Famous wildlife destinations in India: Hear the roar

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The Sunderbans Royal Bengal is the largest protected area of Tiger
The Sunderbans Royal Bengal is the largest protected area of Tiger

New Delhi : If you are a lover of animals and planning a holiday in exotic location, then wildlife forest would be the best place to visit. The lush greenery, chirping birds, colourful animals will let you feel close to Mother Nature. To help you experience best of tours in forests amidst animals, we have sorted out some famous wildlife destinations which are must-visit.

  • Jim Corbett National Park

In Jim Corbett National Park you will get a chance to see Bengal Tiger. Being the India's oldest National Park, you will come across other animals like Leopard, Sambhar, Himalal Black Bear, Hog Deir and all such animals while taking a jungle safari. Walking through the narrow lanes you will find the Kosi River located in close vicinity. Garjia Devi temple on the bank of the river will bless you with holy smoke.

  • Kaziranga National Park

It is the only park in India where you will find a horny rhinoceros. While you make a visit to Kaziranga National Park you can enjoy Assam’s greenery dotted in the form of tea gardens 

  • Gir Forest National Park

Those who have keen interest to watch the tiger roaring high should visit the Gir National Park. From tiger to lion to nilgai, the park is an unusual hub for animals. However, it is advisable not to go in monsoon season since the park remains closed during rainy days. Any time between October to June is the best time to visit.

  • Sunderbans National Park

Known for mangrove jungle, the Sunderbans Royal Bengal is the largest protected area of Tiger. Besides tigers it is a hub for special kinds of birds and reptiles. If you visit here then you should definitely enjoy the park view by sitting on local boat. To inform you, Sundarbans is the largest delta park in the world, spread over 10,200 sq km in India and Bangladesh. 

  • Bandhavgarh National Park

Surrounded by 32 hills, Bandhavgarh Park is a haven for wild animals. It is situated in the Umaria district of Madhya Pradesh. While you watch the extra-ordinary animals loitering around, you will love to check the architectural excellence of two thousand year old fort in the Bandhavgarh hill. Forest official record states that there are 22 species of animals and 250 species of birds found in this park. 

  • Nagarhole National Park

Nagarhole National Park in Mysore is a place to see the colourful birds and Asian elephants which especially warms up the park in monsoon season. It was once a hunting site for the kings of Mysore, but now is a declared protected area.