Survival expert Bear Grylls famous for hosting the most popular television show, Man Vs Wild. The Man Vs Wild expert Bear Grylls has never visited to India so far but he love to visit India, especially Calcutta region jungle swamp. Here is the top reason and places in India for Man Vs Wild expert Bear Grylls.
Greater Himalayas of India is the highest range of Himalaya and the region is responsible for providing water to a large part of the Indian subcontinent. Indian Himalayan Region spans ten states of India from Jammu Kashmir to Arunachal Pradesh and some of the highest mountains on earth are found in the region.
The Western Ghats is a world heritage site and sometimes called the Great Escarpment of India. Western Ghats is one of the eight hottest hot-spots of biological diversity in the world,runs parallel to the western coast of the India. The Western Ghats are home to thousands of animal species and serve as important wildlife corridors for Indian elephants.
The Sundarbans is world’s largest single block of tidal halophytic mangrove forest and is the largest reserves for the Bengal tiger. Sundarbans swamp and mangrove forest lies in the vast delta on the Bay of Bengal and listed among the finalists in the New Seven Wonders of Nature.
North East India is a paradise unexplored and the remote forest are considered to be one of the most important Eco-region of the world. Northeast Indian forest are most challenging regions of the country and supports some of the highest bird diversities.
Andaman and Nicobar are home to some of the most beautiful islands and some of the most beautiful beaches as well. The Islands are home to the only known Paleolithic people and host varieties of forest mammals and marine life.
Great Indian Desert is the world’s 17th largest desert extends in the Aravalli Hills. The region is a haven for wildlife such as Blackbuck,Chinkara and other species, which are fast vanishing in other parts of India.
Land of valleys and mountain passes of Ladakh is home to the highest motorable passes such as Khardungla pass and Nubra valley, the high altitude cold desert. Nubra Valley and Ladakh has four major mountain ranges,situated in the north of Leh district.
Great Rann of Kutch is a picturesque white dessert and reputed to be one of the largest salt deserts in the world. Rann of Kutch is a seasonal salt marsh situated in the district of Kutch and the region is one of the hottest areas of India.
Spiti Mountain Valley is a desert mountain valley,located high in the Himalaya mountains of north-eastern part of Himachal Pradesh. Lahaul and Spiti valley is typical mountain desert area with natural scenery,Buddhist monasteries and blessed with the Fauna of snow leopards,Himalayan Brown Bear and Musk Deer.
The Narmada River Basin is the fifth longest river in the Indian subcontinent and largest west flowing river that flows entirely within India. Narmada River originate from Amarkantak forest and flows through the slopes of the Satpura Hills then into the Arabian.
Eastern Ghats and Eastern Coastal Plains of India is a wide stretch of landmass and range of mountains. The Eastern Ghats mountain ranges run parallel to the Bay of Bengal and Coastal Plains host the largest salt water lake in India. Ghats and range is home to a large and endemic fauna such as Indian golden gecko,mugger crocodile, endangered Indian rock python and big Four Indian venomous snakes.
Brahmaputra River is an important river of India that creates vast Delta with Ganges. The Brahmaputra river valley has the largest river island in the world and also the smallest river island along with wildlife habitat Kaziranga National Park in middle of Assam which is home to largest population Indian Elephant, Wild Water Buffalo and highest density of Indian Rihno and Bengal Tigers.
Nilgiri mountains or Blue Mountains are part of the Nilgiri Biosphere Reserve and home to highest peak Doddabetta. The mountains along with surrounding environments are home to highest waterfalls,Tribal groups and over 100 species of mammals.