Explore wilderness in India’s top national parks

  • India’s top national parks

There is nothing more soothing that witnessing the forest in their natural setting which is always complemented by the presence of wild species. Let’s take a dive into the leading national parks of India that are full of fun, adventure and wilderness.

India's Top National Park - India, a land of culture and colors, is also found to be blessed with unmatched wildlife. In fact, it is largely considered a heaven for some of the rare wild species that are exclusive to this majestic land. It is home to some of the world’s best and extensive national parks and wildlife sanctuaries where you can peep into the amazing lives of animals and birds. Besides, these parks are engulfed by lush greenery and plenty of flora and fauna. If you’re a wildlife enthusiast, you can’t afford to miss these great places that are exclusively meant for animals.

In the following post, we’ll take you a journey to India’s best national parks.

# Kanha National Park, Madhya Pradesh

Located at the center of the nation, Madhya Pradesh is known to have plenty of jungles and is considered among the best places to experience wildlife. The amazing outlooks of the Royal Bengal Tiger, Leopards, Barasingha and Indian wild dogs are worth experiencing at the most visited national park in India. The best thing about this national Park is that most of the forest area of the park is accessible to the tourists. Thus, you can expect to witness a deeper look during a great wildlife safari here amidst the deep forests of the reserve.

# Periyar National Park, Kerala

Named after the Periyar river, this national park is one of the magnificent natural firmaments on the High Ranges of Western Ghats. The park is home to a wealth of rare, widespread, and endangered flora and fauna. It is also the ultimate basin of various rich tribal settlements. Groups of gaur, sambhar, wild boar, and elephants are very common during the safari. Indian otters are an astounding view you can catch if you are lucky during the summer times.

# Sunderbans National Park, West Bengal

Spread over 10,000 km2 of dense forest and several water bodies, the national park is known to feature the world’s largest area of mangrove forests. You can find some of the rarest or endangered species in the park, including tigers, aquatic mammals, birds and reptiles. Located at the mouth of the Ganges and Brahmaputra Rivers, its forest and waterways back a wide series of' fauna including a number of species threatened with destruction.

# Bandipur National Park, Karnataka

Bandipur National Park is the biggest protected wildlife region in Southern India and boasts of the largest territory of wild elephants in South Asia. The park is world-known for an extensive range of creatures such as Tigers, Gaur, Sambhar, Chital, Mouse deer, Four-horned antelope, Wild dogs, Wild boar, Jackal, Sloth bear, Panther, Malabar squirrel, Porcupines and the black-knapped hare. The entire region comes under the Nilgiri Biosphere Reserve which is one of the widest spread territories in India protected forests.

# Gir National Park, Gujarat

Located in the Junagadh district of Gujarat, Gir National Park was declared as a National park in 1975. The primary attraction in the Gir National Park is Asiatic Lions. Apart from this, various kinds of wild animals, birds, reptiles can be discovered here. The geography of Gir supports semi-evergreen and evergreen flora, acacia, thicket jungle, plateaus, valleys, savannahs, secluded hills and rocks.

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