Wild life safari

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What Is Wild life safari Famous For?

Gir Gujrat - Gujrat

The Gir National Park and Wildlife Sanctuary are one of the most significant national parks in India that provides shelter to the Asiatic Lions. Apart from the lions, it also possesses innumerable species of various plants and animals. Due to the presence of favourable perennial rivers that flow through this place and several factors that contribute to its richness; this park has become one of the best places to visit in Gujarat. Every year, this national park attracts tourists in a large number from various places around the world to experience its charismatic bliss. The pride of Gujarat Tourism, Gir National Park is one of a kind. It is a place where centuries long Human-Lion interaction comes alive as it is the last home of the endangered majestic Asiatic Lions in India. Gir Sanctuary is the only place, an ideal habitat where Asiatic Lions roam freely.


The Park invites wildlife enthusiasts, birdwatchers, thrill seekers and nature lovers from all over the world. The most joyful experience for a tourist is to take an amazing Lion Safari in Gir National Park and roam around to spot wild creatures amidst the enchanting wilderness. If you are planning a trip in Gujarat, the beauty and adventures of Gir National Park would be the one to cherish for a lifetime.


Best Time to Visit Gir National Park


If you really want to enjoy the wildlife and click awesome pictures then the best time to Visit Gir National Park is in the month of April and May. April and May are hot months but it is sthe best time for wildlife adventures, ideal for wildlife photography and wildlife viewing. If you want to enjoy the wildlife tourism of Gir National Park during winters then the month of December to March is the best time to visit. The climate will be the best for sightseeing. Gir National Park remains closed from 16th June to 15th October.


Flora at Gir National Park


Gir National Park has a very rich collection of Flora. There are more than two thousand three hundred species of flora ranging from deciduous trees, evergreen trees, savannah type grasslands, thorny shrubs, trees like Babool, Banyan, Acacia, Dhak, Jamun, Tendu etc will be the most beautiful sights to behold in your Gir Wildlife Holidays.


In the coastal side of the forest department, you will find beautiful trees of Casuarinas and Prosopsis. Visiting Gir National Park will be the most cherished experience of your life as such kind of pristine greenery and serenity is found nowhere else.

Jim Corbett National Park - Uttarakhand

One of India's best known and oldest wildlife sanctuaries, the Jim Corbett National Park, a part of the larger Corbett Tiger Reserve, a Project Tiger Reserve lies along the Ramganga River at the foot of the Kumaon Hills. It is named after Jim Corbett, the famous naturalist and the legendary hunter of the man-eaters of Kumaon. The main areas for tourists are the Dhikala Tourism Zone (entry through Dhangarhi Gate) and the Bijrani Tourism Zone (entry through the Amdanda Gate). The magical landscape of Corbett is well known and fabled for its tiger richness.


Live an experience of a lifetime with Jim Corbett Safari witnessing the beauty of nature on your next holiday. Jim Corbett is the oldest national park in India that attracts hordes of tourists to witness the luxury of living in the lap of nature. Located in the state of Uttarakhand, Jim Corbett is known for being a home to the majestic Royal Bengal Tigers and featuring a brilliant diversity of flora and fauna. To discover the exquisiteness of wilderness and nature, Jim Corbett Safari is an exceptional way to check off another adventure from your bucket list on a vacation.


Be it hikes, birding, visiting museums or the famous temples. Corbett offers a lot of scenic beauty and interesting history in the region. The wonderful and unique villages around the park are definitely worth a visit. The people living here will take you back to a very simple time. For instance, Aahana The Corbett Wilderness is located in Village Saveldeh, near Dhela and Jhirna Zone, simply walking 20 steps outside the resort will take you back 20 years. The people have their own unique style of living. Stay with Aahana to experience such excursions in the village.


Jim Corbett is into five different zones namely- Dhikala, Bijrani, Jhirna, Dhela and Durgadevi where tourists can enjoy a safari. The three types of safari offered here are jeep safari, canter safari and elephant safari each allowing you an enthralling perspective of the exquisite place that in Jim Corbett with its splendid creatures. 


While Jhirna and Sonanadi Zone are suitable to be visited throughout the year, Dhikala, Bijrani and Durga Devi Zone are best visited from the month of October to June for the finest experience.


Corbett is a paradise for wildlife enthusiasts and gives shelter to a diverse species that includes more than 600 types of birds, 500 species of distinct flora as well as various wild animals like elephants, leopards etc.


A jeep safari can be booked online and tourists can choose the two slots for the day when this safari takes place in the park. The excitement of jeep safari will get your pulse racing as you get to travel in an open Jeep across the park to see the majestic tigers roaming around freely in their natural habitat. For photography lovers too, a jeep safari is a dream come true in Jim Corbett as you get to capture the most delightful shots of wildlife here. 


