Top Places for Wildlife Safari in India
India is best known for wildlife sanctuaries, the flying birds, elephants, tigers, etc. it is always being a delightful experience of watching the natural beauty of wildlife, their natural habitats is a speculating experience for all the wildlife photographers.
While India is known to be one of the best tourist destinations in the world, tourist all across the globe are attracted to India because of its unique cultural & geographical features of which wildlife is one.
India is having approximately about more than 200 wildlife sanctuaries & about half a number of them are classified to be national parks. So here we will discuss some of the top places for wildlife safaris in India as follows.
1. Jim Corbett National Park, Uttarakhand
Since, 1936, when the journey began, it was known to be Asia’s very first national park. It was imposed for protecting Bengal tigers and in the year 1974, it was established as the tiger reserve under project tiger. And still the project is under the process of making a big house of tiger.
Jim Corbett National park is named after the famous wildlife story writer Jim Corbett, the beauty & wilderness of this park attracts wildlife enthusiasts from various parts of the world.
Jim Corbett National Park is also shown in many of the wild life documentary films, the primary reason for which is to spread awareness towards the stunning Bengal tigers. Also, it is said the lucky wild life enthusiast may also find a white tiger, very rarely seen.
2. Bandipur National Park, Karnataka
The most famous national park in South India, it is known to be home to several other endangered species & elephants. Bandipur National Park Safari offers maximum sighting as compared to other wildlife sanctuaries in India.
It is one of the beautiful sanctuaries because of its varied flora & fauna, fauna includes leopards, wild dogs, sloth bears, and herbivorous like elephants, guards, barking dears, and also a rare bird species known as vultures.
3. Keoladeo Ghana National Park, Rajasthan
Formerly known as Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary, Keoladeo Ghana National Park is one of the world’s most important birds breeding & feeding place.
This heaven of birds is listed as the World’s Heritage Site by UNESCO in the year 1985. Keoladeo National Park is having about 370 species of birds & animals like basking pythons, painted storks, deer, nilgai & more.
Noted ornithologist & naturalist Salim Ali, used his influence to garner the government for supporting Keoladeo National Park.
From the news sources, it is also known to be one of the major wintering areas for a large number of aquatic birds from Afghanistan, Siberia, Turkmenistan, and China.
4. Kaziranga National Park, Assam
Located in Assam has the highest density of royal tigers in the world. The park also hosts two-third of the world’s great one-horned rhinoceros.
Attractions of the Kaziranga National Park is not only the one-horned rhinoceros or tigers, apart from that the national park promises an adventure the tourist will never forget, which is watching the three giant herbivorous, called the Asiatic elephant, the swamp deer, and the Asiatic water buffaloes.
Kaziranga National Park is known to be one of the most attracted national parks in the world.
A safari to all the above mentioned with their importance wildlife places will ensure a great experience to the wildlife tourists.