North India Wildlife Tour

If your world orbits around wildlife, North India has a lot to fascinate you. This region of incredible India is dotted with some of the best and famous wildlife destinations. It is blessed with a variety of flora and fauna which attracts a great number of tourists from far and wide. Visit its wildlife destinations and you are sure to enjoy the thrill and beauty of wilderness.

Some of the most famous wildlife destinations of North India are:

Keoladeo National Park

Truly a paradise for bird lovers, this Park is famous the world over for its colorful and beautiful birds. Sprawling over an area of 232 sq km, the park is also known as Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary. It inhabitants include around 370 bird species, several species of mammals and reptiles. The beautiful migratory bird Siberian Crane is also spotted here in the months of October and November. Early morning is the best time to spot the birds. Also visit the Bharatpur Fort located near the Park. October to February is the best time to visit the Park.

Ranthambore National Park
Occupying a prized place on the itineraries of wildlife aficionado from across the globe, it is a world renowned National Park. Famous for its tigers and several other wildlife species, the Park was once the hunting reserve of the raja-maharajas of Rajasthan. Sambhar, Jungle Cat, Jackals, Leopard,Monitor Lizard, Sloth Bear, Indian Hare and Marsh Crocodile are some of the other animals spotted here. The lakes Raj Bagh Talab, Milak Talab and Padam Talab are the promising sites for tiger sighting. Covering an area of 1,334 sq km, the Park also houses the Ranthambore Fort and Joghi Mahal. The best time to visit is from October to February.

Corbett National Park

This praiseworthy National Park is one of the oldest wildlife destination of India. It is not only famous for its wildlife but also for the mesmerizing natural surroundings. It is a home to enchanting species such as tiger, leopard, elephant, crocodile etc. Established in the year 1936, the Park was declared a Tiger Reserve in 1973. The hills of the park are covered with beautiful orchids. More than 500 bird species have been spotted in the Park. Elephant safari is the best way to explore this exotic destination. The best time to visit the Park is from October to March.