"A country is known by the way it treats its animals." - Jawaharlal Nehru
Get up close and personal with exotic Indian wildlife.
In a land that has one-sixth of the entire human population on approximately 2.2 percent of the Earth's total land mass, India harbours diverse wildlife. The Asian peninsula accommodates 60 percent of the world's wild Tiger population, 50 percent of Asian Elephants, 80 percent of the One-horned Rhinoceros and the entire population of Asiatic Lions. Despite the pressure on increasing human population, it is a miracle that India offers a sustainable environment for diverse wildlife to coexist.
Worldwide India in its years of existence has continually strived to develop an in depth understanding of the rich natural heritage of the Indian subcontinent. We work closely with a network of local naturalists and guides, who are the 'insiders' and have the knowledge to create an exciting and enriching wildlife experience.
With the support of local experts and their constant inputs directly from the field, we are able to offer specialized services for specific travel needs. For years, we have been customizing natural history trips across India, aiding nature photographers, student groups, research institutions and travel enthusiasts fro macros the globe. Crystallizing our experience and diverse flora and fauna into our nature trips, we hope to combine well-known insights with less-explored paths.
Bandhavgarh National Park, Pench National Park and Kanha National Park (14 days).
The two central parks of India which offer the best opportunity to view and photograph tigers in their natural habitat are, Bhandavgarh and Kanha National Parks. Our trips are planned with calculated durations of time to maximize your chances of viewing wildlife. Exciting safaris are organized in open jeeps and elephant rides to track tigers and other game. On our safaris you will be accompanied by experienced naturalists and trackers who share in-depth knowledge to enrich your trip.
Spectacular Bird Sanctuaries and National Parks of South India.
Of 8650 species of birds in the world, India is home to as many as 1200 (approximately 14 percent) birds, out of which 141 are endemic to this region. India makes a perfect place for different species of birds and animals owing to factors such as the highly varied tropical climate, diversity in vegetation as well as a wide altitudinal range from sea level to the Himalayas.
With an objective of inculcating responsible travel, we at Worldwide India take utmost care not to disturb Nature and have a high degree of ecological sensitivity in our tours. Embracing the principle of "leave back no garbage", not only do we carry back all our non-biodegradable waste, but also clean up the litter left behind by other visitors.