6 Must-try Wildlife Tours In India Right Now


​Photographer’s Special by Pugdundee Safaris

​This is an exclusive tour offered by Pugdundee Safaris where its team of experienced naturalists takes both learners as well as professionals on a photography-focused trip.


​Pashan Garh, A Taj Safari- Panna National Park

​Located close to a watering hole, this place allows guests one of the best wildlife-spotting experiences. In fact, just an hour’s drive away lies the famous Khajuraho temple, a UNESCO World Heritage site.


​Kabini Backwaters Forest Safari

​Mud-bathing elephants, various species of birds and crocodiles, are what you get to see on the 90-minute-long boat safari on the Kabini river.


​Birding Tours Indiaby Wildlife Explorer India

​This is a 13-day North India birding trip offered by Wildlife Explorer India. It allows birdwatchers a chance to spot some of the rarest and native bird species.


​Golden Triangle & Tiger Tour with Bird Watching

​Here you get a combined tour of the three most prominent national parks of the country; Keoladeo Ghana National Park, Corbett National Park, and Ranthambore National Park.


​Special Interest Tours by Nature Safari India

​From snow leopards to the red and black pandas, its luxury tours allow you a chance to get acquainted with some rare furry friends in the wild.

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