The seventh largest country in the World, India has diverse natural ecosystems. From delta wetlands and lagoons in Kerala to island arcs of Adamana and Nicobar and deciduous monsoon forests and thorn forests in Rajasthan to mangroves in Sunderbans, India is known for its rich biodiversity. Including about 90 National Parks and 482 wildlife sanctuaries, 4% of its expansive area is under forest cover.
Besides celebrated tigers, elephants and rhinos, you can meet deadly pythons, king cobras, dancing peacocks, monitor lizards and crocodiles in the forests of India. As you embark on wildlife adventure tours, such as camel safari, elephant safari, or jeep safari, you are introduced to a remarkable variety of wild beasts, animals, insects, reptiles, birds and wild flowers; distinctive to the region you are in. Wildlife adventure tours and wildlife photography expeditions in India are sure to offer some extraordinary moments to remember for a long time to come.