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Bandhavgarh Tiger Reserve
Madhya Pradesh State is blessed with the one of the most varied wildlife habitats in the world and two most famous national parks cum reserves of India, Bandhavgarh National Park & Kanha National Park. There's another one Panna, maybe not as famous as the other two, but still worth a visit for wildlife enthusiasts The Bandhavgarh Tiger Reserve lies 300 km south-cast of Khajuraho, famous worldwide for its erotic sculptures.
Bandipur National Park is in Indias first declared biosphere reserve and covers an area of 879 sq. km buffer zone. Only 82 sq. km of this has been demarcated as tourism zone. One can cover this easily in the safari ride. The area receives a decent rainfall through the year, averaging to just over 600 mm. The majority of trees are teak, which provides a stunning orange hue to the area. Elephant sightings are plentiful and although it does have a relatively decent population of tigers, sightings are not frequent. It is an excellent park for birding as well
In the bhal or flat grasslands of Gujarat's Saurashtra peninsula, 65 km from Bhavnagar City, is the Blackbuck (Velavadar) National Park. It is amongst the last surviving stretches of relatively undisturbed grassland renowned for Blackbuck, Wolf and Lesser Florican. This 34.08 sq km area stretches between two seasonal rivers that drain into the Gulf of Cambay. Velavadar was declared a sanctuary in 1969, and upgraded to a national park in 1976.
The Terai region of the state of Uttaranchal has always known for the wonderful wilderness that has been blessed on it by the Himalayas. In here are also located two of the most protected wild habitats, providing an unforgettable experience to wildlife lovers. First is Corbett,
Nature has blessed the state of Jammu & Kashmir with endless natural panorama and faunal residents. If you like to witness what its like for the animals to spend each day at the high altitudes and in the cold deserts, that remain covered with snow throughout the year, then do visit the parks and sanctuaries of J&K.
Popularly known as the desert state, Rajasthan has some excellent wildlife retreats, including two of the finest tiger reserves of India, one situated at Ranthambore and the second one is at Sariska. Beside the tiger there's also a magnificent bird sanctuary at Bharatpur, famously known as Keoladeo National Park. The biggest attraction of this avian habitat is the yearly arrival of the Siberian Cranes, a delight for bird watchers
Dudhwa is located in Lakhimpur Kheri district in Uttar Pradesh. It was declared a wildlife sanctuary in 1965 and acquired National Park status in 1977. Due to its location, in the foothills of the Himalayas, the park offers a wide variety of mammals, reptiles, aquatic life and avifauna species.
Established as the natural preserve for the Nilgiri Tahr, Eravikulam wildife sanctuary protects the largest population of Tahrs in this world. Endless acres of tea plantations have altered the original habitat of the High Ranges, along the southern tract of the Western Ghats, leaving pristine forest only on steep slopes and in deep valleys.
Known as the only natural habitat of the Asiatic Lions, Gir National Parks main attraction is more varied and is not just restricted to Lions only. Located in the Gujarat peninsula of in the South West region of India, Gir will be a delight to visit for every wildlife enthusiast Even if the Kachchh region of Gujarat is
A kaleidoscope of visual images, the cold and windy Hemis National Park is a land of splendid ruggedness. Snow-clad peaks soar against azure skies, sunlight breaks vividly on the bare mountain slopes, narrow rivers cut sharply through shadowy chasms and stark ridges rise knife-like from the landscape. The ecology of this barren region hangs in fine balance, easily disturbed by the poacher or the insensitive tourist.
Madhya Pradesh State is blessed with the one of the most varied wildlife habitats in the world and two most famous national parks cum reserves of India, Bandhavgarh National Park & Kanha National Park. There's another one Panna, maybe not as famous as the other two, but still worth a visit for wildlife enthusiasts .
In the deep forests of the North- East, time stands perfectly still. And in here lives the survivor of the prehistoric times, the one horned Rhinoceros. In the state of Assam, their habitat is limited to the two national parks - Kaziranga and Manas. At Kaziranga, the open country makes wildlife viewing fairly easy, while Manas, a known Tiger Reserve, is located in the remotest region of the Himalayan foothills.
Ghana National Park
Keoladeo Ghana National Park, more popularly known as Bharatpur Bird Santuary, is named after the temple located within its boundaries. Although covering a mere 29 sq km, it is famous for its exotic bird species, close to 400. Besides, during winters it is visited by migratory birds such as the Siberian crane.
