10 Venues to conduct a Team Offsite in the Wild

Team offsite is undoubtedly, the most awaited event of the year. Nowadays, corporates are shifting their focus from conventional to unconventional locations for their team off-sites. So why not experiment and explore the wild!

India is blessed with the such rich wildlife; there is no struggle in finding the best places to conduct offsite in wild. However, we’ve got a few suggestions to ease your hunt for the best wildlife destination. Let’s take a look:

1. Kaziranga National Park:

– Situated in Assam [217 km away from Guwahati] and surrounded by the Brahmaputra River, the park is spread in the area of 858 sq. km 
– Immensely popular for Horned Rhinos, buffaloes, and deer
– The ideal time for visit: November to April


Image: Kaziranga National Park

2. Jim Corbett National Park:

– Located in Uttarakhand, Jim Corbett is India’s Oldest National Park preserving tigers
– Must-Dos: Jeep and Elephant Safaris, Rappelling, Rafting, Fishing, Adventure Sports, River-Crossing, etc.
– The ideal time for visit: January to March


Image: Jim Corbett National Park

3. Parambikulam Wildlife Sanctuary:

– Nestled in Kerala, parambikulam is a home to diverse endangered species
– Best known for possessing World’s tallest oak tree plantation
– The ideal time for visit: August to January


Image: Parambikulam Wildlife Sanctuary

4. Kanha National Park:

– Located in Madhya Pradesh [170 km from Jabalpur], the national park is divided into two wildlife sanctuaries– Hallon [250 sq. km] and Banjar [300 sq. km]   
– Famous for Bengal Tiger, Leopards, Deer and Swamp Dog
– The ideal time for visit: Mid October – June


Image: Kanha National Park

5. Gir National Park and Sasan Gir Sanctuary:

– Situated in the state of Gujarat, the park is surrounded with teak  
– Best known for Asiatic Lions, Blue Bull, Spotted Deer and Cheetahs
– The ideal time for visit: November – March


Image: Gir National Park and Sasan Gir Sanctuary

6. Bandhavgarh National Park:

– Located in Madhya Pradesh, the park is spread across 105 sq. km.
– Bandhavgarh is a home to white tigers, Nilgai, Wild Boar, Chausingha and Chinkara
– The ideal time for visit: February to May  


Image: Bandhavgarh National Park

7. Ranthambore National Park:

– Located in Rajasthan, the park is a home to diverse range of flora and fauna species
– Jeep Safari is extremely popular followed with a sight of Leopards, Indian wolf, Hyena, Sambar, Wild Boar and Nilgai
– The ideal time for visit: November to March


Image: Ranthambore National Park 

8. Dandeli Wildlife Sanctuary:

– Situated in Karnataka, the sanctuary preserves some of the major endangered species from across the world
– Popular for Black Panther, Sloth Bear, Tiger, Spotted and Mouse Deer
– The ideal time for visit: March to October


Image: Dandeli Wildlife Sanctuary

9. Keoladeo Ghana National Park:

– Also known as Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary, the national park is located 55kms away from Agra [Uttar Pradesh]
– Famous for preserving more than 350 species of glamorous birds
– The ideal time for visit: October to March


Image: Keoladeo Ghana National Park

10. Tadoba Andhari Tiger Reserve: 

– Located in Maharashtra, it is the largest in the state
– Best known for tigers, gaur, dhole, Indian Leopards, and Chital
– The ideal time for visit: April to June          


Image: Tadoba Andhari Tiger Reserve

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