The chirping of the birds have faded away amid the noise of the horns and the green heavens have faded away amidst the tall concrete buildings. Now we are craving to see the greenery, animals, and the birds chirping as we have forgotten that all these things ever existed around us. So to make you again live the moment we have come out with this blog where we will uncover the top 10 wildlife sanctuaries in India which must be given a visit with the best and affordable tours and travels agency.
- Ranthambore National Park, Rajasthan
The Ranthambore National Park is spread over 1,334 square kilometers and is the Royal home to the royals themselves- Tigers. The royal animal is the center attraction of the park and to the wildlife photographers. The wild cats come out of their den to enjoy the warmth of the desert. Other wildlings that attract the people are Sloth Bears, Wild Boars, Sambar, and many more.
- Bandhavgarh National Park, Madhya Pradesh
Bandhavgarh National Park is famous for the majestic Royal Bengal Tigers. It is considered to be one of the best wildlife sanctuaries in India as the environment is protected and various wild beings are living here. When the kings ruled India, it was the haunting ground for the royals.
- Sasan-Gir Wildlife Sanctuary, Gujarat
Sasan-Gir Wildlife Sanctuary can be best explored on a Jeep safari because the wild animals especially the king of the jungle- Lion makes this place fearful if explored without Jeep. Apart from lions, we can also see leopards, the Jackals, striped Hyenas, and India Fox. The forest is the home for also several birds and reptiles.
- Kaziranga National Park, Assam
UNESCO World Heritage Site- Kaziranga National Park is spread over 429.69 square kilometers and is home to the largest population of One Horned Rhinoceros in the world. Apart from rhinos, bears, elephants, panthers, bears, and different birds wander around the landscape of the park.
- Kanha National Park, Madhya Pradesh
Kanha- popularised by Rudyard Kipling as the Mowgli land inspired the classic- The Jungle Book. The Park Bears, Black Panther, Elephants, Pythons, and the Bengal Tiger resides in the park. It is the home for around 125 tigers that dots the scenery of the park.
- Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary, Kerala
Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary gives a lush environment for its habitants and is spanned across 192,000 acres. Many tigers can be seen along with various birds and the park is famous for its tropical species. To enjoy the view of the animals closely like the elephants, one can also boat around the park.
- Manas Wildlife Sanctuary, Assam
UNESCO World Heritage site- Manas Wildlife Sanctuary is a Project Tiger Reserve which is situated at the border of Bhutan and Assam i.e. a four-hour drive from Kaziranga. One can enjoy the jeet tours, elephant rides, and raft excursions on the water. Different variety of wildlife can be seen in the sanctuary which includes endangered species such as the tiger, Indian rhinoceros, pygmy hog, and Indian elephant.
- Sundarbans National Park, West Bengal
In the Sundarbans National Park, you will see the rarest thing while traveling around the mangroves i.e. the tiger swimming in the water. Spanned across 4624 sq km, the park is home to different birds, reptiles, and the salt-water crocodile. Apart from the Royal Bengal Tiger, you can also see the Fishing Cats, Leopard Cats, Macaques, Wild Boar, and Indian Grey Mongoose roaming in the park in large numbers.
- Tadoba National Park, Maharashtra
To enjoy the lake, forests, and hills all together then Tadoba is the best wildlife place in India to visit. The lake is so mesmerizing that it is the center of attraction of the place. It is the home for Tigers, Hyenas, Barking Deer, Gaur, Leopards to name a few.
- Satpura National Park, Madhya Pradesh
Satpura National Park is a dense jungle and is considered to be the perfect home for the wild animals to flourish. Some of the animals that can be spotted there are Leopards, Spotted Deer, Black Buck, Sloth Bear, Four Horned Antelopes, Sambar, Porcupine, and Smooth Otter.
So don’t forget to carry a camera along with you while traveling the wildlife sanctuaries in India.