The Jungle Tour with glimpses of tigers on Elephant Safari: Top 4 National Parks in India
Elephant is a very attractive animal. With mainly 3 species known to have been surviving presently, the attraction of young ones and adults toward this fascinating animal is easily understood. The Asian region is known for the Asiatic Elephants that are also known as Elephas Maximus. They are a big player in making India a lovely tourist attraction, reason being the impressive population of these huge mammals in the national parks and wildlife sanctuaries. So if you are planning a trip to India exploring its natural avenues, make sure you get joy rides on and with them. Some of the popular parks where elephant rides are quite enjoyable include the ones mentioned in the following paragraphs. You can choose to take a single tour for safari on elephants that covers all the three mentioned below. Bandhavgarh National Park- Find Your Way Located in Vindhya Hills, the national park is known most primarily for the population of With Tigers and Royal Bengal Tigers. However, spotting these wild cats is more fun from a height of two and half meters or more. On a Bandhavgarh Elephant Safari, you are sure to forget that you are actually riding in order to locate more wildlife spread across the park rather than for the sake of enjoying the lazed ride. The park is great for everyone who has versatile interests. Photographing animals and birds can bring extraordinary delight and from the elephant back you get the bigger eye span. It would be more memorable with the stay in the Jungle Resort nearby.
Jim Corbett National Park- Old has a tendency to remain Gold
This one is the feather in the cap as far as Indian Wildlife tourism is considered. Reputed for a healthy population of Royal Bengal tiger, the oldest national park of India is proud to take tourist on a wide excursion, more on the Jim Corbett Elephant Safari rather than on Jeep. The choice is made by you but the experience lasts for the lifetime. Even though the limelight is stolen by the mighty cats, you can see herds of elephants giving them a strong competition. Choose Your bait! Kanha National Park- The Visual Delight of “The Jungle Book” The next halting point is the Kanha National Park which is some 250 km from the Bandhavgarh National Park. The popular Mowgli Character of the Rudyard Kipling’s great creation “The Jungle Book” is inspired from the stories of this place. Here again, the tigers draw the maximum attention but not without the chance of riding on the largest mammal on the surface of the earth. Enjoy other wild creatures and various species of birds here that form the ecosystem of the place on Kanha Elephant Safari. Kazhiranga National Park- For The Sake of One-horned Rhinoceros This UNESCO World heritage site in the state of Assam is much in demand by the wildlife admirers. The One-horned rhinoceros is the major attraction of the park for which it was taken under the wing of UNESCO. The two-third population of this endangered species has made its home in the wilderness of the park. Globe trotters mark it in their itineraries when they are to arrive here, so great is its draw. The cheers are high in spirits even more with Kaziranga Elephant Safari. See what is there for you! For more detail visit- http://www.himalayaadventuretours.co.uk/elephant-and-camel-safari.html
Elephant safari is the best way to explore natural beauty and ideal safari to visit around and in the wildlife sanctuaries. There are some...