Renowned Ranthambore, Kipling’s Kanha and Keoladeo’s Birding Paradise
Though its historical, religious and cultural treasures often take center stage, India’s copious wildlife offers a wealth of opportunities for discovery. Whether you are at the foot of the Himalayas or in the heart of the jungle, a wildlife tour in India provides a captivating collection of creatures rarely seen anyplace else. As you explore these wild places of India, it becomes clear that this is more than just spotting animals—it is an immersive adventure.
With a varied landscape perfect for a wildlife tour, India has places where you can experience the singular, pulse-pounding anticipation of seeing a majestic creature that can only rarely be seen in nature. Places like Ranthambore National Park, the famous park in Rajasthan which offers not only impressive wildlife like tigers, but a 10th century fort as well as ancient cenotaphs. Or Kanha National Park, the wildlife-rich inspiration for Rudyard Kipling’s The Jungle Book. Travelers also flock to India for its spectacular birding at places like Keoladeo National Park—home to more than 350 species of beautiful birds—as well as many other parks noted for their avian denizens.
Jeep Safaris in Kaziranga and Adventurous Jungle Walks in Periyar
You can also go on a jeep safari in Kaziranga National Park, an UNESCO World Heritage Site that is the best place in the world to see a one horned rhinoceros (there are over 1,000 of them). You can also find wild elephants, sambar, hog deer, wild pigs, and plenty of other species here. Or adventure down to Periyar, a popular wildlife sanctuary in South India where you may marvel at the hulking might of Asian elephants and the swift grace of flying squirrels on jungle walks or lake cruises.
India’s wild wonders await. Whether you’d like to explore Corbett, Bandavgarh, Sunderbans, Gir, Panna, Nagarhole, or any of the other 102 National Parks, Geringer Global Travel can make your adventure tour to India a spectacular one.