Go wild with Firale
Nature has its own music for those who will listen. Many of us fail to understand its real meaning in the greed of capturing only on screens rather than keeping all our senses open to what nature has to offer us. Inculcating values like patience, silence, and drenching our quest for knowledge, our Wildlife experts at Firale take you into the thrilling wilderness of the Indian forests.
We at Firale organize wildlife camps at renowned National parks like Tadoba, Bandhavgarh, Pench, Kanha, etc., assuring you of comfortable stays and good food despite the remote places we plan to unwrap.
Tadoba, a wildlife paradise of Maharashtra. In a short time, it has gained a lot of popularity amongst wildlife enthusiasts around the globe. Bold tigers, healthy birdlife, frequent sightings of leopards, sloth bears, wild dogs make this park stand tall and never disappoint any visitor. Not only the core forest, but the buffers of the Tadoba National Park are also equally good, and has a rich tiger population and substantial bird and mammal life.
Pench, the park which is divided by the states but united by the forest and the habitat here. Elevated landscapes, a beautiful river flowing right from its heart, a healthy birdlife, a perfect mix of mammals like wild dogs, sloth bears, deer, etc. and a ferocious co-existence of two savage big cats of India that is tigers and leopards must have inspired Sir Rudyard Kipling to write a celebrated book named “The Jungle Book.” In Pench, we get a chance of game rides from two different states.
Kanha, a best managed national park in India. Lush meadows, tall sal trees, and rich wildlife of the park are the main factors where we find Kanha in our wishlist as wildlife enthusiasts. Not only is it one of the best places to enjoy the wilderness but also is a great treat which the forest offers us. The landscapes and the surrounding luxurious meadows along with the wooden strands and the dense maroons of forests offer magnanimous sightseeing experiences for nature lovers. Making the land more beautiful and adorable, the crystal clear streams amidst the dense jungle cleanses the surroundings and makes the wildlife unrivaled.
Nagzira, a wildlife sanctuary that takes us beyond Maharashtra boundaries. Located between Bhandara-Gondia district, it marks an important corridor that links southern and central forested areas like the Tadoba-Andhari and Kanha Tiger Reserves. Nagzira houses a healthy population of leopards, wild dogs, sloth bears, and numerous birds protected by the luxuriant vegetation. A standout feature is a part where the stay is arranged right in the core forest area, giving an opportunity to have a one-to-one connection with nature and feel the wilderness in the true sense. a living outdoor museum to explore and appreciate nature.
Bandhavgarh, the park with the historical fragrance to it. The hunting grounds of the Rewa empire eventually turned to the most important national parks to see tigers not only in India but also all over the world. Other than Tigers and Leopards, mixed vegetation of Sal and Savannahs makes Bandhavgarh an abode of Spotted Deer, Sambhar Deer, Barking Deer, Wild Boar, Indian Gaur and Jackals among its 22 species of mammals and around 220 species of birds.
Nestled between two rivers and the ancient Aravallis and Vindhyas, Ranthambhore national park marks prime tiger habitat in a large area of Dhok forest with several lakes and streams flowing through it. The Royal Bengal Tiger wanders gracefully in the flashlight here, with its charisma flowing freely across the remnants of the forts and tombs of the maharajas who once ruled here. Ranthambore also hosts beautiful feline species like leopards, caracals, jungle cats, and spotted cats.
Where nature paints some eye-pleasing landscapes with the Himalayan ranges forming a spectacular backdrop.