India having 350 species of mammals, 1200 species & 2100 sub species of birds and more than 20000 species of insects is home to a rich diversity of wildlife supported by rich variety of flora and fauna. India is second largest in terms
of diversity all across the globe. There are more than 400 wildlife and 14 biosphere reserves in India. The nature lovers and the wildlife enthusiasts are often fascinated by the unique and the rich wildlife of the country.
Animals like Bengal Tiger, lion, Cobra, Elephant, Rhino, peacock, White Tiger, Snow Leopard, Black Buck are integral part of Indian Wildlife. Several species are considered 'rare'. The wildlife reserves in India are the best example of the ecosystem of the country. The national parks of India like Bandhavgarh National Park, Jim Corbett National Park, Gir National Park, Kanha National Park, Dudhwa National Park, Periyar National Park, Kaziranga National Park, Valley of flowers and Desert National Park offer some of the best safaris of the world. In these parks you can see animals in their natural habitat You will see their daring wild nature. Some of the prominent national parks & wildlife sanctuaries of India have been declared World Heritage Sites by the UNESCO.
A paradise for nature lovers,these forest ares are very crucial for the survival of species like Siberian Crane, Asiatic Elephant, Bengal Tiger etc. who are on the verge of extinction.
Kaziranga National Park is home for Rhinos. Similarly various national parks of Himalayan Region are home to rare species like Snow leopard, Wild ass, Different Birds etc. Indian wildlife reserve is spread from Andaman in South to Rajasthan in West.The pride of animals 'Tiger' is given its due respect in Bandhavgarh National Park, Jim Corbett National Park, and Gir National Park. India has its share of birds hundreds of species.
The tourism helps in conserving the wildlife of India. Money generated from the tourism is used in the conservation projects of the Indian Government in increasing the population of the endangered species like tigers, one horned rhinos, Asiatic lions, elephants and snow leopards. Wildlife tourism also provides an opportunity for the travelers to treasure the Indian wildlife.
Wildlife Holiday offers some of the finest Indian wildlife sanctuaries with over 350 species of mammals, 2100 kinds of birds, nearly 350 species of reptiles and countless insects. Wildlife holidays of India witnessed the exotic and tremendous natural beauty with around 80 National Parks and 441 Wildlife Sanctuaries. Some of the famous wildlife holidays spot of India are Corbett, Ranthambore, Bandipur Wildlife Sanctuary, B.R Hills Wildlife Sanctuary Sariska Wildlife Sanctuary, Hazaribagh Wildlife Sanctuary, Eravikulam Wildlife Sanctuary, Bhitarkanika Wildlife Sanctuary, Bhagwan Wildlife Sanctuary and Bondla Wildlife Sanctuary.