So gather your binoculars, sunscreen and camera and head out to spend time in the lap of nature watching its finest creations and let its beauty win your heart. One can spot Bengal tiger, saltwater crocodile, wild boars, foxes, leopard cats, huge turtles, Ganges river dolphins and several other varieties of mammals and reptiles, along with a huge variety of local and migratory birds. The wildlife reserve is a home to rare and endangered wildlife species like the Tiger, Leopard, Asiatic Elephant, Sambhar, Dhole, Sloth bear and Sambhar deer etc. Apart from the tiger, the Sloth bear, chital, Chinkara and King Vulture etc. It is also one of the well-maintained parks in Asia.
Our are right for you if you loves the chirping of beautiful birds of wide variety in most of these Indian National park. Periyar Wild Life Sanctuary by Henrik Bennetsen, Located by the Periyar River in Kerala, was established in 1928 and is spread across 305 square Kilometers. Though it was declared as a Wildlife Reserve in 1955, due to a large number of Tigers within this park, it was later declared as one of the Tiger Reserve Forests in 1978. The establishment of these bio-reserves and sanctuaries is dedicated to finding pragmatic solutions for the safety of environment and protecting the challenging conditions of the endangered species in different biological regions. Wildlife sanctuaries have the special purpose of preserving animals and birds. Unique and diverse the wildlife of East India attracts millions of tourist from different parts of the globe.
Sariska National Park The Sariska National Park is a refuge for Royal Bengal Tigers, located in. A unique aspect of this national park is the blooming of the Neelakurinji, a plant that blooms once every 12 years, and turns the entire forest a deep shade of blue. The bird kingdom here is also endowed with a variety of species like emerald dove, southern green imperial pigeon, great black woodpecker, malabar parakeet and hill myna. Tiger Safaris are immensely popular among the visitors of Ranthambore National Park. Desert National Park Blackbucks and white-footed foxes can often be spotted in the expansive sand dunes of Desert National Park. While the rare no longer visit the park as they did a few decades ago, you can still spot demoiselle cranes, sarus cranes, and black-necked cranes. Tigers, Elephants, sloth bears, Mugger crocodiles, Dholes, Spectacled Cobra and flying lizards etc.
BiligirirangaSwamy Temple Wildlife Sanctuary 88. Sariska National Park was the first ever national park in India and the world, which was effectively adapted by the majestic Royal Bengal Tigers as their regular environment of habitat. Tiger, Leopard, Pangolin, Jackal, Brown bear, Hyena and mongoose etc. Bandhavgarh National Park Umaria district of Madhya Pradesh White Tigers were present in the Bandhavgarh Tiger Reserve. This sanctuary is a cosy home for a number of animals that include the gaur, sambar, leopards, spotted Deer, slender toris, jungle cats, Malayan giant squirrels, pythons and cobras. The Park is located amidst the Western Ghats and comprises of tropical moist rainforests and moist evergreen forests.
The national park was established in 1974 and is a refuge for several threatened and endangered species of flora and fauna. It is a hub for the wildlife explorers and photographers. A: Manas national park in Assam is named after the Manas river. Explore the forest periphery that houses animals like the elusive snow leopard, the Himalayan brown bear, blue sheep and red fox. The reserve forests are spread across 866. Guindy in Madras and Bannirgatta in Bangalore. The protected marine area is known for its views of some of the most coral reef abundant places in Asia and is also a great place to view the sea turtles and pristine beaches.
Located in the state of Jammu and Kashmir, was established in 1910. Magnificence and wilderness of this park pulls in wildlife lovers from different parts of the globe. These sanctuaries and forest reserves are home to several endangered species of animals and birds. Protected Area: Both national Parks and wild life sanctuaries together constitute 15. Best time to visit: November to May How to get there: Seoni, the closest city, is well connected by road. The Asiatic lion, one of the rarest and most important wild animals in India, where alone it survives, is found in only two parts of the country: the famed Gir National Park in Gujarat and the lesser known Chandraprabha Wildlife Sanctuary in Uttar Pradesh, where Gir lions have recently been introduced.
Ranthambore National Park Sawai Madhopur district of Rajasthan It is one of the largest national parks in North India and is known for its Bengal tigers 10. Best Time : October to Apr 25 photos Sanjay Gandhi National park is a habitat to an abundance of flora and fauna, in the midst of a busy Mumbai. Best season to visit: November to April How to get there: Well connected to Kohara, the closest town, by road. Places to Stay: Activities: Safari: 2. Jim Corbett National Park by wribs, Located in the Nainital District of Uttrakhand, was established in 1936.
Along with an expansive number of Tigers, this park also has a noteworthy number of Indian Bison, Leopard, Sloth Bear and Elephant. Singphan Wildlife Sanctuary Wildlife Sanctuary Mon district, Nagaland, India 2009 23. It is additionally one of the well-known destinations for rafting. Pronounced as a National park in 1968, this park has a noteworthy number of Tigers in India. Located in the Golaghat district of Assam, Kaziranga National Park is one of the largest wildlife sanctuaries to explore the wildlife of Northeast India. But the species is much sought after by poachers who covet its horn, much in demand in East Asia for aphrodisiac preparations. India's forest cover ranges from the tropical rainforest of the Andaman Islands, Western Ghats, and Northeast India to the coniferous forest of the Himalaya.
The Dugong and the Hydrosaurus lizards are also few of the many endangered species found here. Tiger, Leopard, Sloth Bear, Striped Hyena, Jackal and several species of birds and reptiles are housed here. Panna National Park, Madhya Pradesh Panna National Park is one of the best maintained National Parks of India. Thanks to the efforts of famed conservationist Billy Arjan Singh, the predator species like the Leopard and the Tiger were introduced to keep the stag population in check. Gulf of Kutch Marine National Park Southern shore of the Gulf of Kutch in Jamnagar, Gujarat It is the first national marine park and also first marine wildlife sanctuary of India with 42 islands on Jamnagar coast in the Marine National Park. This park brags of its 55 types of mammals, 380 types of birds and a considerable number of reptiles and amphibians.
Timing can also vary depending on what you want to experience. Keoladeo Ghana National Park is one of the man-made wetlands in India that has been declared as a National Park by the government due its rich collection of animals and birds of different kind. Name Located at District, State Established Year Area in Km Attractions 1 Corbett National Park Jim Corbett National Park Nainital, Uttarakhand 1936 521 km2 The imposing Bengal Tigers 2 Ranthambore National Park Sawai Madhopur, Rajasthan 1980 392 km2 Majestic Tigers 3 Bandipur National Park Gundlupet, Chamarajanagar District, Bandipur, Karnataka 1974 874 km2 Tiger, Asian elephant and many types of biomes 4 Keoladeo Ghana National Park Bharatpur, Rajasthan 1905 28. Among the reserves, several are of special significance. Other animals to be spotted here include several species of deer, leopards, jackals, red foxes, black bear, sloth bear, and monkeys. Asian Elephant, Indian Rhinoceros, Water Buffaloes, Leopard and Assamese Macaques are some of the other dwellers of this beautiful park. Tourists not only from within the country but also from various other destinations also visit the wildlife sanctuaries of India and experience the wildlife.