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Wildlife Parks in India

“Jungle”—the Hindi word for wilderness in India—was adopted into the English language, and over time has come to denote lush, tropical forests everywhere. Yet India’s diverse wilderness areas encompass far more. In addition to rainforests, they include moist and dry deciduous forests, thorn forests, deserts, mangroves, grasslands, and coniferous forests in the Himalayas, not to mention a variety of freshwater and marine habitats. India’s diverse landscapes are home to numerous threatened and critically endangered species, including the Asiatic lion, Asian elephant, tiger, white-rumped vulture, Asian one-horned rhinoceros, and water buffalo. Many species of deer, antelopes, wild dogs, cats, and bears also live here. There is a vast and diverse array of reptiles, amphibians, and birds, some of which are still unknown to science. The hunger of finding such species and to see the rare gifts of nature, attracts tourist to come and visits this side of India. The Bandhavgarh National Park, in Madhya Pradesh, Ranthambhore National Park & Sariska Tiger Reserve in Rajathan, Jim Corbett National Park in the North and Sundarbans in West Bengal are few parks which are quite popular with overseas travelers.

North India Wildlife Parks

Jim Corbett National Park

Dibru-Saikhowa National Park

Keoladeo National Park

 

East India Wildlife Parks

Jaldapara National Park

Kaziranga National Park

 

Central India Wildlife Parks

Bandhavgarh National Park

Kanha National Park

 

South India Wildlife Parks

Bandipur National Park

 

West India Wildlife Parks

Blackbuck National Park, Velavadar

Desert National Park

Gir Forest National Park


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Wildlife Parks in India

“Jungle”—the Hindi word for wilderness in India—was adopted into the English language, and over time has come to denote lush, tropical forests everywhere.

 

 

Adventure Tours India

India is the land of diversity and caters to all tourists who are looking for adventure activities during their visit to India.