Monday, March 7, 2011

Wildlife By May Month

Why May
The month of May is not very much appreciable in India, as the temperature is not favourable enough to roam around. May is the fifth month of the year in the Gregorian Calendar and one of the seven Gregorian months containing 31 days. May is the mid of the summer season, so the atmosphere is not very exciting. The only exciting thing is the pulpy and sweet mangoes which starts arriving in the market, captivating numerous tourists and visitors to India. After savouring this relishing fruit you will surely jump to delight.

But, if you are planning to visit the Wildlife India in the month of May, you will not get disappointed, as almost all the major Wildlife destinations are open through out the month. Even though, it would be advisable that you visit those areas, which are most comfortable in the sizzling month of May.

Venture Around in the May
This is the month when you can venture where you want. The climate though not very satisfying, will not be an obstruction on your route. Either visit the wildlife or any other attraction, the month of May will never dissatisfy you. And, if you have some pulpy mangoes in you hand, then the entire trip will become too juicy.

Some Wildlife Sites You can visit in India :
Searching for the Man-Eaters?
Where are those "Man-Eaters of Kumaon", which were mentioned in the Jim Corbett's book - "The Man-Eaters of Kumaon." Of course in the Corbett National Park, which is fully prepared to offer you that exclusive glimpse of those elusive creature for which you were striving for years. Close to Himalayas, the Corbett is easily accessible from the national capital, New Delhi. If you have landed in New Delhi, then Corbett will be your most ideal wildlife destination.

Corbett National Park, Uttranchal 
This is the jungle of man-eaters. You must have understood who they are - of course the tigers. Isn't it heart shaking? Don't get frightened, if you have made up your mind to observe those furious creatures, then take an Elephant ride, as the tigers will not dare to combat them. Seeing the wildlife from the top of the Elephant's back is highly advantageous and tasteful.

Corbett is situated in the state of Uttaranchal in North India, which is home to animals like - leopards, jungle cats, fishing cats, leopard cats, Himalayan black bears, martens, spotted dees, langurs, etc.

Nearby Attractions : Taj Mahal is very close to Corbett National Park. You can also take a glimpse of the national capital New Delhi.

Head Towards the Himalayas
The Indian Himalayas boasts of some very exquisite sights of the wildlife India. If you are here in the month of May, these will be the ideal wildlife destinations for you.

Tiger The Great Himalayan National ParkNanda Devi National Park and The Great Himalayan National Park, Himachal Pradesh
Himachal Pradesh boasts of two most eye-catching wildlife sanctuaries in India - Nanda Devi National Park and The Great Himalayan National Park. Surrounded by some bewitching mountain ranges, both the wildlife parks are verdant enough to enthrall you.

The Nanda Devi National Park is one of the most spectacular wilderness areas in the Himalayas. It is overshadowed by the peak of Nanda Devi, which rises to over 7,800 m. The rich vegetaion and the luxuriant surroundings are exceptional in this area. The Fauna section of the park will present animals like bharal, Himalayan tahr, serow, goral, snow leopard, Himalayan black bear, brown bear, leopard, common langur, Himalayan musk deer, and brown beer dominate the park area. There are nearly 80 species of birds in this area. Warblers, gresbreaks, rose finches and ruby throat are commonly seen here.

Go further north and you will discover the most unique and eye soothing sight of The Great Himalayan National Park.
The National Park with an area of 620 sq km is caved out of the fantastic mountain terrain of the Kullu District and has the representative area of temperate and alpine forests of Himachal. It is also one of the largest protected area of the state. Among the animals you will meet here are - musk deer, ghoral, thar, bharal, serow, brown bear, leopard and snow leopard. Bird life includes a variety of colourful Pheasants- Monal, Khalij, Cheer and Tragopan.

Nearby Attraction : If you are in Himachal Pradesh, then there is nothing which you should miss, as entire Himachal is salubrious and relaxing. This will be a nice break from the most tiring summer trips.
Book a Tour Dachigam
Wilds In the Paradise on Earth
Yes, you are right - it is Dachigam National Park in the extreme northern state of Jammu & Kashmir in India. A tour to the wilds of the Himalayas is the best idea to avoid the sizzling sun of May. The tour to Jammu & Kashmir will keep you away from the burning heat of the plains in India.

