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Have You Visited the Top Five Wildlife Safaris of India?
The attributes such as temperate dry flatlands, dry hot deserts, rugged cold mountains, damp soggy marshes, rainy river plains, and lilting alpine meadows are some that attract tourists from all across the globe. The exotic flora and fauna of India are also attractive features. For wildlife enthusiasts, here are the top 5 best Wildlife Safaris in India.
Sundarbans National Park (West Bengal)
The Sundarbans, spread over an area of 10,000 sq km, is the world’s largest tidal mangrove forest. This is located between India and Bangladesh in the delta of the Bay of Bengal. The network of waterways makes this national accessible via boat. Sundarbans National Park provides shelter to the popular 500 Royal Bengal Tigers. Apart from this, the national park is also popular for providing natural habitat to the populations of snakes and crocodiles. If lucky enough, you might also spot Gangetic River Dolphin in the river.
Gir National Park and Wildlife Sanctuary (Gujarat)
Gir National Park is the only place in the world where wildlife enthusiasts could spot the Asiatic Lion. In the park, the visitors could also spot mammals such as Striped Hyenas, Four Horned Antelopes, Nilgai, Sloth Bears, Golden Jackals, and a lot more. Additionally, Gir National Park and Wildlife Sanctuary is also a paradise for bird lovers as they could spot Woodpeckers, Eagles, Owls, and Quails.
Kanha National Park (Madhya Pradesh)
The Bamboo & Sal forests, ravines, and grassy meadows of Kanha inspired Rudyard Kipling and the same could be seen in his popular novel ‘The Jungle Book’. The national provides a natural habitat for various endangered and conserved species of animals and birds. The Kanha National Park is popular for providing shelter to the majestic Barasingha. The visitors could also spot a significant population of Mongoose, Langurs, Bengal Tigers, Jungle Fowls, Sloths, Peacocks, Panthers, Hyenas, etc.
Jim Corbett National Park (Uttarakhand)
Jim Corbett National Park, located in Uttarakhand, is sprawled over an area of 1318 sq km. The Bengal Tigers are the main source of attraction of this national. Here, the visitors could easily spot Sambars, Peacock, Hog Deer, Langur Monkey, Chital, Barking Deer, Wild Elephant, Rhesus Macaque, etc. Apart from this, the parks also provide shelter to significant populations of Gharials, Wild Boars, Crocodiles, Monitor Lizards, Jackals, Panthers, etc. Jim Corbett National Park is also a paradise for bird lovers as the park provides a natural habitat for almost 600 species of birds, including both native and migratory.
Ranthambore National Park (Rajasthan)
To make the visit of the guests exhilarating, Jeep and open minibus safaris are organized. These safaris help the visitors to enjoy the undulating terrain of the parks and also spot animals in their natural habitat. Apart from a huge population of Tigers, the guests could also spot Wild Boars, Chitals, Hyenas, Leopards, Peacocks, Sambhars, Sloth Bears, etc.