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Tiger are the most magnificent, rare ,endangered charismatic and powerful among all the cats, India holds over half the world's tiger population commonly known as bengal/royal bengal tigers.

There are many other qualities about bengal tigers which makes them popular all over the world. Every year lots of tourist come to India hoping to see tigers.

In this section of tiger tours India our specially design tiger tours give you an opportunity to have to a close look on tigers and their living style in their natural habitat.

 
Tour Code - IWR-TWT- 01
Tour Name Best of India With the Tiger
Duration 14 nights & 15 days
Destinations Covered Delhi - Jaipur - Ranthambore Tiger Reserve - Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary - Agra - Bandhavgarh Tiger Reserve - Khajuraho - Varanasi - Delhi
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Tour Code - IWR-TWT- 02
Tour Name Tiger Watching Tour With Golden Triangle
Duration 05 nights & 06 days
Destinations Covered Delhi - Ranthambore National Park - Jaipur - Agra - Delhi
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Tour Code - IWR-TWT- 03
Tour Name Taj Mahal & Tiger Tour
Duration 09 nights & 10 days
Destinations Covered Delhi - Agra - Bandhavgarh - Delhi
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Tour Code - IWR-TWT- 04
Tour Name Kiplings Playground Tiger
Duration 09 nights & 10 days
Destinations Covered Delhi - Khajuraho - Bandhavgarh National Park - Kanha National Park - Nagpur - Delhi
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Tour Code - IWR-TWT- 05
Tour Name Royal Bengal Tiger Tour
Duration 10 nights & 11 days
Destinations Covered Kolkatta - Sunderbans - Kolkata - Nagpur - Kanha National Park - Bandhavgarh National Park - Jabalpur - Agra - Delhi
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Tour Code - IWR-TWT- 06
Tour Name Tiger Search in Central India
Duration 08 nights & 09 days
Destinations Covered Delhi - Katni - Bandhavgarh - Kanha - Jabalpur - Delhi
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Tour Code - IWR-TWT- 07
Tour Name Tiger and Himalaya
Duration 10 nights & 11 days
Destinations Covered Delhi - Corbett National Park - Ranikhet - Kausani - Almora - Nainital > Delhi
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Tour Code - IWR-TWT- 08
Tour Name Gibbon and Tiger Watching Tour
Duration 14 nights & 15 days
Destinations Covered Kolkata/Delhi - Guwahati- Nameri National Park - Jorhat- Gibbon Wildlife Sanctuary - Kaziranga National Park - Guwahati- Manas National Park - Guwahati - Delhi
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Tour Code - IWR-TWT- 09
Tour Name Tiger’s  Heaven – Pench National Park
Duration 06 nights & 07 days
Destinations Covered Delhi - Nagpur - Pench National Park - Nagpur - Delhi
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What our Client Says..

India Wildlife ResortsDear Dear Everybody at India Wildlife Resorts,

Just wanted to say a big thank-you for our wonderful holiday, and I'm sending you a picture to show how close we got to a tiger(no zoom lens!)

Karen & Colin Wisbey

 

Dear Anil,

Firs of all sorry for the delay but I'm really in a mess at work.

our trip in India was great , beautiful scenaries and wildlife, also the accomodation was clean, confortable and in a good position and the guides has been gentle and at our disposal all the day. We travelled from Delhi to Agra by car then from Agra to Katni by train and then through the 2 parks Bandhavgarh and Kanha again by car with our driver then we took 2 flights form Nagpur to Kolkata and from Kolkata to PortBlair on the Andaman Islands. The Andamand Islands are an undiscovered area where you can find really few foreigners, most of the tourists are local. The best beaches are the ones of Havelock Island (one white-sand beach annd the Turtle beach that's a coral beach) and the Gandhi Marine Park, PortBlair is the main centre of the biggest Andaman island and it's a little bit caotic and there is only a beach because the rest of the cost hosted the port so is not so beautiful but it's in a good position for sightseeing on the rest of Andaman. After Andamand staying we went back to Delhi to visit the fort and the I world war arch and one of the major induism temple.