Dachigam National Park, Jammu & Kashmir
Dachigam National Park is the best known of all the sanctuaries present in the state of Jammu & Kashmir in the extreme north of India. Formerly, an exclusive hunting preserve of the Maharaja of Kashmir, it was declared a national park in the year 1951, due to a strictly imposed conservation programme, to preserve the Hangul population or the Kashmiri Stag.

Nearby Attractions : Vaishno Devi in Jammu and Leh Ladakh will truly spellbind you.

Hunting for the Rhinos?
Coming down towards the east, you will be captivated by the spectacular wildlife sights of the Royal Chitwan National Park in Nepal. A drive away to the Royal Chitwan National Park in Nepal, amidst the beauty of the Terai is totally enthralling.

Deer in Royal Chitwan National Park, NepalRoyal Chitwan National Park, Nepal
Royal Chitwan National Park is Nepal’s first and most famous national park is situated in the Chitwan Doon or the lowlands of the inner Terai.
This ecologically diverse area is the last remaining home in Nepal for more than 300 of the endangered Asian one-horned rhinos and harbours one of the largest populations of the elusive and rare Royal Bengal Tiger. Besides Rhino and Tiger, Chitwan also support a great variety of flora and fauna. There are four species of Deer, including the Spotted Chittal, Leopard, Sloth Bear, Wild Dog, Small Wild Cats, the white stockinged Gaur (world’s largest wild cattle) and many other smaller animals.

Nearby Attraction : Mount Everest, the largest peak of the world.

Go Further Beyond the Eastern India
If you are still not satisfied and searching for more, then don't be disappointed, as India has lots more for you. Reach out to the northeastern part of India, housing some very exquisite landscape, making home for some very rare and endangered species of the wild.

Kaziranga National Park, Assam
If you are hunting for Rhinos, then this is the place for you. Kaziranga supports the largest number of rhino in the subcontinent. The Kaziranga Wildlife Sanctruary is home to the great one horned Indian Rhino, about 900 in number. Apart from Rhinos, it is also famous for Indian Elephants.
Book a Tour Kaziranga
Namdapha National Park, Arunachal Pradesh
The beautiful forests possess great biodiversity of flora and fauna. Namdapha is Botanist's dream and there is a lot still to be discovered. The park presents a great bio diversity of flora and fauna. The lush green under growths are thick and networked like cobwebs of canes, bamboos, wild bananas and variety of vegetations The grandeur of the wet tropical rain forest is a breeding ground for varieties of animals and birds which is notable and worth seeing.

Nearby Attractions : Tipi Orchidarium at Arunachal Pradesh, Kamrup Kamakhya Temple at Guwahati (Assam), the mighty Brahmaputra river.

Add On
If you are still looking for wildlife then here are some excellent choice.
Elephant SafariDudhwa National Park, Uttar Pradesh
Gulmarg Biosphere Reserve, Jammu & Kashmir
Govind Sagar Sanctuary, Himachal Pradesh
Hemis High Altitude National Park, Jammu & Kashmir
Bandhavgarh National Park, Madhya Pradesh
Kanha National Park, Madhya Pradesh
Periyar National Park, Kerala
Sundarbans National Park, West Bengal

Few Difficulties
May is the month of sizzling Sun, not very ideal time to visit the Indian plains, so, you might face some problems on your way. You might be trapped by the heatstroke, Sunstroke and numerous other sun borne and water borne diseases. Basically, you might get attacked by stomach problems.

Few Suggestions 
Avoid strenuous activity during the hottest hours, and make sure you drink plenty of non-alcoholic liquids to balance the loss of body fluid through perspiration. What you drink must be safe - either soft drinks from sealed cans or bottles, or water which has been boiled or is bottled. Carry protective creams suitable for your skin type, which will help protect unavoidably exposed parts of the body. Stay out of the scorching sun, use what shade there is at other times, and cover up with a wide-brimmed hat and tightly woven but loose clothing.

If you want more information on Wildlife India Tour then get back to us. Let us know your requirements, so that we can make your trip to India Wildlife completely exceptional and exciting.

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