Ranthambore National Park
One of the biggest national parks in India, Ranthambore is home to the mighty Bengal tiger. You can add our Ranthambore Wildlife Extension
to any of our India tours, which includes two jeep safaris to spot the tigers as well as other wildlife like sloth bears and leopard. You'll get the train to and from Delhi for the extension, giving you the chance to experience India rail travel and get a good view of the North Indian landscape.
Satpura National Park
Take a jeep safari in search of Bengal tiger, sloth bear, leopard and Malabar giant squirrel in the Satpura National Park on our Indian Wildlife Adventure
. With a backdrop of rugged hills, sandstone peaks and deep gorges, explore areas on foot and discover the park’s smaller residents from butterflies to ants. Smell the wildflowers and touch the native sal and teak trees. Board a boat on Tewa Lake and glide silently through the coves and bays, scanning the shore for leopard and the large Mugger crocodile.
Gujarat in Western India
Visit the Gir National Park on our Tribes and Wildlife of Gujarat
tour, the only place in the world where Asiatic lions can be seen in the wild. Take a late afternoon jeep safari and try to spot the lions amongst the varied terrain of rugged hills, high ridges, densely forested valleys and wide grassland plateaus. There are plenty of other wildlife to look out for, including several species of deer and antelope, leopard, langur monkey, striped hyena, honey badger, ruddy mongoose and a huge variety of birds.
Keoladeo Ghana National Park
After a sunrise visit to the world's most poetic building, the Taj Mahal, travel on rickshaws through Keoladeo Ghana National Park on our Family India Golden Triangle Adventure
. Covering 12 square miles, with around 7,000 acres underwater, the park is a haven for large numbers of breeding waterbirds and migrants. Spot some of the 300 species that have been sighted there, including heron, stork, geese and the huge and rare Siberian Crane.
Bandhavgarh Tiger Reserve
Located in the central Indian state of Madhya Pradesh, this reserve is known to have the highest population of Bengal tigers in the world. Join our India Tiger Safari trip
where you'll go on a safari in search of these majestic tigers. The reserve provides dense forests, bamboo vegetations and vast grasslands with rivers crossing through, making it the perfect habitat for this predator. Whilst tigers are the focus here, the park is also home to wild dogs, hyenas, spotted deer (chital), bison and many more species.