Wednesday, October 13, 2010

Season wild life in India (Spring)


Arrival : February
Duration : February to March

Why Spring
The season of spring is a harbinger of joy. In India, too, Spring is a beautiful period when the wintery sun begins to turn warm and the days get longer, not to mention the flowers blooming in full splendour. Spring is the most lovely season in India, when the entire ambience blooms in beauty. The nature around is bedazzled with the colours and fragrance. Though the spring season stays for a very short span of time, it brings newness to the surroundings. The entire atmosphere becomes bouncy.

Venture Around in the Spring
This one period when you can venture where you want. The climate will not be an obstruction on your way. Go to any part of India. Either visit the wildlife or any other attraction, Spring will never dissatisfy you.

Some Wildlife Sites You can visit in India :
Come Explore the Wilds
Where are you? If planning to explore the Indian Wilds, then you are going to achieve some very rare sights, you have ever though of. Yes, India is the land of Tigers, Elephants, Rhinos, Lions, Leopards, Blackbucks, King Cobras, Dancing Peacocks and what not! Still waiting! What are you waiting for? Just pack your bags and kick start your journey to the Wildlife India, something which will not disappoint you, but inspire you to write another "Jungle Book."

Are you in Central India?
Oh yes? this was the place which inspire Rudyard Kipling to write the "Jungle Books. " How can you miss out this? Just come and see what was that, which inspired him to write the "Jungle Books."
Bandhavgarh National Park & Kanha National Park, Madhya Pradesh
Both Bandhavgarh and Kanha are renown for tiger population worldwide. The Bandhavgarh region is blessed with a large variety of natives in terms of floras and faunas. You can easily sight tigers, leopards, spotted deer, wild boars, chinkaras, rhesus macaques, black faced langurs, jackals, foxes, wild dogs, chausinghas and ratels, among others as you venture into the forest area.

Bandhavgarh's most remarkable neighbour is Kanha National Park. If you have missed the tigers at Bandhavgarh, then Kanha will not disappoint you. With high concentration of tigers, Kanha has always captivated a huge section of tourists. When you are at Kanha National Park, you must be looking for the tigers, for which it is famous round the world. Tiger sightings are very common here.

But, as you cruise for tigers, don't ignore its other residents - leopards, gaur, sambar, chausinghas, barasingha, nilgais, sloth bears, barking deer, blackbuck, porcupines, mouse deer, hyenas, jackals, gray langurs, mongoose, jungle cat, etc. Kanha has over 300 different species of birds within its complex.

Nearby Attractions
The temple city of Khajuraho, Gwalior, Ujjain, Sanchi, Panchamarhi,etc.

Wildlife on the Backdrop of Royal Past
Yes, you have guessed right! This is in the royal land of Rajasthan - the Sariska National Park. Situated in the neigbouring state of Madhya Pradesh Sariska is just outstanding. If you have not added this to your wildlife India tour Itinerary, then do it fast, as the scenery which will find here will not find elsewhere.

Sariska National Park, Rajasthan
The Sariska National Park is home to several carnivores including Leopard, Wild Dog, Jungle Cat, Hyena, Jackal, and Tiger. And, you might see them all at the backdrop of the majestic Kankwadi Fort, a vista you will never forget! If you don't believe, then just come and find out. Capture some of them in you camera, so that you can make others believe. The wilds and the history has blended perfectly to offer you something very different. Sharp cliffs of hills and narrow valleys of the Aravallis dominates the landscape of Sariska, making it one of the most captivating wildlife sights of India. As you hunt for some of the most furious creatures, you will be refreshed by the melodious notes of the chirping birds, fighting to capture a space on the verdant vegetation of the park.

Nearby Attractions
If you have lots of time in hand, then sniff out the entire Rajasthan, but, don't get stumbled!
Are you Close to the Man-Eater's of Kumaon?
Yes, then why miss them! Go and find who inspired the great wildlife expert Jim Corbett to write - " The Man-Eater's of Kumaon." Of course take an elephant ride to find them out, because seeing the elephants they will not dare to step towards you.

Corbett National Park, Uttranchal
Take a jeep or an elephant to venture inside the park. An elephant ride will make your trip completely tasteful. Corbett is situated in the state of Uttaranchal in North India. Apart from tigers, elephants, leopards / panthers, jungle cats, fishing cats, leopard cats, Himalayan black bears, hog deer, ghorals, pangolins, martens, civets, otters, blue bulls are some of the species which are found here. Besides, you can also revive yourself in the salubrious ambience of the state.

Nearby Attractions
Do you know that Corbett is very close to the Taj Mahal - "the epitome of love." Then why miss it! just take a drive to this most captivating mausoleum of the world, and you will be dumbfound. But, if you don't want to move anywhere else, then stick to Uttarachal. Uttaranchal is an idealistic destinations for the tired souls.

