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Wildlife Parks In India
Located in Vindhya Range, the national park is known
for high density of tiger population along with leopards and various species
A UNESCO World Heritage Site, Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary or
Keoladeo Ghana National Park is famous for its resident and migratory
Corbett National Park is famous worldwide for its flora and
fauna, which includes legendary tigers and leopards.
Gir is a sole natural habitat for Asiatic Lions in the world.
This forest is the only place outside Africa, where lions can be seen.
One of the best administered National Parks, Kanha Tiger
Reserve is known for its natural splendor including forests, grasslands and
A UNESCO World Heritage Site, Kaziranga National Park is
is the natural habitat of world's largest population of one-horned
Kumarakom bird sanctuary
Kumarakom Bird Sanctuary is an
ornithologist's paradise and a diamond in India's ecological crown and a
Panna National Park is nearest natural habitat of Royal
Bengal tigers nearest to Khajuraho. The other exclusive destination is
The inspiration behind Rudyard Kipling's The Jungle
Book, Pench National Park has a glorious history for its floral and
Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary is blessed with great scenic
charm and rich biodiversity with plentitude of floral, faunal and avifaunal
The only dry and deciduous Tiger reserve habitat in the
world, Ranthambore makes a picture perfect wildlife park.
Sariska is amongst rarest dry deciduous abode of tigers in
the world. It also has ruins of temples and pavilions.
Sundarbans National Park is the world's largest single
block of tidal mangrove forest. It is widely known for Royal Bengal tigers.
Dudhwa National Park
Dudhwa National Park is a tropical forests in
the foothills of the Himalayas. It is the largest and thickest tiger reserve
Manas national Park
A Project Tiger Reserve, an Elephant Reserve
and a Biosphere Reserve, Manas National Park is a UNESCO Natural World
Heritage (in danger) site.