Explore The Thrilling Experience & Wilderness Through Wildlife Adventure Travel Trips

Amit is a passionate traveler who wants to explore the unexplored horizons of Earth. With this idea in mind, he completed his diploma in travel trade in 1993 and five years later, he started his own company Rising Star Tours & Travels. He is determined to strengthen the digital presence of Rising Star Tour &Travels and increase the website traffic to 5 lakhs visits a day.

The excitement of spotting a rare wild animal in its natural habitat is one of the most thrilling experiences one can have on a thrilling wildlife adventure. The feeling of taking a safari in the dense forests and accommodating oneself in the rare wildlife spurts one's adrenaline rush to the next level. Moreover, if you want to explore the nature reserve around you, seasons like summer, winter and autumn can be the most appropriate ones for you to explore the nature reserve around you. Rather than confining yourself inside the home premises and staying away from the seasonal changes, you should pack the bags and rush towards a wildlife sanctuary and indulge yourself in the gusty adventure

To make the getaway to the wildlife a fun affair, here are some wildlife sanctuaries which offer a rich and diverse experience this season ­

Bandipur National Park, Karnataka
Once the private hunting grounds of the Maharaja of Mysore, now, Bandipur National Park has become an enthralling place to visit during the windy season. Bounded by the lofty Western Ghats of Karnataka, Bandipur boasts of being home to more than 100 animals such as black-naped hare, jackal, tigers, sambar deer, langur, sloth bear, spotted deer, gaur (Indian bison), leopard, elephants, wild dogs, and Malabar squirrel (Indian giant squirrel), and 350 avifauna species. Enveloped in lush greenery where animals and birds add-up to its enchanting beauty makes Badipur the best wildlife sanctuary to visit during windy season.

The feeling of taking a safari in the dense forests & accommodating oneself in the rare wildlife spurts one's adrenaline rush to the next level

Bhimashankar Wildlife Sanctuary, Maharashtra
A paradise of nature with hills, waterfalls, and dense forests, Bhimashankar Wildlife Sanctuary is the home of the Giant Flying Squirrel. As a part of the Western Ghats, the sanctuary harbours broad diversity of endemic & specialised reptile, flora and fauna. With challenging treks for adventure seekers, temples for pilgrims, diverse flora & fauna for wildlife photographers, and various unique birds for bird watchers, Bhimashankar Wildlife Reserve has something for every visitor. Bhimashankar Wildlife Sanctuary is also recognized as one of the 12 biodiversity hotspots of the world.

Ranthambore National Park, Rajasthan
Ranthambore National Park exhibits a rare combination of nature, wildlife and history. An oasis for wildlife lovers in Sawai Madhopur, Rajasthan, Ranthambore is famed for a decent tiger population and home to leopard sloth bear, grey langur, spotted deer, nilgai, rhesus macaque, and chital. With a major high light of 539 species of plants, this nature reserve is quite popular among the wildlife photographers.

Bandhavgarh National Park, Madhya Pradesh
Famous for its Bengal tigers, Bandhavgarh National Park showcases rich biodiversity with a home to as many as 40 species of mammals, over 250 species of birds, and numerous reptile species. This national park features langur, deer, barking deer, wild boar, Indian bison and sambar.

Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary, Kerala
Also known as Tiger Reserve, Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary is located at the mountainous Western Ghats of Kerala, and can be visited in any season. Apart from tigers, this wildlife sanctuary is home to a significant elephant population, rare lion-tailed macaques, sambar deer, leopard and Indian bison.

Yala National Park, Sri Lanka
Wrapping a large area of forest, grassland and lagoons, Yala National Park in Sri Lanka has highly dense wildlife with hundreds of varieties of flora & fauna such as leopards, elephants, crocodiles, wild boar, mongoose, and sambar. Surrounded by the Indian Ocean, Yala National Park is important for the conservation of Sri Lankan elephants, Sri Lankan leopards and aquatic birds.

Plitvice Lakes National Park, Croatia, Europe
A chain of 23 terraced lakes, combined with waterfalls and limestone canyon, Plitvice Lakes National Park, a 295 sq-km forest reserve in Croatia, Europe.

This wildlife spot bestows the sky bridge, hiking trails wind around and across the water and an electric boat links the 12 upper and 4 lower lakes at the site of 'Veliki Slap', one of the largest waterfalls of Plitvice Lakes National Park.

Sacred Monkey Forest Sanctuary, Ubud, Indonesia
The natural habitat of Bali's long tailed monkeys, Ubud Monkey Forest, also known as Mandala Suci Wenara Wana is an exciting place for all those animal lovers who want to know more about these highly energetic creatures. So, if one has curiosity towards the wildlife of monkeys, this sacred forest sanctuary is a must visit. The sanctuary consists of more than 700 monkeys jumping around to visitors at Bali.

Kruger National Park, South Africa
Kruger National Park has emerged as one of the largest wildlife reserves in South Africa. It is highly dense, with hundreds of mammals such as lions, leopards, rhinos, elephants, buffalos, and avifauna species like eagles, storks and vultures for visitors to experience the amazing natural world. Further, this huge eco destination features bush plains, mountains, and tropical forests.

Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary, Australia
Known for its largest and oldest Koala rescue centre, Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary is based in a large woodland reserve of Brisbane, Australia, along with other animals such as kangaroos, birds of prey, and platypus. Moreover, the tourists visiting this sanctuary get to handle snakes, feed kangaroos & lorikeets, and cuddle koalas.