Treks Trips & Trails

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Wild Safaris

Bask in the wilderness, bestowed with exotic flora and fauna.Revel in its natural terrains and fresh streams...Ranthambore, Hemis, Tadoba, Khas plateau, Velas Periyar and many more

Ranthambore National Park, Rajasthan

Ranthambore National park is spread over an area of 392 sq km. along with its nearby sanctuaries like - the Mansingh Sanctuary and the Kaila Devi Sanctuary.The park is majorly famous for its tigers and is one of the best locations in India to see the majestic predators in its natural habitat.

You will get to see other wild animals like Sloth Bears, Wild Boars, Sambhar to name a few.

Best time to visit – October to June while tiger sightings happen between March and May.

Bandhavgarh National Park, Madhya Pradesh

If you want to see the majestic Royal Bengal Tigers then look no further than the Bandhavgarh National Park. Bandhavgarh is counted among the best places for a wildlife safari in India.Presently being a protected environment, the tiger population is one of the most densely populated in India. In the past, it also served as a hunting ground for the royals.

Best time to visit - October to June and tigers are sighted sound March to May.


Kanha National Park, Madhya Pradesh

Popularised by Rudyard Kipling as the Mowgli land, Kanha is the place that inspired the classic – the Jungle Book. The Black Panther, Bears, Pythons, Elephants and even the Bengal Tiger, found their space in the classic. Around 125 tigers dot the scenery of the park and it’s a real treat for book and nature lovers alike!

Best time to visit - October to mid-June with March to May being ideal to spot the tigers and panthers 

Sunderbans National Park, West Bengal

Sunderbans national park is located at the South Eastern tip of the 24 Paraganas district in the state of West Bengal. I The Sundarbans are a part of the world's largest delta formed by the rivers Ganges,Brahmaputra and Meghna. It covers 4624 sq km incorporating a wide variety of birds and reptiles and including the salt-water crocodile. Apart from the Royal Bengal Tiger; Fishing Cats, Leopard Cats, Macaques, Wild Boar, Indian Grey Mongoose  Monitor Lizard, Estuarine Crocodile and the Olive Ridley Turtle, are also found in abundance here.

Best time to visit - October to April

Hemis National Park, Ladakh

The Hemis High Altitude National Park that extends over 600 sq. km. Located on the west bank of the Indus River, It is known for some rare species like the bharal and the snow leopard.  the park is also home to 16 species of mammals and 73 of birds. Tibetan argali sheep, Ibex, Blue sheep, chukhar, snow cocks, golden eagles to name some.

Best time to visit - May to September. In November due to heavy snowfall the park closes the safari



Sasan-Gir Wild life Sanctuary, Gujarat

Located on the western Gujarati peninsula, this park’s rugged scrubland and forests are best explored on a Jeep safari. Gir is the only natural habitat of world popular Asiatic Lions, coupled with thousands of other elusive wild animals and hard-to-find birds like uncommon Asiatic wild ass, hyenas, Gir foxes, pygmy woodpecker, brown fish owl and black buck etc.

Best time to visit - December to April; the park closes mid-June through monsoon season in mid-September.

Periyar Wildlife

Sanctuary, Kerala

This picturesque, 192,000-acre wildlife sanctuary located in the lap of the Western Ghats in Kerala, offers a lush environment for its inhabitants. There are plenty of tigers to see apart from birdwatchers who enjoy the park for its tropical species. One can also boat around the park to see the animals up real close like the elephants.

Best time to visit - Open throughout the year, September to December is the best time to go here.

Tadoba National Park, Maharashtra 

Tadoba is a wonderful place to enjoy wildlife in India, with a lake encircled by semi deciduous forests  and hills. The wildlife here includes Tigers, Barking Deers, Sambhar, Chital,Wild boars, Neelgai,Hyenas, Gaur, Leopards,Crococodiles, to name some.

280 bird species are spotted here and its birders paradise.

Best time to visit - October to June, tiger spotting happens in March to May.

Jim Corbett, Uttarakhand

Jim Corbett is perhaps one of India’s best known wildlife parks, being Asia’s very first National Park.  Besides tigers, there are Serow, Goral, Himalayan Tahr among other fascinating wild species.

Best time to visit - Mid-November to June end with tigers best spotted from March to May







Kaziranga National Park, Assam

Spanning across 429.69 square kilometers, the Kaziranga National Park is a home to largest population of One Horned Rhinoceros in the world.  Apart from the rhinos, elephants, bears, panthers and various pretty birds traverse the landscape of the park. Kaziranga is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Best time to visit - November to April is the ideal time to visit


Manas Wildlife Sanctuary, Assam

A Project Tiger Reserve, UNESCO World Heritage site,Manas Wildlife Sanctuary is located at the border of Assam and Bhutan, a four-hour drive from Kaziranga. There are jeep tours and elephant rides across the area as well as raft excursions on the water. It is home to a great variety of wildlife, including many endangered species, such as the tiger, pygmy hog, Indian rhinoceros and Indian elephant.


Pench National Park, Madhya Prades

Located almost at the border of Madhya Pradesh with Maharashtra, the Pench National Park is a tiger reserve spanning 464 sq kms. The undulating topography supports a mosaic of vegetation ranging from moist, sheltered valleys to open, dry deciduous forest. Over 1200 species of plants have been recorded from the area including several rare and endangered plants as well as plants of ethno-botanical importance. The high habitat heterogeneity favours high population of Chital and Sambar. Pench tiger reserve has highest density of herbivores in India

Best time to visit - October to June