Tours & Travel in Wildlife Sanctuaries and parks of India

Exploring Indian wildlife sanctuaries and parks is a thrilling, adventurous, memorable and delightful experience. Indian wildlife parks and sanctuaries are home to several endangered animal species and bird species. They are rich in their flora and fauna. They deserve the attention of tourists from all over the world in quite large number. Read more about Indian wildlife parks and sanctuaries ...

There are several wildlife parks and sanctuaries in India providing abundant scope for the nature lover tourists and adventurous tourists to treasure the beauty of wildlife. Indian wildlife parks and sanctuaries are rich in their flora and fauna. The wild animals and mind-blowing scenery of dense Indian parks and sanctuaries cast a spell in the minds of tourists from all over the world. Each and every wildlife parks and sanctuaries of India have its unique charm and variety to offer its visitors.

Some of globally known wildlife parks and sanctuaries of India listed below

  • Ranthambhore National Park & Tiger Reserve, Rajasthan
  • Sariska National Park & Tiger Reserve, Rajasthan
  • Keoladeo Ghana National Park, Rajasthan (Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary)
  • Dachigram National Park, Jammu & Kashmir
  • Great Himalayan National Park, Himachal Pradesh
  • Jim Corbett National Park, Uttarakhand
  • Kaziranga National Park, Assam
  • Bandhavgarh National Park, Madhya Pradesh
  • Manas Tiger Reserve, Assam
  • Rann Ka Kutch (Wild Ass), Gujarat
  • Bandipur National Park, Karnataka
  • Sasangir Wildlife Sanctuary, Gujarat
  • Sultanpur Bird Sanctuary, Haryana
  • Kumarakom Bird Sanctuary, Kerala
  • Dandeli Wildlife Sanctuary, Karnataka
  • Rangthittu Wildlife Sanctuary, Karnataka
  • Nagarhole National Park, Karnataka
  • Chilka Lake Bird Sanctuary, Orissa
  • Parambikulam Wildlife Sanctuary, Tamil Nadu
  • Assan Barrage Bird Sanctuary, Uttarakhand
  • Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary and National Park, Kerala
  • Idukki Wildlife Sanctuary, Kerala
  • Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary, Kerala
  • Karera Wildlife Sanctuary, Madhya Pradesh
  • Nagarjunasagar - Srisailam Sanctuary, Andhra Pradesh
  • Simlipal National Park, Orissa
  • Nandankanan Sanctuary & National Park, Orissa
  • Pench National Park, Madhya Pradesh
  • Dudhwa National Park, Uttar Pradesh
  • Sunderbans National Park & Tiger Reserve, West Bengal
  • Mudumalai Wildlife Sanctuary, Tamil Nadu
  • Vedanthangal National Park, Tamil Nadu
  • Buxa Tiger Reserve, West Bengal
  • Hazaribagh National Park, Jharkhand
  • Dajipur Bison Sanctuary, Maharashtra
  • Black Buck National Park, Gujarat
  • Chinnar National Park, Kerala

These are wildlife parks and sanctuaries of India are rich in there flora and fauna. They are perfect example for ecosystem. They are perfect for nature tourism or green tourism or ecotourism. They provide excellent conservation of endangered wild species and bird species, such as royal Bengal tigers, Indian lions, Asiatic elephants, snow leopards, leopards, Siberian crane, and several reptile species. They provide natural surroundings to wild animals and bird species. Watching wild animals and bird species in their natural surroundings in simply a unforgettable and delightful experience.

Ranthambhore National Park in Rajasthan and Jim Corbett National Park in Uttarakhand are well known among tourists from all over the world for tiger viewing and tiger safari. Keoladeo Ghana National Park (Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary) in Rajasthan, Kumarakom Bird Sanctuary in Kerala and Chilka Lake Bird Sanctuary are well known among tourists who love bird watching. In these bird parks of India, you will have wonderful opportunity watch the delightful activities of several species of birds. You will also find here in these bird parks several species of migratory birds like Siberian Cranes.

A tour of Indian wildlife sanctuaries and national parks is fabulous, adventurous, memorable and delightful. You too love to explore Indian parks and sanctuaries. Tourists from all over the world for plan a visit to wildlife parks and sanctuaries of India just to treasure the charm of beauty of wildlife.

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atomicpaulsen 5 years ago from Orem, UT

amazing pics! did you take them yourself?

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