Animals have the innocence that is not found among humans. They might be fierce or docile, noisy or peaceful or anything along with their identity of being a nature dweller with no need of anything artificial. Welcome to Wildlife Tours India to feel something that is identical in every corner of the world but still with a striking difference. There are numerous tours that will take you to various parts of India inhabited by unique creatures of forest and thus, in a different world every time.
Following can be your destinations while trying to figure out which animal belong to what place:
Kaziranga National Park
Located in the state of Assam, the park is renowned for its one-horned rhinoceros. A World Heritage Site, it is a tiger reserve as well and thus a part of the many tiger tour. Elephant rides are quite a common sight to have a look on the whole diversity of the forest. Not only noted for animals like swamp deer and water buffalo, the Kazirana National Park is also known for a good place for birding.
Ranthambore National Park
Situated in Sawai Madopur district just 130 Km away from the capital city of Jaipur, Ranthambhore National Park is listed amongst the largest of the National Parks in India. Reputed for the Royal Bengal Tigers, wildlife enthusiast very much enjoys the morning and evening tours on the back of elephant leopard, chital, sambhar, and many others. Here are also birding activity can be enjoyed.
Corbett National Park
This is a national park that is known to be there when none other existed. In 1936, near Nainital Hill Station, The very first National park of India came into existence as a result of efforts put in by British hunter and wildlife conservationist Jim Corbett. Reputed for tiger tours, it has diverse landscapes, different animals, reptiles, birds and plants / trees that could be researched and studied, here and joy never leaves you.
Nagarhole National Park
Wildlife holidays India will become special coming down to this place after visiting city of Mysore and Bangalore. Situated in Mysore and Kodagu districts of Karnataka State, the park is famously known as Rajiv Gandhi National Park. Tigers are a speciality here also in addition with other animals. Like in the other national parks, Project tiger has saved many tigers here also and contributed in breeding many others to keep a healthy population. A part of the Nilgiri Biosphere reserve, it is a must-see while in South India.
Bandipur National Park
Also in Karnataka, it is a national park of the beautiful sights of landscapes as well as wildlife. 80 km away from Mysore, many birds can be spotted here, Indian as well as migratory. This national park is also a part of the Nilgiri Biosphere reserve just like the Nagarhole National Park. Panthers, barking deer, jackal, etc are some of the main wildlife attractions of this park.
Kumarakom Bird Sanctuary
Located in Kumarakom in district Kottayam, it is amongst the well known bird sanctuaries. People also know it by the name of Vembanad Bird Sanctuary. More celebrated for the study of migratory birds, the bird sanctuary has an owl, Cuckoo, Egret, Darter and many more of them. This area i.e. Kumarakom, which has the bird sanctuary, is also well known for Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary.
Apart from the above list, various wildlife sanctuaries in India can also be a part of your India trip. Enjoy the nature and wildlife as you wanted!
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