India is a land recognized for its wonderful geographical and bio-diversity. Wildlife enthusiasts and tourists from all over the world visit India to pat shoulders with the exotic wildlife species that dot the breadth and length of the Indian forests. A few of the most popular national parks and wildlife sanctuaries which tourists must visit all through their wildlife vacations are mentioned below:
Kanha National Park
Kanha National Park is considered as one of the leading sanctuaries located in Madhya Pradesh. It is a fantastic place for spotting tigers and has been a stimulus for great numerous writers for example Rudyard Kipling who is said to have taken great inspiration from this wildlife park for writing “The Jungle Book”. One of the leading attractions of this spot is Bamni Dadar, the nightfall point of Kanha which amplifies the pleasure of wildlife holidays in India.
Sariska National Park
Situated in the Alwar district of the Rajasthan state, Sariska Park is another famous wildlife park and tiger reserves in India. Tourists can get pleasure from the best views of Indian wildlife by an exciting elephant safari and jeep safari inside the park. There are lots of other magnificent attractions housed in Sariska tiger reserve such as Shiva Temple, Kankwari Fort and Sariska Palace which adds up to your Indian wildlife tour.
Ranthambore National Park
Situated in the deserted land of Rajasthan, Ranthambore National Park is one of the leading wildlife reserves in India and also the park with utmost prospect to spot the elusive tigers. It is also famous for housing the highly endangered Bengal Tigers. Other wildlife species include chital, hyena, sloth bear, sambar, dhole, wild boar, Nilgai and leopard. There are several hotels and resorts located outside or within Wildlife Park which may also provide wildlife safaris for free.
Corbett National Park
Nestled in the Pauri and Nainital district of Uttarakhand, Corbett National Park is one of the finest and oldest wildlife reserves within India and an ideal destination for wildlife tourists in India. It houses around 25 reptile species, 580 bird species, 50 species of mammals, 110 tree species and acts as a secured area for extremely endangered Bengal tigers. You can get pleasure from the best views of wildlife species by exciting jeep safari.