Travel in India
India is a country with diversity. The Indian Sub continent is filled with lush green forest as it is closely located in the tropical region and thus offers a varied species of wild life which is unique. This article speaks about the various wildlife natural parks and sanctuaries located in India. The Wild life national parks according to their area and terrain offer the chances of a close contact with the Wild life. There are excellent resorts and hotels located on the sides of the national parks which thus offer a great comfortable accomodation for the Wild life holiday safari.
Some of the famous national parks in India are mentioned below: -
Bandhavgarh National park
This is located in the centre of India in the state called Madhya Pradesh. This is the famous national park where the white tigers were discovered for the first time. The chances of seeing a tiger is very good when going on a wildlife safari in this national park on an elephant back. This national park is surrounded by the Vindhya Mountains and offers a very self sutaining environment for the organisms. Other important wildlife species present in this national park are Chausingha (Species of deer), Nilgai (Antelope), Chinkara (Indian Gazelle) and a wild boar.
Ranthambore national park
This national park is located in Rajastan. This is one of the favorite locations for the photographers and is a famous place known for Tigers. The project to save tigers called Project Tiger is strictly being done in India to protect the tiger population from extinction. Apart from tigers this national park offers Gazelle, Boars, Sambar, Chital and monitor Lizards.
Kaziranga national park
This national park is located in the Assam. It is known for the Indian Rhinos. With the elephant back ride, one can have a good look at the other wildlife attractions. Other wildlife in this national park includes Indian Elephants, Bison, Hog deer, sloth bears, Jungle cats and others.
Sunderbans national park
This national park is located at a place called Payali in West Bengal. Major wildlife attractions at this national park are the Royal Bengal tigers and the Ridley sea turtles. Other thrilling wild life forms in this national park include Rhesus monkey and the Chitai deer for their uniqueness.
Bandipur national park
This is a wildlife national park located in Southern part of India in a state called Karnataka. The glory of this place would unfold after the monsoon showers as the resident birds visit this place for breeding. Important wild life that exists in this national park is elphants and Majestic gaurs which are present in large numbers. This is a great spectacle to watch and is one of the kinds present in the Asian continent.
These are a few important Wildlife national parks located on the Indian Sub continent. With its tropical climate, there is a wide variety of wildlife which evolved and has made its own identity. There is a good flight access to the major cities but it is recommended to take the raod way to these national parks.