Have you seen the movie Jungle Book recently? Actually, who don’t? And all of us who have seen this film was fall in love with forest once more. Yes, on the occasion of Earth-Day, we are talking about the forest.
Though it is a well-known fact now that the greeneries of mother earth are decreasing. It is our responsibility to save the Nature, save the forest and save the life. Here are some of the best ideas to spend some quality time inside a forest without harming it.
Elephant Safari Tour
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The elephant safaris are ideal for the deep forest parks where jeeps can’t move. The forest is the home of the elephants and they know every bit of it. These huge animals take you inside the tropical wildlife sanctuaries at their own majestic pace and you will have the required time to amalgamate yourself completely with nature.
Where to go: In Uttaranchal Corbett National Park , in Assam Kaziranga and Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary in Kerala are the best places for elephant safari tours. You may also choose Bandhavgarh National Park and Kanha National Park in Madhya Pradesh.
Ideal time: National parks like Corbett, Periyar, Kaziranga and Ranthambore are open all year round. However, the best time to go for an elephant safari tour is between November and June.
Tour operator: Adventure tours India is a portal where you can choose from many elephant safari tours across all national parks in India.
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India is the home of thousands of birds species and thus, it is easier to find a rare species of bird in an Indian national park than to spot a tiger inside the reserve forests. In India, you can avail a guided bird watching tour to our national forests. Local experienced ornithologists act as the tour guide here and are suitable for experienced as well as beginners bird watchers. It is a must to carry a pair of sharp and effective binoculars on this expedition.
Where to go: Kaziranga, Corbett, Bandhavgarh and Kanha National Parks are ideal for bird watching tours where you can spot rare Pallas-Fish Eagle, Bengal Florican, and the white-winged duck.
Ideal time: October to July are popular months for bird watching. Avoid the rainy season.
Tour operator: India Wildlife Resorts (www.indiawildliferesorts.com) offers close to 30 different bird watching itineraries.
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Tiger is a pride animal of India. The fierce and enormous Royal Bengal tiger attract visitor from the evry corner of the world. These tours bring you close to nature where these majestic creatures reside. The tour doesn’t promise tiger sightings; however, they are aimed to spot a tiger more often than rare. A local guide takes you through the forest where tigers can be found.
Where to go: Ranthambore, Periyar, Corbett, Kaziranga, Bandhavgarh and Kanha National Park are some most popular places for tiger spotting.
Ideal time: Best time to go for tiger spotting is between February and May.
Tour operator: India Wildlife Resorts (www.indiawildliferesorts.com) offers nearly 10 different tiger spotting tours along with tips.