Top 7 wildlife sanctuaries of India

Top 7 wildlife sanctuaries of India

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Top 7 wildlife sanctuaries of India

Top 7 wildlife sanctuaries of India

National Parks in India: You must also enjoy the jungle safaris of these top 7 wildlife sanctuaries of India in the monsoon.

If you have a great love for wildlife and want to see them up close, then you must visit the Wildlife Sanctuary during the monsoon season. The monsoon season is considered the best to visit the National Park. By the way, anyone can go to visit the Wildlife Sanctuary. Let us tell you, there are about 200 national parks in India. If you are also planning to visit the National Park to see wildlife, then you can include these top wildlife sanctuaries of India in your list.

Ranthambore, Rajasthan

Top 7 wildlife sanctuaries of India

Ranthambore National Park is located in the south district of Rajasthan, Sawai Madhopur. This park was given the status of a national park in 1981. This national park is situated on the Aravalli and Vindhya hills. The tiger population is highest here. Along with this, you will also get to see cheetahs here. Apart from animals, many species of birds can also be seen here. Apart from the monsoon, you can also visit here in the months of October to April.

Jim Corbett National Park, Uttarakhand

Top 7 wildlife sanctuaries of India

Jim Corbett National Park, situated amidst the foothills of the Himalayas, is where you will find a variety of flora and fauna including tigers. Along with this, a total of 300 wild elephants, 200 tigers and many types of animals and birds also roam here. Jim Corbett National Park was established in the year 1936 and is the oldest park in India. Here you can fulfill your photography desires. Apart from the monsoon, you can also visit here between the months of October to June.

Kaziranga National Park, Assam

Top 7 wildlife sanctuaries of India

Home to the largest population of one-horned rhinos on earth, Kaziranga National Park is one of the national treasures of India in terms of flora and fauna. Situated in the state of Assam in north-eastern India, its total area is shared by Nagaon, Golaghat and Karbi Anglong districts. About five hours by road from Guwahati, Kaziranga National Park is a symbol of successful wildlife conservation in India. In 1985, it was given the status of a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. Apart from monsoon, you can also visit here between the months of October to June.

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Bandhavgarh National Park, Madhya Pradesh

Bandhavgarh National Park, Madhya Pradesh

Bandhavgarh National Park in Madhya Pradesh is a beautiful forest full of wildlife and flora. Formerly a hunting ground for the Maharajas of Rewa, now this national park is world famous as a tiger reserve. Bandhavgarh is also known as the most visited park of Royal Bengal Tigers in the world. You can catch a glimpse of the Royal Tiger here during the Jungle Safari. In 2012, around 44-49 tigers were present in this national park. There are more than 22 species of mammals and 250 species of avifauna. Apart from monsoon, you can also visit here between the months of October to June.

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Kanha National Park, Madhya Pradesh

Kanha National Park, Madhya Pradesh

Situated in the central region of Madhya Pradesh, it is the largest national park in central India and is also ranked as one of the best parks in Asia. Located in Madhya Pradesh, this park came into existence in 1955. 22 species of large mammals are found here, with the Royal Bengal Tiger being a major attraction here. Kanha National Park is currently spread over an area of ​​940 km, which is divided into two sanctuaries, Hallan and Banjar. Apart from the monsoon, you can also visit here between the months of October to June.

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Gir National Park, Gujarat

Gir National Park, Gujarat

Gir National Park of Gujarat is one such park in the world, where you can see lions roaming in the open. In this national park of Gujarat, tourists come to take a walk. The park has 38 species of mammals, 37 types of reptiles, three hundred avifauna species, and over 2000 insect species. Apart from the monsoon, you can also visit here between the months of July to March.

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Sundarbans National Park, West Bengal

Sundarbans National Park, West Bengal

Known for hosting the largest mangrove forests in the world, the Sundarbans National Park is located in West Bengal, India. It is also a Tiger Reserve and a Biosphere Reserve, where you can see views from ‘Royal Bengal Tigers’ to beautiful rivers. The Sundarbans National Park is a part of the Sundarbans delta which is full of mangrove forests and is home to the largest population of Bengal Tigers. This UNESCO World Heritage Site is home to a wide variety of birds and reptiles, including saltwater crocodiles. Apart from the monsoon, you can also visit here between the months of September to March.

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