Wildlife Tour Packages

Wildlife traditionally refers to undomesticated animal species, but has come to include all plants, fungi, and other organisms that grow or live wild in an area without being introduced by humans.

Wildlife Tour Packages

Wildlife Tourism is an element of many nations’ Travel Industry centered on observation and interaction with local animal and plant life in their natural habitats. Wildlife tourism in its simplest sense, is passively interacting with wild animals in their natural habitat. Wildlife Tourism is often characterized by the offering of customized Tour Packages and Safaris to allow close access to Wildlife.
The Indian subcontinent is endowed with the most varied geographical divisions and climatic variations. Naturally, the diverse landscape and climatic conditions serve as natural habitats to a vast variety of flora and fauna. Numerous Wildlife Sanctuaries and National Parks have been established all over India with the objective of securing the future of endangered species of flora and fauna by conserving them in their natural environments.
To remain a memorable Wildlife Tour of India, we provide you the detailed information on the Wildlife destinations in India.


Wildlife Tour Packages

Located in the heart of Umaria District of the Indian state of Madhya Pradesh, Banddhavgarh National Park is flocked by nature lovers and Wildlife enthusiasts, every year, in decent numbers.

Attractions: Royal Bengali Tiger, Leopars, Various Species of Deer & Panthers.

Best time to visit: October till June.

ocated in Rajasthan Established in the year 1955 as a game sanctuary, Ranthambore National Park is one of the most popular places to visit for wildlife lovers. It is spread on an area of 1,334 square kilometers along with its neighboring sanctuaries- the Kaila Devi Sanctuary and the Mansingh Sanctuary.

Attractions: Tigers, Sambar Deer, Peacock, Leopard, Chital, Hyena, Nilgai, Wild Boar.

Best time to visit: November to March.

Located in West Bengal - Sundarbans is the largest estuarine forests in West Bengal that are covered throughout by mangrove forests. They are constituted by the crisscrossing of 54 small islands along with numerous River Ganges tributaries. Tourists come here not only to enjoy gorgeous sceneries but also to enjoy the wildlife constituted by 55 species of reptiles, 250 species of birds and 58 species of mammals. The only way to traverse the park is by availing a boat. Jeep safaris are not allowed here. No one is even allowed to get down on the river bank.

Main Attractions: Royal Bengal Tiger,Wild Boar, Common Grey Mongoose, Fox, Chital

Best Time to Visit: December to February

Located in Assam - Kaziranga National Park acquired a significant position in the list of the most popular tourist destinations in India. Rich flora and fauna, and beautiful ambience are the major factors that the national park a must visit amidst adventure seekers. These attributes have also made the park get listed amidst the UNESCO’ World Heritage Site List. The national park also provides shelter to about 35 mammalian species, which includes 15 species of mammals are categorized as threatened under the IUCN Red List.

Main Attractions: One-horned Rhinoceros, Asiatic Elephants, Wild Buffaloes, Royal Bengal Tiger

Best Time to Visit: November to April

Located in Gujarat - The only home of the endangered mighty Asiatic Lion, Gir National Park and Wildlife Sanctuary is one of the most popular attractions of Gujarat. In 1965, Gir forest was titled as wildlife sanctuary, and in 1975, it was declared as a National Park. Spread in a huge area of 1412 square km, the national park houses around 38 species of mammals, 300 avifauna species, 37 species of reptiles and over 2000 insect species.

Main Attractions: Asiatic Lions

Best Time to Visit: October to June

Located in Rajasthan Keoladeo National Park (formerly known as Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary), in Bharatpur, Rajasthan, is home to more than 230 resident and migratory bird species in a protected area of 29 sq km. The largest Bird Reserve in India was declared as a protected sanctuary in the year 1971 and was included in UNESCO World Heritage Site list by the year 1985.

Main Attractions: Cranes, Pelicans, Ducks, Flycatchers, Wagtails

Best Time to Visit: October to March

ocated in Madhya Pradesh Located in the centermost state of India, in Madhya Pradesh, Kanha national Park, which was established in the year 1955, is a protected land that stretches for approximately 940 km. The park is known for various wildlife conservations schemes initiated by its management, particularly regarding Barasingha and Tiger species.

Main Attractions: Tiger, Gaur, Sambhar, Chital, Python, leopard, Porcupine

Best Time to Visit: November to June

Avishkar Tours Pvt. Ltd. pleased to organize the exciting Pench-Kanha Forest Corridor cycling trip.The trip covers over 180 kms off-road/country-road and mountain biking from Pench Tiger Reserve to Kanha Tiger Reserve over 3 days with mobile tented camping in 2 beautiful locations in the corridor forests between the reserves.

This cycling experience takes you to central India’s famous “Two Project Tiger” national parks having diverse wildlife, landscapes and tribal communities which makes it a fascinating region to cycle through forested corridor which serve as a refuge to dispersing wildlife across the parks. The tour weaves through two of India’s best tiger parks and offers exclusive prospects to see the best of the Indian wildlife, closely, in its natural habitat. We cycle through the very jungles of Seoni mentioned in the Jungle book.

Apart from the wildlife, the tour provides distinctive opportunity to experience rural life in India and meet local people who live in harmony with wildlife. The soul of India lives in its villages, 60 percent of the population still lives in villages of India! You will be accompanied by expert naturalist / guide, who will be dedicated to providing you with the very best travel experiences, incredible local knowledge and share our vision of authentic exchange and real exploration with a responsible tourism approach.