The Best Time to Visit Jim Corbett


The biggest reason to visit a national park is to see the coveted animals. These reserves lie in deep forested areas. Even though you have to rough it out, you are excited to see the tigers or lions. However, most safaris end up in disappointment. It is too hot; your enthusiasm wanes, and you don’t see the animals you wanted to capture on your camera.


Animals operate on their schedule, but their habits are documented. It gives you a fair idea when there is a higher chance of spotting animals. One of the factors is the weather. So, the best time to visit Jim Corbett boils down to the climate.


The Jim Corbett National Park experiences three seasons—monsoon, winter, and summer. The park goes through various colours with the changing seasons. A lush green in the monsoon season, a hazy mist covering the forest in winter, and brown, dusty trees sets the tone for summer. December to March is the ideal time to visit the Jim Corbett National Park. The temperature slides down to a cool 5 °C. The weather is perfect for visitors and the wildlfie residing at the park. The chances of spotting a Royal Bengal Tiger is substantially higher during winter months, especially in the mornings

Kaziranga National Park Assam

Kaziranga National Park is one of the major wildlife tourist’s attractions in India. Thousands of travellers from different part of the country and world come here every year to unlock the doors of diverse wildlife and scout the exquisiteness of the natural empire. The perfect topography with a river and its varied grasslands winds through its entire length, Kaziranga promises an adventure that you will never forget.


Situated in the intense geographical place, the park presents a massive range of natural beauty. Kaziranga national park is located fairly in the Golaghat and Nagaon regions of Assam in India. It is also placed beside the Brahmaputra River on the North and the Karbi Anglong mounts on the South India. Edged by fertile tea bushes, Kaziranga National Park offers a splendid scenic sight. Kaziranga National Park is the abode of 37 highways which is passes through the park.

Further; it is a mixture of natural wildlife view such as Rhino, elephants, wild water buffalo, and swamp deer with Important Bird Area by Birdlife International for conservation of avifaunal specie.


Jeep safari is a feasible option to discover the wildlife in Kaziranga. Jeep is a basically 4x4 wheeler open roof vehicle. Unlike an elephant ride, jeep safari is somewhat quicker and easiest way to explore the hidden mystery of the Kaziranga Jungle. Jeep safari is also the star attraction of the place. Hard core wildlife lover as well as guinnue traveler also prefers to go on jeep ride as it cover maximum expanse in short duration. It is always advisable to get advance permit for the same.


Kaziranga Elephant Festival: Kaziranga Elephant Festival is one of the famous festivals in Kaziranga which is celebrated yearly. Elephant Festival is held in the Kaziranga National Park of Assam which is dedicated to conserve and protects the Asiatic elephant. This amazing festival is organized by the Forest Department and Tourism Department of Assam. The main objective behind the festival is to emphasize and find ways to determine the mounting man-elephant conflict. Generally in the festivals, hundreds of domestic Asiatic elephants are decorated from head to toe and they used to participate in the program. These decorated elephants take part in numerous activities which include parade, races, football matches and dance activities.


Best Season in Kaziranga


The best time to visit Kaziranga is from the month of November to April.  The winter season of the region starts from the month of November and February which is quite mild and dry that has a mean high of 25 °C (77 °F) and low of 5 °C (41 °F).


The rainy monsoon season of the region commences from the month of June and it exists till September. This season is responsible for Kaziranga's yearly rainfall of 2,220 mm (87 in). At the peak of the month July and August, three-fourths of the western region of the whole part is submerged because of the rising water level of the Brahmaputra


The summer season of the region starts from the month of March and then it ends in the month of May. May is considered as the hottest month of this place. Generally all the animals are found near the water bodies due to extremely hot season.

Tadoba - Maharashtra
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The oldest and largest national park in Maharashtra, Tadoba National Park sprawls in an area of 625.4 sq km. This top wildlife destination in Maharashtra includes Tadoba National Park (116.55 sq km) and Andhari Wildlife Sanctuary (508.85 sq km), which together form Tadoba Andhari Tiger Reserve covering Chimur Hills, Moharli and Kolsa Ranges. The park is adorned with thickets of teak & bamboo; a magical landscape of rugged cliffs; marshlands; and lakes which make a happy home for a wide range of animals like tigers, panthers, hyenas, sloth bears, wild dogs, jackals, barking deer, bison, sambar etc. Tadoba is one of the best wildlife destinations in India for an enthralling tiger sighting experience.


The Tadoba National Park is divided into three separate forest ranges, i.e. Tadoba north range, Kolsa south range, and Morhurli range, which is sandwiched in between the first two. There are two lakes and one river in the park, which gets filled every monsoon, the ‘Tadoba Lake,’ ‘Kolsa Lake,’ and ‘Tadoba River.’ These lakes and rivers provide vital ingredients needed to sustain the park’s life.


