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India Wildlife Tours – Explore Wildlife Trails Along with a Cultural Alley
By:Jessica

“India, a land drenched in the vibrant hues of culture,
A land where love is redefined at Taj,
A land where the monsoon is welcomed by a dancing peacock,
A land kissed by the sea, blessed by the sun and crowned by the Himalayas.”

Right from the gifts of Mother Nature, to the wonders created by humans, the Indian Subcontinent has it all. Thus, it is one of the unique nations that present the wilderness of the woods along with the colors of the culture.

Amazed! Well get ready to me amazed more, as this piece of content will bring forth such destinations that will make you explore wildlife trails along with a cultural alley.

Ranthambore National Park, Rajasthan – Come and see the Royal Bengal Tiger frisking around the Royal Fort

Located in the Sawai Madhopur district, the Ranthambore National Park is one of the precious jewels studded in the majestic land of Rajasthan. It is the roar of the Royal Bengal Tigers that entices wildlife enthusiasts from different nooks and corners of the world to Ranthambore. Admit it or not, but you really need to have a stomach for watching the striped cat prowling. In addition to the big cats, the park is also famous for cosseting one of the famous fortresses, the Ranthambore Fort. If you unfold the pages of history, then you will come to know that many battles were fought since winning this fort. Presently travelers visit this fort not just for unveiling the stories of the past, but also for sighting various beautiful avifauna species. The fort which was in yesteryears considered as the symbol of power today is a home to various wild beings. However, its cultural and historical worth is still intact in each of its brick.

Gir National Park, Gujarat – Witness the magnificence of Lions and bask in the traditional hues

Lion – The King of the Jungle, The Furious Ruler, The Dangerously Beautiful Predator; the list of adjectives never ends for the respective big cat. However, when it comes to sighting this regal member of the cat family, there is just one place – The Gir National Park of Gujarat. It is the only abode of the Asiatic Lions. Though there are various other fauna species residing in the park, the Lions stand as the center of attraction. Besides the King of the Jungle, travelers are magnetized by the culture, tradition and history of Gujarat. It is a land where multiple religions and beliefs are respected. Owing to which, this desert is a beautiful place to visit. Further, it is the folk dance and music that stand as another very prominent part of Gujarat’s culture. The mere sound of the folk music is enough to entice tourists. Though generally people believe that Gujarat is all about sand dunes, but there is more to it than meets the eyes. Concealed in these sand dunes are the roars of the Asiatic Lions, music of the folks and the faiths of the devotees.

Bandhavgarh National Park, Madhya Pradesh–A home of the Bengal Tigers, an abode of the royal legacy

Located in the Central part of India, Madhya Pradesh is regarded as the heart of India. However, if you talk about the heart of Madhya Pradesh, it is located in the woods of the Bandhavgarh National Park, and is better known as the Royal Bengal Tigers. In the yesteryears, Bandhavgarh served as a hunting ground for the kings of Rewa, which led to a massive decrease in the tiger populace. However, today the scenario is entirely different and the place embraces a considerable number of the big cats.

For those who wish to capture the entire park in their eyes, must visit the Bandhavgarh Fort located within the periphery of the park. This fort holds a lot of historical worth. Earlier it was used by the kings of the humans and today by the kings of the jungle – the tigers. Further, the fort is situated at a height, which is very safe for the little tiger cubs, and thus the place allures the striped cats. Yet again you can see that there is a unique connection between the cultural legacy packed in the fort and the wilderness spread in the park.

Now you have two reasons to avail wildlife tour packages to India, one the wild beings themselves and other the beautiful colors of the culture. Thus, don’t think much and simply get a wildlife tour package and enjoy the two-in-one offer.






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