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From Gorillas to Dolphins, to sea shells, to Royal Bengal tigers, our wildlife holidays Delhi Car Rentt will enable you to watch the Earth's most amazing animals. All of our wildlife holidays are from responsible wildlife specialists that support wildlife conservation & local people. Wildlife tour in India is full of adventure as it gives you an opportunity to visit several Eco parks and wildlife reserves which house a large number of fauna and flora. Our 16 days wildlife tour package will enable you to experience the joy of discovering some of the best Eco parks and wildlife reserve
Wrapping the animals and adventurous destinations like Corbett, Ranthambore, Bharatpur, Khajuraho, Bandhavgarh and Kanha, you will have ample of opportunity to relish the thrill of visiting so many adventurous wildlife destinations with Delhi Car Rent . Places covered in our tour itinerary will be Delhi, Corbett, Ranthambore, Bharatpur, Agra, Khajuraho, Bandhavgarh, Kanha, Nagpur and Mumbai.
Set up in 1936, Corbett National Park is India's first wild life national. Spread in a large area of around 600 square km, with a varying landscape, ranging from 400 to 1200 m above sea level, this park is named after Jim Corbett, a renowned wild life conservationist. Located in the foothills of Himalayas in Uttranchal, this place is a must visit for wild life lovers and enthusiasts. For a trip to this destination, kindly send us a query here.Ranthambore National Park
Ranthambore National Park is a globally recognized forest in central India. Located inside India's state of Rajasthan, it is bordered by the Vindhya and Arawali hill ranges and lies close to the external periphery of Thar Desert. The complete area of 390 sq km is located 500 m above sea level and is an extensive expanse of wilderness and vegetation. Formerly a hunting land of the Maharaja of Jaipur, Ranthambore was affirmed a recreation sanctuary in 1955. In 1980s, it turned into a national park and was listed amongst the reserves sheltered underneath Project Tiger (1973). For a trip to this destination, kindly send us a query here...
The Kanha basin and the Kanha national park are extended over an area of 940 sq km at an elevation of 450-900 m above sea level, and positioned in the Indian state of Madhya Pradesh. The park is situated in the center of India and is famous for Tigers. For a trip to this destination, kindly send us a query her
The Periyar National Park & Tiger reserve is among the most fascinating wildlife parks in the globe. Located inside the boundaries of the Western Ghats in the southern Indian state of Kerala, it extends over 350 sq Kms region. It is one of the 18 reserves under Project Tiger. Periyar is a national park as well as a sheltered tiger reserve, whose entire area is about 778 km sq, and is located 1200 to 1800 m above sea level. The topography ranges from mountainous to even plain areas at the boundaries of the artificial lake, which is a key visitor draw. For a trip to this destination, kindly send us a query here
The Bandipur National Park is a stunning jungle reserve situated in the southern Indian state of Karnataka. It lies in the outline of the Western Ghats on the Deccan highland, and extends diagonally in an area of about 875 sq km, 780-1455 m above sea level. The area is well gifted with plants and flowers that range from arid and sultry growths to evergreen forests to open green woodlands. Precious hardwoods, including rosewood and teak, are found here. The Moyar River passes all the way through this national park and waters it, together with two other small rivulets. For a trip to this destination, kindly send us a query here..
Home to the Royal Bengal tiger, and a fraction of the world's biggest delta shaped by the Ganga and Brahmaputra, this reserve extends across 2,585 sq km, 0 to 10 m above sea level. It is mainly a tiger reserve and has been chosen as world heritage site by UNESCO. For a trip to this destination, kindly send us a query here...
Positioned in the northeastern state of Assam in India on the southern bank of the mighty Brahmaputra River this park extends over an area of 430 sq km and is located at an elevation of 40-80 m above sea level. Declared as a reserve forest in 1926, chiefly to preserve the prospect of the thinning Rhino populace, it is currently the natural home to one of the most dying out variety in the globe, the one-horned rhino. For a trip to this destination, kindly send us a query hereSariska National Park
This Tiger Park spreads diagonally in an area of around 800 square kilometers in Arawali range and is conceivably among India's most exhilarating wildlife reserves. The park is simply reachable, located just three hours away from Delhi by road. Sariska is one of the few remaining forest pockets in the Arawali range that has survived the onslaught of modern times. Situated in the state of Rajasthan with a backdrop of the Arawali Hills, the park boasts of quite a few tigers and other interesting flora and fauna. For a trip to this destination, kindly send us a query here...
Sasangir is habitat of the globe famous Asiatic Lions, and India has the merit of being its final possible shelter. The Sasangir National Park and Lion Sanctuary is positioned in the Kathiwad cape of the state of Gujarat and is spread over an area of 1150 sq km and is located at an altitude of 225-648 m above sea level. It is dwelling of some 300 Asiatic lions. For a trip to this destination, kindly send us a query here..
A tremendous expanse of vegetation, this National park is most renowned for its wonderful tigers. Positioned in the dense forests and the Bandhavgarh hills, Bandhavgarh National Park is the dwelling of nearly 22 species of mammals and another 250 odd species of birds. For a trip to this destination, kindly send us a query here...
