Key Wildlife States

With such a large subcontinent to choose from, with states the size of most countries, the choice of where to go is never easy. It does ensure you can return and explore for a whole lifetime, ensuring that every time you come back its like a new beginning. Below are the many of the key wildlife based destinations.

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Assam

Nestled deep in the Himalayas with its lush green hills and valleys criss-crossed by the mighty Brahmaputra and its numerous tributaries, Assam is one

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Central India

The Central Indian landscape is adorned with Vindhya, Satpura, Aravalli, Maikal and Ajanta mountain ranges that ensconce amazing flora and fauna species

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Chattisgarh

Rightly known as ‘The Land of Surprises’, Chhattisgarh is blessed with some pristine forest covers, splendid caves, hilly terrain, cascading waterfalls

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East and North East India

The forests in the Eastern and North Eastern part of India boast of unique flora and fauna. Endangered animals such as one-horned rhinoceros, the gargantuan

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Gujarat

Gujarat’s bustling seaports, historic temples and mosques, and trade centres have drawn travellers since time immemorial. Home turf of the roaring Asiatic

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Karnataka

‘One State, Many Worlds’ – from scenic beaches and evergreen forests to ancient sculpted temples and cosmopolitan cities, Karnataka captures the

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Kerala

A slice of greenery along the magnificent Arabian sea in the southern tip of the country, Kerala is the perfect spot to laze on tropical palm-tree beaches,

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Madhya Pradesh

Composed largely of plateaus, Madhya Pradesh is the ‘Heart of Incredible India’ packed to its borders with unique natural and cultural assets. Home

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Maharashtra

With the mesmerising Konkan coastal belt on one side and the mist-covered Sahyadri ranges on the other, Maharashtra is dotted with numerous forts, wildlife

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Nepal

Nepal, the land of the Himalayas, historic cities and lush forests is home to a wide range of flora and fauna owing to extreme variations in its altitude

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North India

The Northern region is largely associated with the Himalayan ranges and the mysterious Ghost of the Mountains - the snow leopard. The pristine Gangotri

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Rajasthan

A melting pot of different cultures, this state’s quintessential charm is rooted in its majestic past. The land of lakes, forts, palaces and deserts,

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South India

The Nilgiri Biosphere Reserve spans across more than 5,000 square kilometres of the pristine Western Ghats of South India replete with moist, evergreen,

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Tamil Nadu

Tamil Nadu is a sensory treat for travellers exploring the southern part of the country. With about 18% of its total area covered by dry and wet deciduous

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Uttar Pradesh

Home to the Taj Mahal, one of the Seven Wonders of the World, Uttar Pradesh is an enchanting land of historical monuments and places of religious significance.

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Uttarakhand

Revered for its status as Devbhumi or Land of the Gods, Uttarakhand is characterised by its pristine natural beauty and sublime spirituality. Featuring

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West Bengal

With the Bay of Bengal to its south and the Himalayas to its north, Bengal offers a potpourri of mesmerising cultural and wildlife experiences set against

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West India

When we think of West India, we think of the last and only remaining abode of the Asiatic lions, the Gir National Park in Gujarat. Today, the conservation

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