Wildlife of India

Welcome to the Land of Diversities – India. Apart from its matchless elegance, India houses a rich and diverse wildlife accompanied by an equally diverse variety of flora and fauna. India has a lot to offer for the wildlife enthusiasts from across the globe. Come to India and watch animals and birds in their natural habitat. Adventure exhilarates manifold during the wildlife tours in India.

Above 70 national parks and 400 wildlife sanctuaries are present in India. These are successful in drawing numerous tourists to this country. The national parks and wildlife sanctuaries remain closed during the monsoon season. The rich heritage of wildlife that exists in India has its own contribution in increasing the tourist potential here.

Wildlife tours in India are great fun. The sight of the rarest of species inhabiting the national parks here is simply breathtaking. If you wish to observe the activities of the tiger in their natural habitat, visit the Ranthambhore National Park and Sariska National Park in Rajasthan, Corbett National Park in Uttaranchal, Panna National Park and Bandhavgarh National Park in Madhya Pradesh. Jungle safari is the best way to witness the diverse fauna existing in these parks. A trip to these parks is a delight for every wildlife lover.

The Keoladeo Ghana National Park, also called the Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary is another major highlight for those seeking adventure and interested to explore the facets of wildlife. The sanctuary has a vast variety of birds. It is truly a paradise for those who love to observe the activities of the birds. Nothing can replace the nature walk in this sanctuary that allows the visitor to see the sanctuary at its best.

About eighty percent of the total population of one horned rhinoceros houses in the Kaziranga National Parkin Assam, India. The park draws a horde of tourists to Assam and is equally popular amongst the naturalists and environmentalists. Other famous national parks in India are namely Periyar National Park in Kerala, Pench National Park and Kanha National Park in Madhya Pradesh and Gir National Park in Gujarat.

India is no less than a paradise for those who are truly in love with nature. Dispersed across the length and breadth of the country, the wildlife reserves have made their own mark in the preserving the endangered species. India is a haven to the most unique wildlife. Do not miss the opportunity to see the rich fauna that breeds and feeds in India. A tour of the Indian wildlife circuit is an incredible treat for the eyes of the tourists.

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