Wildlife Safaris – An Affair That Never Ends


From the time immemorial, central part of India has been serving as the perfect haven to the flora and fauna.

Madhya Pradesh  not only acts as an ideal refuge to the wildlife but also offers a wide range of dense forests, gorgeous valleys, beautiful lakes, magnificent hill ranges,enchanting springs, gushing rivers, roaring waterfalls with a dash of rich cultural and diversified geographical heritage. This makes Madhya Pradesh stand apart and considered among the best destinations for wildlife safaris in the world.

In the past few years around 15000 fossilized eggs of dinosaurs and reptiles have been found in this region. Fossils that are 40-150 million years old can be seen in the Ghughuwa fossil park in district Mandla. India is a home to more than 70% of world’s tigers out of which 20% are the residents of Madhya Pradesh. The company of an experienced forester can make you well versed with the jungle craft. A good naturalist can increase the chances of wildlife sightings multi-fold during your jungle safaris in India. The probability of tiger sightings in Madhya Pradesh is high owing to the population density of tigers but still cannot be guaranteed.

Central India is blessed with bounties of nature, at present 5 tiger reserves namely Kanha, Bandhavgarh, Pench, Panna and Satpura, among 9 national parks and 25 sanctuaries are providing home to the wilderness. Van Vihar, the only urban national park in the country is situated in Bhopal, the capital of Madhya Pradesh.  While on wildlife safari in the tiger reserves of India, one can see Panthers, Sloth bears, Gaur, Sambhar deer, Swamp deer, Four horned antelope, Indian gazelle, Barking deer, Grey wolf, Wild dog, Jackal, Striped hyena to name a few with more than 450 species of avi-fauna apart from the top consumer of forest eco system the Tiger.

Madhya Pradesh offers perfect wilderness escapes for nature loving families, photographers and the people who love classic, rustic hideaways free from hustle bustle of the mechanized chores, and wanted to break free in the wilderness, enjoying Indian wildlife.

Rudyard Kipling’s Jungle Book and Mowgli, the little wolf boy and his adventures needs no introduction to children. The whole story is inspired by the wilderness of Kanha and Pench national parks. One can resemble the landscapes while on jungle safaris in these parks. Bandhavgarh offers highest density of tigers in the country with high visibility, thanks to the topography of the park. Along with jeep safari, elephant safari, canter safari, one can enjoy other activities like boat safari, night safari, canoeing, kayaking, speed boat rides, star gazing, bush dinner, jungle walks, live cooking, riverside picnics, angling, tribal village visits, tribal dance and wildlife film shows, to make their travel memorable forever.

Junglewala safaris and escapes have their passionate teams deployed on ground with a conviction to make your Indian wildlife safari holidays as exploratory as never before. The heart of India is well connected and can be reached by using railways, roadways and airways.

Madhya Pradesh invites you to explore the wilderness with Junglewala. For further details please log on to www.junglewala.com or call us on +91 7389499 999 / + 91 822 60 27000.