The games in the parks were astonished we saw few samples of tigers ( 2 males and one female) then the indian buffalos and lots of birds, slightly different from Africa where there are more wild animals but they seem to be in captivity also the sceneries are different in India the savana is bushy so it's more difficult to watch the animals so when you can see one is a really great luchy chance. I suggest the Tour my India for the politeness of the staff and the experience in well managing the tour organization.

Lorenza & Marco (Italy)

 

Hi Anil

I don't even know how to begin this mail.
Planning such a trip was a dream that I have been dreaming for more than 10 years, since I last traveled in India.
It took time and lots of effort, and finally it took form and shape, and I did it!!!
My enjoyment and satisfaction had exceeded my expectations, and I left India with a wonderful taste and a desire to do it again!!
It would not have been so successful without your skillful trip production. Every place you booked for us was excellent. From Bandhavgarh, to Kanha, from Pench to Agra, it was all super good. Accommodation, food, transport, guides, you have chosen the best for me, and I am thankful.

The first thing I told my wife when I came back was that we are going to do it again soon, the two of us.

Let me promise you this, if you are still with "Tour My India" when I paln my second round, I would like you to organize it again for me.

It was perfect!!

Sincerely,
Aviad Horev' (Israel)

 

Mr. Anil

Forgive me for being so late in writing to you. Upon our return to the US things just got complicated and I was unable to write.

I wanted to thank you and commend your organization for a most excellent trip. I don't think we would have enjoyed India half as much were it not for your kind and knowledgable staff and guide. The customized tour was a perfect combination of city and rural India and provided a safe and very enjoyable introduction to a most fascinating country. The simple fact that we were met on time, provided flexibility in our tours and sumptuouus accomodations (with top tier staff) and saw more than we were expceting was a treat that should not be missed. We LOVED the hotels at Jaipur and Ranthambore. The jungle safaris were the best and made me feel as if we had returned to the days and nights of Kipling; so full of roamnace and adventure.

I have already recommended your services to all friends who are considering a trip to India.

Let me again express my gratitude and apprecition for working with me and making this a trip to remember. FANTASIC JOB EVEYONE!

Sincerely,
Philip K Price (U.S.)

 
Hi Dharmendra,

Happy New Year to You as well, How is the rush for Ranthambore for next month? What about Jim Corbett?

I attaching few tiger images that I shot in Ranthambore, kindly let me know if you can upload them on your website, thanks.

I have reduced file size, if you need one with higher resolution the file size will be bigger and I can send that as well if needed.


Best Regards
Praveen Siddannavar

 
Dear Mr. Dharmendra Negi,

I am back from my visit to Jim Corbett National Park.. I would like to Thank You once again for the arrangements... Mr. Karan Tiwari assisted us through the paper work .. Everything was very well organised..

Our group was very impressed by your services The Bonus was that we sighted a Tiger ...our guide Mr.Dindayal should be greatly appreciated for his efficiency.

Thank You once again.

Regards Aruna Poojary
Kandivali (West) Mumbai

 

Dear Tanmay,

Thank you very much for providing us the excellent Corbett tour Program. We enjoyed a lot. Car and driver very good! Hotel and workers there very good! Jeep very good! Elephant ride very good!! Food very good! Everything was very good, Keep up the Good Work.

really, Thank you very much for everything

Best regards,
Clara García Pérez (Spain)

 

Dear Tanmay,

Thank you very much for providing us the excellent Corbett tour Program. We enjoyed a lot. Car and driver very good! Hotel and workers there very good! Jeep very good! Elephant ride very good!! Food very good! Everything was very good, Keep up the Good Work.

really, Thank you very much for everything

Best regards,
Clara García Pérez (Spain)

 

Dear Ghananand,

Just wanted to thank you for all the assistance and the arrangements provided. All the things were in place and well set. We had a nice trip. Also, special mention to Mr. Tara Dutt our driver who was very patient and helpful.