The Tadoba Tiger Reserve is rich in flora and fauna. Some of the famous and wildly seen flora of this park include, Teak, Ain, Bija, Dhauda, Hald, Salai, Semal, Tendu, Beheda, Hirda, Karaya gum, Mahua Madhuca, Arjun, Bamboo, Bheria, Black Plum, and many others. Apart from this the list of animals noted in this part include, Tigers, Indian leopards, Sloth bears, Gaur, Nilgai, Dhole, Striped Hyena, Small Indian Civet, Jungle Cats, Sambar, Spotted Deer, Barking Deer, Chital, Marsh Crocodile, Indian Python, Indian Cobra, Grey-headed Fish Eagle, Crested Serpent Eagle, Peacock, Jewel Beetles, Wolf Spiders, etc.


Popular Tourist Attractions in and around Tadoba

Tadoba wildlife sanctuary enjoys the beauty of dense forests, the beautiful Tadoba Lake, patches of grasses, and sprawling valley, which are its major attractions. The park is situated in close proximity to Erai (Irai) Dam, Mahakali Mandir (Chandrapur), Urjanagar Lake, Nagpur, Nagzira Wildlife Sanctuary, and Navegaon National Park.


Best Time to Visit Tadoba National Park

An ideal time to visit Tadoba tiger reserve is the winter season (December to February) when several animals including the tigers can be witnessed basking in the sun. Another best time to visit Tadoba is right after the monsoon (October) when the forest turns lush green. Those interested in tiger sighting can also visit in the summer months, between April and June. During this time, tigers frequently come out in the day time in search of water.

Rathambore - Rajasthan

Ranthambore National Park holds the significant status in the tourism sector of India with its distinct class and charm. However, the Ranthambore National Park is not one of the biggest National parks of India, but surely it is the most famous one. Situated in the vicinity of the Aravali hills and Vindhya plateau, the Ranthambore forest spreads over an area of 1334 sq km with having the 392 sq km of the area as the national park. Highly revered for the natural habitat to the significant number of Royal Bengal tigers, the Ranthambore tiger reserve is very popular among the wildlife lovers for its diurnal tigers, which means tourist can easily spot a tiger during their day safari visit.


The Ranthambhore National Park not only boasts of its populous tiger reserve, but also the heritage sites which includes the mighty Ranthambore Fort, Jogi Mahal, Ancient temple and Rajbagh ruins which are the reminders of glory and grandeur of the Rulers of Ranthambore. Many picturesque lakes like Padam Talao, Malik Talao, Raj Bagh Talao and others are enriching the landscape of this forest which consists of deciduous forest, small hills, valleys and lush greenery. 


The park is enclosed by the Chambal River and Banas River from the two sides enhancing the wild ambience of the Ranthambhore forest. Without any doubt, the tour to this National Park of Rajasthan will be the best holiday for you if you actually love nature and wildlife. The whole experience of watching majestic tigers roaming freely in the park, a mesmerizing gamut of ultimate species of animals and birds and captivating greenery will enthral your mind and you will be thanking yourself for having embarked on this wildlife journey 


Jeep safari


Ranthambore is a unique combination of wildlife and historical prosperity,which is located notably in the vast, tropical dry deciduous forest of eastern Rajasthan. Ranthambore is one of the best national parks in India and Ranthambore Jeep safari is the main key of the attraction for wildlife enthusiast and wildlife photographer who wish to have fun and exciting activities. Ranthambore Jeep Safari is one of the best options to see wild animal’s tendency in natural habitat and admire adorable scenes of the National Park. Jeep Safari is the most important mode of wildlife safari tour in Ranthambore National Park. The park is Ireland of rich flora and fauna. 



Best time to visit


Ranthambore National Park remains open between October and June. The winter season between October and March is considered the best time to visit Ranthambore National Park due to the pleasant weather condition when the temperature ranges between comfortable 10℃ and 30℃. During this season, animals can be seen in the broad daylight basking under the sun. 


In the months between April and June (summer season), Ranthambore experiences hot and humid weather with mercury rising up to 40℃. The month of April is still comfortable with temperatures not exceeding more than 30 – 35℃. However, May and June are extremely hot months. During the summers though, one has more chances of sighting tigers and other animals who frequently have to visit the water holes to keep themselves hydrated.


In the monsoon season between July and September, many of the zones of Ranthambore National Park remain closed for the visitors. The core of the national park with Gates 1 to 5 remain closed in the monsoon; the buffer zone with Gate 6 to 10 remain open in this season.

Bandhavgarh – Madhya Pradesh

Bandhavgarh is located in Vindhya hills of Umaria district, Madhya Pradesh. In 1968 the area got its status of a National Park and now has become one of the preferred parks for Tiger Safari in India that includes photographing and tracking Tigers in wild. The park is known to have World’s highest density of Bengal Tigers.  The four zones namely Magadhi, Khitauli, Tala and Panpatta-together clubbing the core and the buffer zone the total area of 1200 is home ground of over 55 tigers at present.


