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Wild Life and Birding camps


India is home to several fabulous wildlife sanctuaries and national parks, which makes this country a nature lovers paradise. The wildlife sanctuaries in India are home to around two thousand different species of birds, 3500 species of mammals, nearly 30000 different kinds of insects and more than 15000 varieties of plants. Travelers from all across the globe come to India to take a look at its rich wildlife and natural vegetation.

There are as many as 80 national parks and over 441 wildlife sanctuaries in India, covering nearly 4.5% of the total geographical area of the country. Scattered all across the country, these sanctuaries and parks attracts the tourists with their beautiful landscapes, amazing rock formation and diverse range of flora and fauna. Most of these sanctuaries were originally private hunting grounds of the former Indian aristocratic families.

We regular conduct the Wild Life and Birding camps and can organize a custom trip according to your choice of destination::

For more info mail at info@outdoorindia.org; rakeshjain22@gmail.com



Birding



Famous Wildlife Parks in M.P. :
Bandhavgarh National Park
Location - 280 kms from Khajuraho, 170 kms from Jabalpur.
Best Time to Visit - February-June (Closed 1 July-31 October).
Highlight - White Tigers, Nilgai, Chausingha, Chital, Chinkara, Wild Boar.
Kanha National Park
Location - 175 kms from Jabalpur, 25 kms from Mukki.
Best Time to Visit - April to June and November to January.
Highlight - Gaur, Chital, Sambar,Nilgai,Chinkara,Barking Deer, Barasingha, Wild Boar.
Panna National Park
Location - 57 kms from Khajuraho.
Best Time to Visit - January to May.
Highlight - 15 Birds and 8 Mammal Species
Satpura National Park
Location - 195 kms from Bhopal.
Best Time to Visit - December to June.
Highlight - Gaur and Giant Squirrels.
Karera Wildlife Sanctuary
Location - 55 km from Shivpuri.
Best Time to Visit - November to March.
Highlight - Pintails, Teals, Gadwalls, Herons, Indian robins, Blach Buck, Indian Gazelle.