India’s wildlife diversity is off the charts

April 19, 2018 - 1 minute read

Calling all wildlife lovers! When planning your next animal getaway, consider the fact that a full 10% of the world’s wildlife species can be found In India, including 870 endemic species. Among these are:

  • 15 species of cats (including tigers, lions and leopards)
  • Rhino, wild water buffalo and the giant gaur (world’s largest bovine)
  • Striped hyenas, foxes and wolves
  • Four species of bear: sloth bear, Himalayan black bear, brown bear and sun bear
  • Hoolock gibbon (the only ape to be found in the Indian subcontinent)
  • 270 species of snake (including the king cobra — the world’s largest venomous snake)
  • More than 1,250 bird species

Jungle Sutra arranges wildlife experiences that showcase the identity, character and uniqueness of each area. And they do it in luxury and style. Each itinerary is customized to the preferences and budget of the traveler. Jungle Sutra also has a strong social initiative, engaging with local communities and officials, giving back to the areas where their trips take place.