India’s wild jungles and forests are home to more than 3000 species of wild animals and more than 4000 species of flora and fauna. Wildlife safari tours in India offer unforgettable adventures and opportunities to explore the natural beauty and exotic landscapes of the Indian jungle. India has the most diverse collection of wildlife. There are different national parks and bid reserves all over the country that keep tourists coming. India’s famous tiger sanctuary is a major attraction for both Indian and foreign tourists.
Corbett Park is famous for its wonderful scenery, and the famous Sal forest can provide exotic Indian wildlife tours. The park shares two districts of Uttaranchal – Nainital and Pauri. Corbett Park is famous for Bengal tigers and Asian elephants. In addition to this, the 600 bird species Corbett is one of the richest bird areas in India. Other creatures in Corbett National Park include the Himalayan palm civet, common otter, Indian grey mongoose, black-bellied hares, two crocodiles – Gharial and Mugger, porcupines, leopards, sloth bears and more. A large number of felines, such as ocelots, fishing cats and jungle cats, are also there to entertain visitors.
Another popular national park is Ranthambore Park in eastern Rajasthan. The park has a rich and diverse flora and fauna. The Ranthambore Tiger Reserve is home to approximately 36 tigers and 40 tigers. In addition to tigers, sloth bears, wild boars, porcupines, jungle cats, chinkala, jackals, sambals, nilgais, gazelles, meerkats and plenty of birds. Kanha National Park in Madhya Pradesh is a famous tiger sanctuary in India. 175 bird species, about 22 mammal species, bison, the largest Indian deer, the largest cattle in the world, sambal and chausingha are the treasures of Kanha National Park. This is the only park in the world where four-horned antelope can be found.
Kaziranga Park is home to the giant one-horned rhino that dominates the rhino. Other animals add extra flair to this famous national park in eastern India, including Indian elephants, tigers, jackals, wild boars, pythons, wild buffalo, Indian bison, leopards, jungle cats, hog deer, sloth bears, and more. In addition, Kaziranga National is home to some of the major bird species such as the Eastern Honey Bustard, Brahman Kite, Black-shouldered Kite, Pallas Fishing Eagle, Grey-headed Fishing Eagle, Himalayan Griffon and more. They also live with a large number of migratory birds. Lake in winter park. The Sundarbans National Park, one of the largest deltas in the world, is a great place for a wildlife safari in India. The mangroves and Sundarbans Wildlife Sanctuary attract tourists from all over the world. The Sundarbans have 270 Royal Bengals. Another notable forest in India is Bandhavgarh Park and Bandhavgarh Wildlife Sanctuary. This national park is famous for its tiger population. Elephant safari is the best option to discover the true nature of this forest.
Apart from these famous national parks, bird sanctuaries and tiger sanctuaries; there are more than 100 other national parks that contribute to Indian wildlife. Some names worth mentioning are Bandipur National Park. All the parks are unique in their own way and have a great variety, both in terms of plants and wildlife. All parks are unique and make a valuable contribution to making India home to the world’s most diverse wildlife.