A Wild, Wild World: Trailing India’s Best Wild Safaris
Hill stations, snow-clad mountains or basking in the sun at a snazzy beach – these are the first things that come in the mind of an average traveller in India. No doubt, all of these are an evergreen option for relieving those throbbing nerves and aching muscles due to the strenuous life we are leading these days. But, ever considered adding a safari trip to your travel list of things to do? Not many would have thought so. Well, if you are an adventurer at heart and love to undertake anything and everything that involves thrills and chills, then this section might come handy for you.
How does a tiger or a lion look like in real life? In fact, what would you do if one of these come right in front of you, face to face? Well, let’s leave it on you how you tackle the situation. Live the entire situation at the following spots in India that take you through an enthralling wildlife safari. What you’ll see here, will stick in your memory till you die! Here you go–
- Jim Corbett National Park, Uttarakhand
India’s first and most established national park, the Corbett National Park resembles a paradise for adventure seekers and wildlife addicts. Despite the fact that the odds of really spotting a tiger inside this park are bleak, you may see one that is not baited or tracked. It is one of only a handful parks in northern India with wild elephants. The jeep safari inside this wildlife centre is a must encounter experience for anyone and everyone visiting Corbett.
- Bandhavgarh, Madhya Pradesh
If spotting a tiger is what you have always fancied, then this is your most obvious opportunity in all of India to get a glimpse of one. An additional fascination is that the town of Tala, right by the national park’s main entryway, has an awesome option for lodging and convenience to suit all budgets and pockets, which means that unlike the other tiger parks in the country, this one’s not just for the rich, but is easily affordable by the average budget traveller. You may even opt for the elephant-back safaris here, that last for a couple of hours, and are sheer delight. Ideal for kids.
- Hemis National Park, Ladakh
The Hemis High-Altitude National Park is the highest animal reserve of India. Close to Leh, the recreation center falls under the area of Ladakh and represents the Trans-Himalayan ecosystem. The recreation center has been reserved as one of the snow leopard reserves under a central government undertaking to save the species. Apart from the wildlife reserve, the district likewise has one of the famous Buddhist religious communities of Ladakh, the Hemis Gompa. Combined with outlandish wildlife, society and craftsmanship, and of course, natural beauty, the Hemis High-Altitude National Park can make for an ideal holiday destination.
- Sunderbans, Bengal
This acclaimed park has an enormous number of Bengal tigers, more than two hundred to be precise! The swampy territory, however, implies seeing one of them is to a great degree uncommon, yet you’ll have a ton of fun trying. Although arriving here is an adventure and herculean task in itself, and once you arrive, you’ll be taking safaris not in jeeps, but rather in kayaks! Do we need to say more?
- Kaziranga National Park, Assam
Situated in Assam, this park lies northeast of the thin stretch of land between Nepal and Bangladesh, and has a scene of sheer woodland, tall elephant grass, swamps and shallow pools. A world heritage site, you can see two-third of the world’s Great Indian one-horned rhinoceros populace right here. It’s additionally rich in elephants, wild bison, monitor lizards, and water fowls. A private jeep safari or elephant ride are the ideal options to explore this wild world.
Surely, most of the wildlife enthusiasts must already have started planning for a wildlife safari after reading about these. Hemis National Park is our favourite. What are you opting for?
Sandeep is a travel blogger who has been writing travelogues and articles for 6 years now. He has also worked in the travel industry in the past. He also suggests on different modes of travel, including main attractions and how to reach options, such as Delhi to Udaipur flights.