TIGERS & THE WILDLIFE OF INDIA'S NATIONAL PARKS
Greig Smith Travels specialise in both Tailored and Small Group Tours to selected National Parks of India. Our guides are naturalists and professional wildlife photographers, with years of experience observing tigers, leopards, and more.
More than half the world’s remaining wild Tiger population live in India. Spread out across more than 40 National Parks, we help you select your ideal location for a wildlife expedition to spot these elusive and proud animals.
Home to some approx 2,200 wild tigers, the national animal of India, tigers play a significant role in India’s cultural and natural heritage.
With a dwindling population, it’s a once-in-a-lifetime experience to see these wonderful untamed animals in the wilderness.
Alongside Bengal Tigers, you can hope to spot Asiatic Lions, Black Buck, Lion-Tailed Macaque, Indian Bison (Gaur), Asian Elephant, Chinkara, Leopards, Asiatic or Indian Wild Dogs, Four-Horned Antelopes (Chausingha), Indian Rock Pythons, Indian White-Rumped Vulture, Long-Billed Vulture, Wild Water Buffalo, Swamp Deer, Mongoose, Wild Cats, Salt-Water Crocodiles, Wolves, Golden Jackal, Hyenas, Greater One-Horned Rhinoceros, and Sloth Bear.
Over 1200 species of bird are found in India, comprising at least 13% of the world's birds.
Snakes that will charm you include, Indian Cobra Naja Naja, King Cobra, Indian Rock Python Ajgar, Russells Viper Daboia, Saw-Scaled Viper, Pit Viper, Indian Krait, Indian Rat Snake Dhaman, Indian Sand Boa, Asiatic Water Snake or Checkered Keelback, Trinket, Banded Racer, Vine, Cat and Dog-Faced Snake.
Whether you're a birder or a herper, or just an all round wildlife enthusiast, India is a veritable treasure trove of biodiversity and nature at its best!