Hoping to get back to you whenever need any future plans.

Best regards,
Sarfaraz Momin,

 

Dear Ghananand,

Thank you for your e-mail. Sorry to reply late but I was very busy all the time. We have spent a really nice and exciting time in India, especially in the Corbett. It was wonderful. We had good luck because every day we saw tigers and one day a tigress with her cubs. It was amazing. Everything was very well organized and all the people were nice and friendly.

Thanks again for everything and good luck for you.
Kindest regards from Austria

Ursula Weiss-Sikyr
Austria

 

Here is my feedback from our trip to Corbett. 2 nights in Corbett: outstandingly excellent. You advice to stay inside the park was good - I'm very happy that we stayed inside the park. Our local guide was excellent - always keeping us informed and making sure we were where we were supposed to be at the right time. He took very good care of us. The park naturalist was knowledgeable and interesting. All elephant safaries and jeep safaris were wonderful! Accommodation was basic - but much better than expected. Food excellent. The whole thing was well run and well organized.

So all in our entire trip was outstandingly excellent & we were very happy with the trip and your services.

Best regards
Susanna Axelgaard

 

First of all would like to extend my thanks for all the arrangements and care that was taken. Our trip was most memorable. Would like to highlight some key aspects of the trip:

1. Our driver Kundan was just amazing. His driving was skillful. He was warm and his communication skills were good. When we did encounter or needed his help during our stay he made sure that he did all that he could. Having someone like him on board is definitely an asset to your organisation.

2. Accommodation: The rooms were well maintained. Amenities good. The view was lovely. The food was lip smacking delicious. There was variety every day of our stay and the quality was good. All the service personnel at the resort - from reception, managers, maintenance, housekeeping to the restaurant staff were warm and friendly and made our stay a good experience.

3. Both our guides, Jitendra and Sameen knew what they were talking about and took us through the safari. Elephant Safari was definitely a highlight of the trip. It was available at the resort it was convenient for us and it was well organised.

4. Tanmay who has been my point of contact for this entire package has been most prompt and efficient in addressing all queries and providing me with the information that I need. Definitely job well done!

I will definitely recommend "Tour My India" to those interested and look forward to doing this again.

With regards,
Rhea D'Souza,

 

We were delighted with Tour My India, because of your efficiency and attention to detail, and I'm happy to let you know something about the trip. Jerry was really pleased, as he told you in the car, that you answered his email enquiries so promptly and kept strictly to the point, not sending him information about things he hadn't enquired about, but thoughtfully working out exactly what it was we were after. The trip was exactly what we had requested, in every detail.

Thank you for doing such a great job giving us an outstanding holiday. We will definitely be in touch again next time we want to travel in India.

Penny and Jerry Kent

 

I want to tell you that we just come back from the Corbett National Park and we really enjoyed it... The Camp River Wild is a very nice and charming place (well located), and everybody had been so kind to us... their team is perfect and the food was as nice as them! it was a real pleasure to be there and i thank you for your good advice and care!.....

Besson Noelline (France)

 

India Wildlife Resorts (A subsidiary of Tour My India) is a good tour company. We are birders so could have spent much more time there just hanging out at the pool watching the sunbirds, etc. The Rickshaw rides in bharatpur with Mr. Vinad as our guide/driver were marvelous. VJ took wonderful care of us even in India as we booked some additional tours.

We highly recommend Tour My India, our Driver Surender Singh was very good and cooperative. He knows the "Golden Triangle"Rajastan area very well. We are fully satisfied with the services tour my india has provided to us. Highly recommended.

Melinda Deboer (USA)

 

We are back from a wonderful holiday, and i write to you especially to thank you for organizing a wonderful tour of ranthamobre and sariska. It was a remarkable scene for watching two tigers in ranthambore during jeep safari... thank you very much for all the pains you have taken to comply to our demads and requests from time to time, as we look forward to getting in touch with you, next time, we decide to head kaziranga national park and other in north east india....

