If you love wild animals, then you should once in your lifetime should visit a wildlife park.
If you love wildlife and want to know and understand them closely, then these holidays should make your visit to India’s beautiful wildlife gardens. Looking at the wild animals is always very encouraging to the mind. Because so far we have seen and understood all of them in the books. We have often been taught in the school about how mankind is dependent on nature and wildlife.
It is said that the animal world is an indicator of the environment and the flora and the fauna, if they are in trouble, then we should understand that our worst days are not far away. Therefore, the day we came to know and be warned that the animals left to save their environment.
Jim Corbett National Park, Uttarakhand
The first wildlife park of Uttarakhand India emerged as the first tiger reserve in Jim Corbett National Park in 1974. The oldest surviving sanctuary is famous around the world for unique species of cats, a different type of tigers and other wild species such as fishing cats, Himalayan tahr, zero, etc.
Ranthambore National Park, Rajasthan
Your visit to Rajasthan is incomplete till you visit the temples with the forts here. And both of these things will be found in Ranthambore National Park, which used to be the main place to hunt Indian kings in ancient times. It is also one of the oldest heritage of India. The tigers who live here give pose in front of the tourists’ camera. The park spreads to 392 square kilometers in the hills of Aravali and Vindhya. In the park, wild animals such as wild boar, chinkara, deer, jackal, leopard, wildcat and fox are found beside lions and leopards.
Sunderban National Park
Surrounded by the evergreen forest of Sunderbans National Park, is one of the global heritage declared by UNESCO. One of the global heritage means one of the most important places in the world. Have you ever seen a tiger floating? If no, then here you will see them floating. With the Tigers, floating and swimming all around in the water it will be your most interesting journey.
Kaziranga National Park, Assam
Kaziranga National Park of Assam is attractive, large and has wet plains, is home to more than 100 species of birds around the world. If you want to see a horny rhinoceros, then this is the place where you can see many, together with this special creature. This sanctuary is built very much in the beauty of nature, far away from mankind’s shelters. This cottage for elephants, bears, and leopards is one of UNESCO’s global heritage with rhinoceros.
Himalayan National Park, Himachal Pradesh
Himalayan National Park, located in Himachal Pradesh, is one of the global heritage declared by UNESCO and is also called the Great Himalayan National Park. This National Park was built in 1984, but in 1999, the park was declared a National Park. Various wildlife species are found in the Great Himalayan Gardens, such as musk deer, brown bears, goral, that, cheetah, barfar cheetah, filling, monal, tragopan, etc.
Khangchhetzonga National Park, Sikkim
Khangchendzaga National Park, Sikkim, is also one of the global heritage declared by UNESCO which was established in 1977. In this National Park, you can see wild boar, chinkara, deer, jackal, leopard, wildcat, sambhar, chital, Nilgai etc.
Gir National Park, Gujrat
Gujarat’s Gir National Park is the only place in India where Asian lions are found. With this unique species of lion, this garden is also home to about 32 types of mammalian animals, about 300 birds and about 26 species of reptiles.
Kanha National Park, Madhya Pradesh
This park has been found to be the largest number of tigers since the beginning, in 1973, under Project Tiger, 917.43 sq. Km area of this park has been declared a Tiger Reserve area. There are rare twelve singhs also found in this sanctuary which are not found anywhere else in the entire world. With this, more than 300 species of birds are also found in this sanctuary.
Dudva national park, Uttar Pradesh
Located in Lakhimpur Kheri district of Uttar Pradesh, this park has special significance in terms of tourism. The boundaries of this park are attached to Nepal. This garden was established in 1977. The largest tiger and reindeer of Uttar Pradesh is found in this park. Here there are five species of deer, in which the reindeers are the main. Apart from this, animals like tiger, leopard, panda, elephant, cheetah, panda, shrimp, Krishna antelope, Chouginga, Sambhar, Nilgai, wild dogs, wolf, hyena, cair, and fox are found here.
Bandhavgarh National Park, Madhya Pradesh
If you are passionate about photography, Bandhavgarh National Park is no less than a heaven for you. Here the castes of wild cats will be seen in different poses to click here for photos. Your visit here will be calm and charming.