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Wildlife Sancturies in India


Kaziranga National Park, Assam

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Home to two-thirds of the world's one horned rhinoceros population, this national park has been declared as a World Heritage Site.

Made unique with a vibrant, well preserved and sustained ecology this park has a very versatile bio diversity which makes Kaziranga National Park a very important and popular tourist destination. Other than the one horned Rhino which almost defines the area, the park also offers pleasant surprises to tourists as they spot swamp dears, leopards, flying squirrels, sloth bears, Bengal foxes, Indian tigers and many more. Along with this you'll find your heads turning up to see eagles, hornbills and pelicans. Apart from the wildlife, the park itself is immensely beautiful with water bodies and forests. Kaziranga is the place to go for a trip full of excitement into the best and most of what Assam's nature has to offer.

Ranthambore National Park, Rajasthan

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Ranthambore National Park is another wildlife attraction, which is acclaimed for providing shelter to a considerable population of Tigers. The National Park is serving shelter to almost 300 species of trees and 50 aquatic plants, together with 272 species of birds and 12 of reptiles including the Marsh Crocodile & amphibians. The count of mammals in the park is of about 30 species. Some of the attractions in and around the park are Ranthambhore Fort, Bakula, Kachida Valley, Lakarda Anantpura and Jogi Mahal. Visitors, along with wildlife photography, can enjoy wildlife safari. The Ranthambore National Park is one of the best weekend getaway options from Delhi. There also are safaris organized in the park for visitors.

Corbett National Park, Uttarakhand

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Corbett National Park, set amidst the foothills of Himalayas, houses a variety of flora and fauna including rare ones such as tigers and is a treat for wildlife enthusiasts and photographers.

The oldest National Park in India, Jim Corbett National Park was established in 1936 as Hailey National Park and is home to the critically endangered species of the Royal Bengal Tiger. Located in the foothills of the Himalayas and along the banks of Ramaganga River, it is home to around 50 species of trees, 580 bird species and 50 species of animals along with 25 reptile species spread over an area of more than 500 sq km covering riverine belts, hills, marshy depressions, lakes, streams and grasslands. The Park is divided into 5 zones namely Bijrani, Dhikala, Jhirna, Domunda and Sonanandi and all of them have different gates. A visit to Corbett National Park is incomplete without a jungle safari, so make sure you go for a safari.

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Bandipur National Park, Karnataka

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Established as a tiger reserve in the year 1974, Bandipur National Park is well known for its breathtaking natural beauty.

Replete with a wide range of beautiful wildlife and multitudes of teak and sandalwood trees, this is the first Biosphere Reserve of the country as well as the site chosen for the Project Tiger. Situated in Nilgiris the are is blessed with a unique natural beauty. The area is the habitat for a number of animals such as elephants, hornbills, deers, pythons, sloth bears, pythons, panthers etc. An enjoyable town nearby that one must visit is Ooty.

Parambikulam Wildlife Sanctuary, Kerala

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Parambikulam Wildlife Sanctuary has been proposed as a world heritage site by the UNESCO World Heritage Committee. In 2010, the sanctuary as declared as the part of Parambiculam Tiger Reserve. The wildlife sanctuary is one of the best spot for wildlife enthusiasts to enjoy rich flora and fauna. The visitors are praised for providing shelter to various endangered and conserved species

Bandhavgarh National Park, Madhya Pradesh

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Bandhavgarh National Park is acclaimed in India for its large biodiversity. The national park is also said to host the highest density of the population of tigers in India. Moreover, the park is a treat for wildlife photographers. To explore the best of the national park it is advised to include visit to some of the attractions in and around the park. Some of the popular attractions are Bandhagarh Fort, Baghel Museum, Village Tala, and Fossil National Park. The ecosystem of the national park also leaves the visitor spellbound.

Gir National Park and Sasan Gir Sanctuary

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Gir National Park & Sasan Gir Sanctuary is famed for providing shelter to the Asiatic Lions. The national park & sanctuary is also acclaimed as one of the major protected areas in Asia. The survey of 2010 also recorded the count of Asiatic lions to be 411, which was as increase of 52 lions as compared to the records of 2005.

Periyar National Park, Kerala

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Gir National Park & Sasan Gir Sanctuary is famed for providing shelter to the Asiatic Lions. The national park & sanctuary is also acclaimed as one of the major protected areas in Asia. The survey of 2010 also recorded the count of Asiatic lions to be 411, which was as increase of 52 lions as compared to the records of 2005.

Dandeli Wildlife Sanctuary, Karnataka

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Dandeli Wildlife Sanctuary is praised for providing excellent wildlife attraction in India. The sanctuary provides shelter to various endangered and conserved species of flora and fauna. On your visit to Mumbai, take out some time to explore the best of nature. The sanctuary is located at a distance of 580 km from Mumbai, there is conveyance option available to ensure comfortable travelling.

Dandeli Wildlife Sanctuary, Karnataka

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Dandeli Wildlife Sanctuary is praised for providing excellent wildlife attraction in India. The sanctuary provides shelter to various endangered and conserved species of flora and fauna. On your visit to Mumbai, take out some time to explore the best of nature. The sanctuary is located at a distance of 580 km from Mumbai, there is conveyance option available to ensure comfortable travelling.

Kanha National Park, Madhya Pradesh

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Kanha National Park has served as a source of inspiration for Jungle Book – the novel, written by Rudyard Kipling. The national park features grassy meadows, lush sal & bamboo forests, and ravines of Kanha. The national park also provides shelter to various endangered and conserved species of flora and fauna. This is another very popular national park, located in the Indian state of Madhya Pradesh.

Sundarbans National Park, West Bengal

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Sunderbans National Park is one of the largest and oldest in India. Located in the deltaic region of India, this park also shares its boundaries with Bangladesh. Covered with mangrove forests, Sundarbans is the original abode of the stunning Royal Bengal Tigers.

It has the highest number of Bengal Tigers than any other parks in the world. Salt-Water Crocodile can also be found in this park. Sundarbans is extremely rich in avifauna, aqua fauna and reptiles. Some of the other endangered species in this park are Gangetic Dolphin, River Terrapin, Hawks Bill Turtle and Mangrove Horseshoe Crab.

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