Trip Highlights

  • Authentic off-beat wilderness experience
  • Cycling in the very forests which inspired Kipling’s ‘The Jungle Book’
  • Accommodation for 2-nights in tented camps
  • More eyes and ears in vital corridor for Tiger conservation which is world’s last remaining life line for tigers
  • Fully escorted by expert Naturalists, back up vehicle and mechanic.
  • High quality Mountain Bikers – Trek X caliber 9 – with Race-ready spec

Other requirements

  • Moderate fitness level
  • Mix of off-road, country-road and mountain biking on the trip. Previous experience will come in handy.

DAY 01 – PENCH TO CAMPSITE 01

Early morning post breakfast, drive from Pench Tree Lodge for about 45 minutes by open jeep to reach the Rukhad Sanctuary gate. Here you will be met by our cycling guiding team.
Start cycling for about 3 hours (around 20 kms) to reach Sakata Forest Rest House enjoying birding and mammal viewing on the way. Arrive at around 12:00 p.m. for a hot lunch at Sakata Forest Rest House built in 1903 during English times inside the reserve.
Post lunch, cycle for about 3½ hours (around 25 kms) to reach Rest House where we will take a tea / snacks break.
In the final leg, we cycle for about 40 minutes (around 5 kms) to reach our campsite at Chikhlabaddi. Enjoy your dinner and overnight stay at the camp.

DAY 02 – CAMPSITE 01 TO CAMPSITE 02

This morning, post breakfast, we cycle for about 3 ½ hours (around 30 kms) through forests and village. Lunch will be under the sky at Kanari close to a small river.
Post lunch, we cycle for about 2½ hours (around 13 kms). This section of cycling will be on a hilly terrain.
Our campsite tonight will be at Badgaon. Enjoy your dinner and overnight stay at the camp.

DAY 03 – CAMPSITE 02 TO KANHA

Post breakfast, we cycle for about 3 ½ hours (around 28kms) to reach Banjar River. Picnic lunch will be served at a scenic location at Banjar River.
Lastly we cycle for about 40 minutes (around 5 kms) to reach Lodge.

Inclusions:

  • Accommodation for 2-nights in tented camps including all meals & drinking water
  • Dry pit commode toilet
  • Hot shower with shower bags
  • High quality Mountain Bikers – Trek X caliber 9 – with Race-ready spec
  • Fully escorted by expert Naturalists
  • Entrance / permit charges
  • Back-up support in terms of a trailer carrying extra bikes & a mechanic
  • Back-up gypsy for clients for rest / medical-assistance if needed

Important Points:

  • There is no electricity at camps, we provide lanterns and flash lights.
  • Every tent is provided with shower tent with hot showers by bags in evening and dry pit toilets.
  • Fresh Indian meals are served in camps.
  • There is no phone connectivity at camps.
  • There is no laundry service at the mobile camps.

More than two centuries after the first safari expedition brought the Europeans in direct contacts with the wilds; the lure of the experience endures. Out of the hardship of travel across difficult terrain in colonial Africa and India, came an experience of great luxury and sensuality. This ability to imbue any environment, no matter how alien, with the comfortable elements gave the travelers an exotic travel experience.

The National Parks in India are the biggest attraction to the wildlife lovers, but due to the restrictions involved and the immense pressure of tourism the real jungle experience is limited.

Seeing the trend we bring to you the experience, where besides enjoying the national parks traditionally by jeeps, we move on to such many undisturbed areas where wilderness experience is at its very best.

Tailor made to start at your desired date of travel – this safari offers high adventure, opportunity to view animals of the Indian jungle, drive through rugged hills, beautiful streams and rivers, tribal villages, ancient temples and forts and home to the Indian Tiger. There is no electricity at campsites and accommodation is simple in tents with cots. Care is taken to provide personalized service and comforts.

Camp cooks turn out delicious fresh meals to be enjoyed in exhilarating surroundings. The safari operates from November to March and the number of guests is restricted to ten to provide good interaction and minimize pressure on camping out experience. All the safaris are accompanied by a team of trained experienced naturalist and a camp core team.

ITINERARY – CAMP JAMANI DEV

DAY 01:

After breakfast at Denwa Backwater Escape, you will drive 02 hours to reach the starting point of Mobile Safari. Start 4 hours trek through lovely Sal forest inside Satpura National Park to reach Denwa view point for lunch. After lunch trek further 2 hours to reach Mobile camp. Retire at camp for overnight stay.

DAY 02:

After breakfast at your camp you will start 3 hours walk to the road head to be met by waiting vehicles and drive 45 minutes to Denwa Backwater Escape.

NOTES:

The above is an indicative program. The campsites and the routes might change as per the local weather & conditions. * We strongly recommend staying one night before and after the walk at Denwa Backwater Escape. You may consider staying longer at Denwa and enhance your experience by choosing from a range of activities like boat safari, canoe ride, jeep safari or elephant safari at the lodge.

Inclusions

  • All meals, tea/coffee service, at camp only and all taxes.
  • Services of an English speaking Naturalist for the walks.
  • 1 night twin sharing accommodation in mobile camp with dry pit toilets with WC and bathroom with shower bags.
  • Entry fees to the parks and guide charges.
  • Jeep transfers to / from the lodge to drop off/pick up point for walking safari.
  • All currently applicable taxes.

Important Points

  • Moderate fitness level is required; walks are about 5-7 hours daily with 2-3 breaks. Walks involve going downhill and moderate climbing also.
  • The trek route and trek start / finish points can be tailored as per guest needs.
  • There is no electricity at camps, we provide lanterns and flash lights.
  • Every tent is provided with shower tent with hot showers by bags in evening and dry pit toilets.
  • Fresh Indian meals are served in camps.
  • There is no phone connectivity at camps.
  • There is no laundry service at the mobile camps.

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