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					Wildlife in India -Know About Important National Parks and Wildlife Sanctuaries
Indian country has rich collection of flora and fauna. The country is a perfect place for nature and
wildlife lovers. There are many world-famous national parks and sanctuaries located across the
country. Vacationers can explore several loving creatures and variety of flora at these wildlife
reserves. Some important national park and sanctuaries in India are following.

Jim Corbett National Park, it is located in Nainital district in the state of Uttarakhand. It is the oldest
national park in India founded by the naturalist Jim Corbett. The park is boasted by the remarkable
beauty of nature. It is the natural habitat of royal Bengal tigers. Its topography comprises lush green
forests areas, beautiful hill peaks, valleys, lakes and grasslands. The place is admired by nature and
wildlife lovers alike.

Being one the highest tiger density regions across the world, the Kaziranga is a popular national park
located in Golaghat and Nagaon districts of Assam. It is also a World Heritage Site and home of more
than two-third populations of rare one-horned rhinos. Its rare collection of wildlife attracts vacationers
from all over the world.

Sunderbans National Park is huge and popular wildlife reserve located at Sunderbans, the world’s
largest delta among the world’s largest mangrove forests in the state of West Bengal. It is the major
reserve of royal Bengal Tigers in India. Variety of birds, reptiles including salt water crocodile are the
other attractions of this reserve. Boat ride is the only way to explore this amazing nature world that
makes it more exciting.

Ranthambore National Park located in Sawai Madhopur district of Rajasthan is the finest tiger reserve
in India. It is the home of large population of tigers. Wildlife enthusiasts visit this park from across the
world for sightseeing of tigers. November and May are the two ideal months to visit this park when
sightseeing of tigers becomes common.

Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary also known as Keoladeo National Park is the finest bird reserve in India
located in Bharatpur town of Rajasthan. It is often referred as the bird watchers’ paradise. The
protected area is home of variety of land and water bird species. It also receives migratory birds in
large population in winter season.

Bandhavgarh National Park is located in Umaria district of Madhya Pradesh on Vindhyan Mountain
ranges in Central India. The park is well known for high tiger density. White tigers can be also spotted
inside this national park. Elephant and Jeep safaris are the most ideal ways to explore the wildlife of
Bandhavgarh Reserve.

Gir National Park, located in the state of Gujarat in Central India is one of the most popular national
parks of the country. It is located amid dense forest areas. The reserve is the only home of Asiatic
Loins in Asian continent. There are several rivers flow through the parks made it ideal habitat for wide
range of wildlife species.

Periyar National Park is one of the finest wildlife reserves in South India located in Idukki district of
Kerala. The park is placed amid Cardamom Hills and Pandalam Hills on Western Ghats. Wildlife
collection and natural beauty of Periyar both equally attract visitors. It is well known for good
population of tigers and wild elephants.

These are the most wonderful spots to enjoy the best of wildlife in India. There are many more
equally attractive destinations also available around the country. One can plan their India Wildlife
Tours according to the interests.

				
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Description: Jim Corbett National Park, it is located in Nainital district in the state of Uttarakhand. It is the oldest national park in India founded by the naturalist Jim Corbett.