“It’s a jungle out there and you’re going to have wild time”-Anonymous
Wildlife safaris constitute the core of wildlife tourism in India. Corporate Compass is one of the top 20 companies in the country offering corporate office team outings in the form of forest adventures and wildlife safaris.
A wildlife safari is an extremely exciting adventure and one of the most highly anticipated corporate group activities. We organise tiger safaris, leopard safaris, bird watching and bird photography trips including endemic / rare bird sighting expeditions across the country. We execute these expeditions with utmost professionalism and field knowledge, thus catering to a few thousand corporate travellers each year. We design wildlife safari expeditions to suit all kinds of corporate budgets and time frames.
The thrill of watching a tiger stalk its prey, a peacock fan his tail, a mongoose scurry into a hole, or a crocodile bask by a sunny patch, from up close, is an experience that can hardly be matched by much else. Capture some fabulous wildlife photography akin to what you see on the television and carry it back with you along with many adventurous tales to tell your friends and family of your journey into the jungle.
Wildlife destinations for corporate :
- Kenya – Masai Mara Wildlife, Africa
- Jim Corbett National Park, Uttrakhand, India
- Ranthambore Tiger Reserve, Rajasthan, India
- Pench Tiger Reserve, Madhya Pradesh, India
- Gir Wildlife Sanctuary, Gujraat , India
- Tadoba National Park , Maharashtra, India
- Kanha Tiger Reserve, Madhya Pradesh, India
- Kabini Wildlife Sanctuary, Karnataka, India
- Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary, Rajasthan, India
- Kaziranga National Park, Assam, India
A wildlife safari will help bond the team through their shared emotions of anticipation and thrill. The anticipation of waiting to spot the big cats helps train the eye to observe the surroundings carefully and pay attention to minor details. The team learns to expect the unexpected and continually be prepared to face challenges thrown their way. Patience is a virtue developed and nurtured as part of the activity. We focus on staying together as a group and following the instructions of the group leader for the safety of the pack. As always, our activities aim to inculcate an innate respect, in all participants, for the natural habitat.