Wildlife in February Month : Tour the Wildlife India for an enchanting and exhilarating experience.

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Tamil Nadu Tour package

Bird Watching Tour

Duration: 05 Nights - 06 Days

Jeep Safari Tour

Duration: 04 Nights - 05 Days

Wildlife Tour Package

Duration: 07 Nights - 08 Days

National Park Vacation

Duration: 08 Nights - 09 Days

Indian Elephant Safari Tour

Duration: 03 Nights - 04 Days

Wildlife Sanctuaries Tour

Duration: 22 Nights - 23 Days

National Parks in India
Bandhavgarh National Park
Himalayan National Park
Sundarbans National Park

Wildlife Sanctuaries
Kumarakom Bird Sanctuary
Thattekad Bird Sanctuary
Gir Wildlife Sanctuary

Wildlife Resorts
Resorts In Kanha
Resorts In Corbett
Resorts In Panna
Wildlife by Season
Fall / Autumn
Meet the Animals
Bengal Tiger
Indian Rhino
Indian Elephant

Safari in Jungle
Tiger Safari
Elephant Safari
Photographic Safari

Wildlife Tour Packages
Indian Wild Tour
National Park Vacation
Ranthambore Tiger Tour
Wildlife Communities
Wildlife Institute of India
Project Tiger
Wild Protection Society

Wildlife Conservation
Conservation Programs
Eco Tourism
Bird Watching

India Wildlife Maps
Map of National Parks
Map of Wild Sanctuaries
Map of Indian Animals
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Book a Tour to Corbett
Indian ForestWhy February
February is the second month of the year in the Gregorian Calendar. It is the shortest Gregorian month and the only month with the length of 28 or 29 days. The month has 29 days in leap years, when the year number is divisible by four (but not by 400). In other years the month has 28 days. With the arrival of February, the Spring season starts knocking the door of the nature and the nature starts blooming and bouncing all around. The month of the February adorns the entire ambience with colour and fragrance to welcome the Spring season. The colourful spring in all its glory boasts of some very charismatic sights of India. Generally, the gardens blossom and the entire surrounding is garlanded by the swaying and smiling flowers, a sight not to miss. But, the saddest part is that, during February, as the climates starts becoming warmer our guest migratory birds flies back to their motherland.

Venture Around in February
This is the month when you can venture where you want. The climate will welcome you with open arms and the Mother Nature will adorn the entire ambience with lovely flowers and shoots. You can visit any part of India. Either visit the wildlife or any other attraction, the month of February will refresh and rejuvenate you and offer you something very different, something very captivating.

Some Wildlife Sites You can visit in India :
You are in North India?
If you are in north India and have come to India to explore the wildlife, then head towards the Uttaranchal, as Uttaranchal bounds one of the first and the finest reserved home of the tigers and numerous other wildlife species.
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Corbett National Park, Uttaranchal
Corbett, the most famed site of Man-Eaters (tigers) is home to numerous other creatures. To have a close encounter with them take a jeep or an elephant ride into the park. 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.

Royal Sights Amidst the Wilds
Yes, you are right - that is the royal land of rajasthan in the northwestern part of India, which possesses some very exquisite ruins of the ancient royal India withins its wilds. Both Ranthambhore and Sariska will offer you some very exceptional sights, which will remain in your mind forever. The topography and the types of resident found at both the places are very similar.

Ranthambhore National Park Ranthambhore National Park and Sariska National Park, rajasthan
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 West
Yes, this is the last home of the ferocious Asiatic Lions. To believe it just come and have a look, they as many as 300 or more. The Gir National Park in Gujarat is the place where the Asiatic Lions have chosen to live.

Gir National Park, Gujarat
The home of lions - Gir National Park is the most ideal place if you are here to observe Lions. Gir is also home to one of the largest Leopard populations in any park in India. You will not be disappointed at Gir, as Gir National Park shelter are numerous other animals, birds and reptiles.
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The Famed Jungles of 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.

Bandhavgarh National Park and Kanha 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 : Khajuraho, Gwalior, Sanchi, Panchmarhi.

Indian ForestHeading Towards South?
If you have decided to visit south, then visit the Periyar National Park. The park will keep you amused. The animals, the birds, the vegetations, and the most charming of them is wildlife viewing by boat rides - you will find them all here.

Periyar National Park, Kerala
The animals you will find here are Elephants, Tigers, Gaur, Wild Pigs, Sambar, Barking Deer, Mouse Deer, Dole or Indian Wild Dog. There are, now, an estimated 40 tigers in the Periyar national Park. Four species of primates found at Periyar are - the rare lion-tailed macaque, the Nilgiri Langur, Common Langur And Bonnet Macaque. Periyar also inhabits the elusive Nilgiri Tahr, which is rarely seen here. Head toward the Periyar lake to get a glimpse of the beautiful birds residing in the park.

Nearby Attractions : Beaches and backwaters of Kerala.

Want to Have Another Boat Ride in the Wilds?
Yes, Sundarbans is the place where you can have another boat ride, while viewing the wilds. Cruise through the saline waters of the largest estuary of the world to view some very exclusive sights, and some very rare combination of floras & faunas.

Sundarbans National Park, West Bengal
This is the ultimate destination for tiger viewing. The Sundarbans forest inhabits more than 400 tigers. The Royal Bengal Tigers in this saline and aqua surroundings and are extremely good swimmers. The animal stock of the Sundarbans is quite varied. As you thrive to get a single glimpse of the Royal Bengal Tiger you will have a meeting with - Fishing Cats, Macaques, Wild Boar, Common Grey Mongoose, Fox, Jungle Cat, Flying Fox, Pangolin, Chitals, etc. on the way. Besides, you can also meet various resident and foreign birds.
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Hunting for the Rhinos?
Go straight to Assam in northeast India from Sundarbans to search for these rare and endangered species. The lush green tropical surroundings will captivate you and keep you absorbed till your eyes come in contact with 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.

Kaziranga 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.

Add On
Indian Forest If you are still looking for wildlife then here are some excellent choice.
» Bandipur National Park, Karnataka
» Panna National Park, Madhya Pradesh
» Dachigam National Park, Jammu & Kashmir
» Royal Chitwan, Nepal
» rajaji National Park, Uttaranchal
» Dudhwa National Park, Uttar Pradesh
» The Great Himalayan National Park, Himachal Pradesh
» Namdaph National Park, Arunachal Pardesh
» Manas National Park, Assam

Few Difficulties
Although, February is one most ideal time to visit Indian Wildlife, you might come across some trivial problems on your way. The climate is not harsh during the month of February, so you might not get into any climatic problem until any unpredictable thing happens. But, you may be in problem while conversing to local people and also while travelling. People generally speak their local language, only the educated one can speak English, so, conversing with the locales would be difficult. Being a tourist season, the month of February attracts large number of tourists to India, so, you may not get easy booking in the hotels.

Few Suggestions
First of all book your seats in the hotels well in time, so that you are comfortably accommodated while on the trip. Carry proper clothes and good quantity of moisturizer, as at some region the weather is too dry during this period.

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. Make sure that you are taking safe water and food. 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.
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