The park is known as the land of the white tiger, even though white tigers no longer exist here. The last white tiger spotted in the wild was captured here by Maharaja Martand Singh of Rewa in 1951.Other animals in the park include chital deer, sambar deer, barking deer, wild boar, nilgai antelope, four-horned antelope, Indian Bison, wild dog, leopard, blue bull, Indian fox and bear.


Jungle safari


In Bandhavgarh, tourists are allowed into the park twice each day for 3-hour Jeep safaris, once at dawn, and again in late afternoon. There are no premium zones and the National Park has been divided into three main safari zones, namely – Tala ZoneMagadhi Zone and Khitauli Zone.  Tala Zone is the oldest and richest zone in terms of biodiversity, mainly tigers.


Elephant are used every morning by the forest department for Tiger – tracking. If Tiger is spot then the elephant will take you directly to the Tiger by a nearby jeep/car.  A forest department guide must always accompany you with a naturalist from our side (optional). This guide will be able to direct you and point out wildlife.


Jeep safari


Open 4WD Gypsies are normally used as safari vehicle. The Jeeps stick to well-worn tracks but the Park covers a large area and you’ll often end up on your own. Maximum 06 members are allowed to sit in a jeep and you cannot visit the Park without a Jeep and a guide.


Best time to visit Bandhavgarh National Park


Bandhavgarh National Park is open for visitors from the 15th of October to the 30th of June. Snuggled in the heart of India, Madhya Pradesh, the peak season for visiting this wildlife retreat is the pleasant weather of winters. The peak months to visit are from October to March.


Best time to visit Bandhavgarh National Park varies with the aim with which tourists are intending to visit the sanctuary. If interested in viewing bird species then months from October to January is the most suited time. Watch the feathery species in green surrounding of forest, most of them migrating in this season. Months of early summer, April, May and June are considered the best time to do wildlife photography and tiger photography. During this time, expect unusual photography of tigers as heat causes animals to remain close to water source. Avoid the peak summer as the heat gets unbearable for safaris.

Kanha National Park – Madhya Pradesh

Kanha National Park is nestled in the Maikal range of Satpuras in Madhya Pradesh, the heart of India that forms the central Indian highlands. The national park is being popularized as the Tiger reserve and interestingly is being declared as one of the finest wildlife areas in the world. Spreading across two revenue districts the Mandala and the Kalaghat, Kanha National Park was declared a reserve forest in 1879 and revalued as a wildlife sanctuary in 1933. Its position was further upgraded to a national park in 1955.


The Kanha National Park is spread across the area of 940 sq km in the Maikal chain of hills. By bringing up the buffer and core zone all together, the Kanha Tiger Reserve has the total area of 1945 sq km. The landscapes and the surrounding luxurious meadows along with the wooded strands and the dense maroons of forests offer magnanimous sightseeing experiences for the nature lovers. Making the land more beautiful and adorable, the crystal clear streams amidst the dense jungle cleanses the surroundings and makes the wildlife unrivalled. This vivacious land has been the source of inspiration for Rudyard Kipling, a famous writer for his outstanding creation- “The Jungle Book”.


The Kanha National Park is the ideal home for wide ranges of wild creatures; right from the mighty tigers to the most populated Barasingha and the countless species of plants, birds, reptiles and insects. This reserve has fascinated many travellers around the corners of the world with its well developed infrastructure specially meant for them. The best location here is to enjoy the most is the Bammi Dadar, also known as the Sunset Point.



Wildlife Safari


Kanha is well-known for its exciting wildlife safaris. You can book the safari tickets online.  Also, remember to check the rules for entering select areas. The national park of Kanha has areas restricted to visitors. The government of Madhya Pradesh follows strict rules while allowing the wildlife safari at the national park. The Kanha Tiger Reserve has four zones, namely, Kisli, Kanha, Mukki, and Sarhi. The safari is only open from 1st October to 30th June and is closed on Wednesday evenings. The wildlife safari is conducted on a jeep, and the timings are as follows.


Elephant Safari

An elephant ride here is safe and is one of the most fun-filled things to do in Madhya Pradesh. The comfortable and enjoyable elephant safari takes the visitors into areas where a jeep cannot reach. The Madhya Pradesh government organises a special programme for the visitors called the Tiger Show Programme. This is done after the group has sighted a tiger- they are then taken close to the tiger for 10-15 minutes before they return. You and your family can enjoy the thrill of this unique experience if you go for the morning safari. Make sure that you book elephant safaris at least a month in advance and also seek official permission in writing from the Field Director of the park.


