Not every wildlife safari experience needs to be experienced in Kenya when India has it all. You can hear the roar of the Bengal Tiger and the sunbathing of alligators Because home has it all! So quit underestimating India and explore its beastly wildlife. Here are Top 5 wildlife sanctuaries.
Kaziranga Wildlife Sanctuary, Assam
The Kaziranga National Park in Assam famously known for the conservation of endangered species in the categories of wild animals. This sanctuary is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site.Situated in Golaghat and Nagaon district of Assam. One can find a one-horned Rhino. The Sanctuary was mainly a tiger reserve it wouldn’t be a surprise if you spot tigers in this region quite easily. Other wildlife that thrives is swamp deer, wild water buffalo, Indian Gaur, Leopard, etc
Bandhavgarh National Park, Madhya Pradesh
Situated in Madhya Pradesh, an attractive place to enjoy the lush greenery of the dense forest and variety in wildlife. The elephant and jeep Safari offering an incredible once in a lifetime experience.Spot exotic creatures like the Royal Bengal tigers, white tigers, Gray Mongoose, Sloth Bear, Nilgai, Sambar, Deer, Leopard, Jungle cat and much more. The landscape is equally exhilarating along with the wildlife. Follow the guide, stay quiet and not make any rapid movements says the guidebook. For an adventure, thrill takes an elephant safari instead of a jeep safari.
Corbett National Park, Uttarakhand
Located at the foothills of Himalayan, the Jim Corbett National park has footfalls of many tourists and enthusiasts. One can enjoy night stays apart from the jeep safaris. Also the oldest national park of India to protecting the Bengal tigers. This is a well-managed wildlife sanctuary spread across 521 sq.kms. This park is perfect for adventure geeks, bird watchers, and nature enthusiasts.
Ranthambore National Park, Rajasthan
Situated in Madhopur District of Rajasthan is utterly majestic with a stunning combination of nature and wildlife inviting tourists from every part of the world. It is an interesting wildlife sanctuary in India, surrounded by the Banas and Chambal River. The view to watch animals is from the Vindhya and Aravalli hill junction. The park spreads across an area of 400 sq Km. Various water bodies situated here along with the unique mix of nature and wildlife engages the visitors throughout the year.
Sundarbans National Park, West Bengal
Known for the biggest mangrove forests in the world, along with a biosphere and tiger reserve offering an exotic view of collaboration between nature and wildlife. A famous wildlife sanctuaries were wildlife and nature are in utter harmony. Largely populated with Bengal Tigers, one can also spot a variety of reptiles like the saltwater crocodile and various species of birds. The total population of the tigers is 400.The natural and serene beauty of the jungle is appealing. The main catch of the sanctuary is the endangered species found in the bio reserve like the Olive Ridley, King crabs, Turtles, Batagur Baska, etc.