India’s wildlife is as diverse as the country itself, with plenty to entice any wildlife enthusiast.
The country’s most famous resident is without doubt the Bengal tiger. This majestic big cat has struggled to survive against the ravages of illegal poaching, but with the help of several conservation projects the remaining population finally have some secure habitat and protection. Ranthambore, Khana and Bandhavgarh tiger reserves are the most popular destinations for safaris and offer a good chance of spotting a tiger. Explore are a proud member of TOFT, Travel Operators for Tigers, working to protect India's tigers and ensure these creatures survive for generations to come.
It’s not all about tigers though. Gujarat is home to the rare Asiatic lion and visitors to Kaziranga National Park in the north east of the country have a good chance of spotting the one-horned rhino, as the park is home to 75% of the world population of these odd looking mammals.