Wildlife in India

The wildlife in India is diverse. With abundance of rich fauna and flora, the country has been luring many to book holiday packages to India. With 89 national parks, 13 Bio reserves and 400+ wildlife sanctuaries, India is perfect to peep into the world of wildlife from a closer perspective. There are number of India wildlife tours available that take you through some of the most popular wildlife hubs, showered with abundance of Mother Nature.

Gir Wildlife Sanctuary (Gujarat)

This 412-sq-km sanctuary offers you great opportunities to eye over 450 species of plants, over 350 species of birds, 32 mammal species and around 24 types of reptiles. The idea of hopping on a jeep and driving through the thick and unspoiled forest areas is both exciting and nail-biting. The main attraction of the sanctuary is the Asiatic Lion.

Kaziranga National Park (Assam)

Best-known as the home of the Indian Rhinoceros, this World Heritage Site is a perfect destination to spot the great Indian one-horned rhino. Apart from this, the park also houses wild buffaloes, Asiatic Elephant, Indian Bison, wild boars, barasingha (Eastern swamp deer), leopards, tigers and many other animals living peacefully in their natural habitat. One may find numerous jeep tours available at Kaziranga National Park, which take the travellers through some unexplored forest areas to bestow a closer look of the wild animals.

Jim Corbett National Park (Uttaranchal)

Located in the foothills of Himalayas, the Jim Corbett National Park is far stretched to an area of over 1318 sq. kms. Diverse topography and vegetation make this national park a perfect habitat for a variety of wildlife animals including Jungle cat, Leopard cat, Himalayan black bear and Sloth bear. However, the major attraction of this wildlife destination remains the majestic Indian Tiger, which can be spotted by taking a jeep safari tour.

Ranthambore National Park (Rajasthan)

Nestling with the history of 1000-year-old Ranthambore Fort, the Ranthambore National Park is a unique wildlife destination beautified with man-made lakes and ancient reservoirs. Ranthambore is home to a large numbers of panthers. Going close to the Chambal River will provide you spectacular glimpse of marsh Crocodiles and Gharial. Over 300 species of birds dwell at this National Park including Wheatear, Tickell's Blue Flycatcher, Rufus-tailed Shrike, Sirkeer Malkhoa, Painted Spurfowl, Blue-breasted Quail and Rain Quail.

Sundarbans National Park (West Bengal)

One of the most beautiful forests in India, the Sundarbans National Park is home to a large population of tigers and other wildlife animals including Spotted deer, Monkeys, Wild Boars, little porpoise, Indian fox, Fishing cat, grey mongoose, etc. Travellers flocking here can also spend some time watching the variety of local bird species dwelling here such as Heron, Egret, Cormorant, Fishing Engle, White Bellied Sea Eagle and Seagul. Passionate bird watchers never miss a chance to eye the migratory birds visiting the Sundarbans National Park including Whimprel, Black-tailed Godwit, Little Stint, Eastern Knot, Curlew, Sandpiper, Golden Plover, etc.

Bandhavgarh National Park (Madhya Pradesh)

Located beautifully in the foothills of Vindhyas, the Bandhavgarh National Park is known for its high density of tigers. Sprawling to an area of 105 sq km, the Park offers you jaw-dropping topography including steep ridges, baffling forest areas and open meadows. Royal Bengal Tigers are the major lures that bring travellers to this National Park. Travellers can book Jeep safaris or Elephant safaris to eye the beauty of the arresting Bandhavgarh National Park.

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