Safari in India

A safari is the best way to explore a place or the kinky tracks whether you are in a jungle, desert or on the far flung roads. India is bestowed with some of the most awesome wild sites which are a joy if explored by way of a safari. There is no better way to stray in a desert than on the back of a camel or search a jungle and sight rare animals in a jeep safari and if you love excitement to the extremes then the lion safari is just the thing for you; the best way to catch the 'king of the jungle' in its natural habitat.

Safaris on Offer

Some of the most common safaris are the Lion safari, Jeep safari, Camel safari and the Elephant safari. While some recent versions of the safaris are the Horse safari, jungle safari, Bird safari and the Desert safari.

Jeep Safari

One of the most secure and fastest ways to explore the remote areas or the deep insides of a jungle is through a jeep safari. A jeep safari provides the best option when covering large distances in a small time. Some of the wildlife parks in India offering jeep safaris are Rajaji National Park, Corbett National Park and Dudhwa National Park in Uttar Pradesh, Gir National Park in Gujarat, Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary in Kerala and the Bandipur and Nagarhole National Parks in Karnataka.

Elephant Safari

An interesting way of having the most awesome adventures while riding an elephant is the elephant safari. The wildlife parks in India with their thick vegetation can be easily explored on the back of an elephant. Some of the parks in India offering the elephant safari are the Bandhavgarh National Park, Corbett National Park in Uttar Pradesh, Kaziranga National Park and the Manas Tiger Reserve in Assam.

Camel Safari

Riding a camel is a popular and fascinating way to explore the desert while avoiding its mirages. It is the best way to penetrate into the small villages of Rajasthan. Passing through the midst of the Thar desert which looks like an unending ocean of sand is an experience that a person will remember for the rest of his life. Some of the major camel safari sites in India are Bharatpur Wildlife Sanctuary and Sariska Wildlife Sanctuary in Rajasthan and the Wild Ass Sanctuary in Gujarat.

Lion Safari

How about having a thrilling ride in a jeep or on the back of an elephant passing through the serpentine jungle roads and having the chills up your spine on seeing the wildest and the most ferocious king of beasts, the Indian lion. That is what a lion safari in India is all about. It is the best way to see and photograph lions and tigers in their natural habitat.

Safari Tour Packages

We are one of the top rated tour operators in India, hence we promise you a safe and the most gratifying safari tour. We have planned some of the best safari tours in India. What more you can design tours to suit your needs.

Camel Safari Tour

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  • Duration: 17 Days / 16 Nights
  • Attractions: Qutub Minar - Taj Mahal - Bharatpur Wildlife Sanctuary - Palace of the Winds - Amber Palace - Osian - Bishnoi Desert Tribe - Jaisalmer Fort - Pushkar Fair

Jeep Safari Tour

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  • Duration: 04 Days / 03 Nights
  • Attractions: Manali - Keylong - Khardong - Shashur Gompa - Trilokinath Temple - Manali

Motorbike Safari Tour

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  • Duration: 13 Days / 12 Nights
  • Attractions: Delhi - 110 km Ride to Kalpa - Sutlej River - Kaza - Losar - Chandra River - Jispa - Brandy Nullah - Rumtse - Sumdo - Tsomoriri Lake - Nubra Valley - Leh

Mountain Safari Tour

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  • Duration: 22 Days / 21 Nights
  • Attractions: Delhi - Rock Garden - Manali - Solang Nallah - Dhundi - Beaskund - Kullu Aut - Soja - Legendary Lake - UNA - Rampur - Sarhan - Shimla - Delhi

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