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  • India offers a varied spectrum of wild habitats rich with exotic animals, a veritable pallet of plant species and rare treasures for the nature lovers. The premier Wildlife reserves and National Parks are well preserved and equipped with comfortable accommodation and guided jeep and elephant Safaris. India is home to a large number of rare and endangered species of animals. The India experience is incomplete without a journey to at least a few of the 89 National Parks, 18 bio reserves and 400 plus Wildlife reserves in the countrsy.
    • A wildlife enthusiast's delight, Kaziranga National Park located in the state of Assam is rich in its bio diversity of both flora and fauna. Known primarily as the home for a large population of Single Horned Rhinoceros, it is a large expanse of forest land with varied landscapes – grasslands, wetlands and heavily wooded areas. Explore the many tourist circuits depending on your interest on Jeep and Elephant Safaris while staying within the National Park Area in Jungle lodges. Stop by at one of the many tea estates in the area for sampling of famous Assam Tea.
    • One of the oldest Wildlife Conservatories in India, in the state of Uttarakhand in Northern India, this is nestled between the Himalayas and the Terai region. Set up to protect the Bengal Tiger, it is home to several species of fauna and also attracts bird watchers. The Reserve is divided into five tourist zones. Tourists can undertake Jeep safaris, stay at accommodations ranging from basic budget category to luxury resorts. Trek along the trekking paths, relax amidst lush greenery and streams in the lap of nature. Club your Corbett visit with a short stay at the hill station of Nainital or river rafting down the rapids near Rishikesh
    • A popular Wildlife Reserve in the state of Madhya Pradesh in Central India, Bandhavgarh is known to have a high density of tiger population and one of the top spots for sighting a tiger. It is one of the last remaining havens for the endangered Royal Bengal Tiger. This wildlife reserve which was earlier a game reserve for the Maharaja of Rewa is set in the valleys and hills of the Vindhya mountain ranges and half of it covered by Sal forests. Be part of guided wildlife safaris which includes trekking, jeep/canter Safaris, jungle camps, bird watching and folk dance. You can also visit the ruins of ancient temples and the Bandhavgarh fort which is within the Wildlife reserve area.
    • The Ranthambore is a renowned National Park famous for its tigers and located in the Sawai Madhopur District of the State of Rajasthan. Other wild animals that can be seen in their natural surroundings in the dry deciduous forests are chital, leopard, nilgai, hyena, sambar and several species of birds. The majestic 10th century Ranthambore Fort towers over the park. There are Hindu and Jain temples inside the fort. You can also see the Padam Talao, a lake within the Park with the red sandstone Jogi Mahal and a gigantic Banyan tree near it. Wildlife Safaris are organised inside the park and there is no dearth of accommodation to suit your budget in and around the park.
    • The Bandipur National Park is a Tiger Reserve under the Project Tiger in the Southern State of Karnataka near Mysore. It is situated at the confluence of the Eastern and Western Ghats and supports a rich diversity of wildlife including tigers, leopard, elephant chital, sambar, grey langurs and a variety of birds and plant species among others. The vegetation of the area is dry deciduous in nature. Lodging and Safaris to promote Eco Tourism is undertaken. This Park is part of the Nilgiri Bioreserve together with the adjoining Nagarhole National Park, Madumalai National Park and Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary.