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Wildlife Safaris

India offers a variety of habitat for wildlife ranging from Corbett, Bandhavgarh, Kanha and Ranthambore famous for the tiger to Rajaji and Madhumalai Parks famous for their Asiatic elephants. Gir is famous for the Asiatic Lion, Kaziranga for the one-horned rhinoceros and Bharat pur for its avi-fauna.

Wildlife Safaris

A commitment to preserve the environment forms the basis of all our forays into the jungles that are conducted on elephant back, by jeep, in a boat or on foot with trained naturalists. Our trips are usually based from lodges or rest houses by the park with good food and service. Earthy coloured clothes – khaki or jungle greens are recommended while on safari.

The Corbett Adventure / Itinerary

Jim Corbett National Park is located in the northern part of the state of Uttar Pradesh. It is named in honor of the legendary hunter turned naturalist, author and photographer, Jim Corbett, who had helped in demarcating the boundaries and setting up the park. It was in this area that he had shot the dreaded “man-eaters”, the notorious Kanda man eater being one of them. His books on these thrilling true life adventures – “The Man eaters of Kumaon” and the “Man eating Leopard of Rudraprayag” are perennial best sellers, well known all over the world. Once, a popular hunting ground of the British, this 201 square mile park is today the home to a variety of flora and fauna. It is famous for its population of Royal Bengal Tigers, leopards and Asian elephants. Corbett National Park is India’s first national park and is the first sanctuary to come under Project Tiger, started to protect the tiger population of India. With the help of the World Wildlife Fund, Project Tiger was launched in Corbett National Park in 1973.

BEST TIME November- April

Duration 3 days/ 2 nights


The Rajaji Wildlife Safari / Itinerary

In 1983, three sanctuaries in the Shivalik –Chilla, Rajaji and Motichur– were merged into a large protected area and were jointly named Rajaji National Park after the famous freedom fighter Lt. Shri Rajagopalachari. Spread over an area of over 800 sq. kms, the park is a magnificent ecosystem nestled in the Shivalik ranges. With the Ganga River flowing through, the park is the beginning of the vast Indo-Gangetic plains.

BEST TIME November- May

Duration 3 days/ 2 nights

Discover Bandhavgarh National Park / Itinerary

Bandhavgarh National Park is unequaled by any other park in India as far as wildlife sightings are concerned. With a core area of 105 sq.km. and a buffer zone of 437 sq kms, this reserve forest is home to leopards, sloth bears, various deer and wild pigs apart from tigers. In the centre of the park is a huge granite outcrop that until 1726 housed the great fort of the Maharaja of Rewa at the top. This magnificent fort which covered the whole of the plateau is now a deserted ruin that looks down on the park some 500m below and provides a fantastic backdrop to the national park.

BEST TIME November- April

Duration 5 days/ 4 nights


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Shivpuri Village, Uttarakhand

Shivpuri Village, Uttarakhand

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Opposite Shivpuri Village, Uttarakhand

Opposite Shivpuri Village, Uttarakhand

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Haridwar, Uttarakhand

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