Safari Zones

India’s rich and diverse wildlife is a testament to the country’s commitment to preserving its natural heritage. The national parks and wildlife sanctuaries spread across the subcontinent offer a unique opportunity to witness the stunning variety of flora and fauna that call this land home. Among the many ways to experience this natural wonder, embarking on a safari adventure in these protected areas stands out as an unforgettable experience.

Kolsa Zone

Kolsa Zone

The Kolsa Zone is well-known for its spectacular forest vistas. It is because there are less opportunities to see wild creatures there. Moharli, Pangd...

Tadoba Zone

Tadoba Zone

The Tadoba Zone is well-known for providing travellers with a variety of fauna and beautiful landscapes. Additionally, it has four gates that are loca...

Moharli (Mohurli) Zone

Moharli (Mohurli) Zone

It is well-known for its excellent tiger sightings and for providing tourists with first-rate lodging options. Tadoba Zone and Kolsa Zone are the othe...

Ranipur Zone

Ranipur Zone

You enter the old era immediately when you enter Beribara FRH, the original Rajaji Wild Sanctuary under British rule. At the time, it was the VVIP Shi...

Jhilmil Zone

Jhilmil Zone

Swamp Deer have a conservation area in the southern portion of Chilla, which is a swampy grassland. Swamp deer exclusively live this area of West Utta...

Chilla Zone

Chilla Zone

People mostly like a 36 kilometre drivein this safari. The safari takes 3–4 hours to complete. However, the track leading to Mundal Sot runs through...

Kisli Zone

Kisli Zone

The chic saal trees and picturesque grasslands with bamboo plants habitat in the Kisli zone....

Mukki Zone

Mukki Zone

Mukki Zone reports good sightings. Saal, bamboo, and grasslands live in the landscape....

Sahari Zone

Sahari Zone

A common route connects Kisli to Sarahi, and along the journey, one passes by the imposing Saal woodlands....

Kanha Zone

Kanha Zone

The broad meadows, grasslands, and bamboo plants of the Kanha zone provide some unusual sightings. George Schaller, a researcher and conservationist, ...

Devalia Safari Park

Devalia Safari Park

A portion of the Gir wildlife calls this 4.12 sq. km., walled compound its home. You will undoubtedly have the best view of lions in this area. The ar...

Gir Jungle Trail

Gir Jungle Trail

The Forest Department reports that there are 600 Asiatic lions at Gir right now. Imagine spending an entire day with these domesticated animals. Yes, ...

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