The Indian sub-continent boasts of an array of wildlife parks that inhabit numerous wildlife species. The amazing diversity of the country and the wildlife parks in makes them a must-watch for one and all. The variance whether in terms of flora, fauna or natural surrounding is the most exquisite facet of the wildlife parks in India. These wildlife parks function as a home to several famous as well endangered species. A holiday in the wildlife reserves of India not only enchant your eyes but also rejuvenate your soul. While you tour the wildlife parks in India, spare some time to see the majestic forts and palatial havelis. Just a glimpse of these structures will leave you speechless.
While you are in the wildlife parks of India, you will be amazed to see the animals quarrel with each other while migratory birds playing in water. Listen to the howls of wild animals and stay overnight in the midst of deep dark patches in the wildlife lodges. In the jungles of India, you can choose to experience a different night stay. Stay overnight in the camps where moths fly, shadows creep and silence prevails.
The best way to explore the exotic species existing in India is through a jungle safari. While you roam in a hired safari within the fringes of a wildlife reserve, enjoy watching the birds feeding their babies. Capture the Jungle King in your camera while it catches its prey. Not only are the wildlife lovers left bewildered to see vicious animals in their true colours but the nature lovers too are charmed to observe nature so closely.
The best of the jewels of the Indian wilderness which are worth-visiting include Kaziranga National Park in Assam, Corbett National Park in Uttar Pradesh, Kanha National Park in Madhya Pradesh, and Ranthambhore National Park in Rajasthan and Bandhavgarh National Park in Madhya Pradesh. So what you still waiting for? Get ready to explore the wildlife parks in India. Pack your bags and slip into your hunting boots, as its time for some actual adventure.
Famous Wildlife National ParksRanthambhore National Park
Location: Sawai Madhopur District, Rajasthan.
Ideal Visit Time: October to March
What To See: Tigers & ancient monuments
Reputed to be a praiseworthy reserve of India, the Ranthambhore National Park is the single dry deciduous tiger home worldwide.
Location: Alwar District, Rajasthan
Ideal Visit Time: October to June
What To See: Tiger and Leopard
Established in 1955, Sariska is a big hit with tourists not only from India but also from Abroad. It was declared a Tiger Reserve in 1978 and now falls under Project Tiger Scheme of India.
Location: Mandla District, Madhya Pradesh
Ideal Visit Time: April - June & Nov - Jan
What To See: Tigers, Bears and Leopards
Though tigers have been preserved by several tiger reserves in India, you can see them regularly and quite often only in the Kanha National Park.
Location: Umaria District, Madhya Pradesh
Ideal Visit Time: Mid-November to June
What To See: Tigers and leopards
Spread over an area of 437 square kilometres, the Bandhavgarh National Park is circumferenced by the Vindhyan mountains ranges.
Location: Khajuraho (57 kilometers), M.P.
Ideal Visit Time: January to May
What To See: Tigers, Elephants & Leopards
The Panna National Park in Madhya Pradesh is situated 57 kilometers away from Khajuraho. The place is known the world over not only for its Tiger Reserve and unique wildlife species but also for its diamonds.
Location: Ramnagar, Uttaranchal
Ideal Visit Time: November 15 to June 15
What To See: Tigers, Leopards & Crocodiles
Corbett National Park in Uttaranchal is amongst the oldest wildlife reserves in India.Corbett National Park was established in the year 1936.
Location: Seoni, Madhya Pradesh
Ideal Visit Time: November to June
What To See: Tiger and Leopard
The mention of Pench National Park conjures up images of Mowgli and Bagheera, the main characters of Rudyard Kipling's famous tale The Jungle Book.
Location: Bokakhat (23 kilometers), Assam
Ideal Visit Time: Mid-Nov to Early April
What To See: Rhinos, Leopard and Tiger
The Kaziranga National Park in Assam is situated on the banks of River Brahmaputra. The park is spread over an area of 430 square kilometers.
You can select a tour package from wide range of available tailor-made India Wildlife Tour Packages, or send your requirement details to get a customized tour package as per your needs.