Homing one of the most diversified wildlife on the planet, India is a
premier eco-tourism paradise on the Earth. We have chosen the most preferred
wildlife destinations in India for our tour packages. These include the
exotic beaches and marine life in Goa, green-covered hills of Himalayas and
virgin lands of natural beauty in Kerala. You also get to explore the
treasure-trove of mother nature in Ladakh and Sikkim, the areas considered
relatively unaccessible. You can relish the natural beauty of green-covered
foot-hills of Himalayas in Uttaranchal.
An important eco-tourism destination, Goa harbours
around 48 mammal species, 276 bird species and 60 species of reptiles. Salim
Ali Bird Sanctuary, Bondla Sanctuary and Bhagwan Mahavir Sanctuary are
famous eco-tourism places.
The Indian Himalayas is a great eco-tourism
destination. A wide range of flora and fauna have found shelter in the
Himalayan ranges. Many wildlife sanctuaries have also been established in
the Himalayan regions.
Eco-tourism has its own significance in Kerala. The
state of Kerala features some of the richest bio-diversities in the world.
Whether its animal life or vegetation, Kerala has its own place and
importance in eco-tourism.
Located at an elevation ranging between 2750 feet and
6670 feet, Ladakh is also an important eco-tourism destination for
travellers. Ladakh is known to preserve a high-altitude eco-suystem and
exotic wildlife species.
Located in the Himalayas and the north-eastern state
of India, Sikkim offers travellers wildlife attractions and a host of
adventure activities to indulge in. Around 36% of Sikkim remains covered
with lush forests.
The northern Indian state of Uttaranchal is divided
into two regions the Garhwal region and the Kumaon region. The
diversity of wildlife and the variety of geographical terrain both are worth