Kanha Museum

Kanha is synonymous with its vibrant flora, fauna and culture. One of the most enjoyable activities that you can plan while at Kanha is a visit to the Museum of Life and Art. This one-of-a-kind museum is set amidst the mesmerising variety of flora and fauna of the Kanha National Park. It exhibits the beautiful indigenous art of the people of Madhya Pradesh, whose stunning and rare artworks get much-needed recognition at this museum. Visitors at Kanha make it a point to pay a visit to this museum. The appreciation and patronage received by the tourists encourage the artisans to continue their initiative.


 Nature Trails for Nature Lovers

The nature trails at Kanha National Park attract scores of nature lovers. It one of the most thrilling things to do in Kanha and is an excellent option if you want to explore the forests and wildlife on foot. You will be guided by a wildlife expert who will offer some fantastic information about the wild animals, flora, insects and birds as you walk through the jungle. You will be instructed to not create any disturbance and not leave the company of your group and your guide.


Nature trails are organised in the Khatia zone of the park. It is an exciting and informative activity that you must plan with your loved ones, and just two hours of exploring nature will leave you rejuvenated. It is one of the most enjoyable things to do in Madhya Pradesh.


Kanha National Park is also home to an incredible variety of species such as the Royal Bengal tiger, chital, leopard, barking deer, sambar, langur, sloth bear, gaur, chousingha, Indian jackal, and the jungle cat.


Best Time to Visit Kanha National Park


Every year Kanha National Park is open for visitors from the 15th of October to till 30th of June. As per the climate of Central part of India, the peak season for Kanha National Park is during winters, say October to March. Most of the tourists visit the park between November and March, mainly because the summer’s heat is unbearable. The period between November and February is excellent for visiting Kanha national park as the rain fall during monsoon rejuvenated all the nature & vegetation. Particularly this period is best for bird watching. A lot of migratory birds visit the park during the winter months. 


During the time period from March to May most of the vegetation at Kanha National Park gets dried & Tiger Sighting is relatively easier than it is in winters. The month of March is the best month for wildlife viewing and the temperature is not very high however Months of April & May provide a great & almost sure opportunity to Wildlife Photographers specially who are looking for some rare photographs of the largest member of cat family.

Pench National – Madhya Pradesh

While at Khawasa a small little village on the Nagpur Jabalpur National Highway 7, you will see a board that says Pench National Park 12 kms, take this metalloid road thru the beautiful teak forest. You will pass a couple of small village on the way. Finally you reach Village Avarghani, directions to Pench are clear, and you move towards the Turia gate, which is about 1.5kms from this village.

This park is different. Located in the AVSM (Aravali, Vindhyanchal, Satpura and Maikal Ranges) belt, this teak forest is a different and a pleasant surprise to the normal and scenic parks of Kanha and Bandhavgarh. The tracks are smoother, the trees are thicker with dense undergrowth, perhaps one reason why the herbivore population here is more larger in size compared to Kanha and Bandhavgarh. There is a distinct silence here. You feel you are the King, when suddenly your driver halts seeing the Pugmarks of the actual King of the area. A Tiger has just crossed, he shows them to you, and suddenly an alarm call from one of the denizens of the forest. You, your driver, your naturalist are all alert. Looking in the direction of the call, eye balls much bigger than usual, heart pounding at 120 beats a minute. Ears as big as of an Elephant, you want to see the true King of Pench. The drama, unfolds, and you are in Pench, the true and original Kipling Country.  


Housed in the Seoni and Chhindwara districts of Madhya Pradesh, Pench National Park owes its name to the river Pench which cuts a path through the forests. It is so vast that it straddles the realm of Madhya Pradesh and the neighbouring state Maharashtra. The beauty of Pench National Park is so enchanting that it has sparked one of the best creations of Rudyard Kipling- The Jungle Book.


Laden with rocky trails, wooded hills, glassy rivers, and gushing streams, the park lures in large herds of visitors every year, and is a nature lover’s wildest dream! The beautiful, lush woods foster over 300 varied species of flora and fauna, something no other place in India can boast of! There are also flocks of resident and migratory birds that live here.


The park also shelters the iconic Royal Bengal Tiger and is India’s finest sanctuary, Pench Tiger Reserve. It offers splendid opportunities for tiger spotting, especially in the summers.


The swaying trees and gurgling streams are a melodious combination, lulling the senses of all those who come here. With no dearth of luxury resorts, cottages and lodges that line the interiors of the park, a perfect balance of comfort and wilderness enhances your trip. There are countless stimulating activities that you can lust after at this national park.


The Pench National Park Safari is the best of its kind in the entire country. Besides that, activities like nature trails, elephant safaris, boating, bonfires, bird watching, wildlife spotting, and cycling rides add magic and excitement to your stay.


