Tiger in Ranthambore National Park
The wildlife attractions of India are huge and worth
appreciating. Numerous rare and endangered species of animals, birds
and reptiles can be found in the country. The marine life is equally
interesting as well. The tigers, rhinoceros, elephants, black bucks,
lions, cobras and peacocks are the prime wildlife attractions in the
country. Apart from these, there are other wildlife species too that
have commanding presence in the forest areas of the country. A
wildlife trip to India will allow you a close encounter with all these
marvellous wildlife species.
See these animals roaming around safely in their natural habitat on a jeep, on the back of an elephant and camel or from a boat. Also, explore the interiors with the help of your guide to discover the vividness of the flora which provide shelter and food to these animals. All these are so unique and interesting in themselves that you will be forced to revisit the wildlife regions time and again.
There was a point of time in history when many wildlife species were on a brink of extinction. However, off late, the government and the people have awakened to the looming danger over the existence of these wildlife species and have brought them under the protection programmes. Conscious efforts have been made in this direction and on your wildlife trip to India, you will realise the extent to which they have been successful.
National Park - Uttaranchal
Periyar Sanctuary - Kerala
Ranthambore Park- Rajasthan
Bharatpur Birds - Rajasthan
Bandhavgarh - Madhya Pradesh
Nanda Devi Wildlife - Uttaranchal
Kanha Wildlife - Madhya Pradesh
Sunderbans Wildlife - West Bengal
Rajaji National Park - Uttaranchal
Valley Of Flowers - Uttaranchal
Himalayan Park - Himachal
Suketi Park - Himachal Pradesh
Kumarakom Sanctuary - Kerala
Wayanad Sanctuary- Kerala
Desert National Park- Rajasthan
Sariska Sanctuary- Rajasthan
Namdapha - Arunachal Pradesh
Gir National Park - Gujarat
Kaziranga National Park
Manas National Park
Major Wildlife Regions
Jammu And Kashmir
Andaman And Nicobar
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