It is an old saying - "April showers bring May flowers." April
does bring soothing showers at some parts of the country, though not very
extensively. April is the fourth month of the year in the Gregorian Calendar
and one of four with the length of 30 days. This is one month which has
numerous good and bad weathers in its bag. Though, the April is very
interesting in the north India, it is very much disturbing in the east and
the coastal parts of India. The hot wind starts blowing in some part of
India, making the climate too worse to travel. But, as the geography of
India is varied, there are parts which has some very charming sights to
offer through out the year.
Venture Around in April
Though almost all the wildlife sanctuaries are open during the April, there
are some which are worth a visit. Basically, the wilds are cooler and
calmer, as compared to other places. So, you can visit the wilds of India
during the month of April.
Some Wildlife Sites You can visit in India :
Are You Searching For Wilds in Northern India?
Don't get disappointed, as North India boasts of one of the finest and
first National parks of India - the Corbett National Park. This was the
place, whose tigers inspired the great wildlife expert Jim Corbett to write
"The Man-Eater's of Kumaon." Do you desire to confront with those
man-eaters. If yes, then get ready, pack your bags and land in the Indira
Gandhi International Airport in New Delhi, India, as this is the nearest
airport form the Corbett National Park.
National Park, Uttranchal
After reaching Corbett, take a jeep or an elephant to explore the park and
its inhabitants. An elephant ride will make your trip completely tasteful.
Corbett is situated in the state of Uttaranchal in North India. Apart from
Tigers, Elephants, Leopards / Panthers, Jungle cats, Fishing Cats, Leopard
cats, Himalayan black bears, sloth bears, deers, hog deer, barking deer,
ghorals, martens, hares, porcupines, Chital, deer, macaques, etc. are some
of the species which are found here.
Nearby Attractions :
Uttaranchal is entirely mesmerizing, Taj Mahal
at Agra is another very prominent attraction close to Corbett.
Visit the Royal Sights Amidst the Wilds
As you go towards the plains, divert your route to the royal rajasthan.
rajasthan, which flaunts some very exquisite ruins of the ancient royal
India within the wilds. Both Ranthambhore and Sariska will offer you some
very exceptional sights to capture into your camera. The sights amidst dry
and rocky mountain ranges with scattered ruins of the past will amuse you
completely. The topography and the types of residents found at both the
places are very similar.
National Park and
The Sariska National Park is home to several carnivores including Leopard,
Wild Dog, Jungle Cat, Hyena, Jackal, and Tiger. Apart from this, the avian
population in the park is very healthy. During late summer and in the
monsoon months, it is possible to find large numbers of dancing peacocks.
Ranthambhore is another major attraction in the wildlife India. In
comparison to other sanctuaries, Ranthambore has rich diversity of fauna and
flora - species list comprises of 300 trees, 50 aquatic plants, 272 birds,
12 reptiles including the Marsh Crocodile & amphibians and 30 mammals.
Go Further to Central India
The forests of central India or Madhya Pradesh once inspired Rudyard
Kipling to write "The Jungle Book", who knows it might inspire you
to write another. Whatever, the jungles of Madhya Pradesh are renowned for
there dense forest population in both flora & fauna. The ancient forests
of Madhya Pradesh will make your India Wildlife trip truly accomplishing.
Both Bandhavgarh and Kanha are renown for it's big cat population.
National Park and
National Park, Madhya Pradesh
The Bandhavgarh region is bestowed with a large variety of natives in terms
of animals. You can easily sight tigers, leopards, gaur, chital nilgais,
wild boars, chinkaras, sloth bears, rhesus macaques, black faced langurs,
jungle cats, hyenas, porcupines, jackals, foxes, wild dogs, chausinghas and
ratels, among others as you venture into the forest area.
When you are at Kanha National Park, you must be looking for the tigers,
for which it is famous round the world. Tiger sightings are very common
here. Other than the tiger, some of the more frequently seen animals in the
park consist of Leopards, Gaur, Sambar, Chausinghas, Barasingha, Nilgais,
Sloth Bears, Barking Deer, etc. Kanha has over 300 different species of
birds within its complex.
Nearby Attractions :
Gwalior, Sanchi, Panchmarhi.
Hunting for the Rhinos?
Go straight to Assam in northeast India to search for these rare and
endangered species. The lush green tropical surroundings will captivate you
and keep you absorbed till you come across the colossal creature - the
one-horned Rhino. This is absolutely a rare and frightening sight, neither
can you love it, nor can you hate it. It is just amazing.
National Park, Assam
If you are hunting for Rhinos, then this is the place for you. Kaziranga
supports the largest number of rhino in the subcontinent. The Kaziranga
Wildlife Sanctruary is home to the great one horned Indian Rhino, about 900
in number. Apart from Rhinos, it is also famous for Indian Elephants.
If you are still looking for wildlife then here are some excellent choice.
, Madhya Pradesh
, Jammu & Kashmir
» Royal Chitwan
, Uttar Pradesh
Great Himalayan National Park
, Himachal Pradesh
April is one very jolly month of the year. It is not so hot, but,
definitely not cold or too pleasant, but, it is one most ideal time to visit
Indian Wildlife. Still you might face some trivial problems on your way. The
climate starts getting warmer during this month and sometimes too much
outing becomes unbearable. Hot wind starts blowing through out India, which
makes travelling difficult. The month of April is very disturbing in the
eastern and coastal parts of India, as it invites cyclones and storms at the
coastal areas of India.
If you are interested in the Himalayas or the northeast India, you will
find some varied and challenging terrains and the remote areas are not easy
to access. Transportation in the remote areas are not too appreciable.
Take light clothes along with yourself, as the atmosphere might be too
unbearable at some point or place. If you are travelling in the higher lands
then take some good pair of shoes, so that you do not find any difficulty is
trekking through the rugged alleys.
Also, don't get into any unknown or illegal activity. Do not disturb the
local culture and local atmosphere. Try to be well informed about the routes
and the place you are going to visit. Contact us when and where needed,
while on a wildlife India Tour.
If you want more information on Wildlife India Tour then get back to us,
whenever needed. Let us know your requirements, so that we can make your
trip to India Wildlife completely exceptional and exciting.