Come! Proceed on your journey to the paradise of nature lovers; the Nagarhole National Park. The private hunting preserve of the former ruler of Mysore is nowadays one of the most excellent places for nature lovers. It is famous for the elephant and bison population, and is also home to a variety of animal species along with approximately 250 species of birds. For a trip to this destination, kindly send us a query here...Simlipal National Park
If you desire to be in the lap of verdant nature, then this place is just right for you. Far away from the stress of the daily chores rejuvenate yourselves at the Simlipal National Park. There are wondrous waterfalls, high hills and forests in the National Park that is spread over an area of 2,750 sq Kms. It takes days to cover the entire area of the National Park. In fact you will not be able to visit an area of about 850 sq km as most of the tigers are concentrated here. Just in case you are lucky enough you may spot a tiger wandering outside the core area. Elephants, monkeys, deer and birds are the easiest to spot at Simlipal National Park. For a trip to this destination, kindly send us a query here...
This is certainly, one of the finest and most renowned wildlife sanctuaries in the entire India. It is the only wildlife sanctuary in India that is artificially made by a Maharaja. One of the finest bird sanctuaries in the world, Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary is located in Bharatpur city of Rajasthan and also known as the Keoladeo Ghana National Park. Indigenous water birds and the migratory water birds in the sanctuary include Sambar, Chital, Nilgai and Boar. For a trip to this destination, kindly send us a query here
Demographical contrasts arrest the thoughts of a guest to the Chinnar National Park, positioned at Devikulam taluka of Idukki district of Kerala. Given the standing of National Park in 1984, Chinnar treats wildlife buffs to more than 90.422 sq. Kms of wilds: unrestrained forests, sharp peaks, and an extensive assortment of wildlife together with dying out huge grizzled squirrel, elephant, gaur, panther, spotted deer and Sambar. For a trip to this destination, kindly send us a query here...Idukki National Park
Positioned in the southern state of India, Kerala, Idukki National Park is one of Kerala's premium refuge for wildlife and is dwelling to enormous groups of Elephants, bison, bear, wild boars, Sambar wild dogs, jungle cats, tiger, wild boar and has a very large concentration of various species of snakes including cobra, viper, kraits and plentiful non-poisonous ones. The bird life in the sanctuary is similarly remarkable. Significant birds consist of myna, jungle fowl, black bulbul, laughing thrush, woodpecker, peafowl, kingfisher etc. For a trip to this destination, kindly send us a query here..
Also known as Wayannad National Park, Muthanga National Park is located 16 kilometers east of Sulthaan Bathery. It was set aside as a sanctuary in 1973. For a trip to this destination, kindly send us a query here...
Covering an entire area of 125 sq km, the Peechi National Park was set-up in 1958. Positioned just 23 Kms from Thrissur, Peechi is well-known for Peechi Dam. The reservoir at Peechi presents great boating services to the guests. The catchments area of the Peechi and Vazhani dams also shape part of this sanctuary. For a trip to this destination, kindly send us a query here...
The catchments region of Peppara dam built over Karamana River to provide potable water to Thiruvananthapuram city and suburban regions shape the jungles of Peppara National Park. It was acknowledged as a sanctuary in 1983 owing to the environmental importance of the region. Positioned 50kms north east of Thiruvananthapuram city, the sanctuary covers an area of 53 sq. Kms. For a trip to this destination, kindly send us a query here..
An addition of the Bandipur National Park, striking Mudumalai Wildlife Sanctuary is a beautiful reserve forest that shows off an attractive assortment of flora and fauna. River Moyar passes all the way through the forests and splits the forests of Bandipur from Mudumalai. For a trip to this destination, kindly send us a query here...
This sanctuary is positioned amidst thick jungle scenery in the Anamalai range of Western Ghats in Tamil Nadu; and is a favored place for all natural world enthusiasts. Pollachi is the key town located adjacent to the Indira Gandhi Sanctuary. For a trip to this destination, kindly send us a query here...
Kalakkadu Sanctuary is positioned in the charming and geologically well-off environs of Western Ghats in the Tirunelveli district of Tamil Nadu. Two well-known sanctuaries of the area; the Kalakkadu sanctuary and the Mundanthurai sanctuary have been declared as a Tiger reserve. The enormous ecological worth of this region could be estimated from the fact that this reserve is part of one of the world's 18 biodiversity hotspots. For a trip to this destination, kindly send us a query here...
Mundanthurai Sanctuary is one of those animal sanctuaries, which are acknowledged not only for their gorgeous scenery, but also for the affluent diversity of wild living things in attendance here. Situated in Tirunelveli district in Tamilnadu, it's unquestionably a place worth visiting. For a trip to this destination, kindly send us a query here
This sanctuary is positioned in the Nagapattnam district of Tamil Nadu. It was in 1967 that Point Calimere Wildlife Sanctuary was created and in 1988, the sanctuary was blown up and renamed as Point Calimere Wildlife and Bird Sanctuary, with a total area of 377 km². For a trip to this destination, kindly send us a query here.
This sanctuary is positioned in Virudhanagar District, Tamilnadu, India. Stretched over 46,800 hectares of area, the sanctuary comes under two districts Virudhanagar and Madurai. The diverse weather and demographic surroundings of the Western Ghats make it one of the richest and principal repositories for bio-diverse life-forms in the country. For a trip to this destination, kindly send us a query here...
Vallanadu Blackbuck Sanctuary, located in Thoothukudi district, is an ecologically rich and demographically varied area, cuddled up in the hills of Vallanad. This extensive sanctuary houses countless animals, birds, and other wild creatures. For a trip to this destination, kindly send us a query her
Situated all along the Ken River, Panna Tiger Reserve got its affirmation as a Tiger Reserve under Project Tiger in the year 1995. Acknowledged for a selection of waterfalls, this Wildlife Sanctuary is spread over an area of 70 to 80 sq. Kms. Panna Tiger Reserve is a pleasure for all the flora and fauna lovers. For a trip to this destination, kindly send us a query here..
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