First Dream Trip

Wildlife Tour :

Uttarakhand is one of the best tourist destinations in India with its beautiful, colorful and exotic places. The place of myths and mountains, Uttarakhand has a dramatic terrain with towering peaks, placid lakes and gorging rivers. The twisting roads through thick forests lead to many spectacular sights. Boasting the best wildlife tours in Uttarakhand, it is home to 9 wildlife sanctuaries, the maximum in India. Uttarakhand is rich in flora and fauna and most of the state is covered with forest ranging from the alpine to tropical rainforests. The flame of the forest, jacaranda, yellow laburnum, pines, oak are some of the trees found in the forests.

The wildlife in Uttarakhand is made of a fascinating ragtag group and is home to many charismatic species both large and small. Best known for its signature species- tigers, elephants, monkeys, langurs, leopards, and antelopes. While the tigers and leopards are elusive and hard to spot, the antelopes and elephants are less shy. Enjoy wandering in the forests on the back of an elephant.

Enjoy trekking and seeing alpine flora and fauna in India’s highest wildlife sanctuary- Nanda Devi National Park. The revered Valley of flowers is also a part of this biosphere. Gangotri National Park and Nellong Valley are dominated by alpine Oaks and Betula. The lucky few may spot a snow leopard, Himalayan blue sheep and musk deer on their wildlife tour in Uttarakhand.

Rajaji National Park located near Haridwar is one of the tiger reserves of India and offers the opportunity to see Royal Bengal Tiger, Wild Elephants and Himalayan birds etc. The mesmerizing hill stations like Nainital and Ranikhet have some of finest lakes in India and offering fabulous birding experiences in their surrounding hills. Last but not the least, the first, finest and one of the biggest national parks of India, Corbett National Park is a wildlife treasure of not only Uttarakhand but of India. The grassland of Dhikala Forest Range of Corbett offers unforgettable experience to see a Royal Bengal Tiger.