Where to Explore Wildlife in India

Tiger in RanthamboreIndia has one of the most diverse and vibrant wildlife in the world. The mammoth mountain ranges in the north or the marshy lands in the east plays home to a large number of wildlife conservative parks and sanctuaries. You don’t need to book a limo service to explore the best of India’s abundant wildlife due to its landscape. The country plays home to a vast array of eco-zones including deserts, tropical and temperate forests, mountains, plains and island archipelagos.

When looking forward to exploring rich India’s wildlife, here are the top places to visit.


Ranthambore National Park

Ranthambore National Park is located in Rajasthan and was a previous hunting ground for the Maharajas. It is now a wildlife conservation park is well known for its vibrant Tiger trails and bird watching tours. This park is located on a three hour’s drive from Jaipur. At this park, there are lots of things you can do while seeing species such as tigers, hyenas, leopards, Indian Foxes, Jungle Cats and a wide range of other birds.


Sunderbans National Park

The Sunderbans National Park is located in West Bengal, a park with marshy lands and dense mangroves. The park spreads over 54 islands extending to neighboring Bangladesh. You can get to Sunderbans from Kolkata, from about 95km. On this park, you can go on a tiger trail and see the various watchtowers on the crocodile park. Visiting this park will make you also see the Royal Bengal Tiger, bull sharks, snakes, primates, and dolphins.


Gir National Park

The Gir National Park is located in Gujarat and is well renowned for its amazing Asiatic lions. The park is synonymous with these lions. Visitors who would love to have fun enjoying exciting safaris and have a good look at the king of the jungle should head straight to Gir. You can get to this park from the closest city which is Junagadh. A railway station connects the park to bigger cities such as Ahmedabad.


Bannerghatta Biological Park

Bannerghatta Biological Park is found at Karnatakajust at the outskirts south of Bangalore. This park hosts a zoo, a tiger park, an elephant sanctuary and a butterfly park. 22km from Bengaluru city, you can access Bannerghatta. Species available in this park include leopards, spotted deer, tigers, barking deer, snakes, and butterflies. Apart from these listed parks, there are many other good ones to visit as India is a very expansive country. Historians and travelers flock to this country to experience the rich wild habitat and exotic animals.

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