panther), Snow Leopard, Clouded leopard, Jungle Cat, Fishing Cat and more. India is home to 15 species of big wild cats.
Top Tiger Safari Tours in India
With more than 100 National Parks and 50 Tiger Reserves, India is no doubt one of the most prominent countries when it comes to big cats and tiger safaris.
If you wanna see the Royal Bengal Tiger roaming freely into the wild, you must visit India. India hosts a total of 2967 Tigers which is more than 70% of the total remaining tigers in the world. Some of the most amazing places in India to see the tiger are Pench National Park, Bandhavgarh National Park, Tadoba Tiger Reserve, Corbett Tiger Reserve, Ranthambore National Park, and Kanha Tiger Reserve.
Pench Tiger Safari
Tadoba Tiger Safari
Bandhavgarh Tiger Safari
Ranthambore Tiger Safari
Kanha Tiger Safari
Kabini Black Panther Tour
69% of the travelers will be more loyal to the service providers who personalized their travel experience. Our wildlife safari tours in India are completely personalized based on your preferences. Let us know about your tailored recommendations before booking with us.
Being ‘real’ and ‘true’ is what we are. We don’t make fake promises to our guests when it comes to wildlife tourism. Most of our tours are created with a lot of research and personal experiences from our wildlife experts, guides, and photographers.
We make sure that our guest enjoys their stay along with the safari expedition in both our Delux and Luxury Packages. We, therefore, handpick all our accommodation partners and ensure supportive and friendly staff in all our hotels and resorts.
Sustainable tourism is important when we are doing tourism activity in the core areas of a country. We have to meet the need of tourists & local communities both without compromising as it results in a benefit for the social, economic, natural, & cultural environments of the area.
Top National Parks of India
India has over 100 national parks, 105 to be specific. With its most biodiverse ecosystem, India is a hot spot for wildlife and nature lovers across the globe. These 105 Parks are home to more than 91000 species of animals, Royal Bengal Tiger being one of the apex predators and among the biggest big cat in India.
The first national park was established in India in 1936. It was the Hailey National Park in Uttarakhand. Today, we know it as the Jim Corbett National Park. Since then India has notified 105 National Parks. Some of the most amazing national parks in India to get a glimpse of the majestic big cats are Bandhavgarh, Pench, Ranthambore, Jim Corbett, Kanha, and Gir National Park.
India is home to some of the driest and some of the greenest forests, It has dry deciduous landscapes in Ranthambore, whereas the Corbett has some of the fantastic landscapes in the foothill of the Himalayas, and Kanha remains the evergreen sal forest in the heart of India. Most of these forests in India are perfect for a wildlife leisure holiday with fantastic wildlife sightings.
Ranthambore National Park is the pride of Rajasthan Wildlife Tourism. It has never disappointed a wildlife lover or nature enthusiast. It won’t disappoint you. Ranthambore Tiger Reserve which is also now a National Park falls in the Sawai Madhopur...
India is a diverse country endowed with rich and unique species of flora and fauna. This vivid variation of the wildlife can be experienced first hand in the splendid National Parks of India. India ranks third in the number of National Parks. These...
Periyar National Park is a national park located at Kerala in the Idukki and Quilon districts, while it is one among the 50 tiger reserves in India. It is often called by the other name as Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary or Thekkady. Situated high in...
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Indian Leopard or Leopards are elusive and one of the most beautiful and most loved Big Cat among all the Big Cat Species. This feline is ‘smaller’ as compared to the other member of the big cat family. Indian Leopard can adapt itself to varying...
Maharashtra is proto–a paradise for any high spirited traveller. Monuments, caves, beaches, river banks, forest areas, wildlife reserves, tiger reserves, world heritage sites, religious pilgrimage. Name any kind of tourist destination and you will...
India is a land of forest and a variety of wildlife species are living in the Indian jungle, Indian jungles are also home to some of the most endangered wildlife species. This makes India a perfect destination for jungle safari, tiger safari, or...
Nagpur is said to be the tiger capital of India, That’s because there is a wide range of forest areas, national parks, wildlife sanctuaries and tiger reserve within 200 km range of Nagpur and most of them are famous for the Big Cats sighting in...
What are the probability of spotting a Bengal Tiger in Wildlife Safari?
Spotting a tiger in a tiger safari is purely a matter of luck. We have to be present at the right spot at the right timing to increase our chances of spotting a Tiger. Nobody can guarantee a Tiger in a single safari and therefore we have designed our tours based on our expertise in the selected forest range from selected gates of Tiger Parks to increase the chances of spotting a Royal Bengal Tiger in our tours.
Which are the top National Parks for Tiger Safari in India?
The top parks include Bandhavgarh National Park, Tadoba Tiger Reserve, Pench National Park, Ranthambore National Park, Corbett Tiger Reserve, and Kanha National Park.
During the Wildlife Safari in India, Do we stay inside the park or outside?
Most of the National Parks and Tiger Reserve in India do not permit to stay in the core area of the parks, other than Corbett Tiger Reserve. Tourist generally stays in Lodges or Resorts in the buffer area of the parks near the entry gates.