M. R. Halder (USA)

 

As I said to you verbally, the tour was very well organized, all the pieces of the jiggle were there. Tickets, hotel, transfers (someone waiting for us always), journey by comfortable car, good drivers and safaris also well planned. The hotels as requested, were good, some like the ones in Corbett, Bharatpur, Bandhavgarh were excellent. Therefore we think that you Anil did a very good efficient job.
Thank you.

Hope that we can go back again to India soon.

Yours Sincerely
Begona Alfaro

 

I'm back home and (unfortunately!!!) back at work now. Our whole holiday was absolutely fantastic, Bhutan and India are both amazing countries indeed and I look forward to visiting again one day soon.

When we arrived in Samdrup Jongkhar we were a little worried about our pickup because we didn't have phone reception or easy internet access to find out if everything was still on schedule, but the Assam guide and driver arrived on time (early in fact) and found us no problem. Kaziranga itself was fantastic, especially the elephant safari on the second morning. It's so peaceful and the other animals let the elephants get very close. Really lovely, if you haven't tried it then one day you should! :)

All the best and thank you kindly for your efforts in organizing our tours, it was very much appreciated.

Chris

 
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Tiger Spotting Tips

If you're serious about observing wildlife there are a few things you can do to enhance your experience and bring you even closer to nature.

1) Once you've planned your trip, visit your local bookshop, library or go on the internet to find a wildlife guide for the area you intend visiting. This will give you the best idea of the kinds of plants and animals you can expect to see.

2) Always take services of a local and experienced naturalist/guide who knows the area better. There is nothing better than local knowledge when it comes to spotting wildlife.

3) Wild animals have their distinct daily and seasonal patterns of activities. a baisc knowledge of these patterns increases one's chances of seeing them. The frequency of wildlife sightings in national parks and reserves varies, depending on the time of year.In India the best times are from February to May,during these months the trees are often bare, so visibility is considerably improved. Since there is also a general scarcity of water, the animals concentrate near sources of water.

4) Many animals have an amazingly alert sense of sight which helps them survive in the wild. To get close takes a great degree of patience and time but you can increase your chances by wearing natural or neutral colours that blend into your surroundings. Keep your movements to a minimum and when you do move, do it slowly and quietly.

5) Animals are very wary of the human voice. So, in order to get close to them, absolute silence is essential. Walk softly and watch where you're placing your feet so as not to snap branches or twigs or create other noise as you make your approach. Even if you have to take a less direct route, avoid walking through dense undergrowth as the animal is more likely to hear you and run away. Avoid carrying any metal objects in your pockets which will make noise. This includes things like car keys and loose change.

6 ) A highly attuned sense of smell is one of the key aspects for many species of wildlife to detect where food is or, indeed, even prey. It is, for many, the most important of their senses in their battle for survival. Don't wear any aftershave or perfume and avoid scented soaps and deodorants. There are plenty of environmentally friendly non-scented soaps and toiletries on the market from specialist camping stores. Although you may baulk at this suggestion, wear your clothes for several days if you're really serious about wildlife spotting. The more you wear your clothes outdoors, the more the fabrics will absorb natural outdoors scents and smells. Always be aware of the wind direction and make sure that the direction in which you approach an animal is where the wind is blowing towards you. If it's blowing away from you, animals can detect your scent from many hundreds of yards away.

7) It shouldn't be important to get too close up to an animal to enjoy the experience and, in some instances, if you do get too near, it can even be dangerous and sometimes life-threatening. Binoculars can keep you at a safe distance from your quarry and means they are less likely to run away. Also, binoculars are the only way to view nesting birds or other forms of young wildlife. You should never get too close to a burrow, a nest or animals out and about with their young.

A magnifying glass will also come in handy if you're interested in examining insects and smaller wildlife alongside plants, flowers etc.

Following these tips and advice will ensure that your experience will be heightened as you marvel at all the wildlife and nature you've witnessed.

 

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