Mudumalai National park is one the many reserves located in the forest belt between the Western Ghats and the Nilgiri Mountains, in the extreme west of Tamil Nadu. Most of these reserves are demarcated by political boundaries. It covers a relatively small area of 300 sq.
Situated on a gentle slope in the foothills of the Himilayas, the Manas Sanctuary houses around 20 species of highly endangered birds and animals like tigers, pygmy hogs, elephants etc. The Manas reserve is also the primary habitat of the rare golden langur. November to March is the best time to visit the sanctuary.
A marine paradise teems with fantastic life-forms incredibly close to India's largest congregation of oil refineries near Jamnagar in Gujarat. The country's first marine reserve spreads along the south coast of the Gulf of Kutch for nearly 170 km and, together with its archipelago of 42 islands, sprawls over 163 sq km of intertidal zone.
The forest of South India, mainly survive along the Western Ghats and her lies the cluster of protected areas that lie adjacent to one another in the state of Karnataka. In Karnataka the two attractive wildlife parks of Nagarhole and Bandipur are a part of a larger contiguous wildlife reserve that includes the Mudumalai Sanctaury in Tamil Nadu and Wynad Reserve in Kerala. Nagarhole, among India's most well-managed wildlife reserves, is situated in the vast wilds
Want to get an insight of the rich wilderness of eastern India, then visit Namdapha National Park, tucked away in the northern most state of Arunachal Pradesh. The inaccessibility of the greater part the park has helped to keep the forests in their pristine state and keeping intact the divers habitats as well as the flora and fauna that are typical to this area.
Central India once presented an almost contiguous realm for tigers, and even now, despite extensive deforestation and human settlement, seven of India's 27 tiger reserves are located here. Maharashtra and Madhya Pradesh share the Pench Tiger Reserve in the southern, lower reaches of the Satpura Hills, less than 90 km north of Nagpur city.
Also called the Thekkady Wildlife Sanctuary, Periyar is ideal for watching the animals in their natural habitat, mainly wild Elephants. A boat ride on the splendid artificial lake that is within the sanctuary is the best way to view the wilds of the Nilgiri hills
Blessed with breathtaking scenic beauty and rich bio-diversity, Rajaji National Park, also make a perfect holiday spot within the wilds. This area is the northwestern limit of Asian elephant population.
The prime examples of Project Tigers conservation efforts in the state of Rajasthan, Ranthabore National Park was previously hunting reserve of the royal families of Jaipur. Ranthambore is also considered as a heritage site because of the ruins of a 1,000 year old that are found over here.
Situated in a wooden valley, Sariska National Park is surrounded by barren mountains and is one of the major wildlife haunts that feature in every tourists wildlife itinerary.The Sariska Tiger Reserve is steeped in history. The Mughal emperor, Aurangzeb, is said to have imprisoned his elder brother, Dara Shikoh, in the striking hilltop fort of Kankwadi.
Simplipal National Park is one of the earliest wildlife habitats that was taken under Project Tiger and is located in the forest belt of northern Orissa. Formerly a favourite among the royals of Mayurbhanj district, the park set in an expanse of the fine Sal forest. Tourist can enjoy jeep safaris and explore the wild surroundings of Simlipal. The Simlipal Tiger Reserve, one of the country's largest protected areas, is located in the Mayurbhanj district of Orissa.
With the state of West Bengal is attached the name of Sunderbans, by default. This mostly estuarine mangrove forest is the habitat of nearly 200 Royal Bengal Tigers. Passing through the mangroves by motor launch is quite an experience for the area is completely unspoilt and quiet unique from the more conventional wildlife parks. The park is also known for the conservation of the Ridley sea turtle.
of Flowers National Park
Valley of flowers is probably the only flower land of India, with the most extensive range of flowers and orchids that are found in India. There is also famous trek that can be taken to the Valley of Flowers if you are interested to lie in the flowerbed of nature that has been formed in this park.
Ass National Park
A spectacular natural & seasonal lake is shallow and in most parts muddy lagoon,seldom more than 2 mts. deep.The lake has as many as 360 islets most of which exposed when the water level receeds.Nal is very rich in Avi fauna.In fact its whole reputation is based on the varied bird life found here.Nal supports more than250 species of birds,including many migratory species from as far off as Central Asia,Europe and Siberia flock to Nal.
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