Its broad variety of habitats include deserts, wetlands, deciduous forest, rainforests and alpine habitat. India’s ecosystems are characterised by extreme climatic ranges with altitudes varying from sea level to over 18000 feet. The country is home to fifteen different cat species, and is also the last significant refuge to the awe-inspiring Bengal Tiger, the largest of all. With good fortune this threatened species and other unique wildlife can still be observed in various national parks. India offers a truly remarkable wildlife and cultural experience.