“Experience is the best teacher”. Yes, this is our biggest strength today. With over 25 years experience of doing safaris in India in the various national parks, we know what to suggest to our guests depending on their preferences, month of travel, and chances of sightings of their preferred mammals and birds. If you are keen to see some wild Asian Elephants and you tell us that you are coming to us in February, then we know which national park we must send you to maximize the opportunities to see and photograph the same.
Most of the Wildlife lovers travel to India to see Tigers in the wild, rightly, afterall it is the most photographed mammal on our planet. The history, the mystery, the enigma attached to the Tiger is unparalleled. But to say that India has only the Tiger to offer will be incorrect. India is one of the richest bio-diverse areas in the world. Many mammals, birds, reptiles and butterflies are endemic to India. While you come to India to see the Tigers we will also suggest many other charismatic species that you could see here, which are as critically endangered, and majestic like a Tiger.
After EXPERIENCE our second strength is direct KNOWLEDGE arising out of personal experience of what Indian Wildlife is all about. This knowledge is not restricted only to the bio-diversity we will also give you pointers in many areas which will make your Indian tour a tour of your lifetime, and you will want to come back again.
This arises from our third strength, HOSPITALITY. "Atithi Devo Bhava", an ancient Sanskrit saying which means Guest is God. Having organised several hundred successful safaris for our guests in the past, we today have a lot of regular guests who keep referring their friends and relatives to us. At the end of the tour you will realize that you are not just a guest of ours, but a purpose of our existence in this field. At the end all i can say is that Indian Wildlife is still waiting to be explored, come, enjoy it, and assist us in Conservation through Tourism.
Why I chose to be in Wildlife Tourism is explained on the page, “Birth of Nature Safari”. If you decide to do explore Indian Wildlife thrugh us, you will not just be doing a regular Indian Wildlife Safari through us, but indirectly also contributing in conservation of many endangered species through our drive of promoting Responsible Tourism.