For nature lover India is paradise in terms of wildlife. It provides great Himalayas on one side and forests with wild animals in Ranthambore, Corbett, Sunderban, Kanha and Gir forest reserves. One can see lions, tigers and different varieties of animals and species. For ornithologist (Bird Watcher) we have wonderful game reserves in different parts of India. Like Bharatpur in Rajasthan, Sultanpur in Delhi, Chilika Lake in Odisha and many destinations in south India.
The varied natural habitat supports a staggering array of wildlife. There are some 1200 species of birds in 75 families. These include colourful and conspicuous varieties of pheasant, quail and jungle fowl, mainly inhabiting the Himalayas, storks and cranes, hornbills, flamingo's kingfishers. Clrhile sorne are indigenous, others are migratory birds that come annually to the northern plains from across the Himalayas, to escape the biting cold of giberia and Central Asia. Most spectacular is the peacock, the national bird, which is found through most of the country.
There are over 500 species of mammals, including the elephant, the rhinoceros and the Indian bison (gaur, among the largest land mammals in the world. India is the last refuge of the one-horned rhino and of the Asian lion. It is also the only country where one can find the magnificent trio of large cats -- the lion, the tiger and the leopard. The majestic tiger, truly the king of the forest, prowls most of the country -- the foothills of the Himalayas, the forests of Central India, the thick jungles of the southern uplands and the north-eastern hills, and the mangrove Sunderbans, where they have learned to swim and eat fish. The elusive leopard too is found almost all over India, especially in the lower Himalayas. Its beautiful cousins, the snow leopard and the clouded leopard are rarely seen denizens of the high ranges, above the snow line.
On all such Game rides/Bird watching tours/Jungle Safaris's etc we have trained naturalists and Forest Rangers/guides always accompanying the group along-with our experienced leaders.
All our Bird-watchers are experts. They have the right kind of knowledge that helps their tracking skills. Sons of the soil- being locals they understand local people and places. They take proper care of the visitors keeping in mind their safety.
Rest assured, we don't mind being called Jungle People.