Grand Wildlife Tour of India


The Grand Wildlife tour of India is an incredible journey that traverses the length and breadth of India’s remarkable array of natural habitats – from lush forests to open grasslands and majestic rivers. Along the way, you can encounter an extraordinary range of wildlife species – including tigers, elephants, leopards, rhinos, antelopes, wild boar and numerous birds.

Trace the route that takes you on an astonishing exploration through some of the least explored territories in India. Observing rare animal behavior in their natural habitat with knowledgeable guides make the experience truly enthralling.

The route of the itinerary is New Delhi – Kanha National Park – Bandhavgarh National Park – Mumbai – Sasan Air National Park – Mumbai – Kaziranga National Park – New Delhi.

1. Delhi:

Starting in Delhi, travelers will journey throughout the country to visit some of its most iconic national parks and sanctuaries. In Delhi, you visit Delhi’s general insights, including the Red Fort, Humayun’s Tomb, and the Jama Masjid, before starting your wildlife journey. Also, you can have an excursion to Agra to visit the Taj Mahal and other monuments when in Delhi.

2. Kanha National Park:

You fly to Jabalpur and drive to Kanha National park. Kanha National Park, located in Madhya Pradesh in India, offers an exciting and grand wildlife experience. Enjoy game drives and view incredible sightings of rare wildlife on its open grasslands, lush forests, rivers and streams. Unwind with nature walks among native flora set against dramatic views of the Indian landscape. It’s no wonder that Kanha is considered one of India’s premier national park for wildlife enthusiasts.

3. Bandhavgarh National Park:

You drive to Bandhavgarh National Park. For the ultimate wildlife experience, Bandhavgarh is a must-visit on any grand tour of India. Located in the Umaria district of Madhya Pradesh, it is home to a large population of Bengal tigers and more than 250 species of birds. A nature lover’s paradise, this national park features spectacular mountain peaks, dense forests and streams lined with wildflowers. Enjoy adventure jungle safaris, bird watching or take a leisurely stroll through lush woodlands around your hotel for a revitalizing experience amidst the beauty of nature.

4. Mumbai:

You fly to Mumbai. You can take a trip to Elephanta caves, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, to explore the ancient rock-cut caves filled with sculptures of Hindu gods and goddesses. You see other highlights of Mumbai like Gandhi museum, Queens necklace, Chhatrapati Shivaji terminus, Dhobi Ghat, Juhu beach etc.

5. Sasan Gir National Park:

Fly to Rajkot and drive to Sasan Gir. Sasan Gir is a great destination for anyone looking to explore the vibrant wildlife of India. Located in Gujarat, Sasan Gir is home to numerous species and habitats, including Asiatic Lions, Leopards, Jackals and Hyenas. The area provides exceptional safari opportunities with bird-watching enthusiasts especially enjoying the abundance of bird life there.


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6. Kaziranga National Park

Fly to Guwahati and drive to Kaziranga. Kaziranga National Park in India is an incredible destination for a grand wildlife tour. Boasting of diverse wetland ecosystems, the park serves as a home to an awe-inspiring range of flora and fauna, including the endangered one-horned rhinoceros. Visitors can witness some of the country’s most majestic creatures up close, whether it is native barasingha deer or wild water buffalo. Furthermore, due to its near-pristine natural beauty, Kaziranga is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site – a true testament to this location’s spectacular wonders.

India is home to an incredible array of wildlife, and this tour will take you to see some of the country’s best. You’ll get to see tigers, elephants, leopards, bears, Asiatic lions, and more in their natural habitats.

Jay Kajaria is Founder of Bespoke India Holidays. Bespoke India Holidays is an award-winning company that specialises in creating luxury trips to India and the subcontinent.

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Comments (6)

  1. Caroline Bartlett says:

    This really is a dream trip. Holiday of a lifetime stuff!

  2. Tim Harris says:

    My friends in India tell me that you would be very lucky to see a tiger, though that’s more than made up for by the huge range of other wildlife, especially birds, that you see on tours like this one.

    • A jhali B says:

      Been to all wildlife parks described in this blog. Personally had several encounters with tigers besides other wildlife. One thing for sure I can say is that if you visit Bandhavgarh you will surely get to meet a tiger. Happy travels and happy viewing,

    • Sheila says:

      Putting my geography hat on, a lot of India’s appeal is the huge diversity. From the snowy mountainous north to the steaming tropical south, India has so many different habitats.

  3. Jen says:

    Those who’ve visited India usually fall in love with the country, it has got everything that you would want from a travel adventure. Yes, travel can be hard work but the rewards are unlike any other country I’ve ever visited.

  4. Steve says:

    Delhi is really underrated as a travel destination. I’d been there on business and got a sense of its potential.

    I booked a week’s holiday there for my wife and I. We never left the city and never ran out of things to do.

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