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Wildlife

Visiting wildlife could be a very enthralling experience if you choose the right place to visit. In India, you get to see wildlife with diverse terrain that provides shelter to a large number of species. In the dense tropical forests, you get to see some splendid species in their natural habitat.

When you explore wildlife in this country, you get to see the balanced environment that is the result of a perfect food chain. From reptiles to birds, mammals, and trees, you get to see an exuberance of everything in Indian forests. There are quite a few destinations that are known for enthralling nature lovers for decades.

With SnapTours, you become familiar with the true essence of Indian wildlife. We take you to the most desired destinations where spotting the most splendid creatures is easy and thrilling too. When we plan a wildlife safari, we ensure that it is filled with adventure that you remember your entire life.

We ensure that you could get to all the spots from where you can catch the sight of the animals and capture them on your devices as well. Seeing wildlife with us is an experience that you don’t want to miss. We don’t just take you to the wildlife hotspots in India, we let you feel the wilderness inside.


Pench National Park

Besides being a shelter of deers, tigers, and many exotic birds, this national park is also known for its exceptional management.

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Tadoba National Park

With a total area of 610.47 sq km, Taboda Andhari Tiger Reserve is the oldest and largest national park in Maharashtra.

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Kanha National Park

The largest national park in Central India also boasts of being the inspiration for Rudyard Kipling’s classic “The Jungle Book.”

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Sariska National Park

The Tiger Reserve located Alwar district is a part of the Aravalli Range and mesmerizes you with tigers and various other species.

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Bandhavgarh National Park

Another captivating tiger reserve from MP is also house to a large number of leopards, deers, and a taxidermied white tiger.

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Ranthambore National Park

The biggest wildlife hotspot in Rajasthan is known for having a thriving population of tigers and offers a thrilling safari ride.

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Jim Corbett National Park

This wildlife reserve has many things that it can boast of. Jim Corbett National Park is the oldest national park in India and is situated at a high altitude with a diverse trek.

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Jawai Leopard Reserve

Jawai Leopard Reserve is one of those lesser-known gems that truly take you by surprise.

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Bharatpur Bird Scantury

Bharatpur Bird Scantury also known as Keoladeo National Park, this wildlife reserve has been one of the top spots for birdwatching.

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