India is rich with several wildlife sanctuaries and National Parks due to varied geographical divisions and climate variations all across the country. Indian wildlife destinations are securing the future of endangered species of flora and fauna and letting us experience the most thrilling and adventurous wildlife safari experiences. The following content will throw light on some of the famous wildlife safari destinations in India that attracts people having a tint of adventure not only from the country, but from offshore.
1) Corbett National Park
Situated at the foothill of the Himalayas in Uttarakhand, Jim Corbett National Park is one of the largest India’s National Park and attracts almost 70,000 visitors in every season. The park reserves more than 488 species of fauna and 586 wildlife species. One can explore the park in a hassle free manner by finding the lodging in Jim Corbett Resorts.
2) Bandhavgarh National Park
Bandhavgarh National Park guarantees the best views of the tigers. Known to be the house of the highest density of tiger population in India, the National Park is reserved on 448 sq km area in Madhaya Pradesh. This is the top choice of the nature lovers, wildlife photographers & enthusiasts. Earlier, it was the hunting ground of the Maharajas of Rewa.
3) Ranthambore National Park
This National Park is one of the most popular wildlife destinations to indulge in wildlife safaris. Established in the year 1955 in Rajasthan, the jungle also provides the best views of the Aravali hills. Banas and Chambal are the two rivers also flow through the National park in the north and in the south respectively.
4) Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary (Keoladeo National Park)
Keoladeo National Park in Rajasthan is India’s largest Bird Reserve site. This vibrant park has also acquired a place in UNESCO World Heritage in the year 1985. Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary is housing more than 230 residents as well as migratory bird species in a protected region of 29 sq km.
5) Periyar National Park
Periyar National Park is situated in Kerala in the middle of the serene Periyar Lake. It is a protected wildlife reserve and a home of tigers, Sambar, Nilgiri Langur, Elephants, Barking Deer, Wild Pigs, and gaur and so on. As it is situated right at the heart of Pandalam Hills and Cardamom Hills of Sothern Western Ghats, the National Park offers an abundance of scenic views as well as wildlife experience.