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Bandhavgarh National Park Famous for Tigers,Leopards
Bandhavgarh National Park
Description Watch the star tigers which feature in international wildlife documentaries in real at Bandhavgarh National Park. Sandstone mountains, thick sal and bamboo forests and the existence of centuries-old Bandhavgarh Fort and fascinating caves make it one of the most visited wildlife reserves in India. Join a spectacular jeep safari ride and also explore
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Highlights
  • Largest Density of Tiger Population.
  • Largest breeding population of leopards and various species of deer.
Kaziranga National Park Assam Famous for Indian one-horned Rhino
Kaziranga National Park Assam
Description A World Heritage Site, an Important Bird Area and among the world’s finest biodiversity hotspots, Kaziranga National Park is a dream destination for every wildlife lover. With the world’s largest populations of great one-horned rhinoceros, wild buffaloes and swamp deer and highest densities of Bengal tigers and Asian elephants, it is a splendid for
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Highlights
  • The Park has a total area of 429 sq. km.
  • famous for the density of Indian one-horned rhinoceros
  • Kaziranga park has achieved notable success in wildlife conservation in world
Manas National Park Famous for its Wild water buffallo
Manas National Park
Description UNESCO recognized Manas National Park as a World Heritage Site and a Biosphere Reserve. The park gained limelight as a part of the prestigious Project Tiger and Project Elephant and is home to many endangered species. Fed by River Manas, the extraordinary treasures of Manas can be explored in jeep or on elephant or boat and also through memorable n
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Highlights
  • Manas Wildlife Sanctuary is UNESCO Natural World Heritage site
  • The name of the park is came from the beautiful Manas River, that passes through in the middle of the national park.
  • Huge density of wild water buffallo
Nameri National Park Famous for, is the herds of elephants
Nameri National Park
Description Watch the herds of elephants roaming fearlessly and feast your eyes on the magnificence of Bengal tigers, leopards, sambar and other endangered species. Nameri National Park at the foothills of Eastern Himalayas is full of highlights like white winged wood duck and a variety of turtles. Enjoy angling, trekking and rafting apart from remarkable wild
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Highlights
  • Best knows as aIndia's birder's paradise with over 300 species of birds.
  • More than 30 species of major Mammals.
  • Nameri National Park is llocated in the Sonitpur District of Assam, India
Bandipur National Park Famous for the great Asian elephants
Bandipur National Park
Description Dotted with sandalwood, rosewood, teak and many other tree species and home to tigers, elephants, sloth bear and many other wild creatures, Bandipur enjoys proximity to the popular tourist destinations of Mysore and Ooty. As a part of the Nilgiri Biosphere Reserve, the park boasts of extreme tropical splendour, mist-covered hills, meandering rivers
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Highlights
  • This park is situated in Mysore and Chamarajanagar districts of Karnataka state, India
  • Bandipur sanctuary is one of the most beautiful evvironmental national park of India.
  • The north area of the park is covered by the Kabini river while the so
Nagarhole National Park Famous for the elephant sand Tiger
Nagarhole National Park
Description Lush green forest canopies, chirping streams, sprawling valleys and the presence of tigers, elephants, sloth bear, dhole, leopard and Indian bison! Nagarhole National Park is fabulous in every respect. Explore the wealth of critically endangered birds and some exotic reptiles and surrender your senses to the abundance of greenery. Join memorable je
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Highlights
  • Nagarhole National Park is also known as Rajiv Gandhi National Park.
Gir National Park Famous for the Asiatic lion
Gir National Park
Description The earth’s last place where the majestic Asiatic lions roar in their natural habitat, Gir National Park promises the best of jungle safari experience in India. The rugged landscape and presence of leopard, desert cat, four-horned antelope and many other denizens is sure to overwhelm your senses. Don’t miss some great beaches and historical towns n
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Highlights
  • Gir national park is the home of majestic Asiatic lions
  • The park established in around 1965, and covered total area of 1412 km²
  • besides the Asiatic Lion, there is large population of Leopard and around 300 bird species.
Rajaji National Park Famous for leopard and Elephant
Rajaji National Park
Description Sheltered by the lusciously green Shivalik Hills, Rajaji National Park is washed by River Ganga and boasts of verdant foliage, magnificent flowering plants and colourful butterflies and birds. The top attraction is the herds of Asiatic elephants while animals like leopards, sloth bear, Himalayan black bear, goral and sambar are also spotted frequen
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Pench National Park famous for large herds of Gaur,Cheetal, sambar
Pench National Park
Description Rudyard Kipling chose Pench’s overpowering settings as the backdrop for his classic Jungle Book. The park is a celebrated home to Bengal tigers, sloth bear, black panthers, hyenas, jackals, pythons and all other entertaining characters which amazed your childhood. Other attractions include scores of bird species and the attractive ghost trees. Expl
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Highlights
  • Pench National Park is especially famous for Indian Bison, Sambar, Cheetal,, Wild Dog and Neelgai and Wild Pig.
  • Over 285 species of birds found in park including the Indian Pitta, Osprey, Malabar Pied Hornbill, White-eyed Buzzard.
Tadoba National Park Famous for best tiger reserve in Maharashtra
Tadoba National Park
Description With the greatest chances of spotting tigers in wild among all famous national parks of India, Tadoba is where the visitors are stunned to explore beautiful hill and valleys, rivers, lakes and wetlands and meadows, woodlands, bamboos forests and other striking natural facets. Enjoy outstanding safari trips in jeeps and on elephants to explore leopa
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Highlights
  • Tadoba is one of the largest National Parks in Maharashtra open from 15-Oct to 30-June
  • This tiger reserve coverd with area of 625 km²
Top 10 wildlife sanctuaries in india
Top 10 wildlife sanctuaries in india
Top 10 wildlife sanctuaries in india
Top 10 wildlife sanctuaries in india