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Tiger Safari Tiger Safari in India and a Leopard Safari in Sri Lanka with Wildlife Trails. We organise tailor made tiger safaris to see and photograph tigers, leopard and a variety of other wildlife in India, Sri Lanka and Nepal. Tigers can be observed on jeep safaris in several National Parks within India - all of which have been visited by the owners and their highly experienced travel consultants. A leopard safari can be organised in Southern Rajasthan, where the absence of tigers, emboldens these normally nocturnal cats and allows for some breathtaking encounters. Let Wild Trails design your perfect tiger tour in India, with relaxing stays in the best accommodation and jeep safaris into the park with the best guides; many of whom are personal friends of the owners of Wildlife Trails, who first visited India in 1997.

With over 20 return visits to India since 97 and visits to nearly all the major wildlife sanctuaries in both the north and south of India; no-one is better placed to advice you on the perfect tiger safari in India. If your interests lay more with birds or you fancy the chance to see the elusive Snow Leopard in Hemis National Park. Then we are the right company for you - with specialist birding tours to the North East and Gujurat, as well as winter treks in search of snow leopards in Ladakh.

Tiger Sanctuaries such as Ranthambhore, Bandhavgarh and Kanha have become legendary due to the many natural history films produced in these parks, and from the many visiting photographers who have had their pictures published in National Geographic or the BBC Wildlife Magazine. However nothing beats seeing a wild tiger with your own eyes, so take the chance to experience something completely unique and life changing - take a tiger tour with Wildlife Trails and see the cat with fire in its eyes.

In order to save India’s tigers, we have to first ensure the survival of the species in the relatively few remaining tiger sanctuaries in India. Ranthambhore, Kanha , Bandhavgarh, Corbett, Kaziranga and Panna Parks like Panna, Pench, Tadoba, Kaziranga and Corbett; provide suitable habitat and prey for the tigers to continue to roam and breed. However ultimately we have to create 'wildlife corridors' between these few remaining 'tiger islands' to ensure the genetic viability of the species. So when you have that chance and indeed privilege to take a tiger safari in India; please do try and support both the park guards and local villagers in their efforts to save tigers.

Tiger safaris are mostly taken in jeeps within the national parks, although some lesser known sanctuaries, such as Satpura and Nameri allow walking safaris. We are not fans of the shorter elephant 'shuttles' which used to operate in Bandhavgarh and Kanha, but have enjoyed on several occasions, the more relaxed and longer elephant safaris possible in Corbett and Kaziranga. There are also opportunities for boat safaris and birding trips to intimate locations such as the Chambal River of Bharatpur. A tiger tour should not be rushed or soley focused on this most beautiful of cats. It should run like an Indian river before the monsoon; with a slow, relaxed pace, allowing the visitor to see the full beauty of India and its wildlife.

Wildlife Trails has a proud history of working with the tribal villagers around the boundary of Ranthambhore National Park. Without the support of these people it will be impossible to safe guard the future of India's few remaining tigers. If you take a tiger safari with Wildlife Trails, you can be assured not just of a spectacular tiger safari, but also that you are giving something back to the local community.

     
 Bandhavgarh

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Corbett

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Kaziranga 

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