Since time immemorial, India wears the treasure of rich flora and fauna. The Mangroves being a preserver to the Royal Bengal tigers in the East, and Gir being the saviour of the Asiatic lions in the West, India certainly has the utmost glorious wildlife sanctuaries of the world.
Here’s a list of the top 10(not ranked) wildlife sanctuaries of India which you would delightfully love to experience.
Sundarbans are a UNESCO World Heritage Site, especially known for the Royal Bengal tigers. Remarkably marked by waterways, Sundarbans can be traversed by boats and rafts. Sundarbans have been proudly enlisted amongst the finalists in the New 7 Wonders of Nature.
2. Gir National Park and Wildlife Sanctuary, Gujarat
If luck is on your side, you may find your eyes catching the site of Asiatic lions, sloth bears, striped hyenas, golden jackals, four-horned antelopes, leopards, nilgais, and even the rarest black bucks.
Gir is a special place for bird lovers and photographers too. You can find various breeds of owls, eagles, quails, and woodpeckers.
3. Kanha National Park, Madhya Pradesh
What could be more attractive than the sight of peacocks dancing on their own beats, and tigers, jackals and wild pigs hiding in the meadows? Come witness it for yourself and get enamored by its magic.
4. Jim Corbett National Park, Uttarakhand
Corbett comprises of beautiful hills, riverine belts, marshy depressions, glistening grasslands, and a gorgeously giant lake. It houses around 110 serene species of trees, 50 incredible species of mammals, 580 enormously colourful species of birds and 25 unique species of reptiles.
5. Ranthambore National Park, Rajasthan
Located in Sawai Madhopur, this park is an eye-candy for the tiger lovers. The best time for tiger sightings at Ranthambore National Park in November and May.
6. Kaziranga National Park, Assam
If you love being in the lap of nature if you love wetlands, dense broadleaf tropical forests, elephant grass expanses and beautifully flowing rivers. You ought to visit this park securely placed in the arms of Assam. There’s a huge population of 2,401 rhinos, giant elephants, swamp deer, and wild water buffaloes.
7. Hemis National Park, Jammu and Kashmir
Snowfall itself feels like a festival here. What if you get to celebrate it with one of the 200 snow leopards around you? The joy of making a snowman, wearing the nicest of woolens and giggling with the family would all double the fun.
8. Bandhavgarh National Park, Madhya Pradesh
Isn’t it cool to see one tiger after every 4 kms? Bandhavgarh offers you just that! Also, visit Sheesh Shaiya, BadiGufa, Three Cave Point, Bandhavgarh fort and add an unforgettable day to your memories.
9. Govind Wildlife Sanctuary, Uttarakhand
Any bird lovers here? You know your next spot!
Famous for 150rarespecies of birds including the Golden eagle, Steppe eagle, Black Eagle, Bearded vulture, Himalayan snow cock and the Himalayan Monal pheasant, to name a few.
10. Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary, Kerala
Get addicted to the pristine environment of this sanctuary offering a breathtaking view of tigers, guar, sambar, Indian giant squirrel, Nilgiri Tahr and lion-tailed macaque in the shade of teak, rosewoods, sandalwoods, mangoes and tamarind trees.
We bet that a trip to these sanctuaries will be packed with lots of action, adventure, and fun.
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