Indian Wildlife Safaris

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Top Wildlife Destinations

Ranthambore Tiger Reserve

Bandhavgarh Tiger Reserve

Tadoba Andhari Tiger Reserve

Kanha Tiger Reserve

Kaziranga Tiger Reserve

Pench Tiger Reserve

Best Wildlife Tours in India

We have a number of wildlife and safari tour packages spanning across the most popular wildlife destinations in India and these are the ones
which we recommend the most to our clients.

Birds, Tigers and the Taj

Enchanting East

The Land of the Last Asiatic Lions …

Magnificent Madhya Pradesh

The Terai Tigers

The Tigers Exclusive

Client Testimonials

 Jillian P.

Jillian P.

“We had three terrific safari experiences with Indian Wildlife Safaris in Ranthambhore last week. In three rides, we had a leopard sighting, a tiger, and a sloth bear sighting. Our guides and drivers were personable, knowledgeable, and perhaps most impressively, enthusiastic.”



“Indian Wildlife Safaris is/was phenomenal. We had 2 tiger sightings in 3 days at Ranthambore. Anurag and his team were great - our assigned guide Ram Avatar was knowledgeable and very focused on tracking tigers and worked hard to engage my 11 year old son as well.”

Pranav Shah

Pranav Shah

“Booked 2 Jeep safaris, one in the afternoon and one early Morning. We could spot tigers in both of them. Special thanks to Anurag. Have booked through him for the second time and he never disappoints. He makes sure you get the best zone and the best guide always.”


In India, there are four types of protected areas recognized under the Wildlife Protection Act of 1972 including: 1. National Parks: A National Park is strictly reserved for the betterment of wildlife and where activities such as forestry, grazing, or cultivation are not permitted. There are 106 National Parks in India. 2. Sanctuaries: Sanctuaries are naturally occurring areas that protect and provide a safe haven for endangered species from hunting, poaching and predation. There are 565 wildlife sanctuaries in India. Conservation & Community Reserves: Conservation and Community reserves in India serve as buffer zones, connectors and migration corridors between established national parks, wildlife sanctuaries, reserved forests and protected forests. There are 219 existing community reserves and 100 conservation reserves in India.

Currently, India has the largest tiger population in the world. There are over 2967 tigers living in over 54 National Parks & Tiger Reserves in India.

India is one of the most biodiverse countries in the world. It is home to more than 90000 species of animals and 2000 species of birds. It is believed that nearly twice that number of species have yet to be identified. Some of the rare species of wild animals you can spot on your safaris include the Royal Bengal Tigers, Asiatic Lions, Himalayan Black Bears, One-Horned Rhinoceros, Yellow Throated Martens, Asian Elephants and more. In addition to that, India is also a great destination for bird-watching with numerous species making it their home like the Plum-Headed Parakeets, Red-Headed Vultures, Indian Grey Hornbills, River Lapwing, Great Indian Bustard, Black-Crowned Night Heron, Cattle Egret and many more.

The best time to visit any National Park in India is during the summer season, especially between March and May. The rising summer heat causes the animals to gather closer to a water source, increasing the likelihood of spotting them during the safari. However, if you’re an avid bird-watcher then the winter season is the best time for you. Many rare species of birds migrate to India between November and February.

Although there are many differences between India and Africa, the fundamental idea of a wildlife safari is the same in both. This is especially true given the striking contrasts in the terrain, flora, fauna, climate, temperature, animal migration patterns and other factors. Indian and African wildlife safaris are merely two sides of the same coin.

An open-top 4X4 Gypsy safari vehicle will take you on your wildlife safaris. They have been modified to suit the various Indian terrains to make safaris safe and comfortable. It can easily accommodate 6 guests with 1 driver and 1 guide. You are welcome to share the vehicle, but for a more personalised experience, we recommend booking exclusive drives with your own group.

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