In India, a successful tiger safari necessitates stamina and patience. Tracking is the most crucial aspect of our team's training to focus on while we are in the jungle. In addition to merely keeping a watchful eye, our experienced trackers also interpret all they see. So every resident of the forest has their own unique language, it is helpful to understand what the animals are saying and why they are expressing it. Because of their well-honed senses of sight and hearing, the tiger safari you go on will be fruitful and enjoyable.
The following is a list that covers some of our most well-liked itineraries for our Tiger Safari in India. Simply let us know if you are interested in seeing the diverse Indian culture in addition to the tiger safaris, and in that case, we will propose a number of trips for you to choose from. During your trip to India, you may want to make time to experience some of the country's most famous attractions, such as an early-morning boat ride on the holy Ganges River, a rickshaw ride through the lively bazaars, a heritage walk in the walled city, or a street culinary tour.
In the beginning, Nature Safari India had a clear vision of what the tourist industry in India ought to be like. It revolved around the idea of preserving natural resources and was the impetus behind the coining of the phrase "conservation via tourism." Sharad Vats, the founder of Nature Safari India, had his first encounter with a tiger in the year 1990. He was only 23 years old at the time, but he had no idea that just one sighting would transfer him to a world where forests were the only thing that mattered. At the time, he didn't even realise that he had seen it.
The year 2005 compelled us to reconsider our previous beliefs. Our objective was to increase public knowledge of some of the country's lesser-known national parks so that local communities could benefit from the expansion of tourism. The neighbourhood benefited from the progressive resolution of employment concerns faced by small-scale lodges. As a result of this, BBC Travel has acknowledged Nature Safari India as being among the best wildlife travel companies in India.
Nevertheless, the year 2006 was a watershed year for Nature Safari. The Chitvan Jungle Lodge is the product of our efforts to meet the challenge of developing a resort that is friendly to the natural environment. Chitvan was the first resort in all of India to install a kitchen garden, which is now situated on 14 acres of arable land and is surrounded on all sides by the green Kanha National Park. We quickly became certified as a Travel Operator for Tigers (TOFT), which acknowledges our efforts to reduce our carbon and water footprints.