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Check out the wildlife in over 93 national parks, 486 wildlife sanctuaries and 14 biosphere reserves. The Indian tiger and the Asiatic elephant are still found in certain regions. Among the best known reserves are Keoladeo Ghana National Park (Rajasthan), Ranthambore National Park (Rajasthan), Kanha National Park (Madhya Pradesh), Corbett Tiger Reserve (Uttarakhand) and Sunderbans Tiger Reserve (West Bengal).

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National Parks

Ranthambore National Park

Ranthambore Park lies in the state of Rajasthan, and is a very enclosed area, which is considered as a tourist spot in itself. It is a Project Tiger Reserve of India, established to preserve the population of the national animal of the country. Along with tigers you can also see many predators, and dry deciduous forests here. Various lakes and forts are also here, which will increase the adventure.

Corbett National Park

Jim Corbett National Park in Uttarakhand is also a Tiger Reserve Project of the country, preserving the endangered Bengal Tiger of the country. A perfect adventurous destination, this is the oldest park in the country also fit for an Eco tour with amazing natural bounties as well.

Bandhavgarh National Park

A popular national park in the central Indian state of Madhya Pradesh, its dense forests and wildlife are the most exciting features you can explore. Along with the important member tiger, a lot of leopards and deers can be seen here too.

Periyar National Park

Situated on the Western Ghats, and touching the borders of Tamil Nadu, this national park in Kerala, is very popular for its sheer beauty and tourism. This one is also a Project Tiger Reserve of the country, and also offer jeep safaris for its tourists. The beautiful lakes, and rafting on them enhances the fun.

Kaziranga National Park

Popular as a World Heritage Site, this national park of the country is situated in the north eastern Assam, and cherishes its population of one horned rhinoceros, though also a Tiger Reserve. It can also be applauded for water buffaloes, elephants and other animals. Enjoy the grasslands and sights of Brahmaputra river, and have an exciting time in Assam.


The splendid mangrove forests of Bengal, are included within this area, which got its name from the throngs of sundari trees. Also acknowledged as a World Heritage Site, Sunderbans has amazing river bodies as well as forest areas. Bengal tigers, crocodiles and snakes are some creatures you can spot here.

Kanha National Park

Located in Madhya Pradesh, Kanha is a popular Tiger Reserve of India. With brilliant flora and forest areas, this park is famous for its sloth bear, leopard, wild dog, and of course the Bengal tiger. Have an adventurous time exploring the wild beauty of the country here.

Mudumalai National Park

In Tamil Nadu state of India, Mudumalai has a very scenic location in the Nilgiri hills. This park is also acknowledged as a Tiger Reserve, but it is also popular for its endangered elephants, and leopards. And you can also see various prey birds here, like vultures.

Gir Wildlife Sanctuary

Very popular for its handsome Asiatic lions, this forest protected area, is in the state of Gujarat. With mazing flora and fauna, the park is treated well and is looked after by the government forest department and various NGOs. A nice place to check out the lions and reservoir.

Keoladeo National Park

Also a World Heritage Site, Keoladeo is a popular place known as the home of various species of birds, and especially migratory birds like Siberian cranes. Situated in Bharatpur region of Rajasthan, this park is also popular for its wetlands and grasslands.

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