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Famous wildlife safaris in India

IamsureJul 19, 2019, 8:39:34 AM

India is blessed with rich natural beauty, from Kashmir to Kanyakumari in the south and from Arunachal Pradesh in the east to the Thar Desert in the west. In India, one can explore a wide variety of wildlife which is blessed with some of the most exciting adventurous wild sites. The best way to explore and enjoy the wildlife safari in India can be through a jeep in which one can avail various forms of safaris like camel safari in deserts while a horse safari can be used to explore the hilly landscapes and forested countryside. But the most liked safari in India is the jeep safari. It's the fastest and safest option one can have to explore the insides of a forested land.

Wildlife Safari in Kaziranga National Park

Kaziranga National Park is situated in the northeastern state of Assam, India. Covering an area of approximately 37,822ha, the region is known for its lush green vegetation full of tall thickets of elephant grasses making it an ideal habitat for the Indian one-horned Rhinos. It has the world's largest population of this wonderful creature. Besides one-horned Rhinos the other major wild attractions include a significant presence of Indian Elephants, Tigers, Indian Bison, Barasingha or Swamp Deer, Leopard Cats, Capped Langurs, Wild Boars and Buffalos, Pythons, etc.

Wildlife safari in Kerala

Kerala is situated in the southern part of India. Famous for its natural beaches, backwaters and the vast stretches of coconut trees, Kerala is truly called God's own country. Periyar National Park is the main attraction for the wildlife lovers touring Kerala. You can find a beautiful and picturesque lake right in the heart of the Periyar National Park providing a permanent source of water for the local wildlife. Though it's a Tiger reserve, Indian Elephants are the major attraction for the tourists. You can catch Elephants here in the act of playfulness. Besides the Elephants, you can also find Tigers, Gaur, Wild pigs, Barking Deer, Mouse Deer etc. Some species of primates like the rare lion-tailed Macaque, the Nilgiri Langur, Common Langur and Bonnet Macaque can also be traced here.

Wildlife safari in Rajasthan

Rajasthan is well known for its world-famous handicrafts and textiles. besides Rajasthan is the land of some of the finest Sanctuaries and National parks of India and the world. Noted among them are Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary (Keoladeo Ghana National Park), Sariska Tiger Reserve and Ranthambhor National Park .

One needs to take the help of safaris for better exploration of the wildlife safari in Rajasthan. You can choose from many options available like Camel Safari, Horse Safari, Tiger Safari, Bird safari or a Jeep Safari to easily negotiate and enjoy the vast and stretched natural habitats of Rajasthan.

Camel Safari is the popular choice for the tourists but you need to know the balancing act and getting use to the movement of the Camel. The adventure trip inside the Thar Desert is the one that you won't be able to forget your whole life.

Bird Photography Safari

It's important to know the behavior of the animals you're trying to photograph. By understanding their behavior you will have a better chance of finding them and you will be able to predict their actions.

India is a country with an unrivaled range of cultures, landscapes and birds to match. From the Himalaya worth the highest mountains in the world to the Jungles and beaches of the south, from the great Thar desert in the west to the wettest place in the northeast- India is truly a land of contrasts which never fails to surprise and fascinate the visitor.

The country's avifauna is largely oriental with a good admixture of Pale arctic elements. With more than 1220 species recorded, India hosts some 12.5% of the world's birds and nearly half of those of oriental region. The birdwatcher will find plenty to search for and study and will discover that more than just one or two trips are needed to do the indigenous birdlife justice. Approximately 150 of the species found in India are endemic to the Indian subcontinent, or nearly so. Many are relatively poorly known and some have only been seen by a handful of ornithologists, so any observation on distribution, habitat or behavior could be valuable. Join the wildlife photography Safari...accompanied by an expert with more then 10 years of birding experience in the wilds.