Pench Dam and Reservoir:


Pench dam is also famous by the name of Kamthikhairy Dam, and is on the river Pench. It’s a beautiful place as the Pench Reservoir offers opportunities for the tourists to watch beautiful sightseeing areas surrounding the lake and the tourists also enjoy boating at this place. Motor boats as well as paddle boats are available for the tourists to enjoy the panoramic view of this place. Tourists also visit and enjoy the areas surrounding the lake. This dam is located in the west range of Pench National park and it is encompassed by the slopes of the forest.


Kuwara Bhivsen:


It is a beautiful place known as Gond Devsthan beside the bank of Pench River near Nagpur. The scenic beauty of this place is heart touching for the tourists. It’s a nice place for arranging picnic. Beside the river, there is a beautiful Shiv Mandir located at the hill and this gives an awesome view to the tourists. Approaching to this destination offers a marvelous experience to the tourists. Tourist feel that they are in some different world as the trees on both the side of the road offers a mesmerizing view.


Night safari


Daytime safaris and walks are pretty great, but nothing compared to the splendor and thrill of exploring the forest after dusk, especially at night! Wolf Sanctuary Zone is the only area where night safaris take place.


It surprises you with sightings of rare nocturnal creatures in all their glory. The temperature becomes cool and pleasant, making your ride more enjoyable. The first few minutes may seem a tad intimidating, owing to the darkness, but the soothing caress of mother nature quickly pales your fear. If you’re lucky, you may even spot beautiful tigers in the night!


Turia zone


The most elegant zone in Pench National Park, the Turia gate is located just 1.5 km away from Village Machaan Resort. The entry gate sits adjoining a wildlife museum, which holds information of the various flora and fauna in the park.
Turia zone is open from October to June. You can book Turia safaris online, for an advance booking is required to enter the gate.


Best time to visit


Whenever travellers think of visiting Pench National Park, the very first thing that might come to their mind is probably the best time to visit. Attached to both Maharashtra and Madhya Pradesh, the tourist attraction takes something good from here and there. While the harsh summers can be enjoyed with the proper gear like sunglasses, ample water, and hats; monsoons are not a preferable time as the national park is closed during that time and slips away in no time, and switches its place with winters. The cold season is considered the best time to visit Pench National Park as that’s when the migratory birds come here to take shelter with the other birds.


October to February is a good time to visit Pench when the weather is pleasant and the jungle looks lush. November and March are the best months for birding when birds come to central India from colder areas to spend winter. At this time deer fawns can also be seen.


 March onwards the jungle start to change colour as summer approaches. Some of the best sightings happen in summer when grass dries up and wildlife is concentrated around water holes but it is also the hottest time of the year when temperatures reach 42C in May.”

Bandipur National Park - Karnataka

Bandipur National Park is regarded as one of the most beautiful and better-managed national parks of India. Located amidst the picturesque surroundings of the towering Western Ghats on the Mysore-Ooty highway in Karnataka, it is an important part of the Nilgiri Biosphere Reserve that constitutes Karnataka’s Rajiv Gandhi National Park (Nagarahole) to its Northwest, Tamil Nadu’s Mudumalai Wildlife Sanctuary to its South, and Kerala’s Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary to its Southwest. The total extent of Bandipur National Park is 872.24 sq km. It is located partly in Gundlupet taluk of Chamarajanagar  District and partly in H.D.Kote and Nanjangud taluks of Mysuru District.


The park is one of the richest wildlife areas in India, being particularly noted for its intact assemblage of seven large angulate species (muntjac, chital, sambar, chousingha, gaur, wildpig and elephant) and three large predatory carnivores ; tiger, leopard and dholes. The area is supporting a very high ratio of predator and prey species. The government provides cottages and dormitories for those who wish to have a memorable Bandipur National Park stay. Bandipur National Park safari timings are from 8:30 AM to 12:15 PM and 4 PM to 7 PM. Stuffed with a wide range of beautiful wildlife and multitudes of teak and sandalwood trees; this is the first Biosphere Reserve of the country as well as the site chosen for the Project Tiger. Situated in Nilgiris, this area is blessed with a unique natural beauty. The entry point and interpretation centre of the park is located in Bandipur village on the highway after Melkamanahalli village.


Bandipur Safari Guide


Bandipur safari is always well rewarding in terms of wildlife sighting. Bandipur National Park is one of the beautiful wildlife sanctuary located in south India with variety of flora and fauna. Bandipur safari offers maximum tiger sightings when compared to other wildlife sanctuaries in south India. Bandipur National park is also rich in other fauna including leopards, sloth bears, wild dogs, herbivores like elephants, gaurs, barking deer, and rare birds like vultures. Both Van safari and jeep safari are available at Bandip


Trekking paradise 


If you love to trek, the summit of Gopalaswamy Betta, located just 12km from the Bandipur Safari Lodge could tempt you to accept its challenge. The excitement soars to a new height if you trek along the slopes of the Moyar Gorge, situated 18 km from the lodge. 10 well-marked trails are also there inside the National Park stretching from 6.75km to 26.5km, to fuel the adrenalin rush. 



