The Himalayan Outback has handpicked some of the best wildlife safari trips in India. We have some of the top wildlife guides in India that will join you on your tour with us. This would make your vacation “an adventure of a lifetime.” We pay close attention to the smallest things. It further guarantees that our visitors have a relaxing and delightful stay at The Himalayan Outback.
India has a rich historical culture and one of the most breathtaking landscapes on the planet. This diversified landscape is home to some of the world’s most endangered species. With protected National Parks spanning the length and width of India, you may witness various species. And those include Tigers, One-Horned Rhinoceros, Indian Elephants, and a plethora of other animals in its natural environment.
For generations, humans and wildlife have coexisted in this area. Ancient customs and rituals coexist with modern lifestyles in the twenty-first century. The India of today is opulent, fashionable, glamorous, legendary, and historic all at the same time. It is in a manner that is both inspirational and mystifying.
India is a melting pot of cultures. It is best experienced as a fusion. And it combines adventure travel to animal hotspots, chosen alternative housing, and cultural exploration.
Here’s a taste of some of our favourite Wildlife excursions.
The Corbett Trail Of Wildlife Safari Trips
Jim Corbett was a famed hunter, tracker, environmentalist, naturalist, and novelist. He used to reside in Northern India’s Kumaon area. In the early twentieth century, local authorities had tasked him with pursuing and shooting “man-eating” tigers and leopards. The Jim Corbett National Park, India’s largest tiger reserve, got its name after him.
This itinerary includes a visit to Corbett’s summer house in Nainital. Also, it includes safaris and accommodations within the core zone of the Jim Corbett National Park. And a tour of his winter residence in the village of Kaladhungi is also there.
Snow Leopard Trek
Catching a sight of the Himalayas’ “grey ghost” is a rare gift. And the expedition across this breathtaking region is an experience you will never forget. Even in these severe conditions, our Himalayan Outback crew will guarantee that each meal is something you will look forward to. This is in addition to the service and safety standards for which we have been known over the years.
This trip is aimed for people who are physically strong. And also for those, who appreciate the excitement of pushing their endurance limits. If you are an extreme adventurer who wants to join us to pursue the rare Snow Leopard in winter, join us. You can be certain of an awesome life-changing experience!
Tigers & Panthers Wildlife Safari Trips
This incredible vacation to the Indian state of Rajasthan includes a tiger safari at the Ranthambore Tiger Reserve. It also includes the legendary leopards of Jawai. And the culturally and historically rich towns of Jaipur and Udaipur are also in the list!
We blend stays in great heritage homes that have been transformed into hotels with stays at well-known safari lodges. Moreover, this is the journey that answers all of the “must-dos” for a vacation to India. The entire experience is enhanced by one of India’s finest cultural and wildlife specialists. They will also be your host on your wildlife safari trip. They have an expertise of 40 stunning years.
Kaziranga & Manas National Parks In North East India
This is a genuinely one-of-a-kind wildlife tour that even most Indian wildlife aficionados neglect. It comprises two National Parks in India’s distant north-eastern region: Kaziranga National Park and Manas National Park.
The Kaziranga National Park is home to the world’s biggest population of the endangered “one-horned Indian rhinoceros.” The park also supports half of the world’s population of genetically pure Wild Water Buffaloes, wild elephants. And possibly the densest tiger population is also there. It is also a birdwatcher’s paradise, with over 500 different kinds of birds. Some of the species present here are the Crested Serpent Eagle, Palla’s Fishing Eagle, Greyheaded Fishing Eagle, Swamp Partridge, Bar-headed Goose, Whistling Teal, Bengal Florican, Storks, Herons, and Pelicans.
The Manas National Park is in the Eastern Himalayan foothills. The massive Manas River flanks it. It also serves as a border between Bhutan and India.
Manas National Park in Assam is the only area in the world that is a biosphere reserve, a natural heritage site, a Project Tiger Reserve, and a Project Elephant Reserve all at the same time. It is home to Royal Bengal Tigers and Wild Buffaloes. It also provides a variety of activities to enjoy the region’s richness.
Conclusion Of Best Places For Safer Wildlife Safari Trips
So, here this was a list of the wildlife safari vacation packages by the Himalayan Outback. Plan your trip with us and get ready to enjoy some of the forever cherishable moments of your life.