Best Wildlife Safaris in India

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Find Your Safari is your one-stop solution for all your wildlife tours & travels across India. A Wildlife Travel Booking Portal dedicated to the best Indian Wildlife Safari Destinations. It is a platform that helps travellers find and explore National Parks and hidden gems of Indian Wildlife tourism. Our Park Finder Quiz eases out the process of finding the best National Parks in India for every traveller. From deciding which park to visit to which hotel to use at a designated destination, all your questions will be answered. Wildlife Safari in India is gaining popularity, with people visiting these parks and acknowledging the beauty that can’t be found elsewhere. India is the only country in the world that accommodates both the Royal Bengal Tiger and Asiatic Lion. Being in such a country is vital for exploring and harnessing its true beauty and being mindful of the environment. The concept of the best Wildlife Safari doesn't necessarily translate to only Tiger Safari in India but is also about exploring the true beauty of Indian Wildlife. To make sure that you get the best of Indian Wilderness, India has some of the best Wildlife Resorts to assist you in exploring the same. Hence, to help you choose from the finest of the wildlife resorts in India, we have handpicked our listed safari hotels & safari lodges which provide the greatest wildlife experiences.

We believe travelling should be both fun and responsible. Therefore, all our listed Wildlife resorts and lodges follow various Responsible Tourism and Sustainable Living Practices. Our vision resonates with a rich Wildlife Safari Experience in India and travelling is the only way to unleash a great experience. Therefore to Explore the Indian wildlife to its depths, contact us as a medium to uncover the best of wildlife safari and relish an amazing exploration of National Parks in India.

With the assistance of Find Your Safari, your dream safaris and wildlife safari destinations can come true in India. We can assure you; every aspect of your journey would be looked after. Discover a world where you get to Find, Your Safari! 

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Park of the Month

Kanha National Park

Nestled in the Maikal range of Madhya Pradesh, Kanha National Park is one of the best highlights of Central India. It's fascinating to note that the national park is now known as the Tiger Reserve and is being hailed as one of the best wildlife refuges in the world. Kanha National Park, which sets in  Mandala and Kalaghat districts, was established as a reserve forest in 1879 and reclassified as a wildlife sanctuary in 1933. In 1955, it received another upgrade and became a national park. The total size of the Kanha Tiger Reserve, including the core zone and buffer, is 1945 square kilometres. The scenery, surrounding opulent meadows, woodland strands, and dark maroon forests provide magnificent sightseeing opportunities for nature lovers. The clear streams that run through the dense jungle purify the area and enhance the land's beauty and cuteness while also enhancing the wildlife. Rudyard Kipling, a well-known author, drew inspiration from this vibrant land for his masterpiece "The Jungle Book." For a variety of wild animals, the Kanha National Park provides the appropriate habitat including the powerful tigers, the Barasingha, which is the most common, and untold varieties of flora, birds, reptiles, and insects. With its well-developed infrastructure created specifically for them, this reserve has captured the interest of many tourists from all over the world. The Bammi Dadar, also known as the Sunset Point, is the ideal place to be in this area to enjoy yourself the most.

The enchanting beauty of the park has not faded over time, and it still captivates the attention of the tourists. Kanha National Park unlike other national parks in India offers some thrilling activities such as trekking, hiking, and more. It is believed that Kanha got its name from the soil texture found there, locally called Kanhar. There are around 104 national parks in India but the popularity Kanha has is unbeatable. Ruled by the Gondwana dynasty in the past, this land was home to the tribes of Gond and Baiga. These tribes reside around the park, painting the perfect example of how wildlife and human life can co-exist in harmony. They understand the jungle and its importance to the environment and themselves, too, helping reduce any man-animal conflict one could think of. Reintroducing Barasingha was one such achievement. Also called the "Jewel of Kanha," these Barasinghas were put under special enclosures to encourage breeding and avoid extinction. The result was quite evident when their population skyrocketed. From merely 66 in number, Kanha was now home to 600-700 Barasinghas. The department's efforts paid off when the Government of India awarded Kanha the best tourism-friendly national park. What is the best time to visit Kanha National Park? If tiger sightings are the sole purpose to visit Kanha then months from March onwards are the best. November to February marks the best tourist-friendly months for visiting Kanha National Park.

Hotels of the Month

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Fateh's Retreat

An Exclusive Farm Stay in Ranthambore

Kanha Earth Lodge

Kanha Earth Lodge, tucked in a small hamlet, in 16 acres of natural forest, bordering Kanha’s buffer zone, we stay true to our ethos of eco-tourism and conservation, while offering outstanding hospitality, in a quaint, yet luxurious abode. The lip-smacking flavours of local and global cuisine promise to satiate the taste buds, as do the myriad experiences of wild life and adventure, guided by our talented team of naturalists.

Tadoba Jungle Camp

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Jim & Billy's Wilderness

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The Incredible Wild

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