Wild gets wilder with Bandipur National Park


Once the favourite hunting ground of yesteryear’s Mysore Maharajas, Bandipur National Park is now a preferred destination among wildlife enthusiasts and people who want to refresh themselves in the lap of nature.Rated among the most popular wildlife sanctuaries in India, Bandipur National Park greets you with abundant glimpses and pieces of wildlife. As the habitat of about 5000 wild elephants and home to a maximum number of Indian tigers, this location is a prime spot for wildlife buffs looking to savor some living-on-the-edge moments in their lifetime.


Come to Bandipur to watch the jungle going wild with elephants, gaur, chital, wild-boar and sambar. This is going to be your never-before-seen experience: watching an unexplored world of jungle life unfolding before you. This is where you could see how elusive breeds like tiger, leopard and wild dogs are living life to the fullest!. If you are an avid birdwatcher, Bandipur is a place you shouldn't miss. Otherwise, you will be denying yourself a chance to hobnob with more than 300 species of birds.


.Best time to visit Bandipur National Park

A haven for an infinite variety of flora and fauna, Bandipur National Park is best visited during the winter season between October - March. The national park is enveloped in lush greenery where animals and birds add up to it's enchanting beauty. Bandipur can also be visited during the monsoon season between July and September where the park looks mesmerising.


 The rain enhances the beauty of the national park by making the whole place seem even more greener. Summers are comparatively warmer especially during the day when the sun shines brightly. However, it's the best time to spot animals and a plethora of colourful birds. 

Dandeli Wild Life Sanctuary - Karnataka

Mentioned as the adventure capital of South India, Dandeli is synonymous to peace and adventure. Located in the rocky trails of the Western Ghats, Dandeli is a splendid city of Karnataka. This place is situated at an altitude of 1551 ft above sea-level. 

Dandeli is made up of trails and green environment. The beauty of this place resides significantly in the adventurous hikes and beauty of Western Ghats. The untouched green landscapes house a staggering range of flora and fauna. Apart from the adventurous activities, there are several historical places including Ulavi temple, ancient caves of Kavla, and much more.

An integral part of the Western Ghats, Dandeli is home to colossal mountains, nature reserves, and fascinating wildlife. This place is an incredible destination for every kind of travellers as there are plenty of activities to do in Dandeli. If your interests are inclined towards adventurous hiking trips, then you should explore the Syntheri Rocks in the city. Or feel the adrenaline rush at Kali River while participating in Whitewater rafting, Boat rides, and Kayaking. End your day by relishing the therapeutic Natural Jacuzzi and soaking in nature’s beauty while staying in tents. Moreover, you can also embark on a wildlife safari to spot exotic wildlife at Dandeli Wildlife Sanctuary. 

If you are up for an encounter with the wild, then Dandeli Wildlife Sanctuary will offer you the best of it. This sanctuary is home to deciduous trees bamboo and teak plantations. You can spot various animal species like crocodiles, black panthers, elephants, Indian sloth bears, amphibian species, bird species, and reptiles. The bird species that you can spot in this sanctuary are Malabar pied hornbill and Indian hornbill.

Kali Tiger Reserve

A paradise for wildlife lovers, Kali Tiger Reserve is located in the Uttara Kannada district of Karnataka. It covers an area of 834.16 sq km and has been recognised as the second largest wildlife sanctuary in the state. Declared as the National Wildlife Sanctuary in 1956, it is home to a variety of flora and fauna including tigers, woodpeckers, hornbills, kingfishers, leopards, elephants, etc. It was renamed from Dandeli Wildlife Sanctuary to Kali Tiger Reserve in 2015.


The park stays open from 1st October to 30th June. However, safaris can be availed within the national park and is permissible in the buffer zone area from 1st July to 30th September every year. The timings of the sanctuary for tourists is 6:00 AM to 10:00 PM, and a visit duration of 7 to 8 hours is recommended if you wish to explore the sanctuary properly and at your own pace.

The Dandeli Wildlife Sanctuary safari is a pulsating experience you must have while you’re here. Through the dense vegetation, one is taken in an open jeep to the rugged forests where bison and malabar giant squirrels are more commonly spotted than any other animals. It is the perfect activity to indulge in for feeling young and free.


Jungle camping

Another enticing thing to do in Dandeli Wildlife Sanctuary is setting up a camp and staying amidst the jungle. Spend your night under the stars and enjoy a serene stay with your family and friends on your next enthralling vacation at Dandeli Wildlife Sanctuary.


