Know Wildlife in India From Close Quarters
The unparalleled wildlife diversity complemented by equally diverse flora and fauna establishes India as the mystic of the natural world.
As a matter of fact, India has been one of the most popular destinations among nature aficionados and wildlife tourists.
In order to make the most of this advantageous position, India has been working on streamlining the wildlife tourism industry.
The success achieved in doing so is evident from the increasing tourist numbers.
Touring India in terms of wildlife exploration and discovery has been made easy and simple.
The rich and diverse wildlife in India is spread across the length and breadth of the country.
Therefore it has been grouped under east, west, north and south wildlife tours.
The east India wildlife tour opens the door to the Kaziranga Park, Jim Corbett and the Sunderbans besides other exotic flora and fauna.
The Kaziranga is famous for the unique breed of the rhino and the mammoth elephants while the Jim Corbett for the tigers and other exotic animals.
The Sunderbans is the home for the famous Bengal tiger which is just one of a kind.
The south India wildlife tour offers a different kind of an experience as regards a close-up view of nature.
The fisheries and the wildlife parks are the major attractions for a large number of the tourists in this part of the country.
Not to mention the arboreal beauty of south India.
Besides knowing wildlife from close quarters, tourists also enjoy the scenic beauty of the land.
The landscapes make for a superb background as tourists traverse the vast stretch of the lands.
The major highlights include the Cauvery fishing camp, coast to mountains expedition, the horse safari and the Ranganatitu bird sanctuary.
The Nagarhole National Park also houses rare many flora and fauna.
Wildlife in India has a lot more to offer than just traversing the country and experiencing its pulse.
One has to experience it to believe it.
The professional management of the wildlife tourism industry has paid rich dividends in terms of revenue generation and promoting India's treasury of wildlife.