Visit India's National Parks
India is rich in natural splendour, blessed with an amazing variety of flora and fauna, the likes of which inspired Rudyard Kipling to create the magical Jungle Book. India has a diverse wildlife base that is the second largest in the world and currently boasts 80 national parks and 441 wildlife sanctuaries, home to the largest number of tigers and one-horned rhinoceros and a large percentage of the world's elephant population. The astounding biodiversity is due in part to a unique topography that ranges from the steaming tropical jungles of the Ghats to the alpine forests of the Himalayas. India's best wildlife viewing is found in Madhya Pradesh and Ranthambore National Park.
Top itineraries in India's National Parks
Travel across India in style aboard the Maharajas' Express, a train experience as opulent and luxurious as the palaces that inspired it. Visit Agra's Taj Mahal, take a tiger safari in Ranthambore and explore the glittering palaces of royal Rajasthan before sweeping south to Mumbai.
Rajasthan's Palace on Wheels luxury train exudes traditiona Indian opulence, style and comfort, modelled on the luxurious railway cars of old with richly decorated interiors and service-proud staff.
A ten-day tailor-made trip to India's Rajasthan, visiting the iconic sites as well as a tiger safari in Ranthambore National Park
Top places to stay in India's National Parks
Renowned as one of the finest properties in India, the Oberoi Vanyavilas offers unparalleled, personalised service and luxury, tented accommodation on the edge of the Ranthambore National Park, one of the world's best tiger-viewing regions.
Known in the luxury travel world for their unrivalled African safari experiences, &Beyond bring the same values to the Indian wilderness with this jungle lodge. Surrounded by dense forest, with birdsong weaving through the canopy, Baghvan is the perfect place from which to view India’s wildlife.
A luxury tented safari camp, Banjaar Tola – A Taj Safari, Kanha National Park offers game drives, a great family programme, and exceptional accommodation
Where to go in India's National Parks
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