India’s Top 7 Wildlife Destinations for Safari Tours

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India, with its abundance of wildlife places, offers visitors the chance to enjoy both amazing experiences and exciting animals. There are about 450 wildlife sanctuaries, 100 national parks, and 40 tiger reserves there. India has a wide variety of wildlife, from the dunes of Rajasthan to the verdant woods of Assam, and from the highlands of Uttarakhand to the deep forests of Madhya Pradesh. India is renowned for having abundant wildlife in almost every region. Discover the locations where you may have unforgettable wildlife safari vacations if you are eager to spend time in India’s outdoors. India has a large number of national parks that are habitat to a wide variety of plant and animal species, drawing tourists to these locations. 

Ranthambore National Park, Rajasthan

Ranthambore National Park

Ranthambore National Park, which spans 1,334 KM2, is one of the most well-known habitats for tigers, the king of forests. Many tigers can be seen strolling through this area. The park’s primary draw and one that attracts wildlife photographers the most are the tigers. You will be enthralled to witness these cats wandering freely and reveling in the pleasant temperature of the desert during your safari excursion to Ranthambore. You may see sloth bears, wild boars, sambar, and many other wildlife species in addition to tigers.

Jim Corbett National Park, Uttarakhand

Jim Corbett National Park

Originally created in 1974 as the first Tiger Reserve, Jim Corbett is the first National Park in Asia. The legend around this daring location has continued ever since. The most irate species of the cat family, the tiger, resides in this oldest national park in India. Travellers from all over the world come to Corbett specifically to catch a peek of the cat family’s perilous way of life. For those seeking excitement, a vacation to Corbett offers a plethora of enjoyable experiences. Jim Corbett National Park is home to tigers as well as a variety of other wildlife species, Fishing Cats, Gorals, Himalayan Tahr, and Serow.

Bandhavgarh National Park, Madhya Pradesh

Bandhavgarh National Park

A great location to enjoy the exhilarating experience of up close and personal viewing of Royal Bengal Tigers is Bandhavgarh National Park. One of the most incredible locations in India for a wildlife safari is Bandhavgarh, home to a variety of unique fauna and gorgeous striped cats. The royalties used to use this area as their hunting grounds. Now that Bandhavgarh is designated as a wildlife refuge, the situation is different.

Kanha National Park, Madhya Pradesh

Kanha National Park

The best-known classic, The Jungle Book, was written by Rudyard Kipling and was inspired by Kanha National Park. It seems as though every character in this novel actually lives in Kanha National Park. Many threatened or endangered wildlife species have been saved thanks in part to the park. The park takes numerous steps to preserve the general conservation of its flora, fauna, and avifauna while also protecting exotic wildlife species. You will have an incredible experience passing through diverse and colorful wild species.

Kaziranga National Park, Assam

Kaziranga National Park

One of the most fascinating species can be seen in Kaziranga National Park: the Single Horned Rhinoceros. With an area of 430 KM2, Kaziranga National Park is residence to the world’s largest population of One Horned Rhinos. This location is remote from human habitation, allowing for the magnificent flourishing of wildlife. You may see bears, rhinos, elephants, panthers, and a variety of vibrant birds among the exotic creatures here.

Sundarbans National Park, West Bengal

Sundarbans National Park

It’s a great experience to watch tigers in their natural environment at Sundarbans National Park. Observe them having fun with their family and swimming in the water. In addition, the park contains the world’s greatest forest cover and a population of tigers that have an aquatic existence. This park is unquestionably one of India’s most amazing places to have a wildlife holiday. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, that is.

Gir National Park, Gujarat

Gir National Park

One of Gujarat’s tourism industry’s shining jewels, Gir National Park provides an amazing setting for pursuing your passion for wildlife encounters. The Asiatic Lions are the pace’s main draw. India’s wildlife tourism industry largely benefits from the large population of Asiatic Lions that call Gir National Park home. The park is home to roughly 32 distinct mammal species, 300 different bird species, and 26 different types of reptiles, in addition to the lions. Many people in the park are drawn to it because of its tremendous biodiversity.

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