The once Jim Corbett favorite haunt, Indian jungles host world’s rarest wildlife. With us come on an exciting tour of exotic wildlife in India...
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Exotic Wildlife In India

Your Boss and laptops, the endless honks and the incessant cell-phone bells – why don’t you give them all a break and come to India to rollick in the lap of Nature! India Tourist Spots invites you to a vacation in India’s 80 national parks and 425 sanctuaries. To spend your vacations with the exotic wildlife in India.
Wildlife in India
India's 1,36,000 species of plants, and some of the world’s rarest animals on the verge of extinction promise undulating adventure at the various national parks in India. The animals tagged ‘Endangered’ and ‘Protected’ in Indian wildlife sanctuaries include the one-horned Rhino, Asian White-backed vulture, Great Indian Bustard, Kashmir Markhor, Snow leopard, Asiatic lion, Musk Deer to name a few. What more, you can stay right there in the jungles.....

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Wildlife Destination of the Month: Nainital for Corbett National Park
Tiegr in Corbett National Park, NainitalTrip Highlights: Track Tigers following pug marks with naturalist guides, attend the 3-day wildlife photography camp, explore the Kalchuri Archaeological Remains, jeep and elephant safaris.

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Read what Visitors' say..
We were lucky to spot the Siberian Cranes in Bharatpur. The blood-shot bills and their playful pecking one another noisily was one awesome spectacle. This will be my second trip, who knows the Siberian Cranes might be back this year...
- Mr. Brown, UK, visited Bharatpur in 1998
Bandhavgarh was truly amazing. We were as close as 15 ft. of a huge tiger and it didn't even turn around unless another jeep came from the other side...the growl scared the shit out of me...
- Ackerman, Ireland, on his 2003 Bandhavgarh trip
Gir is much more than the lions...It is a peek into what living with the lords of the jungle mean....and a test for our presence of mind...
- Samantha and her friends, El Salvador, visited Gir in 2003
We were walking in the so-called 'buffer zone' of Corbett National Park following pugmarks and deer-droppings, and a huge Gaur showed up. I was too startled and forgot the camera....
- French zoologist Alanis, visited Corbett in 2005
Kanha National Park is definitely worth spending a week-long vacation....As we were touring, a herd of gray wolves began yelping at a suddenly turned around and charged after them, passing our jeep just 2 ft. away. For a moment I was breathless....
- Suraiyya Ahmed, Pakistani Socialite, recalls her Tiger-Show at Kanha.
We spent 4-days filming wildlife at Periyar National Park. We started off with the Jungle Patrol..a civet cat crossed our way..a small pack of wild dogs gasped out of the dark and darted past us. Was it a tiger?
- Photographer R. Cleveland, USA, on his visit to Periyar in 2004
The armored-beast looks so royal in the wilds of Kaziranga National Park. We need to spread the word that the rhino-horns are inert and has no medicinal properties. They are only keratin tissues - the component of our hair....
- Journalist Jadav Saikia (Assam, India) on Rhino Conservation
It gets very humid and the rainfall is heavy too. But considering the frequency of sighting tigers and other wildlife and life in mangroves, it's worth it. Visit Sunderbans...
- Mrs. Alka Yadav, NRI and Linguistic Professor, from Texas traveled with us in 2004.
Tiger sighting is assured here at Ranthambore National Park. Also try birdwatching, for the avifauna around the lakes are fascinating...
- Paraglider, Shadat from UAE, traveled with us in 2005.

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