Region Type

Every region tells a sweet story

At Wild Honey Hunters, we are deeply committed to collect 100% real forest honey from the most interior, and sometimes – unreachable parts. We source different types of honey from the forest regions across the Eastern and Western ghats.

Taste forest honey based on region

How we deliver 100% regional honey

Walk Honey


Explore the uninhabited

We get govt. permission to locate forest honey from wildest regions – including an uninhabited tiger reserve.


Hire native gatherers

We form a team with the local tribal honey gatherers who are experts at locating hives in forest areas.


Extract real forest honey

We brave the odds and navigate through tricky terrains to naturally extract honey from free-range hives.


Deliver to

We deliver pure region-based honey –right from human-free wild regions all the way to your doorstep.

Try our bee-based honey varieties

We admire and recognize bees as one of the planet’s most essential creatures. It’s why we ensure that all our practices are bee-friendly. We even use ancient knowledge from tribes that have worshipped bees to expertly observe them and source the honey.

Some of our bee-based products include small bee honey, multi-floral honey, and ultra-rare stingless bee honey. Each one has its own special taste, texture, and healing properties.


From the popular Moringa to the once-in-12-years wonder of Neela Kurinji honey.


From our priceless collection of squeezed and expertly-crafted single hive honey

Frequently Asked Questions

In the honey industry, brands can simply make tall claims about providing healthy products. Words like “real”, “ethical”, and “natural” are tossed around – without any of them meaning much. At Wild Honey Hunters, we only collect 100% real forest honey from the most interior and uninhabited parts of the forests across the Eastern and Western ghats. We only provide naturally collected honey from the wild, free-range hives – not single commercial box hives. We also don’t filter, heat, or pasteurize the honey.

Real forest is not just healthier and tastier – it is also seasonally unique. The color, taste, and texture changes all through the year – depending on the major floral variety of the season. That’s why Wild Honey Hunters is able to provide such remarkable types of honey every year, including the extremely rare Neela Kurinji and Karung Kurinji varieties.

Simply put, honey originates from floral nectar. Hence, the properties of a particular honey variety will change every season as per the floral ecosystem of the particular region.

Pure forest honey is, inarguably, the best naturally available immunity booster in the world. As the native tribes would attest to it, real honey can strengthen your ability to carry out day-to-day activities along with helping you gain innumerable health benefits.

There are no crash courses to mastering the art of honey gathering. In fact, even finding a single beehive during a dry season is a unique skill-set developed over time. Our experienced honey gatherers watch the bees collecting nectar, observe the direction of their flight, and take keynotes on the bee droppings to locate the hives.

Wild Honey Hunters only uses native gatherers who belong to the local tribes. In turn, they use the wisdom they’ve accumulated over generations to gather the honey from touch-to-reach spots. We also make sure to get governmental permission to enter areas such as the BR Hills Tiger Reserve.

Bees are also a major part of the culture and tradition of our native honey gatherers. They take great care to ensure that not a single bee is harmed and that the flock returns to rebuild the hive in the same place.

Besides the invaluable immunity-building properties, Wild Honey Hunters’ products have been proven to help reduce bone, joint and ligament ailments, deal with BP issues, purify the blood, cure digestive problems, relieve throat infections, and maintain healthy skin. Our Palai Poo and Moringa honey varieties have also helped customers resolve fertility issues in both genders.

You’re in luck! The two Kurinji varieties of honey are currently available. Get your hands on some of the rarest honey in the world before it runs out!

    Your Cart
    Your cart is empty