3 Most essential things to know before you start wildlife photography

 Hardly few years back, with manual cameras and film rolls, not everyone was interested getting into Wildlife photography. Only few people were haunted by this rare passion……Read More

Top Ten Wildlife Safari Camps & Resorts in India

 Every year, a fair number of nature lovers visit the national parks of India to experience an adventurous wildlife safari. You can find number of wildlife resorts…..Read More

Masai Mara National Reserve

 Masai Mara is one of the greatest Wildlife reserves in Africa and it is located in south-west Kenya……Read More

Top Five Wildlife Tourism Places in South India

 Southern part of India has wildlife sanctuaries & national parks which are perfect destinations for wildlife tourism in India. South India has UNESCO recognized Western Ghats & Nilgiris…….Read More

Difference between Gypsy safari & Canter safari (Bus)

 There are two kind of safari vehicles utilized in the National Parks of India. One is the Gypsy or Gypsy which can accommodate maximum 6 individuals, or a safari bus or Canter…..Read More

6 Best Tiger spotting Places in India

 Royal Bengal Tigers is India’s pride with whose presence the lush bio-diversity of India becomes extraordinary and a lot more appealing….Read More

What should you do when you encounter a Tiger on foot in his territory?














First of all, let me warn everyone that a Tiger is an impeccable slaughtering machine. So, the most ideal approach to fight him is, not to fight him.Read More

Safety measures to take while staying in a resort near a national park?












Staying in a jungle resort while on wildlife holiday is always a great fun, however for a comfortable and hassle free experience one must take care of himself and his groupRead More

Wildlife Tour Operators in India?














Welcome to, one of the top Wildlife Tour Operators in India. We are one of the pioneers of wildlife adventure safaris to national parks in India & Read More

Tiger Safari in India

Indias many nationwide parks are home to over half of the worlds tigers. Even when there are so many zoos where you can easily spot tigers, but there is something Read More

Do’s & Don’ts on Wildlife Safari













If this is your first wildlife safari and you are confused with what things you should make sure you do and to avoid on safari; then Read More

Frequently Asked Questions

Curious about your wildlife safari ? Have Loads of Questions in Mind ? Find answers of your all questions here

Top 10 Wildlife Safaris in India












Indias many nationwide parks are home to over half of the worlds tigers. Even when there are so many zoos where you can easily spot tigers, but there is something magical about?Read More

Ranthambore Safari Booking













A list of 272 species has been documented in the park. The park has number water sources and lakes where one can find amazing number of birds. The most important birds in Ranthambore?are Read More

Masai Mara Tour Operators in India














Be as wild and free as the rich wildlife in Africa! Pack your bags and set your voyage to the continent of colossal beauty and make memories of your expeditions with one of the best Masai Mara tour operators in India Read More

Bandhavgarh Tour Packages












Explore High Royal Bengal Tiger density, Photography opportunities, Buddha Stupa and Fort inside the forest. The place has also gained recognition for its source of?Read More

Black Naped Hare Or India Hare














There are 7 sub species of the Indian hare found in the country.?Indian Hare also called as Black Naped Hare is commonly seen throughout the Indian Sub continent along with the neighboring regions. Read More

Interesting Facts about Tigers













India is full of wilderness and its National animal ? the royal Bengal tiger wears the throne of most popular animal in the world, as declared by Read More

Kiang Or Tibetian Ass :








It is native to the Tibetan Plateau, where it inhabits montane and alpine grasslands. Its current range is restricted to Ladakh in Jammu and Kashmir, plains of the Tibetan plateau and northern Nepal along the?Read More