WildLife Safaris

What Is WildLife Safaris

The word ‘safari’ originates from the Arabic verb ‘safara’, meaning to make a journey. A safari is about getting close to nature, and simplicity. You will either be enthralled by its simple comforts or you may just be appalled. A safari is at its heart an adventure.

 It is home to hundreds of animals that wander freely over the 600-acre (240 ha) park, which guests can drive through. The park also includes a walkthrough exhibit displaying some of the park’s smaller animals. It has Oregon’s only African elephants and maned wolves as of 2009.

Imagine a place on planet earth where you could see the world’s stately big cat “Royal Bengal Tiger”, take the subtle glimpses of world’s toughest sporting fish called “Masheer” and experience a trek on the foothills of Almora ranges where a puff of fresh air and breathtaking array of flowers welcomes you at every step. This is the reason why Corbett has a haunt for wildlife tourists and nature lovers for a long time. Giving shelter to about 600 species of birds, 500 species of flora and numerous varieties of wild animals, Corbett is the best protected and managed national parks in India.


Elephant Safaris

An Elephant Safari in Jim Corbett National Park follows a designated path to ensure that the travelers get to visit all the expanses where you will be able to spot mammals, birds and several species of reptiles. By the way whole, Corbett Park is divided into five zones in which tourism is allowed. Though, elephant ride is only permitted in Bijrani and Dhikala Tourism Zone. We arrange an advance booking for the joy ride that is conducted outer periphery of the Corbett Tiger Reserve. For the elephant ride inside the Corbett Tiger Reserve, tourists need to try on the spot. The elephant is being given on a first come, first serve basis.

Jeep Safaris

It is a great advantage to the visitors of Corbett National Park is that the park is open 365 days a year. But the perfect time to enjoy jeep safari is from mid of November to the end of June. Bijrani and Dhikala zone is closed during monsoon season as most of the roads get washed away due to rain.

Desert Safaris

There’s probably a no better (or more romantic) way of seeing Rajasthan than on the back of a dromedary. Crisscross the sands during the day – get up close with Rajasthan’s splendid architecture and wonderful hospitality – and sleep under the stars at night. Boasting the awesome vastness of the Thar Desert, Rajasthan is quite obviously the top destination for camel safaris in India. You can tread the caravan routes of old, passing hamlets and desert communities almost unchanged over time. Most of the safaris take place around Bikaner, Jaisalmer, and Jodhpur. The classic camel safari (among the many worth experiencing) is the Bikaner-Jaisalmer one, which covers (approximately) 25km-30km every day over 11 days. Safaris are of varying duration – you can choose from half- and full-day journeys to month-long tests of endurance.

Where We Can Make You Do This

  • Ranthambore National Park, Rajasthan

  • Hemis National Park, Ladakh

  • Jim Corbett, Uttarakhand

  • Bandhavgarh National Park, Madhya Pradesh

  • Sasan-Gir Wildlife Sanctuary, Gujarat

  • Kaziranga National Park, Assam

  • Kanha National Park, Madhya Pradesh

  • Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary, Kerela

  • Manas Wildlife Sanctuary, Assam

  • Sunderbans National Park, West Bengal

  • Tadoba National Park, Maharashtra

  • Pench National Park, Madhya Pradesh

  • Satpura National Park, Madhya Pradesh