Welcome to Indian Wildlife Tours!!
Compass India Inc.
specialize in tailor made safaris to see and photograph
tigers, Lions, Birds, leopard and other nature and wildlife tours in India
and Sri Lanka.
India is truly incredible, It is heaven on earth for wildlife enthusiasts
and photographers. With a civilization more than 5,000 years old, with five
seasons every year, with a festival every day, with incredible variety of
terrain including beaches on its 7516 km coastline, with its 89 National
Parks and 488 Wildlife Sanctuaries
26 amazing World Heritage Sites, 13 Ramsar Sites ( plus Six New ) and 13 Biosphere Reserves, India is indeed a paradise. In addition to its birdsand animals,
India also boasts of over 20,000 species of insects, 2,000 species of butterfly,
142 species of frogs and over 700 species of fish.
With so much to choose from it can be difficult to know where to start planning
a trip !
Our nature tours are specifically designed to address all issues
associated with responsible tourism as well as your utmost security and
enjoyment. We are one of the first company in India to operate customized
and personalized authentic wildlife trips all over India and Nepal. We have
identified the richest natural history destinations and carefully developed
itineraries that maximize wildlife and cultural experiences for you. We have brought together selection of the finest natural history, cultural and and adventure tours and trips available in Northern and Central India
with a few special tours from other parts of India like north east and south
Surrounded by Earth's most spectacular natural wonders, the accommodations
offered by Compass India Inc. are truly unrivaled. Compass India Inc. creates
tailor-made itineraries at affordable prices for individuals, couples and
small groups. Our India wildlife tours
are designed for people with a genuine
interest in wildlife who wish to stay in key wildlife locations and have
time for observing and perhaps photographing mammals and birds. We try to
design itineraries that are more moderately-paced than most. Where the itinerary
permits, we give time to soak up a view or the ambience of the location,
experience the local culture and enjoy some private bird watching or photography
- or simply to relax. Walks are usually at an extremely leisurely pace with
frequent stops to look for birds and other wildlife. You can even walk to
a village in the middle of the forest and have some hot tea with a ranger
of the park.
Why a wildlife tours to India ?
The incredible riches of Indian Wildlife, which compare favorably with African
fauna, are perhaps not sufficiently realized. India is one of the 12 megadiversity
countries. Over 1200 species of birds comprising at least 13 % of the world's
birds are found in India. If you want to capture many such extraordinary
birding moments come to India now. You can also enjoy luxury stay in quintessential
resorts, finest accommodation with open facades so that guests in bed have
uninterrupted view of the forest.
Come, experience a life of both pleasure
and adventure, of elemental living in an extraordinary place.
The variety of Indian wildlife and their diversity of habitat types are
unmatched in the world. The mountain lakes, seas, deserts and forests of
all types from temperate to topical make it truly a nature's wide spectrum.
Both Tigers and the Lion are found here. There are fourteen species of cats
that includes marbled cat, leopard, clouded leopard, snow leopard, lynx,
caracal to name just a few. The forests harbour eight different species
of deer, which enrich the faunal value to delight a naturalist. Also to
be found are the one horned rhinoceros, elephants and wild buffaloes, wild
oxen called Gaur. Black bucks roam the wild open plains and gazelles and
antelopes in the broken landscape of the desert. The jungle abound in primates,
languor, and macaques.
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About 1250 bird's species transform the forest into a wonderland by their
bright plumage and sweet melodious calls. The list of Indian wildlife is endless.
In India the experience of these pristine sites is by open jeeps, canter,
elephants, boat, cycles, or on foot.
The flora is equally rich in evergreen forests in Assam and the western
Ghats, where there is a bewildering variety of plants, the moist deciduous
of central India and Himalayan foothills, the alpine pasture in the Himalayas
and Nilgiris. Dry deciduous forests teem with animal life and have bright
flowering trees that add variety and color. The wet lands have unique plant
life and suitably adapted animals. These areas are true nature paradise