Golden Triangle with Tigers
Golden Triangle with Tigers
Visit of Golden Triangle with Tigers. India offers an impressive fauna that is discovered in National Parks by Jeep or on the back of Elephants. Golden Triangle Tour
First the Corbett National Park at the foot of the Himalayas, the oldest national park in India.
Jim Corbett National Park, named after a famous English hunter and naturalist, is the oldest animal sanctuary in India. Created in 1935, this park covers an area of 520 km² and is home to some fifty species of mammals, six hundred species of birds and thirty snakes. The whole in the middle of a very diversified vegetable world: wooded hills, vast meadows, zones of marshes. All these species find there habitat and food. The park is known for its large herds of elephants, not forgetting, of course, the tiger in its natural habitat and for which this park was born. Corbett is and remains today a very wild place where the immersion in the nature is total. Early in the morning, elephant safari through the meadows and thick forest along the beaten path. It is the best mode of transport to observe the fauna and the flora.
After lunch, continue the discovery of this park, on the back of elephant, jeep or even on foot along the rivers.
Next to Sariska National Park. The Sariska Wildlife Sanctuary is an excellent habitat for tigers in India. This region of hills is the former hunting reserve of the princes of Alwar. The park covers an area of more than 800 square kilometers and the reserve was declared a wildlife sanctuary in 1958 and became a Tiger Reserve in 1979.
There are numerous gazelles, antelopes as well as species more specific to India such as sambhar (the biggest deer in India), chital (spotted deer), nilgaut (four-horned Indian antelope). There is also a large population of leopards, panthers and hyenas. The forest offers many opportunities to explore Indian wildlife in its natural state. Early morning safari in Sariska Park, the best time of day to observe the fauna and flora.
After Sariska National Park next to Ranthambore, located near the town of Sawai Madhopur. safari in small truck open all-terrain in the “Ranthambore Wild Life Sanctuary” which offers to the view of magnificent sites. The former royal hunting reserve extends over an area of approximately 390 km² and offers extraordinary landscapes of lakes and forests, rocky landscapes where hunting lodges, summer gardens, temples, towers and Ramparts in ruins and the Fort of Ranthambore dating from the 10th century. All this is full of hiding places for the abundant fauna refugee in this maze. This park was created in 1955 to guarantee the survival of the tiger and, of course, many other species that ensure the survival of this great predator: chinkaras, chitals and other cervids, wild boars etc.
Around Ranthambore, some 200,000 villagers live on the resources of these 390 km² of forests and lakes.
In the morning, direction Bharatpur and more precisely, towards the National Park Keoladeo Ghana better known under the name of Bird Sanctuary of Bharatpur. This ornithological park covers 31 km² of ponds, marshes and forests. Formerly a hunting ground for maharajah ducks, this park has become the winter refuge for many migratory birds from Afghanistan, Central Asia, China and Siberia. Some three hundred and sixty-four varieties were inventoried in the reserve. Stroll through the park.