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Safari Share

Safari Share: Helping Wildlife Community to travel together

Share your next wildlife trip with fellow wildlife community travelers

All can be done in the WildTrails App – (Releasing soon in Apple and Google Store – Early September 2017 is the Estimated Date)

“What kind of people get on the safari with you, makes or breaks your trip”

– Anonymous Wildlife Enthusiast

The app helps you to either create a trip or view all other trips that are pending which you can participate. The whole idea is that you can travel together on a Safari to enhance that critical experience. As the quote suggests, the kind of people get on the safari with you can make or break the whole safari experience. Having similar interests people on the jeep can give you that 10X experience!! 

You can pick any sanctuary, be it Tadoba National Park  & Tiger Reserve or Pench National Park & Tiger Reserve, Kanha National Park & Tiger Reserve, Bandhavgarh National Park & Tiger Reserve, Kabini Nagarhole National Park & Tiger Reserve, Nagarhole National Park Coorg & Tiger Reserve, Bandipur National Park & Tiger Reserve, Sariska Tiger Reserve, Ranthambore National Park Coorg & Tiger Reserve, Jim Corbett National Park Coorg & Tiger Reserve, Kaziranga National Park Coorg & Tiger Reserve or any of the wildlife or Bird sanctuaries, and then create a sharing event.

First & foremost download the App [Available both on Android & iOS] and then find the tour sanctuary date that suits the best and if you don’t, create one for yourself.

What else the App can to book a safari?

The App also provides complete details on how to book a safari, which resorts are attached to a given sanctuary and to which gate, how to book a safari, costing, timings, best time for the visit, who are the expert tiger trackers & how to get in touch with them, & lot more.

Once you get the right team, all you have to do is to get onto to the respective sanctuary record and book all of what is required and you are done!!

Happy Travel & Happy Sightings!!

(Please note that Guided Tours will be listed here but under a different heading, which lists all upcoming trips from the Organized guided tours including photographic tours which includes who is organizing, dates, cost and a way to book the same)

Further read

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PS: Please be a responsible wildlife tourist; No littering, No sounds, No feeding, no getting down from the safari jeep (when on safari), No phone calls. Remember that we are visiting their home and when we are there, let’s follow their rules.

[The WildTrails India App is the best way to get all the details about Indian wildlife sanctuaries (best travel times, safari details, animal sightings, forest accommodations pairing, wildlife related activities, prices, etc). Learn more about WildTrails of India here. ios App is here. Android is here, and Web is on the way. Please do like us on our facebook page here.]

(We are Indian Wildlife Spotting, Sighting, Posting & Sharing mobile app which brings all of Wildlife Enthusiasts (WE) together to post/share their sightings, to connect, and to plan & book their next safari together (Safari Share).

To facilitate all of this, brings all of Indian wildlife tourism ecosystem into one place (Aggregator) – Wildlife National parks, (bird & animal) Sanctuaries, Tiger & Elephant reserves, Wildlife Resorts, Wildlife tour operators & organized tours, Camera/Equipment Rentals, Cab/Car Rentals, Workshops, info about Indian Animals & birds and lot more.

The app will be released soon and will be charged $5 but those who register to our Beta program, the app will be free; please do sign up for the program here at


PS: Please be a responsible wildlife tourist; While in the forest  – no littering, no sounds, no feeding, no getting down from the safari jeep, no calls (put your cell phones to airplane mode or switch off). Remember we are visiting their home and when we are there, let’s follow their rules.

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