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Wildlife Destinations

Tiger Wildlife

India has a rich flora and fauna that thrives on its diverse topography and varied weather conditions. As a result, every region is popular for a particular flora or the wildlife that is rare to find elsewhere.

Wildlife in North India is popular and is supported by a rich and abundant topography of the region making it favourable for diverse species of animals. North India is dotted with a number of wonderful wildlife sanctuaries. The National parks and sanctuaries boast of a rich variety of flora and fauna. While you enjoy the wildlife here, there are various lodges and resorts in the park so that accommodation is been taken care of.

Here are some of the popular names in North India region:

Corbett National Park
Established in 1936, the Jim Corbett national park is located in the foothills of Himalayas. It is the 1st national park in India. It is famous for its large population of Tigers, Leopards and Elephants. Jeep Safari, Elephant Safari, Horse Safari, Bird Safari, Fishing Safari, Trek & Camp and Nature Walk - all you can enjoy during your visit to Corbett National Park India. Museum at Dhangarhi Gate and the Corbett Museum at Kaladhungi are the must see places here.


Elephant Wildlife

Bharatpur Wildlife Sanctuary
Bharatpur is world renowned for its diverse bird species. The park derives its name from the ancient temple dedicated to Keoladeo located at the centre of the park so it is also known as Keoladeo Ghana National Park. It is home to around 400 species of birds; it is famous for the Siberian Crane. The major attractions here are the various migratory birds that include Pelicans, Geese, Ducks, Cranes, and Larks and so on. You can also sight deer, jackals, blackbuck, fishing cats, blue bulls and monkeys. The best time to visit is from October to March.

Ranthambore Tiger Reserve
It is one of the biggest national parks in Northern India. It is very famous for its tiger population. One can also spot a large number of Leopards, Hyenas, Chital, Nilgai, Black Buck, Sloth Bear and many more. The best season to visit is from October to March and from April to June. Besides flora and fauna, other attractions in the park are The Jogi Mahal and various lakes.

Sariska National Park
Declared as a national park in 1979, Sariska Park is one of the famous tiger reserves in the country. It lies in the Alwar district. Prior to becoming a national park it was the hunting grounds of Maharajas of Alwar. Apart from Tigers, one can also spot Sambar, chital, nilgai, four-horned antelope, jungle cat, and hyena and so on. Apart from a varied range of flora and fauna other highlights of the park are Kankwari Fort, ancient Shiva temple and a Palace.


Leopards Wildlife

Kanha National Park
Kanha National Park is one of the finest wildlife reserves and the source of inspiration for Rudyard Kipling and his famous work, The Jungle Book. Compared to any other national; park, it has the largest number of tigers. The park has various other species like Barahsingah, Jackal, Chital, Guar, Monkeys and many more. The other chief attraction here is the Bamni Dadar which is the sunset point.

Wildlife has soon gained a cult status in Indian tourism industry. With relaxation of laws and an extensive choice to pick from, India has become the next favourite destination for wildlife tourism for most tourists.



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