Best time to visit dandeli

Winters are on the pleasant side in Dandeli and the average temperature remains around 26°C. People from different parts of the world love to visit the place in this season. The winter starts in the month of December and ends in the month of February.


Best Season in Dandeli

Dandeli is surrounded by dense forests and therefore, one will find a moderate climate throughout the year. A number of visitors come here to get the real pleasure of nature. Though, the climate remains pleasant all through the year but the best time to visit Dandeli is from October to May.


Summer Season in Dandeli

Summers in Dandeli are not on the hotter side as the average temperature remains around 33°C. During this season, quite a good number of people from different parts of the world pay a visit here.


Monsoon Season in Dandeli

Monsoon usually comes in the month of June and ends in the month of September. Temperature during this period ranges from 20°C-30°C and the city witnesses heavy rainfall. Most of the travellers avoid visiting the place during the monsoon season.

Kabini - Kerela

Kabini Wildlife Sanctuary is one of the ideal choices to pick the best wildlife sanctuaries in South India that offers a great wildlife experience. It is pinpointed on the bank of the Kabini River that enjoys the proximity of Beechanahalli village in Karnataka. This sanctuary is brimful with a diverse range of flora and fauna and attracts wildlife enthusiasts from the corners of the world. You can spot a diverse variety of wildlife species as well as some endangered species of animals. Its dense forests, lakes, steep valleys, and streams have the potential to win your heart.


Jungle safari


Jungle safari is one of the most exciting things to do in Kabini, Karnataka. This will bring you to the heart of the forest. By jungle safari, you can take a deep look at wilderness. If you ride in a jeep or any small vehicle, you can not feel the natural beauty of the jungle. You should ride with an open and tall vehicle by which you can enjoy the sight better and safely. With this adventure, you can spot many wild animals like Asiatic animals, tigers, leopards, sambar deer, etc.


This adventure is also controlled by government authorities. There are some terms and conditions which you have to follow.


Elephant safari


Everyone wishes to take a ride on the elephant once in their life. Kabini tourism fulfills their wishes by providing an adventure of elephant safari. Elephant safari gives an unforgettable experience. As we know, the elephant is a tall and strong animal, it takes you across the forest better than any rides. By riding an elephant, you can spot many things that you could not see with any other rides. The elephant safari takes you along a terrain that is impossible with any other roading vehicles.


One thing you must know that this adventure is controlled by jungle authorities and they have set a rule that you have to follow. For example, you must carry a suggested dress. The best time to visit the forest for elephant safari is any time of the year except monsoon season.


Kabini Backwaters Forest Safari


Kabini Backwaters Forest Safari is a popular experience conducted by the Karnataka Forest Department in Kabini river.  The Karnataka Forest department operates two types of safaris in Kabini- one is the jeep safari and the other is boat safari in Kabini River. The boat safari lasts for close to 90 minutes and guests may see elephants mud bathing on the shores, several birds such as cormorants, cranes, darters along the river banks, crocodiles as well as snakes. 




If you have a soul of adventurer, trekking is one activity you can take up here. It is a challenging activity for many people but at the same time one of the top things to do in Kabini. Taking the experience of trekking in Kabini is enjoyable. The trekking area of Kabini is surrounded by attractive mountains and hills. You can also have a look at the Western Ghats side by side. Trekking is famous in Kabini because it gives a true beauty of nature. You can enjoy the greenery of the forests all around you.


In Kabini, trekking is organized mostly by resorts and hotels. It is conducted under the guidance of some experts. For the first-timers, there are many conditions through which they have to go. They can have a medical test too. Before starting the trekking, they have to carry sufficient water because there are no shops on the way. Tadiandamol is the highest peak for trekking with a height of 1700 m.



Nagarhole wild tour


When you are visiting Kabini, you must take a tour of Nagarhole National Park. It is also known as Rajiv Gandhi National Park. It offers you many exciting activities and you can spot many species and animals too. This park is spread over 247 miles. It is well maintained by government authorities. Government officials also provide bus and jeep ride every morning and evening.The best time to take a tour of this park is the summer season. From July to October, the park remains closed due to heavy rainfall.



Best time to visit Kabini

October to May is the best time to visit Kabini as these are the non-monsoon months. This area receives heavy rainfall during the monsoon. so it is advisable not to visit Kabini from June to September. But Kabini is an exquisite destination that can be visited any time of the year, as the wildlife here can be spotted almost throughout the year.


Kabini in Summer - Animal sighting is better. Temperature ranges around 38-40 degrees Celsius


Kabini in Monsoon - Good time to spot spotted deer, sambar deer, etc. Temperature ranges around 30 degrees Celsius


Kabini in Winter - Best time to visit Kabini. Temperature ranges between 8 to 25 degrees Celsius. December to February is also the best time for bird watching in Kabini.


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