‘Culture holidays’ exceptionally specializes in wild life tours and endows you a unique experience of wildlife which you’ll find nowhere else in the world. India is remarkably affluent in housing wildlife and we via our specially designed wildlife tours highlights this astonishing aspect of India skillfully. We architect our tours in such a way that every feature of India’s wildlife can be bestowed to you during your holidays. Our tours are exclusively planned and include every feature to showcase the exotic flora and fauna species at its best. Different parts of India are exceptionally rich in housing the wilds and we include the best of them and bring it to you via our wildlife tour packages. Wildlife brings you close to nature and we help you to step your first foot forward in this trail of the wilds. We not just architect tours but do take personalized care of our clients throughout their journey of the wilds. Our exclusive tours must adorn your wildlife experience in India for Ranthambore National Park.

Today, India is one of the prestigious countries in the world where wildlife is both rich and varied. Out of the total land of India, more than 4% of land is under forest cover. The diversified geography of India made it home of wildlife sanctuaries and national parks spread across the country full of terrain, flora and fauna. There are about 482 wildlife sanctuaries and 90 national parks in India, which make India one of the 12-mega diversity areas in the world. At present, India is regarded as paradise of nature’s lovers where leopard, lion, Asiatic elephant, the Bengal tiger and Siberian crane and several hundreds of species are found across the Indian subcontinent’s wildlife sanctuaries.

Since the time immemorial when the human being was wandering in search of food and shelter, animals were the primary source of food. When human being started to lead the settled life, agriculture became their primary source of food. During the long course of time, the human activities like hunting, farming, lumber activities, industrialization, Hydel projects and many other activities in pursuit of better and better life caused the ecological imbalance of nature. This aroused the attention of all the national governments and international organization like United Nations to conserve the wildlife of all the nations. In India, the Wildlife Act and Forest Act were passed to ensure the preservation of wildlife and to generate the common environmental consciousness among the people of India.