Interested in Asiatic Lions?
Haven't you got confused? Yes, Asaitic Lions! They are still found in the forests of India! If you are roaming in Rajasthan, then take some time out of your tour itinerary to observe these elusive and ferocious creatures of the Indian Wilds. But, where will you find them - of course at Gir National Park of Gujarat, the neigbouring state to Rajasthan.

Gir national Park, Gujarat
The home of lions - Gir National Park is the most ideal place if you are here to observe Lions. But lions are not all at Gir, in fact, Gir is also home to one of the largest Leopard populations in any park in India. You will not be disappointed at Gir, as Gir National Park shelters numerous other animals, birds and reptiles.

Viewing Wildlife by a Boat Ride
Don't get disappointed, there are a lot more for you. If you have missed something, then here is another chance! Head towards the south and you will be mesmerized to find some rare and endangered species in a completely different settings. The water, the coconut trees, the houseboats, the backwaters all are craving to take you through its very own Periyar National Park, abundant with water, floras and faunas.

Periyar National Park, Kerala
The animals you will find here are Elephants, Tigers, Gaur, Wild Pigs, Sambar, Barking Deer, Mouse Deer, Dole or Indian Wild Dog. There are, now, an estimated 40 tigers in the Periyar national Park. Four species of primates found at Periyar are - the rare lion-tailed macaque, the Nilgiri Langur, Common Langur And Bonnet Macaque. Periyar also inhabits the elusive Nilgiri Tahr, which is rarely seen here. Head toward the Periyar lake to get a glimpse of the beautiful birds residing in the park.
Ready to take another Boat Ride!
Yes! this will be your ultimate destination to search for the Royal Bengal Tigers. The evergreen abode of the world's most luxuriant mangrove vegetation in the Sundarbans is the home of the biggest colony of Royal Bengal Tigers.

Sundarbans National Park, West Bengal
Are you still crazy to see the elusive tigers. Sundarbans forest inhabits more than 400 tigers. At Sundarbans, you will find them in a different sport - the Royal Bengal Tigers here are extremely good swimmers, so, who knows you might meet them at the middle of the river, while riding a boat! Isn't that exciting!

But, as you thrive to get a single glimpse of the Royal Bengal Tiger, you might come across - Fishing Cats, Macaques, Wild Boar, Common Grey Mongoose, Fox, Jungle Cat, Flying Fox, Pangolin, Chitals, etc. on the way. Besides, you can also meet various resident and foreign birds.

Are you close to the territory of the Rhinos?
Of course! Kaziranga the home of the One-horned Rhinos is not too far from Sundarbans. If you are keen on seeing them, then reach out to them at the Kaziranga National Park at Assam in the northeast India.

Kaziranga National Park, Assam
If you are hunting for Rhinos, then this is the place for you. Kaziranga supports the largest number of rhino in the subcontinent. The Kaziranga Wildlife Sanctruary is home to the great one horned Indian Rhino, about 900 in number. Apart from Rhinos, it is also famous for Indian Elephants.

Add On
» If you are still looking for wildlife then here are some excellent choice.
» Bandipur National Park, Karnataka
» Ranthambhore National Park, Rajasthan
» Panna National Park, Madhya Pradesh
» Dachigam National Park, Jammu & Kashmir
» Royal Chitwan, Nepal
» Rajaji National Park, Uttranchal
» Dudhwa National Park, Uttar Pradesh
» The Great Himalayan National Park, Himachal Pradesh
Spring Delights
Spring is the queen of all seasons. As the Spring arrives, the complete ambience is adorned with flowers and greenery. The climate reverberates, the trees are more green with newly born shoots, the gardens blossom with multihued flower. The entire atmosphere is composed and rosy. It is in this month that the festival of colours, Holi is celebrated. And, if you are desirous of being a part of the India marriage ceremony, then this is the ideal time for you, as most couples unite during this time of the year.

Few Difficulties
People generally speak their local language, the educated one can speak English. You might be in trouble, while searching for your kind of food. Except from some luxurious hotels, you may not find your choice of food. Transportation in the remote areas are not too appreciable. And, if you are keen on playing Holi then be careful about the colour you are going to use. And yes, if you are going to attend the Indian marriage ceremony, then be cautious while swallowing the spicy Indian cuisine.

Few Suggestions
Don't get into any unknown or illegal activity. Do not disturb the local culture and local atmosphere. Try to respect the local lifestyle. Get well informed about the routes and the place you are going to visit. Drink packaged bottled water and consume food from an authentic place. Don't get into too spicy India dishes. Drink lots of water and juice. Contact us whenever in trouble, while travelling Wildlife India.

If you want more information on Wildlife India Tour then get back to us, whenever needed. Let us know your requirements, so that we can make your trip to India Wildlife completely exceptional and exciting.