Wildlife Holidays in India
India remains one of the few countries in the world where the visitors can see the king of the jungle in its natural habitat. In addition to this, even though tiger sightings are never guaranteed, a number of national parks here are home to a steady population of this magnificent animal and provide good chances of an encounter.
India is working hard towards protecting its natural assets and sustaining its indigenous cultures. Tourism in India also supports and sustains local economies that are dependent on this revenue, by using local produce and creating economic opportunities for local communities. There are restrictions on the number of people permitted to enter the core area of forests so as not to create disturbance in the life cycle of nature and its wildlife. There is also pressure on hotels to promote recycling, using solar power and water reuse.
‘India Calling’ wildlife specialists are passionate tiger lovers and have an unsurpassed understanding born out of spending real time in these jungles! Allow us to introduce you to the most magnificent predator in its natural habitat! Whether from the back of a jeep or on a thrilling elephant-back safari, this ‘introduction’ in the depths of the jungle is a moment never to be forgotten!