5 Most Visited Wildlife Sanctuaries of India

by Christina Wunch I am a Travel Blogger
India, a furtive land, plunging deep into the essence of diversity has so much to enthrall the outsiders and citizens. Culture, tradition and religion diversities are known to all; but, India has a broad range of biodiversity, which is still a secret for few.

Indian wildlife sanctuaries and national parks have been a heritage marker for so long. The wide range of flora and fauna are enhancing the value of these sanctuaries. There are approximate 99 national parks & 450 wildlife sanctuaries protecting the endangered animals. The varied temperature ranging from extremely hot to sub-zero and from draught to torrential rainfall substantiate the habitat of these animals according to their type.

The variety of mammals, reptiles can be found including Bengal Tiger, Snow Leopard, Asiatic Lions, humungous elephant and a wide range of birds attract wildlife enthusiasts from each corner of the globe. Presenting a list of the most traveled wildlife tours of India, that tourists prefer the most:

1. Ranthamabore National Park

During the visit to royal Rajasthan, Ranthambore is the nearest one. The exhilarating land of Ranthambore offers jeep safari to explore the surging area. To spot the majestic tiger in the park people readily take many rides. Other then Tigers, the park offer homage to Sloth Bear, Hyenas, Wild Boars, Chital, and Leopard. To witness the largest growing Banyan tree of India, Ranthambore demands your visit.

2. Kanha National Park

Established in 1955, it is situated in Madhya Pradesh. The national park has ample vegetation including grassy meadows, lush sal, bamboo forests and much more. The plot of Jungle Book by Rudyard Kipling's was designed and inspired from ravines of Kanha. Animals inhabiting the sanctuary range from Bengal Tigers, Hyenas, Sloth Bear, Jungle Fowls, Mongoose, Langures, and Pythons etc. It is famous for rarely found swamp deer and is one of the most protected and well-maintained parks.

3. Gir National Park

Established in 1965 and covering an area of around 1400 sq.kms, it is one of the largest and well preserved national parks. It is the only place which suits the natural habitat of Asiatic lions, the majestic beast. The ideal time to visit the park is October to June. It is famous for its safari tour and streams flowing through the area of the park. One can spot four-horned antelopes, golden jackals, striped hyenas, blackbuck, quails etc in this area. This area is continuously monitored for the protection of 411 Asiatic lions.

4. Bandhavgarh National Park

It's a famous hunting ground of former Indian maharajas' in the bygone era. Boosting with the highest tiger density in India, this park is stringent rules for visitors. Situated among the Vindhyas it procures very high vegetation. It provides homage to a wide variety of Panthers, Chitals, Macaque, Sambars, Crocodiles, Spotted Deer and Nilgai etc. Here, numerous safaris are organized for the safety and attraction of tourists and hence is widely visited by tourists for trekking.

5. Jim Corbett National Park

It is the oldest park lying at the foot of Himalayas and sprawled across an area of around 1300 sq.kms. It is a heaven for wildlife lovers. It is a home for Wild Elephants, Jungle Fowls, Langures Monkey, Macaque, Chital, Hog Deer, Gharials, Wild Boars Jackals etc but it is famous for Asiatic elephants and Bengal tigers. The wilderness of the park attracts the wildlife enthusiasts from various corners of the earth.

The most appealing thing in India is watching these animals in their natural habitat. Witness the exuberance of nature at its bounty in these national parks and wildlife sanctuaries by this exciting wildlife tour to India. Get lifetime memories by visiting these places.

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